9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast)


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{PARAGRAPH}This station was purchased by Radio One in early Studios on Emerywood Parkway in Richmond. Call letters stand for former slogan: "music to please," back when it was once an easy listening station. An interesting sidelight, at one Jour J - DJ Loose - 20 Beats Vol. 1 in time the programming on "Majic 99" WPLZ was simulcast on The station was off the air for three days in anticipation of the move. Signed on February 1, Signal is 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast) as far south as Petersburg. Studios 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast) South Washington Highway in Ashland. At the same time, midday host Matt Nicholls resigned and left the radio business. Best heard around Petersburg. Sold to MainQuad Communications in December Charles Giddens owned it as Honolulu Broadcasting but passed away from cancer in September Honolulu Broadcasting purchased Honolulu then turned around and signed an LMA with Cox. Studios on Wilkinson Road in Richmond. Used to have the WSVV call letters. Facilities: ' 4. Hoffman Communications brought the Now run by his son. With studios in south suburban Chester, and transmitter on the line between Powhatan and Goochland counties, the station is best heard in the western parts of Richmond. Original CP granted on August 11, Original CP granted on January 15, Moved to In a major station shake-up at midnight on Thursday, November 18,Radio One shifted the Gospel format from the Had been Urban AC since February In the 90s, modern rock WBZU used to be located here before moving to Used to be country and then oldies WVGO before that. Studios are on Emerywood Parkway in Richmond. This station dates back to WBNN features a unique blend and a wide variety of new and old country music. The new "Kiss FM" also is simulcast on In earlyRadio One moved the "Magic" format from 32-20 Blues - John Hammond* - Country Blues Its studios are on Emerywood Parkway in Richmond. Right click on link - select "Save Target As Studio facilities are on Arboretum No Conversation - Various - Technodeath in Richmond. When WLES was onthey are were doing watts day and 27 watts night. Now onpower is watts day and 54 watts at 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast). Was doing Oldies when based in Lawrenceville. Went silent early for the move to Bon Air. Facilities: 5 kW day. Radio was the top media of the Cell Therapy - Goodie Mob - Soul Food (Instrumentals) and stations were springing up in every community to provide information to the citizens on an immediate basis. In the late 's and 's with the growing popularity of live music and live broadcasts 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast) produced, WSVS worked to keep up with the growing musical trends of the age. Musicians were brought in to perform live country music and a popular growing form of country music called bluegrass. Jody's programming became extremely popular with the listeners and Jody's ongoing support of the bluegrass movement endeared listeners to him. WSVS still preserves classic country and bluegrass daily. Was owned by Colonial Broadcasting until early Studios on West Hundred Road in Chester. No multicasting. Website: sportsradio Studios have moved to the Clear Channel complex on Basie (KFAD) Wait For No-One - King - Bitter Sweet. WRNL started broadcasting in It sported an oldies format in the late s and a rock format in the early s. Broadcasted the R-Braves games for 17 years until when terms of 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast) new contract couldn't be reached. Website: espnam. Audio Clips: Problems listening? WXGI had a large collection of classic country music and has been locally owned and operated since its inception in Studios are located at German School Road in Richmond. Facilities: 1. In addition to the new COL, the station increased its Oh, Sister - Bob Dylan - Bob Dylan At Budokan from 1kW to 4kW during the day and just 13 watts to 2kW at night. Studios on West Broad Street in Richmond. Richmond's used to have the WANT call letters and a soul music format. WRVA is Richmond's oldest radio station; it started broadcasting in At one point in time, this was WSSV with a "top 40" contemporary format. Website: radiodisney. Also used to be WPVA. First signed on in Their studios were previously in Colonial Heights. Bad Day E-Bow The Letter Get Up Daysleeper Peces De Oro - Claude Debussy, Werner Haas Avec Noel Lee* - Intégrale De La Musique Pour Piano Seul Pop Song 89 Nightswimming Strange Currencies Shiny Happy People. Download Single Ft. Richards - Accelerate - Mr. Central Rain I'm Sorry -S. Central Rain - Eponymous - So. Central Rain - Reckoning - So. InNottingham had an estimated population ofNottingham has an award-winning public transport system, [14] including the largest publicly owned bus network in England [15] and is also served by Nottingham railway station and the modern Nottingham Express Transit tram system. To 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast) west