1020 Radio launch new-look website

1020 Radio launch new-look website

Posted on: 09 Jul 2021

The renowned Stokes Croft-based station have spruced up their online offering with an array of new features.


Independent station 1020 Radio have today (Friday 9 July) unveiled their brand-new website, combining a cleaner and more intuitive layout with new editorial, video and interactive content.


Having spent much of the past 18 months outside of their Stokes Croft HQ due to the coronavirus pandemic, 1020 Radio made their long-awaited return to the studio back in May.


The team have invested heavily in their website rebuild, offering a wide range of new and improved features for listeners across Bristol and beyond.



Maintaining the minimalist style of their old platform, 1020's new site allows users to easily move between live shows, programming schedules and extra content, providing background on artists, playlists and more.


An all-new editorial tab invites listeners to delve into new releases and track selections from the station's residents, while 1020 TV brings together all entries in the '1020 Unlocked' series, profiling a range of artists and broadcasters.


Users can also search the station by genre for the first time, presenting the perfect opportunity to delve into 1020's extensive back catalogue - spanning more than six years - and pick the perfect show to fit your mood.


Launched in 2015, 1020 Radio have spent more than half a decade celebrating innovative underground sounds coming from Bristol, the UK and around the world.


The 1020 team keep community at the heart of their ethos, encouraging resident and guest DJs to share their voices and explore their creativity.


The station has, in turn, become a trusted tastemaker for music fans in Bristol, introducing listeners to an array of new sounds and styles.


Head to 1020 Radio's all-new website to find out more and delve into the station's vast collection of radio, video and editorial content, or find the team on Twitter to follow news and updates.

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Matt Robson


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Matt is a Journalism graduate and writer, passionate about supporting Bristol music, art and independent business. Get in touch via email at matt@365bristol.com.