November 2014

Smooth on Digital One (only) has been replaced by Smooth Xmas. This will be replaced by Smooth Xtra on 27 December. (16/11/14)

Smooth East Midlands has joined the Leicester and Derby multiplexes. (16/11/14)

Share Radio has joined the London 3 multiplex. (16/11/14)

Voice of Russia is now Radio Sputnik. (16/11/14)

Eklipse Radio in Scotland will become Rocksport in January. (16/11/14)

The DAB Multiplexes page has been updated with a number of changes to transmitter powers affecting both national and many local multiplexes. (2/11/14)

October 2014

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters in Scotland at Skriaig (5 kW), Thornhill (0.6 kW) and Langholm (0.5 kW). (25/10/14)

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters in Devon at Bampton (0.6 kW), Sidmouth (0.1 kW) and Beer (0.05 kW). (25/10/14)

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters in Southern England at Alton (0.05 kW), Ventnor (0.6 kW), Findon (0.28 kW) and Winterborne Stickland (0.6 kW). (25/10/14)

The BBC has opened a new DAB transmitter at Llandiloes, Wales (0.3 kW). (25/10/14)

Digital One has opened new DAB transmitters at Holcombe Down, Devon and Saddleworth, Greater Mancherster. Further transmitters at Dunkirk, Kent and Hendon, Sunderland will follow shortly. (25/10/14)

A new DAB transmitters for the Exeter and Torbay multiplex has opened at Holcombe Down. (25/10/14)

Two new DAB transmitters for the North Devon multiplex have opened at Okehampton and Barnstaple. (25/10/14)

Two new DAB transmitters for the Surrey multiplex have opened at Hungry Hill and Stoke D'Abernon. (25/10/14)

Two new DAB transmitters for the Herts, Beds and Bucks multiplex will shortly open at Chepping Wycombe and Hemel Hempstead. (25/10/14)

Kiss will shortly leave the Exter and Torbay multiplex. (25/10/14)

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters in Scotland at Melvaig (1.5 kW), Port Ellen (1 kW) and Kirkconnel (1kW). (18/10/14)

The Somerset multiplex launched in September carrying BBC Somerset, Heart, Capital, Smooth and Triple Hits. (18/10/14)

Asian Sound has joined the Bradford, Huddersfield and Halifax multiplex. (18/10/14)

Sunrise Radio has joined the Surrey, Kent, Herts, Beds and Bucks, and Northamptonshire multiplexes. (18/10/14)

Trash Can Radio proposes to join the Surrey multiplex at the end of October. (18/10/14)

Zenith Classic Rock has replaced All 80s on the Irish DB multiplex. (18/10/14)

Capital will shortly replace XFM on the West Wiltshire and Bath multiplex. (18/10/14)

The Fire has left the South Hampshire multiplex. (18/10/14)

Kiss will shortly leave the Bournemouth multiplex. (18/10/14)

August 2014

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Luddenden, West Yorkshire (0.3 kW), East Grinstead, Sussex (0.64 kW), Boars Hill, Oxford (1.2 kW), Rye, Sussex (0.2 kW), and Okehampton, Devon (0.6 kW). (30/8/14)

The DAB Multiplexes page now includes plans for Digital One expansion (as published by the ITU), powers for some of the planned BBC multiplex transmitters (also from the ITU) and proposed frequency changes for some of the local multiplexes (published by Ofcom). (14/8/14)

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire (0.2 kW), Kenley, South London (0.3 kW), Jedburgh, Scottish Borders (0.1 kW), Biggar, South Lanarkshire (0.6 kW), and Saddleworth, Greater Manchester(5/8/14)

Paigham Radio is launching on the Bradford, Huddersfield and Halifax multiplex. (5/8/14)

July 2014

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Leek, Staffordshire (0.6 kW), Darwen, Lancs (0.1 kW), Stocksbridge, South Yorkshire (1.2 kW), Maesteg, South Wales (0.3 kW), and Haslemere, Surrey (0.63 kW). (13/7/14)

The Derbyshire multiplex has now launched, serving Derby and surrounding areas only (Quarndon, 3 kW). (13/7/14)

June 2014

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters in Wales at Clyro (Hay-on Wye, 1.2 kW), Dolgellau (0.64 kW) and Machylleth (0.5 kW). (28/6/14)

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters in England at Ladder Hill, (Chapel-en-le-Frith and Whaley Bridge, Derbyshire, 0.25 kW), Hazler Hill (Church Stretton, Shropshire, 0.65 kW), Whitworth, Lancashire (0.1 kW), Slapton (South Hams, 0.3 kW), Todmorden, West Yorks (1 kW), Nine Barrow Down (East Dorset, 1.53 kW) and Sudbury (Suffolk, 2.4 kW). (28/6/14)

The Derbyshire multiplex will launch shortly, carrying BBC Radio Derby, Capital, Gem, Gold and Heart. (28/6/14)

Wirral Radio (formerly 7 Waves) has joined the NE Wales and West Cheshire multiplex. (28/6/14)

Jack FM Buckinghamshire has joined the Herts, Beds and Bucks and Northamptonshire multiplexes. (28/6/14)

XFM has moved from the London 2 multiplex to the London 1 multiplex. (28/6/14)

LBC News has moved from the London 1 multiplex to the London 2 multiplex. (28/6/14)

The Arrow has moved from the London 3 multiplex to the London 2 multiplex. (28/6/14)

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters in Wales at Aberdare (0.2 kW), Bala (0.3 kW), Betws-y-Coed (0.6 kW), Deiniolen (0.3 kW) and Wrexham (1 kW). (28/6/14)

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters in North Derbyshire at Ashbourne (0.5 kW), Birch Vale (0.05 kW), Bolehill (0.3 kW) and Calver Peak (1 kW). (1/6/14)

The BBC has opened a new DAB transmitters at Thetford MOD in Norfolk (0.25 kW). (1/6/14)

Capital FM (North Wales and North West) has replaced Capital FM (Manchester) on the Liverpool multiplex. (1/6/14)

The London version of Heart has left the South East Wales multiplex; Heart South Wales remains. (1/6/14)

