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Stations of the BBC

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Stations of the BBC

Contents

  • List of Stations 1
    • Television 1.1
    • Radio 1.2
    • Miscellaneous 1.3
  • List of Former Stations 2
    • Radio 2.1
    • Television 2.2

List of Stations

Television

Radio

  • BBC Radio UK
    • BBC Radio 1 (Contemporary popular music) (97-99 FM) - Website
    • BBC Radio 2 (music for a more mature audience; and comedy), originally known as the Light Programme. (88-91 FM) - Website
    • BBC Radio 3 (Classical, jazz and non-western music and study in musical topics), originally the Third Programme. (90-93 FM) - Website
    • BBC Radio 4 (Non-musical entertainment such as drama, comedy, news programmes and factual programmes), previously the Home Service, formed in 1939 from the fusion of the pre-war National and Regional Programmes. Radio 4 has both FM and longwave frequencies and broadcasts a limited amount of different programming on the two bands. (92-95 FM, 198 LW) - Website
    • BBC Radio 5 Live (News and sports analysis and commentary), originally BBC Radio 5. (909 and 693 MW) - Website

Miscellaneous

List of Former Stations

Radio

Television

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