Public File

Radio in the UK is regulated by law, by the Office for Communications, and we are committed to ensuring total compliance with the requirements of our licence. This file contains information about the provision of licensed services, in accordance with guidelines as drawn up and, from time to time, revised by Ofcom.

We welcome all comments about our programming and output. You can contact us using the details below.


Mid Sussex Radio is your community radio station, 24 hours a day on 103.8FM and online. We broadcast to central and south Mid Sussex, reaching over 150,000 residents in our catchment area.

We keep listeners up to date with both national and local news and local events. We showcase local clubs and societies and give local businesses the opportunity to promote their goods and services. We broadcast interviews with community groups and societies, local government officers, councillors, business owners and local people with something to say in the Community.


We play music from the last six decades right up to the present day. We aim to appeal to all tastes and ages particularly 35+ and we broadcast shows covering specific music genres in the evenings.

Programming Team:

Programme Director: Steve Bird (

Scheduling Director: Julie Holden (


If you would like to comment or make a complaint about Mid Sussex Radio, please email providing details of your comment or complaint, and our team will help with your enquiry.

If you are unhappy with the response you receive, you can complain directly to the regulator, Ofcom

Station Contact Details

Address: 89 Church Walk, Burgess Hill, West Sussex, RH15 9BQ


OFCOM (Office of Communications) is the independent regulator and competition authority for the UK communications industries, with responsibilities across television, radio, telecommunications and wireless communications services. Information for consumers and information regarding this station is available on their website

If listeners wish to report any Pirate Radio interference to Ofcom this can now also be done directly by accessing: