How is BBC Radio 1 produced?
The majority of Radio 1 and 1Xtra programmes are long-running strands, produced by a range of in- house BBC departments and independent production companies. A number of commissions to produce programmes across the two networks are usually offered each year – typically in June.
What KHZ is BBC Radio 1?
|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|
How does the BBC Sound work?
The BBC Sounds app is an app you can install on your mobile or tablet to enjoy live and on-demand BBC radio, music mixes and podcasts. It’s completely unique to you as it’s designed to learn from your listening habits.
What is an audio processor radio station?
Every radio station uses a transmission audio processor in front of its transmitter. The processor’s most important function is to control the peak modulation of the transmitter to the legal requirements of the regulatory body in each station’s nation.
Is BBC Radio 1 the same as Radio 1?
Radio 1 or Radio One most commonly refers to: BBC Radio 1, a music radio station from the British public broadcaster. CBC Radio One, a talk radio station operated by the Canadian public broadcaster.
How do I get BBC sound?
You can access BBC Sounds through our website at www.bbc.co.uk/sounds on your computer, laptop, phone or tablet device. There’s also a dedicated BBC Sounds app for mobile and tablet devices. You can also listen to live stations and podcasts through BBC Sounds on many smart speakers and internet radio devices.
Is BBC audio free?
BBC Sounds is available for free from Apple, Google Play, Amazon and online at bbc.co.uk/sounds. Download the free app today and happy listening!
What is BBC Radio 1’s remit?
The remit of Radio 1 is to entertain and engage young listeners with a distinctive mix of new music and speech. Its target audience is 15-29 year olds with a particular focus on younger teenagers.
Is BBC Sounds any good?
The response to BBC Sounds has been overwhelmingly positive with over three quarters rating it as excellent or very good in independent research – however we’ll continue to improve it based on feedback.”