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

Third-Programme wavelengths

464 METRES(647 kc/s)(i) serving places up to about 100 miles from Daventry, Northamptonshire.
  (ii) local services in Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Newcastle-on-Tyne.
194 〃(1546 〃)serving Belfast, Bournemouth, Brighton, Cardiff, Dundee, Exeter, Hull, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Portsmouth, Preston (Lancs.), Plymouth, Redruth, Sheffield, Southampton, and Stockton.
BBC ENGINEERING INFORMATION DEPARTMENT // AUGUST 1951