The Daventry transmitter (0.9 kW) joined the Coventry multiplex when West Midlands closed. (1/6/14)

Radio 1035 and Radio 1458 (both also on AM) have joined the London 3 multiplex. (1/6/14)

The London version of Talksport (A long-standing opt-out on AM) will soon join the London 2 multiplex. (1/6/14)

The Scottish version of Talksport (A long-standing opt-out on AM) will soon join the Central Scotland, Aberdeen and Ayr multiplexes. (1/6/14)

April 2014

Smooth Radio will replace Heart London on the Yorkshire multiplex and Real XS will leave the multiplex on 6 May. (25/4/14)

Smooth Radio will at some point be replaced on the Digital 1 multiplex by a station broadcasting music of the 70s, 80s and 90s. (25/4/14)

The Arrow has replaced Real Radio on Satellite. (25/4/14)

Original 106 has left the Aberdeen multiplex. (22/3/14)

"Kismat" has left the London 3 multiplex. (22/3/14)

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Hutton, Weston-super-mare (0.6 kW), Icomb Hill, East Gloucestershire (1 kW), Leamington Spa (0.1 kW) and Penicuik, Lothian (1 kW). (25/4/14)

March 2014

LBC has joined the Digital 1 multiplex (replacing Jazz FM). (22/3/14)

From 24 March, Smooth Radio replaces Gold on DAB in Kent, Sussex, South Hampshire, Bournemouth, Exter and Torbay, North Devon, Plymouth, Avon, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Thames Valley, Oxfordshire, Herts, Beds & Bucks, Northamptonshire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Essex and South Wales . Gold continues only in London, Leicester, Nottingham and Yorkshire. The status of Gold on the forthcoming Derby multiplex is unknown. (22/3/14)

Original 106 has joined the Aberdeen multiplex. (22/3/14)

Bob FM has joined the Herts, Beds and Bucks and Northamptonshire multiplexes. (22/3/14)

Radio Yorkshire has joined the Yorkshire multiplex. (22/3/14)

January 2014

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Basingstoke (1 kW), Farthinghoe (1.2 kW) and Northampton (2 kW). (4/1/14)

The Gloucestershire, Hereford and Worcester, and Surrey DAB multiplexes have opened. (4/1/14)

The Derby DAB multiplex will launch in 2014. (4/1/14)

The Second National Commercial DAB multiplex will be re-advertised in 2014. Multiplexes for Suffolk and Cumbria will also be advertised. (4/1/14)

Jazz FM has left the Digital One multiplex and joined the London 2 multiplex. (4/1/14)

Radio XL has joined the Wolverhampton and Shropshire multiplex. (4/1/14)

Q102.9 has left the Northern Ireland multiplex. (4/1/14)

Gold and Lincs FM have left the Humberside multiplex. The Wireless and Choice have left the Yorkshire multiplex. (4/1/14)

Kisstory will open on DAB in 2014. It is not known whether this will be on Digital One or local multiplexes. (4/1/14)

October 2013

The BBC has announced plans to open 162 new DAB transmitters by the end of 2015, starting with Basingstoke. Most of these transmitters are now listed on the DAB Multiplexes page. (27/10/13)

Capital Xtra (formerly Choice) has replaced Smooth 70s on the Digital One multiplex. Smooth London has replaced Choice on the London 1 multiplex.(12/10/13)

The North West regional multiplex closed on 24/9/13. Capital, Real and Smooth have moved to the Manchester, Merseyside and Lancashire multiplexes. Gold, Heart, Read Radio XS, LBC, TWR, UCB Gospel and UCB Inspirational have left DAB in this region. (12/10/13)

Gold has left the Manchester multiplex and XFM has left the Merseyside and Lancashire multiplexes.(12/10/13)

Reading 107 has joined the Thames Valley DAB multiplex.(12/10/13)

September 2013

The West Midlands multiplex closed on 27/8/13. Capital, Heart, Pnajab Radio and Smooth have moved to the Birmingham, Wolverhampton & Shropshire, and Coventry multiplexes. Kerrang has moved to the Birmingham multiplex only. Choice, Radio XL, Real XS, UCB Gospel and UCB Inspiration have left DAB in this region. XFM has left the Wolverhampton & Shropshire and Coventry multiplexes, but remains on the Birmingham multiplex. (8/9/13)

Real XS has joined the Ayr multiplex.(8/9/13)

July 2013

The Digital One multiplex is now available in Northern Ireland. Classic FM, Kiss, Talksport and UBC have left the Northern Ireland multiplex. (28/7/13)

In Central Scotland, Capital, Heart, Smooth and Kerrang have moved to the Glasgow and Edinburgh multiplexes. The Hits has joined the Glasgow and Edinburgh multiplexes. Real XS has moved to the Central Scotland multiplex. Central FM has joined the Central Scotland multiplex and Eclipse will join it there. Gold, Kiss, Sunrise and XFM have left DAB in this region. (28/7/13)

The North East multiplex closes on 29/7/13. Capital and Real have moved to the Teeside and Tyne and Wear multiplexes. Smooth has joined the North East multiplex. Choice, Gold, Heart, Kiss, LBC, Panjab Radio, Real XS, UCB Gospel, UCB Inspiration and XFM have left DAB in this region. (28/7/13)

The Severn Estuary multiplex closes on 29/7/13. The Cardiff and Newport multiplex will move to 12C and extend to the valleys on 30/7/13. Heart, Nation, Nation Hits and Real have moved to the Cardiff and Newport multiplex. Real is also now on the Swansea multiplexes. Choice, Kiss, LBC, Mountain FM, Real XS, UCB Gospel, UCB Inspiration and XFM have left DAB in South Wales. (28/7/13)

The Severn Estuary multiplex closes on 29/7/13. Capital has moved to the Bristol and Bath multiplex. Choice, Kiss, LBC, Mountain FM, Nation, Nation Hits, Real Radio, Real XS, UCB Gospel, UCB Inspiration and XFM have left DAB in Avon and Somerset. Capital and Heart have also left DAB in Somerset only. (28/7/13)

