BBC Radio Devon
|City of license||Plymouth|
103.4 FM, 94.8 FM, 95.7 FM, 96.0 FM, 104.3FM, 801 MW, 990 MW, 855 MW, 1458 MW, DABRDS: BBCDevon
|First air date||17 January 1983|
|Format||Local news, talk and music|
|Audience share||11.8% (March 2011, )|
|Owner||BBC Local Radio,
BBC South West
|Website||BBC Radio Devon|
BBC Radio Devon is the BBC Local Radio service for the English county of Devon. It began transmissions on 17 January 1983, replacing a previous breakfast show (Morning Sou'West) for Devon and Cornwall broadcast on the local frequencies of Radio 4.
Radio Devon is broadcast on the following frequencies from BBC Broadcasting House in Plymouth and St. David's Hill in Exeter (transmitter location in brackets):
- AM (MW):
- DAB - available in Plymouth, Exeter, Torbay and North Devon. Plymouth also broadcasts to South East Cornwall, meaning Radio Cornwall is unavailable on DAB. The DAB feed to Plymouth is independent of the DAB feed to Exeter and Torbay; see Note below
Note: FM, DAB and AM frequencies opt-out every Saturday and most Tuesday Nights to broadcast live sports coverage to specific areas of the county, i.e. Plymouth, Exeter and Torbay. Gordon Sparks is the lead commentator of every Plymouth Argyle league game on the 95.7MHz (Plymouth) frequency.
- Local presenters
- Networked presenters
- BBC Radio Devon
- Media UK - BBC Radio Devon
- History of local radio in Devon.
- Sounds of Brass.
- Barnstaple mast.
- Beacon Hill mast.
- Exeter Pearce's Hill mast.
- Exeter St Thomas mast.
- Huntshaw Cross mast.
- North Hessary Tor mast.
- Okehampton mast.
- Plumer Barracks Plymouth mast.
- Torbay/Occombe mast.