2BE Belfast

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2BE (Defunct)
City of license Belfast
Broadcast area Northern Ireland
Frequency 682 kHz
Format News, information, entertainment
Owner British Broadcasting Company

2BE was the call sign of the first official radio station in Northern Ireland which started broadcasting from Belfast in 1924 on a frequency of 682 kHz. Operated by the British Broadcasting Company, later Corporation, the station was in 1936 subsumed into the Northern Ireland Regional Programme, later to become the Northern Ireland Home Service and then BBC Radio 4 Northern Ireland. 2BE's successor station today is BBC Radio Ulster.

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