Kiss has also left the Kent, Sussex, South Hampshire, Swansea, Bristol & Bath, Birmingham, Coventry, Wolverhampton, Stoke, Leicester, Nottingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Lancashire, Leeds, Bradford, South Yorkshire, Humberside, Ayr, Dundee, Aberdeen, Inverness, Cambridge, Norwich and Peterborough multiplexes. (28/7/13)

Radio Essex has joined the Essex multiplex. It shares programmes with Chelmsford Radio and Southend Radio. (28/7/13)

Black Cat Radio has left the Peterborough multiplex. (28/7/13)

Amazing Radio has joined the London 2 Multiplex. (28/7/13)

Kisstory has replaced Q radio on freeview. (28/7/13)

Punjabi radio has closed. (28/7/13)

Sunrise Radio has left DAB in the Midlands and digital satellite. (28/7/13)

April 2013

Kiss (in mono) has joined the Digital One Multiplex. It currently remains on local multiplexes (in stereo), but is likely to leave them in the summer. (7/4/13)

The Herts, Beds and Bucks DAB Multiplex has launched on Block 10 and the Northamptonshire multiplex has launched on Block 10C. Both multiplexes are initially carrying BBC Three Counties Radio, BBC Radio Northampton, Capital, Connect FM, Gold, Heart and MKFM. (7/4/13)

The North East Wales, Chester and Wirral DAB Multiplex has launched on on Block 10D. It isinitially carrying BBC Radio Cymru, BBC Radio Wales, Dee FM, Juice FM, Nation Radio and Real Radio Wales. (7/4/13)

NME Radio has closed. (7/4/13)

December 2012

The Oxfordshire DAB Multiplex is testing on Block 10B. It will initially carry BBC Radio Oxford, Capital, Gold, Heart and Jack FM. (16/12/12)

The North East Wales, Chester and Wirral DAB Multiplex will launch shortly. (16/12/12)

The Hits (in mono) has joined the Birmingham, Manchester, Lancashire, Merseyside, Leeds, South Yorkshire, Humberside, Teeside and Tyneside multiplexes. (16/12/12)

LBC has left the Edinburgh, Glasgow and Yorkshire multiplexes. It has been replaced by Gold on Yorkshire. (16/12/12)

Nostalgia station, The Wireless, has launched on the London 2 and Yorkshire multiplexes. (16/12/12)

KMFM Extra has closed and been replaced by KMFM on the Kent multiplex. (16/12/12)

The Breeze has closed on DAB. It continues on FM. (16/12/12)

Smile Radio Sussex (Nostalgia format) has relaced Juice on Sussex DAB. (16/12/12)

The Manchester multiplex has opened a 0.5 kW transmitter at Sutton Common. (16/12/12)

The South Yorkshire multiplex has opened a 1 kW transmitter at Chesterfield. (16/12/12)

Radio XL has moved from the Birmingham multiplex to the West Midlands multiplex. (16/12/12)

July 2012

Smooth Radio 70s has launched on Digital One. (8/7/12)

Amazing Radio has closed on Digital One. (8/7/12)

Absolute Radio Extra has closed. (8/7/12)

The BBC, London 1 and London 3 multiplexes have opened 0.8 kW transmitters at BT Tower in Central London. The Digital One transmitter has increased power to 0.8 kW and the London 2 transmitter to 0.7 kW. (8/7/12)

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Broughton Moor (Workington, Cumbria, 1.3 kW), Knott Farm (Tebay, Cumbria, 1 kW), Coker Hill (Yeovil, Somerset, 2 kW), Shaftesbury (North Dorset, 2 kW), Trencreek (Newquay, Cornwall, 0.5 kW), Copt Oak (Leicestershire, 1.5 kW), Conway (North Wales, 0.5 kW) Varteg Hill (West Glamorgan, 0.6 kW), Ben Gullipen (Central Scotland, 2 kW), Bressay (Shetland, 4.5 kW), Scalloway (Shetland, 0.1 kW), South Knapdale (Argyll, 5 kW), Camlough (Newry, Northerm Ireland, 3 kW), and Newcastle (Northern Ireland, 2 kW). (8/7/12)

Real Radio XS has closed on the London 1 multiplex. (8/7/12)

The Hits and Kerrang have moved from the London 2 to the London 1 multiplex. (8/7/12)

Chill has moved to the London 3 multiplex and LBC News to the London 1 multiplex. (8/7/12)

Chill and Sunrise have left the Birmingham multiplex. (8/7/12)

In Leicester, A Plus is now Sanshar Radio. (8/7/12)

November 2011

Absolute Radio 60s will launch on 22 November on the London 3, Ayr, Cardiff & Newport, Coventry, Exeter & Torbay, Swindon, Tyneside, Teeside, Leeds, Humberside, South Yorkshire, Lancashire and Merseyside multiplexes. (13/11/11)

Absolute Radio 70s will launch on 29 November on the London 2 multiplex. (13/11/11)

In England, the BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Penaligon Downs (Bodmin, Cornwall, 1.2 kW), Holcombe Down (Teignmouth, Devon, 0.5 kW), Quarndon (Derby, 3 kW), Hendon (Sunderland, 1.2 kW), Les Platons (Jersey, 2 kW), St Mawes Water Tower (Falmouth, Cornwall, 0.5 kW), Epping Green (Hertfordshire, 0.6 kW) and Stockend Wood (Stroud, Gloucestershire, 1.2 kW). (13/11/11)

In Wales, the BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Llanelli (0.6 kW), Carmarthen (0.6 kW), Llandinam (Newtown, Powys, 2 kW), Llandrindod Wells (Powys, 5 kW), Greenhill (Pembroke and Milford Haven, 1 kW), Pontypool (Gwent, 1 kW) and Heolgerrig (Merthyr Tydfil, 1 kW). (13/11/11)

In Scotland, the BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Clettraval (North Uist, 2 kW), Earls Hill (Stirlingshire, 2 kW), Pitlochry (Perthshire, 1 kW) and Crumhaugh Hill (Hawick Borders, 1 kW). (13/11/11)

Real Radio XS (formerly Rock Radio) has replaced Jazz FM on the London 1, West Midlands and North West multiplexes . (13/11/11)

In Scotland, Real Radio XS (formerly Rock Radio) is now on the Central Scotland multiplex, Smooth is on the Glasgow and Edinburgh multiplexes and Jazz FM has left the Glasgow multiplex. (13/11/11)

