Rai Radio FD 5

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Rai Radio 5 Classica
Rai Radio FD5 logo (2010).svg
Broadcast area Italy Italy: DAB and FM in certain areas, DVB-T, Cable radio, Hotbird, Internet
Frequency FM 100.3–106.0 MHz
in five cities
First air date 4 January 1959
Format Classical music
Owner RAI
Sister stations Rai Radio 4 Light
Webcast Real Media
Website [1]

Rai Radio 5 Classica is a radio channel, owned and produced by the Italian State broadcaster RAI, which broadcasts uninterrupted classical music without commercials. It is distributed via:

Radio 5 Classica, unlike its sister channel Radio FD 4, can also be heard on FM in five Italian cities: Rome (on 100.3 MHz), Turin (101.8), Milan (102.2), Naples (103.9), and Ancona (106.0). It is also relayed overnight by Rai Radio 3 (generally between 2.00 and 6.00).


Fd5 filodiffusione auditorium.jpg Rai Radio FD5 logo (2010).svg
2000–2010 2010–present

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