Last updated : 12 January 2005 By The Rambler

Derby fans who also listen to Ram FM – the radio station that takes it s name from the club have their chance o help the victims of the tsunami disaster on Monday.

Derby’s top station is joining up with all the other commercial stations in the country as part of a marathon fund raising day which promises to produce the largest audience in the history of broadcasting with over 26 million people expected to tune in.

The event which promises to have star guests from around the world, exclusive live music and plenty of
compelling content throughout the day will include guest slots from the likes of George Michael, Chris Evans, and even Tony Blair.

It is hoped that listeners will give one hour of their salary to the appeal, which has been named UK Radio Aid. Thanks to the money already given by the British public, relief has got to
the victims, but we are now entering the second phase - we now need to help
build the future for those affected. Especially needy are the tens of thousands
of children orphaned

The theme of the day is "Come together and give an hour for the future".

Ram, along with its sister stations has always tried to help the local community and is now looking to the local community to help those in desperate plights.