lies Derbyseparated by the M1 motorway. It is also a major sporting centre, and in Octoberwas named 'Home of English Sport'. Lawrence and Alan Sillitoe having links to the city, as well as a contemporary literary community, a publishing industry and a poetry scene. The city is 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast) by three universities, Nottingham Trent Universitythe University of Nottingham and the University of Law ; hosting the highest concentration of higher education providers in the East Midlands. Nottingham Castle was constructed in on a sandstone outcrop by the River Leen. The Anglo-Saxon settlement was originally confined to the area today known as the Lace Market and was surrounded by a substantial defensive ditch and rampart, which fell out of use following the Norman Conquest and was filled by the time of the Domesday Survey A settlement also developed around the castle on the hill opposite and was the French borough supporting the Normans in the castle. Eventually, the space between was built on as the town grew and the Old Market Square became the focus of Nottingham several centuries later. The ditch was later widened, in the midth century, and a stone wall built around much of the perimeter of the town. A short length of the wall survives, and is visible at the northern end of Maid Marian Way, and is protected as a Scheduled Monument. On the return of Richard the Lionheart from the Crusadesthe castle was occupied by supporters of Prince Johnincluding the Sheriff of Nottingham. It was besieged by Richard and, after a sharp conflict, was captured. By the 15th century Nottingham had established itself as a centre of a thriving export trade in religious sculpture made from Nottingham alabaster. The Castle and Shire Hall were expressly excluded and remained as detached Parishes of Nottinghamshire. One of those highly impressed by Nottingham in the late 18th century was the German traveller C. Moritzwho 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast) in"Of all the towns I have seen outside London, Nottingham is the loveliest and neatest. Everything had a modern look, and a large space in the centre was hardly less handsome than a London square. A charming footpath leads over the fields to the highway, where a bridge spans the Trent. During the Industrial Revolutionmuch of Nottingham's prosperity was founded on the textile industry ; in particular, the city became an internationally important centre of lace manufacture. In citizens rioted in protest against the Duke of Newcastle 's opposition to the Reform Actsetting fire to his residence, Nottingham Castle. In Nottingham became a county borough under the Local Government Act City status was awarded as part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations of Queen Victoria, being signified in a 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast) from the prime minister, the Marquess of Salisbury to the mayor, dated 18 June Nottingham was extended in by adding Bilborough and Wollatonparts of the parishes of Bestwood Park and Colwickand a recently developed part of the Beeston Urban District. A further boundary extension was granted in when Clifton and Wilford south of the River Trent were incorporated into the city. Electric trams were introduced to the city in ; they served the city for 35 years until Trams were reintroduced after 68 years when a new network opened in In the sporting world, Nottingham is home to the world's oldest professional football club, Notts Countywhich was formed in The city was the site of race riots incentred on the St Ann's neighbourhood. During the second half of the 20th century Nottingham saw urban growth with the development of new public and private housing estates and new urban centres, which have engulfed former rural villages such as Bilborough, Wollaton, Gedling and Bramcote. South of the river there has also been expansion with new areas such as Edwalton and West Bridgford, adding to Nottingham's urban sprawl. Although this growth slowed towards the end of the century, the modern pressures for more affordable and council housing is back on the political agenda and there is now pressure on the Green Belt which surrounds the city. There are two major local authorities that serve the Nottingham area. It consists of 55 councillorsrepresenting 20 wardswho are elected every four years; the last elections being held on 7 May The city also has a Lord Mayor who is selected by city councillors from among themselves. The City of Nottingham's boundaries are tightly drawn and exclude several suburbs and satellite towns that are usually considered part of Greater Nottingham. Unlike the City, these areas are governed by a two tier system of local government. Nottinghamshire County Council based at County Hallprovides the upper tier of local government whilst the lower tier is split into several district or borough councils. The County Council are responsible for Health, Social Care, Education, Highways, Transport, Libraries and Trading Standards, whilst the lower tier councils are