You might recall that I have been recovering from an operation on my leg, so I am unable to leave the flat. This means I have spent a lot of time upgrading UK Free TV.
If you are using a mobile phone or other device with GPS, your location will be detected. Otherwise enter a postcode or national grid co-ordinate and press "PREDICT".
Here's what you will see:
These are fully interactive Google Maps, so you can zoom in as much as you like - and you can even use the Streetview "pegman". Click on a transmitter to see one of the frequencies it covers, or use the list of DAB multiplexes, FM frequencies (in orange) or MW frequencies (in grey).
The map is very nice, but you want to know which stations you can hear? Listed below is an easy to read list that looks like:
Whilst I have done lots of testing, if you can find anything you think isn't right, please let me know. Otherwise please enjoy.
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