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From Wikipedia: The first show had started at 0530am on the Light programme but continued with Breakfast Special from Paul Hollingdale as Radio 1 split. In early years, much programming and music was common to both stations, particularly on the shared FM frequency. Radio 1 was targeted at the audience of pirate radio stations whereas Radio 2 settled down as a middle-of-the-road station playing laid-back pop/rock, folk and country, jazz and big-band music, easy listening, light classics, and oldies, with significant amounts of comedy and sport. - link icon read more about BBC Radio 2 on wikipedia (summary by Clipped).

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Saturday, 20 August 2011
Rachel Buchan
4:30 PM

This is ridiculous! I live in the Shetland Islands (where Gaelic has never been spoken). I can get BBC Alba and Radio nan Gaidlich, but no Radio 2 on Freeview. And where the heck it has disappeared to on my radio is anybody's guess! I am very muchly not amused!

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Rachel Buchan's 1 post GB
Monday, 22 August 2011
Tuesday, 20 November 2012
10:19 PM

BBC RADIO2 question

As of this afternoon pretty much all of North Suffolk (well, certainly between Ipswich, Bury & Diss) has been without BBC Radio 2 (89.7FM) ....I can just about pick up 89.1 London
What's going on ?
I note that Tacolneston shows "possible weak signal" but R3 & R4 are loud & clear.

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DavidwFaulkner's 26 posts Bronze Bronze GB
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