What happens if BBC Radio 4 stops broadcasting?

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What is radio broadcasting?

There are many forms of broadcast mediums--television and telecommunications, for instance. All broadcast mediums make use of radio waves to transmit information, but not all broadcast mediums are ... Read More »

When did radio broadcasting begin?

Radio was invented through a series of experiments in the early 1900s, but it took decades for the technology to be improved enough for broadcasting. The first widely-acclaimed broadcast took place... Read More »

When did BBC start radio broadcasting?

What is the broadcasting wavelength for BBC Radio 2?

BBC Radio Two broadcasts on an FM frequency between 88.1 - 90.2 MHz, this corresponds to a radio wavelength between 3.41m and 3.33m respectively.