The show will feature competitions each week alongside new albums, up and coming bands/artists and information on what's going on in Norwich each night.
Some of the things to watch out for on Drivetime include:
- "Listeners Drive Anthem" where you get to decide an anthem that you think should get rinsed on all five of the Drivetime shows.
- Theres also about a million more super features to listen to on your journey home.
This is all along with various interviews and segments across the week.
Dave and Confused with Andy Palmer, AKA Dave Helsdon and Oli Franzen and Bernard Stringer, wind you up for the weekend previewing the best drinking and live music Norwich has to offer.
To get you in the mood they'll be spinning the finest classic cuts of 60s soul, disco and driving rock. The lads also focus on the legends that have shaped their worlds but are denied the exposure they deserve on commercial radio. Expect to hear back-to-back tracks as well as the history and legends behind gods like Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones, Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder.
Film music and reviews with Eamonn Burgess and the Sight of Music Team If film soundtracks make you think of swirling strings and broadway musical numbers, then listen to this show. Words, music, sound effects and every genre of music feature in the cinema and this radio programme. The weirder and wilder the better. We also have regular updates of what's on at Norwich cinemas, brought to us by the people who work in them, and a host of other guests.
An hour dedicated to one listener; with 12 of their favourite songs and reasons why those songs mean so much to them. Please note it is helpful if you own the tracks on CD or the like so we can play them. Once we have recieved the form someone will endeavour to get in touch with you and discuss getting you to our studios to do the recordings!
Click here to submit your 12 favourite tracks and do your own show!
The Afternoon Session will showcase a wide variety of music new and old as well as featuring local bands
Platform is Future Radio's award nominated Creative Norfolk Radio Programme of the Year arts programme. The Sunday edition of the programme focuses on local arts and spoken word. Platform provides weekly coverage of local arts, music and cultural events taking place in the Norwich area.
In the Platform team are: