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AMAZON ALEXA: If you are not getting Isle of WIght Radio when you ask Alexa to Play 'Isle of Wight Radio'' there is a very simple fix.
1 say 'Alexa enable Isle of Wight Radio'
2 That's it all fixed, you can now say 'Play Isle of Wight Radio'
If it still doesn't work you can open your Alexa App and install the Isle of Wight Radio skill. If it still doesn't work drop us a message using the form below.
All of the information you need to get in touch is listed below. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Claire John – MD
Isle of Wight Radio
Isle of Wight
Studio: 01983 822002
Office: 01983 822557
Sales: 01983 220107
News: 01983 821777
Text: Radio (your message) to 81400
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The Isle of Wight NHS Trust is urging people to only use its Emergency Department at St Mary's if completely unavoidable.
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Cowes Lifeboat Re-Floats Grounded Yacht
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Calls To Scrap A Quarter Of Isle Of Wight Primary Schools
A group of Isle of Wight school leaders are calling to scrap a quarter of the Island’s primary schools.