There are now more ways to hear BBC Three Counties Radio than ever before, due to the arrival of two new transmitters for Hertfordshire. This brings the total number of 3CR frequencies to nine, due to the massive area the station covers.
92.1 FM is our new transmitter for South Hertfordshire, giving people who previously listened on 103.8 FM a better quality signal in parts of Watford, Hemel Hempstead, Abbots Langley, Borehamwood, Bushey, Rickmansworth, South Oxhey, Kings Langley and Croxley Green
Our new transmitter for East Hertfordshire is on 90.4 FM, serving places like Hertford, Hatfield, Hoddesdon, Ware, Cheshunt, and Potters Bar.
How to listen
But how do you know which frequency to tune to where you live, and can you be sure that you're tuned to the strongest signal? Below we've listed all the major towns and cities in our transmission area, together with the best frequencies to hear us on.
90.4 MHz FM -
East Herts (Hertford, Welwyn Garden City, Hoddesdon, Ware, Cheshunt and Hatfield). N.B. in some areas 103.8 FM may be stronger.
92.1 MHz FM –
South Herts (Watford, Hemel Hempstead, Abbots Langley, Borehamwood, Bushey, Rickmansworth, South Oxhey, Kings Langley and Croxley Green). N.B. In some of the above areas, 103.8 may be stronger.
94.7 MHz FM –
Aylesbury Vale (Aylesbury, Quainton, Winslow, Haddenham, and Princes Risborough)
95.5 MHz FM –
North Beds, North Herts (Bedford, Biggleswade, Hitchin, Shefford, Letchworth, Baldock, Flitwick, Ampthill).
98 MHz FM –
High Wycombe (High Wycombe, Flackwell Heath, Stokenchurch, Great Missenden, Prestwood)
103.8 MHz FM –
Beds and Herts (Luton, Dunstable, Leighton Buzzard, Stevenage, Harpenden, St Albans, Hemel, Berkhamsted, Tring)
104.5 MHz FM –
Milton Keynes and North Bucks (Milton Keynes, Newport Pagnell, Olney, Woburn Sands, Buckingham)
Medium Wave/ AM transmitters
630 KHz AM –
Beds, Herts and Bucks
1161 KHz AM –