London station Radar Radio shuts it’s doors, owes millions in debt

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The popular East London station Radar Radio has reportedly closed it’s doors following sexual harassment accusations and it’s hugely toxic working environment, owing £4 million and £500k in closing costs.

In its annual report filed to Company House, the UK company reports losses of just over £1.3 million, owing debt of £4 million to Mike Ashley and MASH Holdings Limited, which is owned by father of Radar Radio’s director, Ollie Ashley.

Unfortunately this has left many of their workers jobless, following public statements about Radar Radio’s working environment from Pxssy Palace, Ashtart Al-Hurra and more, which has also resulted in many cut ties with artists and DJs who frequented the channel.