Public File

This part of our website will help you to learn more about what we do, our remit, and how we are monitored to ensure we comply with our obligations. This is known as Union JACK's "Public File".
The regulation of radio licensees in the United Kingdom is controlled by Ofcom. From time to time Ofcom will monitor Union JACK's output and check Union JACK's Public File to ensure we are complying with our obligations.
 
If you have a complaint:
Should you have a complaint about any part of Union JACK's output, or your dealings with the station, in the first instance please contact the Station Manager, Ian Walker, by e-mailing: ian.walker@unionjack.co.uk or write to him:
 
Ian Walker
Station Manager
UNION JACK
270 Woodstock Road
Oxford OX2 7NW
 
Should you be dissatisfied with the outcome of your complaint you can contact Ofcom as the official regulator.
 
Please write to Ofcom at:
Ofcom
Riverside House
2a Southwark Bridge Road
London SE1 9HA
 
Or you may telephone Ofcom: 020 7981 3040
 
Schedule of news bulletins:
News bulletins (National and international content) at 7am, 8am, 9am weekdays. Produced in Oxford.
 
Note that Bank Holidays operate a Saturday schedule and there is no news on Christmas Day, Boxing Day or New Year’s Day.
 
The News Team
UNION JACK's News Editor Jo Summerbell. Her e-mail address is: jo.summerbell@unionjack.co.uk
 
Other journalists assist Jo as required. Should you wish to contact the news team you can call them in the news room on 03301 22 44 88 or e-mail news@unionjack.co.uk.
 
Automation

Listener driven content runs 24 hours a day
 
More of what we do
A lot of what happens on-air here at Union JACK is reflected in this website from the homepage www.unionjack.co.uk
 
The music we play
We play The Best of British music - it must be British!
 
Union JACK Format

The rules which define the sound of Union JACK are contained in the station's format, which is drawn up by Ofcom.
 
Ofcom Monitoring
From time to time Ofcom will monitor Union JACK to ensure we are complying with our Format requirements.
You can view the result of this monitoring on Ofcom's website.