"Welcome to Bute Island Radio, community radio for the Isle of Bute in Scotland."
The Isle of Bute is located off the west coast of Scotland, approximately 90 minutes from Glasgow, in the heart of the River Clyde. Known as Scotland's Madeira, Bute still sees many tourists and holidaymakers visit the island throughout the year, albeit not as many as the 40s, 50s and 60s.
The island today boasts many tourist attractions including the famous Mount Stuart House, Rothesay Castle, Bute Museum and many more. For the more active, there are 3 golf courses. You could even take a leisurely cycle round the island. There are numerous places for eating in or out on the island, along with a wide host of B&B's and hotels. For details on holidaying or visiting Bute, check out
Broadcasting locally on 96.5FM, and also online to the rest of the world, Bute Island Radio caters for every musical taste from the 1940's to the present day, with a variety of different radio shows broadcasting 24 hours a day, primarily between 8am-10pm. Be sure to check out our live up to date schedule for all the details.
We have specialist shows for Motown, Northern Soul, Country, Rock, Pop, Easy Listening, Dance and loads more.
Feel free to leave any of our presenters a message, or sign out guest book to let us know where you are listening from.
Bute Island Radio held it's AGM on Thursday 28th September. It was nice to see a goodly amount of presenters and other members of the Radio Station present at the meeting. This year seen our Chairman Chris Cobain step down from his role that has been his since the inception of the station back in 2014, he has been a steady and guiding hand at the tiller of the station and under his chairmanship the station has flourished. Thank you Chris and enjoy your presenting and maybe see you back in the future. We also seen the addition of two new committee members Bobby Wilson and Grahame Stewart hopefully they shall help the committee to keep the station up there in the forefront of community radio.
The Photos above are attributed to Mr. Iain Cochrane