MIX 107 went off the air for good this morning as presenter Andy Muir quipped: “At least we get to have a lie in.”

He and his breakfast show hosts bid an emotional goodbye and played their final record, (I’ve Had) The Time of My Life, by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes.

The signal then went dead at 10am. The station closed after losing £90,000 last year.

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Mr Muir ended the show saying: “Thank you so much for all your support over the years. The good news is that tomorrow we get to have a lie in.”

The show was inundated by messages from listeners wishing the staff the best of luck in future and saying how much they will miss the station.

The four-hour show was filled with presenters thanking listeners and reading out their comments.

Presenter Hilary Colgan said: “Without you we wouldn’t have been here.”

They also entertained listeners with memories from the show.

Presenter Steve Ludlow joked: “I didn’t wear my Mix 107 shirt just in case they ripped it off my back!”

And he said the station’s last hour should be put on a compact disc and given to Wycombe Museum for posterity.

The Local Radio Company, which owns the station based in Duke Street, last month announced it would hand back the broadcasting licence to Ofcom, after losses of more than £90,000 last year.

By John Reilly.