- 1 What radio frequency is the test match on?
- 2 How can I listen to BBC London?
- 3 Is Radio 5 Live on FM?
- 4 What is the frequency for BBC Radio London?
- 5 How can I listen to TMS on the radio?
- 6 How do I tune in 5 Live Sports Extra?
- 7 Is BBC Sounds a radio station?
- 8 How do I get BBC radio?
- 9 Who’s on BBC Radio London now?
- 10 Can I get talkSPORT on FM radio?
- 11 What station is Radio 5 Live on FM?
- 12 Which radio station is the football on?
- 13 Can you get Radio 6 FM?
- 14 What are the radio frequencies?
- 15 What radio frequency is talk radio?
What radio frequency is the test match on?
ANALOGUE RADIO – RADIO 4 LW You can listen to Test Match Special on BBC Radio 4 Long Wave by tuning in to 198 LW.
How can I listen to BBC London?
You can listen to BBC London 94.9fm via your internet connection. We broadcast live 24 hours a day, seven days a week and you can listen live whether you have a modem connection (56k) or broadband.
Is Radio 5 Live on FM?
Radio 5 Live is the BBC’s station for sport, news and phone-ins, covering most major sports events in the UK. Although a national service, it is not broadcast on FM, the only analogue frequencies being 693, 909 and 990 kHz on AM.
What is the frequency for BBC Radio London?
|BBC London||94.9 FM|
|BBC Radio Manchester||95.1 FM|
|BBC Radio Merseyside||95.8 FM, 1485 MW|
|BBC Newcastle||95.4 FM, 96 FM, 103.7 FM, 104.4 FM, 1458 MW|
How can I listen to TMS on the radio?
Originally it was dedicated to test matches, but it now covers all kinds of professional cricket. Test Match Special broadcasts on Radio 4 long wave, BBC Radio 5 Sports Extra and online. To listen on Radio 4 long wave, tune into 198 kHz on the AM band of your radio.
How do I tune in 5 Live Sports Extra?
DAB radio: Scroll through the stations list until you find 5 Live Sports Extra, or manually tune to 12B (225.648 MHz) Sky: Channel 0144. Freeview: Channel 706. Freesat: Channel 706.
Is BBC Sounds a radio station?
BBC Sounds is the online home of BBC Radio. You can listen to live radio streams, on demand programmes, podcasts, audiobooks, music mixes and lots more!
How do I get BBC radio?
BBC World Service is always available to listen to online, via iPlayer Radio on your computer and mobile phone – simply visit www.bbcworldservice.com on your phone’s internet browser. Please use the iPlayer Radio help pages to find out more or if you are having any problems listening.
Who’s on BBC Radio London now?
- Early. 01:00. Dotun Adebayo with BBC Radio 5 live16/06/2021. Join Dotun Adebayo with BBC Radio 5 live.
- Morning. 07:00. Vanessa Feltz16/06/2021.
- Afternoon. 13:30. Jo GoodPodcast host Ankur Bahl, Dr Farrukh Shah and composer Tom Donald.
- Evening. 20:00. On air.
- Late. 01:00. Dotun Adebayo with BBC Radio 5 live17/06/2021.
Can I get talkSPORT on FM radio?
What frequency is talkSPORT on? In a world of multiplatform radio, with DAB, FM, HD Radio and radio online, there are many different ways to tune in, whether you want to listen in the car, on the bus or at home.
What station is Radio 5 Live on FM?
|Radio 1||97-99 FM|
|Radio 2||88-91 FM|
|Radio 3||90-93 FM|
|Radio 4||92-95 FM, 103-105 FM (with local variations for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) For Long Wave and Medium Wave frequencies, see below.|
|Radio 5 Live||909/693 MW|
Which radio station is the football on?
BBC Radio 5 Live has been the Premier League’s national radio partner since the League began in 1992.
Can you get Radio 6 FM?
You can listen to 6 Music using a DAB digital radio. This is different to your usual FM radio but is available from your usual hi-fi, car audio and high street shops. Before you buy one, you need to first make sure that you are within range of a digital transmitter.
What are the radio frequencies?
Radios transmit and receive messages on any of millions of possible frequencies. Radio frequencies are expressed in units of Hertz (cycles per second). The units used are usually KHz (kilohertz) and MHz (megahertz).
What radio frequency is talk radio?
The original Talk Radio started in February 1995 using the AM wavelengths previously occupied by BBC Radio 1 (1053/1089 kHz).