Traffic Radio has closed on all multiplexes where it featured. (13/11/11)

The Bay and Community station Mountain FM have joined the Severn Estuary multiplex. (13/11/11)

Voice of Russia has joined the London 2 multiplex. (13/11/11)

Community Station Angel Radio has joined the South Hampshire multiplex. (13/11/11)

NME Radio has joined the Reading and Basingstoke multiplex. (13/11/11)

May

Kiss has joined the Nottingham, Leicester and South Hampshire multiplexes. (01/05/11)

NME radio has joined the Bristol & Bath, Essex, Exeter & Torbay, Cambridge, Norwich and Peterborough multiplexes. (01/05/11)

XFM has left the South Hampshire multiplex. (01/05/11)

Passion for the Planet has left all remaining DAB multiplexes. (01/05/11)

April

Radio 7 becomes Radio 4 Extra on 2 April.(01/04/11)

Jazz FM has joined the Digital One multiplex.(01/04/11)

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Chepping Wycombe (High Wycombe, 0.6 kW), Haslingden (South Lancs, 1 kW), Malvern (Worcestershire, 5 kW), Bridlington (East Yorks, 1.5 kW), Penmaen Rhos (Colwyn Bay, 0.6 kW), Stanton Moor (Matlock and Bakewell, 1.8 kW) and Eitshal (Isle of Lewis, 5 kW). (01/04/11)

Panjab Radio has joined the North East multiplex.(01/04/11)

FX Asia has closed on the West Midlands multiplex.(01/04/11)

Gaydar has closed on satellite only.(01/04/11)

January

Gold has moved from the Lancashire, Liverpool, Teeside and Tyneside multiplexes to the North West and North East multiplexes. (23/01/11)

The Arrow has closed on the North East, North West, Humberside, Leeds and South Yorkshire multiplexes. (23/01/11)

Heart has replaced Galaxy on the Leicester and Nottingham multiplexes. Galaxy has become Capital FM on all other multiplexes. (23/01/11)

Kiss has replaced Magic on the Aberdeen, Ayr, Birmingham, Bradford, Huddersfield and Halifax, Dundee and Perth, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Kent, Northern Ireland, Stoke, Sussex and Swansea multiplexes. (23/01/11)

Kiss has replaced Magic on the Inverness multiplex. (23/01/11)

Magic has closed on the Cambridge, Norwich and Peterborough multiplexes. (23/01/11)

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters in Ivybridge (Devon, 0.25 kW), Rothesay (West Scotland, 1 kW) and Sewards End (NW Essex, 1 kW). (23/01/11)

LBC News has launched on Sky channel 0124 with LBC moving to 0112. (23/01/11)

December 2010

Absolute Radio 90s has left all local multiplexes, broadcasts only on the Digital One Multiplex. (22/12/10)

Absolute Radio 00s has launched on the London 2 multiplex. (22/12/10)

Absolute Radio Classic Rock has launched on the Ayr, Bath and West Wiltshire, Cardiff and Newport, Coventry, Exeter and Torbay, Humberside, Lancashire, Leeds, Liverpool, South Yorkshire, Teeside and Tyneside multiplexes. (22/12/10)

The Arrow has replaced Galaxy on the London 3 Multiplex. (22/12/10)

IBC Asia has launched on the London 3 Multiplex. (22/12/10)

The BBC has opened up several new DAB transmitters in Northern Ireland: Enniskillen (0.5 kW), Maddybenny Moor (Coleraine, 1.5 kW), Carnmoney Hill, (NE Belfast, 1.0 kW) and Tully Quarry (Balemena, 0.6 kW). (22/12/10)

The BBC has opened up several new DAB transmitters in South West England: North Hessary Tor (Devon & East Cornwall, 3.2 kW), Bridport (West Dorset, 0.2 kW), Tiverton (East Devon, 0.2 kW), Helston (West Cornwall, 1 kW) and Kingsbridge (South Devon, 0.5 kW). (22/12/10)

The BBC has opened up new DAB transmitters at Wrotham (10 kW), serving South East England, and Littleborough (Rochdale, 0.6 kW). (22/12/10)

Digital One has opened up a new DAB transmitters at Wrotham (5 kW), serving South East England. (22/12/10)

The London 1, 2 and 3 multiplexes have opened transmitters at Wrotham (5 kW). (22/12/10)

October

Smooth Radio now broadcasts on the Digital One Multiplex. (31/10/10)

Smooth Radio has been replaced by Radio Francaise de Londres (French Radio London_ on the London 2 multiplex. (31/10/10)

Smooth Radio has been replaced by Rock Radio on the Yorkshire and Severn Estuary multiplexs. (31/10/10)

The BBC has opened up several new DAB transmitters in Scotland: Rosneath, Firth of Clyde (1.8 kW); Drumcarrow Craig, Fife (1.2 kW); Millburn Muir, Dumbarton (0.4 kW); Tay Bridge, Dundee (0.6 kW); Balgownie, Aberdeen (0.3 kW). (31/10/10)

The BBC has opened up new DAB transmitters in Larne, Northern Ireland (0.2 kW); Mendlesham, Suffolk (4.3 kW); and Geddington, Northants (5 kW). (31/10/10)

NME Radio has left the Digital One and London 3 multiplexes, but opened on the Cardiff and Newport multiplex. (31/10/10)

Absolute Radio Extra and Absolute Radio 90s have launched on the Digital One Multiplex, sharing a mono channel. (31/10/10)

Absolute Radio 90s now broadcasts on the Cardiff and Newport, Bristol and Bath, Thames Valley, Essex and Swindon multiplexes. (31/10/10)

Passion for the Planet and Choice have left the London 3 multiplex. (31/10/10)

Galaxy, Rainbow Christian Radio and Desi Radio have joined the London 3 multiplex. (31/10/10)

Choice have joined the London 3 multiplex, replacing Galaxy. (31/10/10)

Breeze has joined the South Hampshire multiplex. (31/10/10)

KM-FM Extra has relaunched on the Kent multiplex. (31/10/10)

June

Absolute 80s has joined the Digital One multiplex. (06/06/10)

