Pure FM

Pure FM
City Boulevard Reyers 52
1044 Brussels
Broadcast area Belgium
Slogan Good music makes good people
Frequency FM
88.8/101.1 MHz (Brussels)
92.5 MHz (Liège)
96.6 MHz (Charleroi)
Language(s) French
Former callsigns Radio 21 (1981–2004)

Pure FM is a Belgian public radio station created in 2004, focused on music genres such as pop, rock, hip-hop, contemporary R&B, and electronic. It is operated by the Radio télévision belge de la communauté française (RTBF). Pure FM is the Walloon equivalent of the Flemish Studio Brussel.


On 1 April 2004, the public rock/pop radio station Radio 21 owned by the RTBF stops broadcasting to be replaced by two new radio stations, Classic 21 and Pure FM.

In 2010, Pure FM changes its logo.



Region Frequency
Antwerp* 101.1 MHz
Arlon 98.4 MHz
Brussels (city) 88.8 MHz
Charleroi 96.6 MHz
Courtray* 90.6 MHz
Ghent* 101.1 MHz
Hainaut 90.6, 96.6 MHz
Huy 91.4 MHz
Léglise 89.9 MHz
Liège 92.5 MHz
Lille* 90.6 MHz
Luxembourg (city)* 98.4 MHz
Maastricht* 94.1, 101.1 MHz
Marche-en-Famenne 97.8 MHz
Namur (city) 89.8 MHz
Spa 94.1 MHz
Tournai 90.6 MHz
Verviers 87.9 MHz
Waremme 87.8 MHz
Walloon Brabant, Wavre 101.1 MHz


Region Frequency
Liège (province) Liège 1233 kHz
Luxembourg (Belgium) Luxembourg 1305 kHz


Region Frequency
Wallonia Wallonia (incl. Brussels) RTBF Channel 12B (225,648 kHz)

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