Channel 103, like each local commercial station in the British Isles, has programming obligations and requirements, including its music and local content. These obligations are set out in the station format which forms part of our Public File.
Since Jersey has its own parliament, sports teams and thriving business community, we're not short of quality local stories - so our bulletins are mainly made up of our own content, but also incorporate the main national and international stories of the day.
Channel 103 broadcasts local news at the following times:
Weekdays, on the hour and half hour 6:30am – 9am, then hourly until 10pm.
Weekends, on the hour 8am – 12pm.
Latest News Stories
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Giulia Heath – News Editor
Recent News Highlights
Channel 103 provides up to date local news for Jersey.
Find out more via our dedicated local news section.
All of Channel 103's output is produced and broadcast from our studios in St Helier, Jersey.
The station broadcasts 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
All our upcoming shows are listed on our website, mobile app and UK Radioplayer: click here.
Some of our off-peak programmes are recorded shortly before transmission, between 6.00pm and 10.00pm on weekdays.
On Saturdays, our programmes after 2pm are recorded.
On Sunday our programmes after 10am are recorded.
Recent Programming Highlights
Channel 103 is proud to serve the community with news, information and fun competitions.
Some of our current station content is available on the homepage of Channel103.com.
Ofcom Localness Guidelines
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To view Channel 103's station format, click here.
Station Contact Details
15 Britannia Place
How To Complain
Any complaints made are logged immediately with an acknowledgement receipt issued to the complainant within 24 hours. The details are then passed on to the relevant department.
We will aim to resolve any complaint within 10 working days. If under any circumstances a solution to the complaint cannot be agreed, a further complaint can be made with Ofcom.
For advertising complaints, if we can not find a solution, the complaint can be taken up with ASA.
People who wish to complain about anything regarding the station or its features can do so in the following ways:
1. Submit your complaint direct to:
James Keen, Station Director
15 Britannia Place
Tel: 01534 888103
2. Directly to Ofcom.
Visit http://www.ofcom.org.uk for more information