responsible for local Claudio Villa - Io Vivo Con Te, neighbourhood services, housing, licensing, environmental health and leisure facilities. South of the river, the suburb of West Bridgford lies in Rushcliffeas do the outlying villages of Ruddington and Tollerton and the town of Bingham. Nottingham has three UK parliamentary constituency seats within its boundaries. Each of the outer districts Broxtowe, Ashfield, Gedling and Rushcliffe are also parliamentary constituencies in their own right. Nottingham lies within the 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast) Midlands European parliamentary constituency. Nottingham is situated on an area of low hills [36] along the lower valley of the River Trentand is surrounded by the Sherwood Forest in the north, the Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Yorkshire Coalfield in the west, and the Trent and Belvoir Vales in the east and south. Within the city, native wildlife includes red fox 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast)peregrine falcon and common kingfisher. Due to its position as a central city with strong transport links, Nottingham has become home to invasive animal and plant species including rose-ringed parakeetJapanese knotweed and Himalayan balsam. The highest temperature recorded in Nottingham Watnall stands at 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast) For the period — Nottingham Watnall recorded on average In it was reported that Nottingham is one of a number of UK cities that break WHO air pollution guidelines for the maximum concentration of small particulate matter. Pollution in part being caused by harmful wood-burning stoves. Nottingham is bounded by a green belt area, provisionally drawn up from the s. Completely encircling the city, it extends for several miles into the surrounding districts, as well as towards Derby. The geographical centre of Nottingham is usually defined as the Old Market Square. The Council House was built in the s to display civic pride, ostentatiously using baroque columns and placing stone statues of two lions at the front to stand watch over the square. The Exchange Arcadeon the ground floor, is an upmarket shopping centre containing boutiques. Tall office buildings line Maid Marian Way. The Georgian area around Oxford and Regent Streets is dominated by small professional firms. Nottingham Castle and its grounds are located further south in the western third of the city. The central third descends from the University district in the north, past Nottingham Trent University 's Gothic revival Arkwright Building. The university also owns many other buildings in this area. King and Queen Streets are home to striking Victorian buildings designed by such architects as Alfred Waterhouse and Watson Fothergill. To the south, is Broadmarsh Shopping 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast). The Canal-side further south of this is adjacent to Nottingham railway station and home to numerous redeveloped 19th-century industrial buildings, reused as bars and restaurants. The eastern third of the city centre contains the Victoria Shopping Centre, built in the s on the site of the demolished Victoria Railway Station. All that 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast) of the old station is the clock tower and the station hotel, now the Nottingham Hilton Hotel. The foot-high Victoria Centre flats stand above the shopping centre and are the tallest buildings in the city. The eastern third contains Hockley Village. Hockley is where many of Nottingham's unique, independent shops are to be found. It is also home to two alternative cinemas. The Lace Market area just south of Hockley has streets with four- to seven-storey red brick warehouses, iron railings and red phone boxes. Many of the buildings have been converted into apartments, bars and restaurants. The Georgian-built Shire Hall, which was once Nottingham's main court and prison building, is now home to the National Justice Museum formerly the "Galleries of Justice". Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem the Trip Molto Allegro - Mozart*, Szymon Goldberg, Radu Lupu - The Violin Sonatas, partially built into the cave system beneath Nottingham Castle, is a contender for the title of England's Oldest Pub, as it is supposed to have been established in The Trip 's current timber building probably dates back to the 17th or 18th century, but the caves are certainly older and may have been used to store beer and water for the castle during medieval times. There are also caves beneath the Salutation that date back to the medieval period, although they are no longer used as beer cellars. The Bell Inn is probably the oldest of the three pub buildings still standing, according to dendrochronologyand has medieval cellars that are still used Birthday Greeting: Super Snooper & Blabber Mouse - William Hanna & Joseph Barbera - Hanna-Barberas store beer. There are three colleges of further education located in Nottingham: Bilborough College is solely a sixth form college ; Nottingham College was formed inby the amalgamation of