Manchester station Limbo Radio relaunches with a 48-hour stream

Manchester-based station Limbo Radio has returned to the airwaves, having relocated to Downtex Mill just above Hidden.

The station will now run every day from 4 - 10pm BST, two hours longer than the previous daily schedule.

To celebrate the relaunch, Limbo has embarked on a 48-hour broadcast, which started on Friday September 20 12:00 BST and runs until 12:00 BST on Sunday September 22.

The broadcast will feature a whole host brilliant selectors, including, Bruce (pictured), DJ Python and OK Williams.

Speaking about the relaunch, Limbo's Connor Cooper explains, “After a long summer f air, everyone here at Limbo Radio is itching to get back on the airwaves and showcase everything that we have been up to. With a brand new studio, some fresh residents and a shiny new website to show the world, we really are bubbling with excitement!"

He continues, “We want to get people to stop missing a trick with Manchester and see that the city is a strong beating heart filled with endless talent in every field. We’ve taken time to collaborate with even more show producers, studio hands, graphic designers, videographers and photographers to continue to show f just what this city has to fer.”

Check out some shots the new studio, as well as a flyer for the 48-hour broadcast, below.