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How to Listen
There are a number of ways to get BBC 7 digital radio:
  • With a DAB digital radio set
  • Via digital television
  • On the internet
  • With a DAB Radio Set
    You need a DAB digital radio. DAB digital radio sets are available through hi-fi and car audio dealers, high street retailers and department stores. For more information see our digital radio website.
    Via Digital Television
    All the BBC's national radio services are available via digital satellite television.
  • Sky EPG no. 0131
  • All BBC national digital radio services are available on Freeview digital television through an aerial.
  • Freeview: EPG No. 708
  • And in some areas via digital cable television.
  • Virgin TV EPG No. 910
  • On the Internet
    Our programmes are available to listen to again for up to seven days after broadcast via the BBC iPlayer.

    To listen online you will need either Real Player or Windows Media; if either of these is not detected on your computer then simple instructions will appear about how to install them. It is free to download.

    You can find an up-to-date guide to listening online and tips on troubleshooting any problems at the BBC iPlayer Help site.
    Digital Radio Coverage
    BBC national digital radio transmitters cover nearly 85% of the UK population. Local stations are increasingly available via digital radio as well. For more coverage information please see our digital radio website.
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