Absolute 90s will replace Absolute 80s on DAB in London. (06/06/10)

Panjab Radio has left the Digital One multiplex, but continues on local DAB. (06/06/10)

Q Radio has left the London 3 DAB multiplex. It will be replaced by IBC Tamil. (06/06/10)

Smooth will replace Jazz FM on the Severn Estuary DAB multiplex. (06/06/10)

Islam Radio has closed on Satellite. (06/06/10)

April

The BBC has opened up several new DAB transmitters in Scotland: Cambret Hill, Dumfries & Galloway (1.2 kW); Barskeoch Hill, Dumfries & Galloway (2 kW); Stranraer, Dumfries & Galloway (0.8 kW); Grantown, Highland (1.2 kW); Kingussie, Highland (0.6 kW); Mormond Hill, Peterhead & Fraserburgh (3 kW). (11/04/10)

TWR has launched on the North West multiplex. (11/04/10)

My Baby Radio has launched on the Stoke multiplex. (11/04/10)

Sanjhi Awaz Radio launches on the West Midlands multiplex on 15 April. (11/10/09)

January

Frequency Finder UK City Lists will not be updated for the foreseeable future. Station directories, Multiplex listings and FM/AM listings by frequency will be updated later this year. (31/01/10)

The BBC has opened up several new DAB transmitters: Crieff, Perthshire (0.6 kW); Monmouth, Gwent (0.1 kW); Dursley, Gloucestershire (0.25 kW); Truro, Cornwall (0.5 kW); Keswick, Cumbria (1 kW); Eglwysilan, serving Pontypridd, Mid Glamorgan (1.2kW); Rhondda, Mid Glamorgan (1 kW); Oban, Argyll (1.2 kW); WIndermere, Cumbria (1 kW); St Austell, Cornwall (1 kW); Cow Hill, serving Ft William, Highlands (1 kW). (31/01/10)

NME Radio has launched on the Digital One DAB multiplex. (31/01/10)

Digital One have added a transmitter at Hungry Hill, NE Hampshire and closed their Uxbridge transmitter. (31/01/10)

Fun Kids has left satellite. (31/01/10)

UCB Gospel has replaced UCB UK on the NE, NW, Yorkshire, West Midlands and Severn Estuary multiplexes. (31/01/10)

UCB Inspiration has replaced UCB UK on all other local multiplexes. (31/01/10)

November 2009

UCB UK and Panjab Radio will both launch on the Digital One DAB multiplex on 1 December. (21/11/09)

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Hemdean (0.5 kW), serving Reading; Long Mountain (1.0 kW), serving the Welshpool area; Morpeth (1.1 kW), serving southern Northumberland; Mynydd Baeden (1.0 kW), serving the Bridgend area; and Fishguard (0.2 kW), serving Fishguard in Pembrokeshire. 21/11/09)

Absolute Extreme will be replaced by Absolute 80s (playing 80s music). (21/11/09)

October

Our Kind of Music will close on DAB. (11/10/09)

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Athelstaneford (1 kW), serving East Lothian; Eyemouth (2 kW), serving the Border coast; Llandecwyn (0.5 kW), serving the Porthmadog area of Wales; and Mow Cop (2 kW), serving the Stoke-on-Trent area. 11/10/09)

Absolute CTRL on the London 3 multiplex is now Dabbl, broadcast evenings only. 11/10/09)

Galaxy South Coast will replace Galaxy Digital on the Plymouth, Cornwall, Exeter & Torbay, Bournemouth, Sussex Coast and Kent multiplexes. (11/10/09)

A number of stations will move multiplex in London: Heart, Galaxy and Chill to 1; Gold and XFM to 2 and Choice to 3. (11/10/09)

September

Chill is to be replaced by LBC on the Edinburgh and Glasgow multiplexes. (15/09/09)

XFM will replace The Arrow on the Yorkshire multiplex, boosting coverage. The Arrow will replace XFM on the Leeds & Wakefield, South Yorkshire and Humberside multiplexes. (15/09/09)

August

Premier Christian Radio will join the Digital One multiplex on 21st September. 23/08/09)

Absolute CTRL is testing on the London 3 multiplex. 23/08/09)

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Eston Nab (1 kW), serving Teeside; Llangollen (5 kW), serving North East Wales, Merseyside, Cheshire and North Shropshire; and Foel Fynyddau (1 kW), serving Neath and Port Talbot. 16/08/09)

Chill has been replaced by Choice on the Bristol and Cardiff/Newport multiplexes. (16/08/09)

Choice has been replaced by Galaxy on the Severn Estuary multiplex. (16/08/09)

XFM has moved from the Bristol and Cardiff/Newport multiplexes to the Severn Estuary multiplex. (16/08/09)

Chill has closed on the Coventry and Wolverhampton/Shropshire multiplexes. (16/08/09)

Chill will be replaced by Galaxy on the Bournemouth, Cambridge, Exeter & Torbay, Kent, Norwich, Peterborough, Plymouth, Cornwall, Thames Valley, Essex, Sussex and Swindon multiplexes. (01/08/09 updated 16/08/09)

XFM will join the Peterborough multiplex. (01/08/09)

The Arrow has been replaced on satellite by ILM. (01/08/09)

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Holyhead South Stack on Anglesey and Wharfedale, West Yorks (both 1 kW) 01/08/09)

June

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Armagh, Northern Ireland and Membury, West Berks (both 5 kW) 19/06/09)

New music station Amazing Radio has launched nationally on the Digital One multiplex for a 6 month trial. 19/06/09)

Fun Kids will broadcast nationally on the Digital One multiplex for a 14 week trial from 27th June to 1st October. 19/06/09)

Club Asia and Adventist radio are to leave satellite.19/06/09)

May

The BBC has opened a new transmitter at Aldeburgh(1.8 kW), serving Eastern Suffolk. (23/05/09)

Q, Heat, Kerrang, The Hits and Smash Hits will be leaving the Sky and cable platforms. (23/05/09)

Digital One has opened a new transmitter at Taunton. (10/05/09)

The BBC has opened a new transmitter at Truleigh Hill (1.8 kW), serving the Worthing, Hove and Burgess Hill area in Sussex. (10/05/09)

