Saga 105.7 FM

Saga 105.7fm was an independent local radio station broadcasting to the West Midlands of the United Kingdom.wikipedia
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Saga Radio Group

Saga Radio
Part of the Saga Radio Group, the station broadcast its programmes from its studios on the Hagley Road in Birmingham.

Roger Day

Roger "Twiggy" Day
Notable presenters who hosted shows for the station included Les Ross (who made his name locally with a long running breakfast show on BRMB), David Hamilton, Tony Brandon, Roger Day, Bev Bevan, and Sheila Tracy.
For some time after its inception in October 2001, Day was used as a relief breakfast show presenter, standing in for David Hamilton and Les Ross for Saga 105.7 FM in Birmingham.

Les Ross

Notable presenters who hosted shows for the station included Les Ross (who made his name locally with a long running breakfast show on BRMB), David Hamilton, Tony Brandon, Roger Day, Bev Bevan, and Sheila Tracy.
On Monday 6 January 2003, Ross took over from David Hamilton, on Birmingham's Saga 105.7 FM breakfast show.

David Hamilton (broadcaster)

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Notable presenters who hosted shows for the station included Les Ross (who made his name locally with a long running breakfast show on BRMB), David Hamilton, Tony Brandon, Roger Day, Bev Bevan, and Sheila Tracy.
In addition to this, in October 2001 he left Classic Gold and presented the breakfast show on Birmingham's Saga 105.7 FM before moving to Nottingham's Saga 106.6 FM in early 2003.

Independent Local Radio

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Saga 105.7fm was an independent local radio station broadcasting to the West Midlands of the United Kingdom.

West Midlands (region)

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Saga 105.7fm was an independent local radio station broadcasting to the West Midlands of the United Kingdom.

United Kingdom

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Saga 105.7fm was an independent local radio station broadcasting to the West Midlands of the United Kingdom.

Worcestershire

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As well as the West Midlands County, it also served surrounding areas such as Worcestershire, Staffordshire, and Warwickshire.

Staffordshire

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As well as the West Midlands County, it also served surrounding areas such as Worcestershire, Staffordshire, and Warwickshire.

Warwickshire

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As well as the West Midlands County, it also served surrounding areas such as Worcestershire, Staffordshire, and Warwickshire.

Birmingham

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Part of the Saga Radio Group, the station broadcast its programmes from its studios on the Hagley Road in Birmingham.

FM broadcasting

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Saga 105.7 FM was available locally on the FM frequency, as well as through DAB digital radio and online via a streaming service.

Digital Audio Broadcasting

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Saga 105.7 FM was available locally on the FM frequency, as well as through DAB digital radio and online via a streaming service.

Country music

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There were also special interest shows on genres such as Country and Western, Jazz, Big Band music and Rock and Roll.

Jazz

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There were also special interest shows on genres such as Country and Western, Jazz, Big Band music and Rock and Roll.

Big band

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There were also special interest shows on genres such as Country and Western, Jazz, Big Band music and Rock and Roll.

Rock and roll

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There were also special interest shows on genres such as Country and Western, Jazz, Big Band music and Rock and Roll.

Free Birmingham

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Notable presenters who hosted shows for the station included Les Ross (who made his name locally with a long running breakfast show on BRMB), David Hamilton, Tony Brandon, Roger Day, Bev Bevan, and Sheila Tracy.

Tony Brandon

Notable presenters who hosted shows for the station included Les Ross (who made his name locally with a long running breakfast show on BRMB), David Hamilton, Tony Brandon, Roger Day, Bev Bevan, and Sheila Tracy.

Bev Bevan

Beverley "Bev" Bevan
Notable presenters who hosted shows for the station included Les Ross (who made his name locally with a long running breakfast show on BRMB), David Hamilton, Tony Brandon, Roger Day, Bev Bevan, and Sheila Tracy.

Sheila Tracy

Notable presenters who hosted shows for the station included Les Ross (who made his name locally with a long running breakfast show on BRMB), David Hamilton, Tony Brandon, Roger Day, Bev Bevan, and Sheila Tracy.

GMG Radio

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Following GMG Radio's purchase of the Saga Radio Group in December 2006, it was announced that from March 2007, all Saga stations were to be rebranded as Smooth Radio.

Smooth West Midlands

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105.7 Smooth Radio was launched at 6am on Monday 26 March 2007.