BBC Radio Devon

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BBC Radio Devon
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City of license Plymouth
Broadcast area Devon
Frequency

103.4 FM, 94.8 FM, 95.7 FM, 96.0 FM, 104.3FM, 801 MW, 990 MW, 855 MW, 1458 MW, DAB

RDS: BBCDEVON
First air date 17 January 1983
Format Local news, talk and music
Language(s) English
Audience share 11.8% (March 2011, [1])
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.

Frequencies[edit]

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):

Note: FM, DAB and AM radio broadcasts opt-out every Saturday and Most Tuesday Nights to broadcast Sports programs to specific areas of the county, i.e. Plymouth, Exeter and Torbay. Gordon Sparks is the voice of every Plymouth Argyle league game on the 95.7MHz (Plymouth) frequency.

BBC Radio Devon can also be heard online through the BBC iPlayer.

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