If you tune your radio to Bolton FM every weekday morning at 6am you'll hear "The Power Hour with Lee Bower".
It's now the time of year that I'm humming Loudon Wainwright III's "Suddenly it's Christmas", as Christmas items start appearing on the shelves.
Last week Bolton FM were told by the Charity Commission that its Media Academy had successfully achieved charity status.
Bolton's Pride festival took over the town last weekend. It began with a carnival parade from the Chorley New Road entrance of Queen's Park to Victoria Square via Spa Road, Deansgate and Le Mans Crescent.
The Bolton and Bury Business awards take place at The University of Bolton Stadium next Thursday, September 27 2018, and Bolton FM are up for an award to recognise our partnership working with Bolton Hospice. The Community award looks to celebrate organisations that “make a committed and proactive contribution to the enhancement and benefit of the Bolton community.” Judges will look at how well we’ve worked in partnership with Bolton Hospice and the impact we’ve had within the local community.
This Sunday sees Bolton FM participate in Bolton Hospice's Bubble Rush.
It won't surprise you that we often talk about the type of music and artists we play at Bolton FM.
The Bolton Food and Drink festival starts tomorrow and we'll be previewing the event on tonight's 'Foodie Thursday with Jojo' from 6pm.
The Bolton Food and Drink festival isn't too far away and Bolton FM has a lot on its plate as it were.