BBC Radio Shetland

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BBC Radio Shetland
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CityLerwick
Broadcast areaShetland
Frequency92.7 MHz
RDS: BBC SHET
First air date9 May 1977[1]
FormatNews, music, sport, talk
OperatorBBC Scotland
OwnerBBC
Sister stations
WebsiteSchedule listing

BBC Radio Shetland is an opt-out service of BBC Radio Scotland, covering the Shetland Islands, Scotland. The station's studio is located in Pitt Lane, Lerwick.

Radio Shetland has two programme slots, broadcast on Radio Scotland's Shetland frequency (92.7 MHz). It is also possible to listen through a Soundcloud page.

A daily magazine programme, Good Evening Shetland, is broadcast each weekday evening, which includes news and current affairs, weather, fishing reports and public debate. A weekly dedications programme - Give Us A Tune - is broadcast on Friday evenings. The Monday to Thursday winter schedule also contains items on nature, food, football, film, health, politics, music and quizzing.

References[edit]

  1. ^ McDowell, W.H. (1992). The History of BBC Broadcasting in Scotland 1923-1983. Edinburgh University Press. p. 257. ISBN 0-7486-0376-X.