Choice and LBC News will shortly swap DAB multiplexes in London. (10/05/09)

NME Radio will launch on the third London DAB multiplex. (10/05/09)

Rock Radio North East has closed with a relay of Rock Radio Manchester taking its place on the North East DAB multiplex. (10/05/09)

April

BFBS Radio has returned to the Digital One DAB multiplex. (26/04/09)

Zee radio (on London DAB and satellite) will close at the end of April. (26/04/09)

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Beecroft Hill, Leeds (1.9 kW) and West Runton (1 kW) for North Norfolk. (26/04/09)

March

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Wye (0.5 kW) for Ashford, Kent, Braid Hills (1 kW) for Edinburgh and Great Yarmouth (0.5 kW). (30/03/09)

Digital One has opened a new DAB transmitter at Braid Hills, Edinburgh.(30/03/09)

Focal Radio on the Stoke DAB multiplex has re-opened. (30/03/09)

Chill has been removed from the Leicester, Nottingham, Swindon and West Wiltshire multiplexes. (30/03/09)

Talk and Soul station Colourful Radio has launched on the London 3 DAB multiplex. (30/03/09)

February

The BBC has opened a new DAB transmitter at Clifton (2 kW), serving Doncaster and North Nottinghamshire. (28/02/09)

Gold has replaced The Arrow on the Central Scotland DAB multiplex. (28/02/09)

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Whitby, North Yorkshire (1 kW) and Toot Hill, Southampton (1 kW). (13/02/09)

Focal Radio on the Stoke DAB multiplex has closed. (13/02/09)

January

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Crockerton, West Wiltshire (0.5 kW) and Thanet, East Kent (0.7 kW). (31/01/09)

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Chesterfield (1 kW) and Oulton Park (0.95 kW), serving Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth. (25/01/09)

Zee Radio has launched on satellite channel 0215 (Sky EPG). (25/01/09)

Slough community radio station Asian Star will shortly replace Polskie Radio London on satellite channel 0213 (Sky EPG). (25/01/09)

UCB will join the Northern Ireland DAB multiplex in mono on 31 January. (25/01/09)

December 2008

Islam radio in Bradford has closed. (21/12/08)

Asian station Zee Radio will launch on satellite early in the new year. (12/12/08)

UCB Gospel has replaced UCB Talk on satellite channel 0135. UCB Ireland has launched on channel 0214. (12/12/08)

Polskie Radio London is broadcasting on satellite channel 0213 with the label PRL24. (12/12/08)

November

A number of satellite stations have changed Sky EPG channel number: 0111 Heart, 0112 Galaxy, 0113 XFM, 0124 LBC, 0171 Fun and 0177 Chill . (28/11/08)

Mojo Radio will close on 30 November. (8/11/08)

The Jazz has closed on satellite and cable, replaced by Chill. (8/11/08)

Kismat Radio has replaced Easy Radio on the London 3 multiplex. (8/11/08)

Coast (formerly Original 106) is replacing Radio Hampshire on the South Hampshire multiplex. (8/11/08)

Coast (formerly Original 106) is replacing Passion for the Planet on the Bournemouth multiplex. (8/11/08)

Contemporary hits station KMFM Extra is replacing KMFM Digital on the Kent multiplex. (8/11/08)

October

Jazz FM has replaced Real Radio on the London 2, West Midlands and North West multiplexes (Rock Radio never launched on DAB in the North West). Jazz FM has replaced Smooth on the Severn Estuary multiplex. Jazz FM has replaced the London verion of Absolute/Virgin on satellite channel 0202. (18/10/08)

Big L has closed on satellite channel 0190. (18/10/08)

September

The BBC has added DAB transmitters at Arfon (4 kW) and Abergavenny (0.5 kW), both in Wales. (28/09/08)

August

The BBC has added a DAB transmitter at Mapperley Ridge (1 kW), improving reception in Nottingham. (31/08/08)

Nation Radio has left DAB. (09/08/08)

Local station Focal Radio will launch on the Stoke DAB multiplex. (09/08/08)

The BBC has added DAB transmitters at Taunton (1 kW) and Oliver's Mount, Scarborough (2 kW). (09/08/08)

July

The BBC has added a DAB transmitter at Buxton (1 kW). (12/07/08)

June

NME Radio is testing on satellite channel 0184. (07/06/08)

The BBC has opened a new 1.6 kW DAB transmitter in Strabane, Northern Ireland. (07/06/08)

May

Kiss 100 will also be replaced by Magic 105.4 on the Northern Ireland DAB multiplex. (31/05/08)

Smash Hits has been replaced by Heat on the Stoke, Swansea and West Yorkshire DAB multiplexes. (25/05/08)

Smash Hits has been replaced by Magic 105.4 on the Cambridge, Norfolk and Peterborough DAB multiplexes. (25/05/08)

Smash Hits has closed on the Central Scotland DAB multiplexes. (25/05/08)

Kiss 100 has been replaced by Magic 105.4 on the Ayr, Birmingham, Dundee & Perth, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Kent, Stoke, Sussex, Swansea and West Yorkshire DAB multiplexes. (25/05/08)

Arrow Rock has been replaced by Q Radio on the London 3 DAB multiplex. (25/05/08)

April

The Jazz has closed on DAB, but remains on satellite. (06/04/08)

BFBS has closed on DAB, but remains on satellite. (06/04/08)

Capital Life has closed. (06/04/08)

Xpress Radio has left the Cardiff and Newport DAB multiplex. (06/04/08)

March

The Jazz (and Capital Life?) will close at midnight between 31 March and 1 April. (29/03/08)

African Music station Hot Radio has started on satellite channel 0212. (15/03/08)

Digital One's Oliver's Mount (Scarborough), Whitby and Bridlington transmitters are now operating, extending coverage to 90% of the population. (15/03/08)

Smooth 97.5/107.7 will repalce Smooth 102.2 on the Yorkshire DAB Multiplex. (02/03/08)

Radio Acen on the Swansea DAB multiplex is closing. (02/03/08)

Student station Xpress Radio has been added to the Cardiff and Newport DAB Multiplex. (02/03/08)

