Charlton Live is an independent radio show that is broadcast by supporters every Sunday night.
The programmes are dedicated to everything related to the Addicks, and features special guests, interviews, views from fans and Charlton banter.
After almost 18 months off the airwaves, Charlton Live returned in August 2010 following extensive discussions between the club and the team behind the show.
The show is broadcast by a team of volunteers, from those who present the programme to those who conduct the interviews, devise the jingles and adverts and edit the various audio required, including the podcast.
The team is always keen to hear from people interested in contributing to the show - and also sponsoring the programme.
Charlton Live and the club are also grateful to Charlton's radio partner, BBC LONDON 94.9, for providing some essential equipment and general support to enable the programme to be broadcast.
The origins of the Charlton Live show date back to autumn 1988 when Charlton Chat, then hosted by future Addicks commercial director Steve Sutherland, was first broadcast on the old Radio Thamesmead cable service.
Charlton Chat was the first-ever club-dedicated radio show, and it went to FM in April 1990 when the radio station became RTM. Three years later, the programme became Charlton Live, and the show became famous in the late 1990s thanks to Mark Mansfield's legendary commentaries, notably on the 1998 First Division play-off final against Sunderland.
The show was curtailed when the club signed a radio deal with Capital Radio, but Charlton Live returned on Time 106.8FM in August 2008, when recorded versions of the programme were also later made available on the club's official website. However, Time FM closed down suddenly in March 2009.
Charlton Live, in its current incarnation, returned to the airwaves with a special one-hour season preview programme on August 1st, 2010 and the two-hour weekly Sunday show began the following week before the Saturday show was added in March 2011.