What Frequency Is BBC Radio Norfolk Broadcast On?

BBC Radio Norfolk is the BBC’s local radio station for the county of Norfolk. The station broadcasts a range of local news, talk and music programmes with a Norfolk focus.

BBC Radio Norfolk broadcasts on AM, FM, DAB and Freeview within Norfolk. It can also be heard in adjacent areas of East Anglia. If you want to listen to BBC Radio Norfolk from another location, you will need to listen online. Radio Norfolk is available on Freeview, but not on other digital television platforms such as Sky and Virgin Media.

On FM, BBC Radio Norfolk broadcasts on 95.1 MHz in East Norfolk (including Norwich), 95.6 MHz in North Norfolk and 104.4 MHz in West Norfolk. On AM, it broadcasts on 855 kHz in East Norfolk and 873 kHz in West Norfolk.

You shouldn’t need a frequency to tune into BBC Radio Norfolk on DAB—you should be able to find it just by scrolling through the list of stations. If you need to tune in manually, BBC Radio Norfolk uses the DAB frequency 10B (211.648 MHz).

Here’s a summary of where you can and can’t listen to BBC Radio Norfolk:

  • AM radio: 855 kHz (East Norfolk), 873 kHz (West Norfolk)
  • FM radio: 95.1 MHz (East Norfolk & Norwich), 95.6 MHz (North Norfolk), 104.4 MHz (West Norfolk)
  • DAB radio: 10B (211.648 MHz)
  • Freeview: Channel 719
  • Online: Via the BBC Radio Norfolk website or an app

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