Posted: Sun 28th Aug 2011

Teens Take Over On Calon FM for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Sunday, Aug 28th, 2011

An exciting new radio show for teens has been launched on community radio station Calon FM this month.

Teen Take Over goes on air every Thursday at 4pm and is both targeted at and presented by teenagers in the Wrexham area.

The weekly show started earlier this month and regular features include celebrity gossip, the latest in TV, music, and cinema and news on what’s going on for teens in the local community.

Patsy Cliffe is one of the shows’ presenters and she explained how the show started, she said: “The show came together when I emailed the boss of the radio station, Katherine Wade, to propose this new show as I’ve had experience with producing radio shows before, when I went to Calon for work experience in September 2010.”

Musically Teen Take Over features a regular “Hit or Miss” section where listeners can hear new songs and along with the presenters discuss what they think of them.

There’s also a battle for “Song of the Week” where the girls and boys presenting the show go head to head with their songs of the week and the audience decides whose is better.

Patsy added: “I love doing Teen Take Over, it’s so much fun and always a good laugh, especially when my friends come and help out.”

You can listen to the show locally on 105FM or tune in online via

You can also interact with Teen Take Over online on Twitter via @teentakeover105 or on Facebook at

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