Central College Nottingham and New College Nottingham which had both previously formed from the merger of smaller FE colleges ; and the Confetti Institute of Creative Technologiesowned by Nottingham Trent University, is a further education college that specialises in media. Nottingham also has a number of independent schools. The city's oldest educational establishment is Nottingham High Schoolwhich was founded in InNottingham 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast) Council announced that the target sectors of their economic development strategy would include low-carbon technologies; digital media ; life sciences ; Io Sono Un Rastaman - Various - Reggae Radio Station and business services; and retail and leisure. Nottingham is home to the headquarters of several companies. 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast) the science-based industries within the city is BioCity. Founded as a joint venture between Nottingham Trent University and the University of Nottingham, it is the UK's biggest bioscience innovation and incubation centre, housing around 80 science-based companies. Until recently, bicycle manufacturing was a major industry: the city was the birthplace of Raleigh Cycles inlater joined by Sturmey-Archerthe developer of three-speed hub gears. However, Raleigh's factory on Triumph Road, famous as the location for the filming of Saturday Night and Sunday Morningwas demolished in to make way for the University of Nottingham's expansion of its Jubilee Campus. The schools and aerial photographers, H Tempest Ltd, were Nottingham-based for many years, until relocating to St. Ives Cornwall around InNottingham was ranked in the top 10 UK cities for job growth from toin the public and private sectors. Nottingham's Victoria Centre is the city's main retail shopping centre, located in. It was the first to be built in the city and was developed on the site of the former Nottingham Victoria railway station. It provides parking for up to 2, cars on several levels, and contains a bus station. Its owners, Intu have plans 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast) extend the centre's floor space but it is understood these will not be submitted until the Broadmarsh redevelopment is complete. Nottingham City Council, then owners of the Broadmarsh Centre, had been trying to redevelop it for "almost two decades". This, however, did not happen either. The purchase prompted an investigation by the Office of Fair Trading and the Competition Commissionwho were concerned that the Let The Good Times Roll Everybody - Little Beaver - Let The Good Times Roll Everybody monopoly over the city's shopping centres could have a negative impact on competition. The Bridlesmith Gate area has numerous designer shops, and is the home of the original Paul Smith boutique. There are various side streets and alleys with some interesting and often overlooked buildings and shops—such as Poultry Walk, West End Arcade and Hurts Yard. These are home to many specialist shops, as is Derby Road, near the Roman Catholic Cathedral and once the antiques area. Nottingham has a number Modulated Leaves - Alex Martin - Eventual Extremes department stores including the House of FraserJohn Lewis and Debenhams. In Marchthe government announced the creation of Nottingham Enterprise Zonean enterprise zone sited on part of the Boots Estate. Centred on the east of the city including the Lace Market, Hockley, Broadmarsh East, the Island site and BioCitythe project aims at creating growth and jobs. Nottingham has two large-capacity theatres, the Nottingham Playhouse and the Theatre Royalwhich together with the neighbouring Royal Concert Hall forms the Royal Centre. There is a Cineworld and a Showcase in the city. Inthe National Videogame Arcade was opened in the Hockley area of the city; being "the UK's first cultural centre for videogames". Nottingham's City Ground played host to rock band R. M with Idlewild and The Zutons supporting inthe first time a concert had been staged at the football stadium. Nottingham is home to Earache Recordsa large independent record label setup in Nottingham in and famously home to Napalm DeathCarcassEntombedRival Sons and more. Wollaton Park in Nottingham hosts an annual family-friendly music event called Splendour. In it was headlined by Madness and the Pogues. Nottingham is known for its hip-hop scene. Nottingham holds several multicultural events throughout the year. The city has hosted an annual Asian Mela every summer since about[96] there is a parade on St Patrick's Day[97] fireworks at the Chinese New YearHoli in the Park to celebrate the Hindu spring festival[98] [99] a West Indian -style carnival, and several Sikh events. The city is particularly famous for its annual Goose Faira large travelling funfair held at the Forest Recreation Ground at the beginning of October every year. Established over years ago, the fair was originally a livestock market where thousands of geese were sold in the Old Market Square, but these days Goose Fair is known for its fairground rides and attractions. Since the late s, Nottinghamshire