Manx is a Goidelic Celtic language and is one of a number of insular Celtic languages spoken in the British Isles. Locate.im appointed title sponsor of Sidecar TT Races; Manx Radio TT enhanced for TT 2018; Huge range of local food and drink on offer at the Paddock at TT 2018; Honda UK to provide Official Cars and Motorcycles for Isle of Man TT; Ben and Tom Birchall lead top quality sidecar field; Daley Mathison and Movuno.com Halsall Racing team up for TT 2018 3FM Isle of Man - Listen on-air, online, on mobile, smart speaker to 3FM the number one Isle of Man radio station with more music, news and island info 3FM On Air Now Ron Berry 10:00pm - 1:00am Email During the Isle of Man TT races, the 1368 kHz frequency becomes Manx Radio TT, providing news and results on the races. Radio TT. 2019 TT radio coverage. Radio TT. The service is also available on 87.9 FM in Douglas and 100.6 FM in Sulby. Visitors to the Classic TT Races, meanwhile, can look forward to discovering just why this particular Manx export is seen as one of the very best guitarists around today. This is to signify that the station will be available to listen to throughout the year via the internet. Manx (Manx: Gaelg or Gailck, pronounced or or ), also known as Manx Gaelic, and also historically spelled Manks, is a Goidelic language of the Celtic language family, itself a branch of the Indo-European language family.The language of the Manx people was spoken as a first language on the Isle of Man until the death of the last native speaker, Ned Maddrell, in 1974. For years Manx Radio have covered the Isle of Man TT Races with intellectual broadcasting and presenters and commentators who are up to date with all of today’s and yesterdays TT and Manx Grand Prix riders facts and figures. Their second to none coverage on radio and world wide on the Internet has caused the sensation that makes the Isle of Man the number one biking station in the world. The number travelling from England, accounting for almost 58% of TT visitors, fell by more than 6% on the previous year, but more people arrived from Germany and France (both rose to 4.5%). 4,496 talking about this. Welcome to the official Facebook page of Manx Radio. From May 2012, Radio TT is to be re-branded as Manx Radio TT 365. The voice of Manx Radio Sport, Tim Glover, will lead the commentary team for both events during 2013 alongside regular pit-lane presenter Chris Kinley, Glen Helen commentator Dave Christian and Ramsey Hairpin commentator Roy Moore. Regulars Chris Williams, Chris Kinley and Tim Glover can all be heard each day, John Moss presents the Radio TT news bulletins. During the Isle of Man TT races, the 1368 kHz frequency becomes Manx Radio TT, providing news and results on the races. An experienced anchor, Tim has reported on the TT for Manx Radio for more than 16 years. After a series of safety reviews, a number of general measures were introduced after 2007 for the Isle of Man TT races and the Manx Grand Prix and other events such as the Southern 100 motor-cycle races and the Rally Isle of Man. Call 661368, text 166177 or email studio@manxradio.com. Address: Manx Radio Broadcasting House Douglas Isle of Man IM1 5BW Phone: (01624) 661368 Email: studio@manxradio.com Studio Text: (07624) 166177 Contact: (01624) 682600 Following the news that Manx Radio will remain the host radio broadcaster for the TT races in 2019, the MHK with political responsibility for motorsport Rob Callister explains the governments decision.