£1,715 – a sound effort, Steve

Steve Paterson, of Galashiels-based TD1 Radio, at the end of a marathon 76-hour, non-stop fundraiser at 10am on Saturday.'Steve's continuous broadcast ' the TD1 Radiothon ' was aimed at raising funds for the non-profit-making station staffed entirely by volunteers. TD1 relies on limited income through advertising or donations (www.td1radio.com/donations) from the public to help it stay on the air.'The Radiothon was sponsored by T-4-2 Express in Galashiels, which also provided food for Steve, with Dave from Allied Cabs agreeing to deliver the sustenance to the studio.'During the 76 hours, Steve was joined by all the regular TD1 Radio presenters as he helped co-host their usual shows.'His efforts raised �1,715.
Steve Paterson, of Galashiels-based TD1 Radio, at the end of a marathon 76-hour, non-stop fundraiser at 10am on Saturday.'Steve's continuous broadcast ' the TD1 Radiothon ' was aimed at raising funds for the non-profit-making station staffed entirely by volunteers. TD1 relies on limited income through advertising or donations (www.td1radio.com/donations) from the public to help it stay on the air.'The Radiothon was sponsored by T-4-2 Express in Galashiels, which also provided food for Steve, with Dave from Allied Cabs agreeing to deliver the sustenance to the studio.'During the 76 hours, Steve was joined by all the regular TD1 Radio presenters as he helped co-host their usual shows.'His efforts raised �1,715.

Steve Paterson, of Galashiels-based TD1 Radio, at the end of a marathon 76-hour, non-stop fundraiser at 10am on Saturday.

Steve’s continuous broadcast – the TD1 Radiothon – was aimed at raising funds for the non-profit-making station, which is staffed entirely by volunteers.

TD1 relies on limited income through advertising or donations (www.td1radio.com/donations) from the public to help it stay on the air.

The Radiothon was sponsored by T-4-2 Express in Galashiels, which also provided food for Steve, with Dave from Allied Cabs agreeing to deliver the sustenance to the studio.

During the 76 hours, Steve was joined by regular TD1 presenters as he helped co-host their usual shows. His efforts raised £1,715.