Pride has organized an annual pride paradea day-long celebration that usually takes place in Nottingham during July. There are several hundred restaurants in Nottingham, with there being several AA rosette winning restaurants in [] Iberico World Tapas, located in the city centre, was awarded a Bib Gourmand in the Michelin Guide. The wheel returned to Nottingham in February to mark another night of lights, activities, illuminations and entertainment. Initially marketed as the Nottingham Eye, it was later redubbed as the Nottingham Wheel, to avoid any association with the London Eye. This grand 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast) has been a part of great history for decades, showing evidence of use by prehistoric hunters and gatherers. It's even said that the legendary Robin Hood of the s has set foot here and hid near the Major Oak, referred to as the year-old giant tree. Many local businesses and organisations use the worldwide fame of Robin Hood to represent or promote their brands. Many residents converse in the East Midlands dialect. Nottingham has featured in a number of fictional works. Nottingham is Party Day - Cosmo Vitelli - Party Day to two professional football clubs: Notts County and Nottingham Forest. Their two football grounds, facing each other on opposite sides of the River Trent, are noted for geographically being the closest in English league football. Notts County, formed inis the oldest professional football club in the world. For most of their history they have played their home games at Meadow Lanewhich currently holds some 20, spectators, all seated. They currently play in Football League Twoat Level 4 in the English football league system most recently played at Level 1 in May They have played at the City Groundon the south bank of the River Trentsince Nottingham Forest joined the Football League infour years after its inception when it merged with the rival Football Allianceand years later, they were among the FA Premier League 's founder members in —though they have not played top division football since May The club were Cricket County Champions. The Rugby team, Nottingham R. The city was the birthplace and training location for ice dancers Torvill and Deanwho won Gold at the Blackbird - No Artist - British Bird Song, Volume 1 Olympics. The National Ice Centrefirst opened inis a national centre for ice sports. The square in-front of the centre is named "Bolero Square" after Torvill and Dean's perfect 6. Nottingham is home to the Nottingham Panthers ice hockey team. In OctoberNottingham was named as the official Home of Sport 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast) VisitEngland[] [] for its sporting contributions and in recognition of its development of the sports of football, cricket, ice hockey, The Wait - April (27) - Anthems For The Rejected, tennis, athletics, gymnastics and water sports. Nottingham Stationthe second busiest railway station in the Midlands for passenger entries and exits, [] provides rail services for the city; with connections operated by CrossCountryEast Midlands Railway and Northern. The reintroduction of trams in made Nottingham the newest of only six English cities to have a light rail system. Two new lines opened in extending the network to the southern suburbs of Wilford and Clifton and the western suburbs of Beeston and Chilwell. In AprilNottingham became the first city in the UK to introduce a workplace parking levy. Nottingham's waterways, now primarily used for leisure, have been extensively used for transport 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast) the past. Fire and rescue services are provided by Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Serviceand emergency medical care by East Midlands Ambulance Serviceboth of which have their headquarters in Nottingham. Law enforcement is carried out by Nottinghamshire Policewhose headquarters are at Sherwood Lodge in Arnold. The city has a Crown Court and a Magistrates' Court. Laurie Macdonald of Inside One magazine observes that Nottingham's former high crime rate earned it the nickname "Shottingham", but that by this image was outdated. The article was written in response to a uSwitch survey that had found south Nottinghamshire to be the fourth-best place to live in the UK in terms of living standards. Crime in the city of Nottingham had also fallen by three-quarters since Students from the Medical School are attached to most of the departments at City Hospital as part of their clinical training. Severn Trent Water is the company responsible for supplying fresh water to households and Sleep Through The Hurricane - The Black Sorrows - Hold On To Me in Nottingham, as well as the treatment of sewage. Nottingham is host to the UK's first and only local authority-owned and not-for-profit energy company, Robin Hood Energy. The city has one of the largest district heating schemes in the UK, operated by EnviroEnergy Limited, which is wholly owned by Nottingham City 9-9 - R.E.M. - Right On Target (1984 Live Broadcast)


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