Public File

Radio in the UK is regulated by law, by the Office for Communications, and we are committed to ensuring total compliance with the requirements of our licence. This file contains information about the provision of licensed services, in accordance with guidelines as drawn up and, from time to time, revised by Ofcom.

All Communicorp UK stations strive to operate within the conditions of its licence and the Code at all times and welcomes comments about its output. Should you wish to make any comments on any aspect of our output, please click the appropriate link as identified below and we endeavour to respond to all correspondence when required within a minimum of seven working days.

OFCOM also requires that we maintain a Public File which contains information about the provision of the Licensed Services in accordance with guidelines as drawn up and from time to time revised by OFCOM. The Public File is available via our website or by post, in hard copy to any member of the public upon reasonable request.


All programming is automated content.


Radio Up plays Today's Hit Music.

Programming Team:

Programme Controller: John Darin


If you would like to comment or make a complaint about Radio Up, please email; providing details of your comment or complaint, and our programming team will help with your enquiry.

If you are unhappy with the response you receive, you can complain directly to the regulator, Ofcom 

Station Contact Details

Programme Controller:
Address: Radio Up, XYZ Building, 2 Hardman Boulevard, Manchester, M3 3AQ
Switchboard: 0161 662 4602
Sales Contact Number: 01923 205480

OFCOM (Office of Communications) is the independent regulator and competition authority for the UK communications industries, with responsibilities across television, radio, telecommunications and wireless communications services. Information for consumers and information regarding this station is available on their website

If listeners wish to report any Pirate Radio interference to Ofcom this can now also be done directly by accessing: