Jason and Ian wake you up in style every weekday from 7am with a mix of lively chat, local guests and of course some great music to get you going!
Rush Hour? On the way home from work? Picking up the kids from school? Or just glad for your day off and your not stuck in rush hour traffic? Then the Big Drive Home is just the show for you. Presented by Tony McGruffin we play all your favourite songs to enjoy after you have finished work and just want to relax.
General music and radio.
Join Lee Theasby for a mix of quirky entertainment news along with local items.
Lee plays your favorite requests every weekday lunchtime, so get in touch by phone (27222), txt (60300 followed by HART) or tweet us @radiohartlepool
Getting you back in the mood to go back to work after lunch, we've got the best music and chirpy chatter.
Getting you through those travelling blues, we play the upbeat songs that make the time go quicker.
One hour of tunes from different decades without any talk.
'Seven from the Seventies', 'Eight from the Eighties' and 'Nine From the Nineties' with a few new tunes too!
Time to unwind with some relaxing music, ideal for the end of the day.
Whether you are getting ready to hit the town or having a house party, turn up the radio and enjoy the very best music.
If you're on your way to work or having a lie in, this is the place to be.
A lookback at the week and get your requests played in the 'Saturday Jukebox'
Every song played was a number one hit from the 60's to the present day.
The decade that brought us Rubik cubes, My Little Pony and some questionable hairstyle, but also some great music.
Playing unsigned local musical talent. If you would like to be featured, please send a biog and clean radio edit mp3 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Whether you are on your way to work or having a lie in, this is the place to be.
Spending your sunday afternoon working through the decades from the 60's to the 90's.
The perfect way to end the weekend, with a great mix of soul from the 60's to the present day, including the 'Big 12 incher'!