So, a few weeks back it was announced that we were leaving The Bald Hub and heading off to a new premises. Unfortunately, due to contract negotiations we cannot move immediately and have decided to stay until October.

All is not lost as we have had an almighty clear out and got rid of loads of built up, unneeded stuff.A proper clean up and a splash of paint has given the Hub a new lease of life.

We have also been busy constructing a brand spanking new radio studio. This studio has been built, as some very exciting news is imminent from our radio employers/extended family FIX RADIO. We are bursting at the seams for you all to hear what’s coming soon.

With the new radio studio being put together in an old office space, we needed materials to make it happen and called upon our friends at our local WICKES in Littlehampton who kindly offered to supply the materials. The guys loved the vision and were equally excited about the new radio venture. These guys are always on hand to help local businesses, what a lovely gesture.

Fix Radio is the UK’s Radio Station exclusively for the Trade, it provides content tailored exclusively towards those working on building and construction sites of all shapes and sizes.

Built from the ground up for anyone who makes their living on the tools. If you're a Builder, Plumber, Spark, Chippy, Brickie, Decorator, Landscaper, Gas Engineer or even just the lad who makes the tea we're the station for you.

Brad and Sam currently host The Bald Builders Brunch a morning show which is on 10am–11am every Monday-Thursday with a best bits show from the week’s antics being aired on a Friday at the same time.


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March 03, 2022


Mark parry said:

Great show boys and good luck for the future.. I’ve been a fan since 2017?ish. And love all the different stuff you do. And is it me or I’s GROTBAGS looking fit these days hehe. Yeh defo.

Katie said:

Very funny and make laugh

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