A local Bristol community radio station is back on the airwaves after being saved by the audience it serves.
BCfm has managed to make a phoenix-like comeback from the flames - quite literally.
An electrical fault destroyed the studio last August (2019) while the station was on air.
The Easton-based operation has struggled to provide a full live service since the tragedy disrupted the award-winning broadcaster.
BCfm had contents insurance but a lot of the equipment had been donated and fitted by volunteers, which left a shortfall in funding for the rebuild.
So the radio station's managers started a crowdfunding campaign and the response far exceeded any expectations.
Within 15 days the volunteer-run station had been pledged in excess of £13,000, plus further other offers in kind from individuals and companies worldwide.
And the BCfm team has been just as committed to coming back stronger than before.
Many businesses and organisations within Easton Community Centre were also affected and the building had to undergo major works before the radio station rebuild could begin.
A randomly chosen donor was asked to cut the ribbon before The One Love Breakfast show returned BCfm to the air after its six month hiatus, on the birthday anniversary of the artist - Bob Marley - who inspired the famous song.