February

Rock Radio North East will launch as a separate station on the North East DAB multiplex (repalcing Real Radio) on 1st April. (16/02/08)

Asian station Zee Radio has launched on the Switch DAB multiplex in London. (16/02/08)

January

MuxCo has won the Gloucestershire multiplex. BBC Radio Gloucester, Severn Sound, Gold, Star 107.5, Easy Radio, UCB UK and Traffic Radio will be carried. New stations Local Live, Smithy Rock, Shuffle and a further Rock & Pop station are proposed. (26/01/08)

MuxCo are the only applicants for the Lincolnshire multiplex. BBC Radio Lincolnshire, Lincs FM, Compass FM, Easy Radio, UCB UK and Traffic Radio will be carried. New stations Lincs Country and Shuffle are proposed. (26/01/08)

Traffic Radio is now broadcasting on the Stoke and the Bradford, Halifax and Huddersfield multiplexes. (26/01/08)

BFBS Radio has replaced Core on the Digital One multiplex. BFBS broadcasts contemporary hit music in stereo and is also available on satellite channel 0211. Core has closed completely. (12/01/08)

Oneword radio has closed. On the Digital One multiplex, it has been temporarily replaced by the birdsong test transmission. (12/01/08)

The Jazz is now broadcasting in stereo on the Digital One multiplex. (12/01/08)

Fun Radio has cut back its DAB coverage to London only. (12/01/08)

Rainbow Radio, broadcasting African Music and talk, has replaced Virgin Radio Groove on the London 3 multiplex. (12/01/08)

Rock Radio is to replace Real Radio on the North West and North East regional multiplexes. (12/01/08)

New FM station City Talk will broadcast on the Merseyside multiplex. (12/01/08)

The BBC has opened a new DAB transmitter at Douglas on the Isle of Man. (12/01/08)

Starpoint Radio has launched on satellite channel 0184 (the "Radio" channel). (12/01/08)

December 2007

The BBC DAB transmitter at Massingham East (not Gt Massingham) is operating at 1.2 kW. This completes the BBC's current phase of DAB coverage expansion. (16/12/07)

The BBC, Digital One and Now Digital transmitters at Tunbridge Wells have opened. The BBC and Digital One powers are 0.7 kW while the Now Digital power is 1 kW. (9/12/07)

The Digital One transmitters at Bridlington (1 kW) and Eastbourne have opened. (9/12/07)

November

Virgin Radio Groove is to close and the launch of Virgin Radio Viva has been cancelled. (25/11/07)

Digital One has opened transmitters at Workington (Cumbria) and Chesterfield, both at 1 kW (25/11/07)

The Oxfordshire DAB multiplex has been awarded to GCap Media. Proposed stations are BBC Radio Oxford, Fox FM, Oxford's 107.9, Jack, XFM, MY FM, Traffic Radio, UCB and an Adult Contemporary station. (11/11/07)

Panjab Radio and Asian FX (instead of Urban Asia) have replaced Jazzfm.com on the West Midlands DAB multiplex. (11/11/07)

Ofcom will advertise DAB multiplexes for Somerset and North Wales in early 2008. (11/11/07)

October

The Northamptonshire DAB multiplex has been awarded to GCap Media. Proposed stations are BBC Radio Northampton, Northants FM, Gold , XFM, Connect, Jack, Traffic Radio, UCB, Sabras Sound and an Adult Contemporary station. (14/10/07)

Polskie Radio London launches on DAB today. (07/10/07)

The BBC and Digital One have opened DAB transmitters at Whitehaven and Selkirk. (07/10/07)

Asian station Zee Radio will launch on the London 2 DAB multiplex. (07/10/07)

Urban Asia will launch on the West Midlands DAB multiplex. (07/10/07)

Satellite station Radio Music Shop has closed. (07/10/07)

September

Heat Radio is now in stereo on DAB. (22/09/07)

Insight radio is now on Satellite channel 0188. (22/09/07)

The BBC DAB transmitter at Burton Down in Sussex is now on air at 0.125 kW. (22/09/07)

MuxCo has won the Wrexham and Chester multiplex. BBC Radios Cymru and Wales, Marcher Sound, Gold, Dee 106.3, Juice FM (Liverpool) and Jack FM will be carried. New stations Easy Radio and Wales Live are proposed, while addition of Traffic Radio is likely. (09/09/07)

MuxCo has won the Hereford and Worcester multiplex. BBC Hereford and Worcester, Wyvern FM, Sunchine 954, UCB UK and Traffic Radio will be carried. New stations Easy Radio, Local Live, Smithy Rock and Shuffle are proposed. (09/09/07)

Heat Radio coverage will shortly expand to the Glasgow, Edinburgh, Ayr, Dundee & Perth, Inverness, Northern Ireland, Manchester and Birmingham multiplexes. Magic will close on the Birmingham multiplex. In London, Heat and Smash Hits will swap multiplexes. (09/09/07)

Panjab Radio will replace Jazzfm.com on the West Midlands multiplex on 1st November. (09/09/07)

Day One Radio has closed on the Wolverhampton and Shropshire Multiplex. (09/09/07)

UCB UK and UCB Inspirational will launch on the Severn Estuary, West Modlands, North West, Yorkshire and North East regional multiplexes on 1st October. Jazzfm.com will close on the Severn Estuary multiplex. (01/09/07)

August

Digital One has opened its Newhaven transmitter. (19/08/07)

Talk 107 will shortly join the Central Scotland DAB multiplex. (12/08/07)

Heat has announced proposals to expand DAB coverage when it intorduces programming in September. This is likely to be at the expense of Smash Hits. (03/08/07)

July

It has been confirmed that Core and Capital Life are to close once replacement stations have been found for the Digital One multiplex. The TV services on Digital One will cease on or before 9 June 2008. (28/07/07)

Digital One has opened a new transmitter in Odiham, North East Hampshire. (28/07/07)

The new national DAB multiplex has been awarded to 4Digital. It will launch within a year, carrying E4 Radio, Channel 4 Radio, Pure 4, Closer, Virgin Radio Viva, Original, Talk Radio, Sky News Radio, Sunrise and Radio Disney. (07/07/07)

