Home-Service wavelengths

WAVELENGTHFREQUENCYMAIN AREAS SERVEDTRANSMITTING STATIONS
434 metres692 kc/sLancashire, Yorkshire, Cheshire, Flint, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, LincolnshireMoorside Edge
371 〃809 〃ScotlandWesterglen, Burghead, Redmoss
341 〃881 〃WalesWashford, Penmon, Wrexham
330 〃908 〃London, S.E. England, Home CountiesBrookmans Park
285 〃1052 〃Cornwall, S. Devon, Dorset, Isle of Wight, S. CoastStart Point
276 〃1088 〃Midland Counties and Norwich AreaDroitwich, Norwich
261 〃1151 〃(i) Northern IrelandLisnagarvey, Londonderry
  (ii) N.E. England, Scottish BorderStagshaw
206 〃1457 〃(i) Somerset, S. GloucestershireClevedon
  (ii) S. Hampshire, S. WiltshireBartley

Light-Programme wavelengths

THE MAIN TRANSMISSION COMES FROM A HIGH-POWER TRANSMITTER AT DROITWICH ON 1500 METRES (200 kc/s) AND IS AUDIBLE THROUGHOUT THE BRITISH ISLES.

In addition, there is an auxiliary service on 247 metres (1214 kc/s) having a restricted range, and serving:

Moray Firth area of Scotland
Aberdeen
Edinburgh and Glasgow
Parts of Northern Ireland
Tyneside
S. Lancashire and S.W. Yorkshire
London
Plymouth
Redruth, Cornwall

BBC ENGINEERING INFORMATION DEPARTMENT // AUGUST 1951