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Willaston (Cheshire West and Chester, England) analogue radio transmitter

Google mapBing mapGoogle Earth53.286,-3.009 or 53°17'9"N 3°0'34"W

The approximate coverage area for each radio station is shown as a coloured area on the map - shown is the official radiation pattern: the terrain and receiver aerial position have to be taken into account for actual reception.

This transmitter has no current reported problems

The BBC and Digital UK report there are no faults or engineering work on the Willaston (Cheshire West and Chester, England) transmitter. Click to recheck [+] 

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Willaston analogue radio transmitter
Flame CCR 1521kHz at 70W

What do the map symbols mean?

 FM/AM radio mast.
Other mapsDAB in Cheshire West and ChesterAM/FM in Cheshire West and Chester

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Malcolm Finlayson
Friday 7 February 2014 3:17PM

Transmitters also at Montrose and Brechin, and Stracathro

Monday 24 March 2014 1:19PM

you will need to change most MW sites that have Gold on them over to smooth. as Gold no longer go out on them. say kent's one's are now transmitting smooth no longer Gold.

Sunday 30 March 2014 1:24PM

***** from <img src="" class="xico" style="vertical-align:text-bottom" alt=" link icon"> link iconBBC Radio 4 LW & Radio 5 Live MW - Droitwich - BBC - FAQs - Home ***

The BBC's Droitwich transmitter will be subject to daily shutdowns on BBC Radio 4 LW, between 10:00-17:30, from Saturday 29 March until Summer 2014. There will also be periods of reduced power for BBC Radio 5 Live MW. This is to enable engineers to work safely, while refurbishing the long wave antenna, and the two masts which support it.

You can use the reception postcode transmitter checker on the BBC Reception Advice website which will give more information on this work, on a day by day basis.

Radio 4 LW will continue to be available on Sky, Freesat and via BBC iPlayer Radio.

Yesterday in Parliament and The Daily Service will continue to be transmitted normally each day.

Radio 5 Live will be available on DAB - subject to a postcode prediction check at the BBC Reception Advice website. The station will also be available on Freeview, Sky, Freesat, Cable and via BBC iPlayer Radio.


Wednesday 16 April 2014 6:50PM

Considering that the BBC were trumpeting the eventual death of 198khz some time ago because of valve expense (apparently-because it doesn't make any sence), I am surprised and delighted that great effort is being made by them to keep this much-valued service alive. Really it should have some kind of protected status as a national tresure/part of our heritage.

For the record, I'm 26 and rely on 198khz to listen to The World Tonight. It's great, as is Analog Radio in general. No DAB here!

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