The Derbyshire DAB multiplex has been awarded to GCap Media. Proposed stations are BBC Radio Derby, Ram FM, Classic Gold GEM, XFM, Smooth Radio, Heart, Galaxy, Peak FM and UCB. Traffic Radio is also likely to be carried. (07/07/07)

Smash Hits has closed on the Merseysice, Manchester, Lancashire, Leeds, South Yorkshire, Humberside, Teeside and Tyne & Wear multiplexes. However, its website states "But the good news is, soon you'll be able to hear it in new stereos, cars and personal stereos too", which implies an increase in DAB coverage. Therefore, the station may be about to replace Core on the Digital One multiplex. (01/07/07 updated 07/07/07)

Core, Chill and Voice of Africa, as well as Classic Gold and Capital Disney have closed on satellite and cable. (07/07/07)

Traffic Radio has launched on the London 1 (CE Digital), Kent, Sussex, Thames Valley, South Hampshire, Bournmeouth, Exeter and Torbay, Plymouth, Cornwall, Bristol and Bath, West Wiltshire, Swindon, Essex, Norwich, Cambridge, Peterborough, Leicester, Nottingham, Coventry, Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Shropshire, Merseyside, Manchester, Lancashire, Bradford, Halifax and Huddersfield, Leeds, South Yorkshire, Humberside, Teeside and Tyne & Wear multiplexes. It also plans to launch on the Stoke on Trent multiplex and all new local multiplexes in England. The station is run by the Highways Agency and broadcasts national and local traffic news. (01/07/07)

XFM has luanched on the South Wales and West regional multiplex. From next year, this will take the South Wales version. XFM is likely to leave the Cardiff and Newport multiplex, but may stay on the Bristol & Bath multiplex to provide the English version to this area. (01/07/07)

Capital Disney has closed on DAB. It has reverted to its original name of Cube on satellite, but is reported to be closing on the 3rd. (01/07/07)

Classic Gold has closed on satellite in advance of its merger with Capital Gold. (01/07/07)

Chill is now mono on the Wolverhampton and Shropshire multiplex, and Juice is now mono on the Sussex multiplex. (01/07/07)

June

The Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire DAB multiplex has been awarded to GCap Media. Proposed stations are BBC Three Counties Radio, Both Chiltern stations, Horizon, Classic Gold, XFM, Chill, UCB and Jack FM. (17/06/07)

BFBS is now on satellite channel 0211. (17/06/07)

May

Core and Fun have swapped channels on satellite, with Core now on 0162 and Fun on 0112. (29/05/07)

The BBC has opened its Huntshaw Cross DAB transmitter (1.25 kW), serving North Devon. (19/05/07)

Capital Disney will close on 29 June.(19/05/07)

April

Digital One has opened its Mount Vernon (SW Herts & NW London, 0.1 kW) DAB transmitter. (29/04/07)

Digital One has announced plasn for new DAB transmitters at Selkirk, Riddings Hill (Dumfries), Whitehaven, Workington, Bridlington, Scarborough, Whitby, Chesterfield, Newhaven and Eastbourne. (22/04/07)

Digital One has opened its Brookmans Park (South Herts, 1.29 kW) and Leatherhead Stoke d'Abernon (1 kW) DAB transmitters. (22/04/07)

Switch Digital and DRG have 0.01 kW transmitters at Leatherhead Stoke d'Abernon. (22/04/07)

The BBC has opened its Stoke Holy Cross (Norfolk, 5 kW), Fishponds Hill (Mansfield, 1 kW), Newhaven (1 kW) and Puttocks Hill (Bury St Edmunds, 2 kW) DAB transmitters. (22/04/07)

Real Radio Digital has replaced Century on the first London DAB multiplex, while Century has ceased on the Brimingham mulriplex. (03/04/07)

The BBC has opened its Acklam Wold (N Yorks, 2 kW) and Chatton (Northumberland, 3.2 kW) DAB transmitters. It will be opening transmitters at Selkirk (Borders) and Whitehaven (Cumbria) in the Autumn. (03/04/07)

Following the merger of Saga and Smooth, JazzFM.com has joined the Glasgow and West Midlands DAB multiplexes, while 96.3 Rock Radio has joined the Edinburgh multiplex. (03/04/07)

UCB is now broadcasting on the Stoke DAB multiplex.(03/04/07)

Country station 3C has closed. Clyde 1 has taken over Freeview channel 924. (03/04/07)

Irish station Newstalk is now on satellite channel 910.(03/04/07)

March

Panjab Radio has replaced Yaar on the Coventry multiplex.(11/03/07)

Premier Radio will launch on the 3rd London DAB multiplex next month, replacing Storm Shuffle.(11/03/07)

Digital One has opened new transmitters at Shooters Hill and Esher in London and announced further transmitters at Braid Hills (Edinburgh), Maidenhead, Stoke d'Abernon (Surrey) and Mount Vernon (London). (04/03/07)

February

The Digital One transmitter at St John's Beacon, Liverpool is now on air at 0.5 kW. (25/02/07)

Pulse Unsigned, VIP Radio and Ministry of Sound have closed on satellite. (11/02/07)

The BBC has opened new DAB transmitters at Christchurch (Newport, 2 kW) and Sergeants Law (Paisley and Glasgow, 0.9 kW) . It has announced that further transmitters at Puttocks Hill (Bury St Edmunds), Stoke Holy Cross (Norwich and East Norfolk), Chatton (North Northumberland), Acklamn Wold (Central and East North Yorks), Burton Down (West Sussex), Newhaven and Fishponds Hill (Mansfield) will be opened by April. (11/02/07)

The BBC is temporarily testing DRM on 855 kHz medium wave in Plymouth. (11/02/07)

January

Chill has now replaced XFM UK on the Glasgow and Edinburgh multiplexes. (21/01/07)

The Liverpool and Lancashire multiplexes are now carrying XFM Manchester instead of XFM UK. (21/01/07)

The Digital One transmitters at Christchurch (Newport) and Sewards End (Essex, 1 kW) are now on air. (21/01/07)

UCB Europe, relaunched as UCB UK is now on the Switch multiplex in London in mono. (21/01/07)

MXR West Midlands has added a 0.005 kW transmitter at Samule Vale House, Coventry. (21/01/07)