Is Smooth Radio AM or FM?
Listen to Smooth Radio on DAB Digital or FM and AM Radio
You can select ‘Smooth Radio’ on DAB digital radio, or listen via 97-108 FM.
What is Smooth FM radio frequency?
It broadcasts to the Greater London area from Croydon transmitting station on 102.2 MHz. It broadcasts a soft adult contemporary radio format from studios in Leicester Square, London. It replaced 102.2 Smooth FM on 26 March 2007.
Is Smooth Radio on medium wave?
Under a franchise agreement, the two companies agreed to retain the Smooth Radio name but relaunched with a mixture of regional content and networked programming from London. Smooth took over Gold’s medium wave frequencies with the exception of London, Manchester and the East Midlands.
What is Capital FM frequency?
Capital Xtra is available on FM in London on 96.9 and 107.1 MHz and nationally on the Digital One DAB multiplex.
What music does Smooth FM play?
102.2 Smooth FM played middle of the road music, soul and R&B during the day and, as part of its licence requirements, focused on jazz music at night. Smooth FM also played specialist jazz and soul shows at weekends, details of which are listed below.
What number is smooth country radio?
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What happened to Smooth Radio?
The refresh has happened following the purchase of GMG Radio by Global Radio, owners of Classic FM, Capital FM, Gold, Heart and Xfm. … Global Radio have opted to replace Smooth Radio with “A service featuring music from the 70s, 80s and early 90s with particular appeal to audiences aged 35-54“.
What radio frequency is talkSPORT?
Radio. talkSPORT is available across the United Kingdom via DAB digital radio and on 1089 or 1053 AM.
What radio frequency is radio1?
|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|