Wherever you are in Wales, the UK or elsewhere in the world, there are lots of ways to listen to BBC Radio Wales.
You can listen in many areas on FM: 93-96 & 104 FM, on medium wave on 882 & 657 AM, digital radio (where available), channel 0117 on Sky; channel 714 on Freesat; channel 719 on Freeview (digital terrestrial); and via channel 931 on Virgin Media. We are also available worldwide via the internet.
Digital radio - now in north east Wales
On Friday 19 April 2013 digital radio has been switched on in Wrexham and north east Wales, so people in those areas can now hear BBC Radio Wales and BBC Radio Cymru on their digital radio sets.
To receive the new services, listeners with digital radios may have to re-tune their sets - you can find out how to do this at www.getdigitalradio.com/retune
The two new digital transmitters at Wrexham Rhos and Moel-y-Parc take local digital radio coverage in the area from from zero to almost 75% of households, bringing local digital stations as well as Radio Wales to the area on digital radio for the first time.
BBC Radio Wales is also available on digital radio in Cardiff, Newport and Swansea. Increasing the amount of digital coverage is not in the BBC's control, as it relies on local commercial radio services, however in addition to the new transmitter in north east Wales we expect coverage to increase in the next few years.
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You can listen to BBC Radio Wales in FM stereo in many areas of Wales.
On December 6 2011 BBC Radio Wales's FM transmitter in the south-east of Wales moved to the more powerful Wenvoe mast meaning people in Bridgend County, the Vale of Glamorgan and the Gwent Valleys can listen to the station on FM for the first time. The switch is part of a strategy to improve coverage of the station across the whole of Wales.
An updated list of Welsh towns and their FM frequencies (including details for areas not previously covered by FM) is available on our Frequency Guide page.
During sport programmes we often split our FM frequencies by area, to enable you to hear commentary on local football and rugby matches. More information about our sports programmes and how to listen to local games is available in our sport schedule guide.
Throughout Wales on 657 AM (north east Wales), 1125 AM (Llandrindod Wells area) and 882 AM (the rest of Wales).
A list of Welsh towns and their AM frequencies is available on our Frequency Guide page.
Channel 719 on your Freeview receiver or digital-ready television (Wales only).
BBC Radio Wales is available throughout the UK on digital satellite. On Sky digiboxes the channel number is 0117, while on Freesat you can find Radio Wales on channel 714.
BBC Radio Wales can be received via Virgin Media (where available) on channel number 931.
To listen to our live output click the 'Listen Live' button at the top of every page of the Radio Wales website.
To catch up with programmes broadcast over the past seven days search our schedule or our A-Z listings. The system for making programmes available online is automated. This system allows us to make nearly all of our programmes available to listen again but once a programme has finished broadcasting, there can be a delay of up to three hours while it is encoded.
Note: for rights reasons we are not always able to stream certain sports programmes, although we endeavour to make as much of our output available online as possible. More information about sports broadcasting online is available in our sport schedule guide.
Flash is the default playback format for listening live to BBC Radio Wales on desktop PCs and Macs. For more information and for links to install Flash and Windows Media visit the BBC Radio Help page.
If your mobile or smart phone has an FM receiver you can receive BBC Radio Wales in many parts of Wales. Check our frequency page for the FM frequency where you are.
If you use your smartphone to listen to the radio via either using the 3G network or wi-fi you can listen to Radio Wales live online from our homepage or using the iPlayer Radio app - available for iPhone / iPad and Android devices.
We are currently rolling out the ability to listen again to shows from the last seven days on selected smartphones and tablets.
iPhone and iPad
On iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch you can listen live to our programmes and catch up with programmes from the last seven days on the mobile version of our web pages (by using the iPhone or iPad web browser) and on the iPlayer Radio App.
You can listen live to Radio Wales on Android smartphones and tablets, and also Listen Again to our programmes using a web browser, on those Android devices which run Flash. We will be making our Listen Again programmes available on Android web browers which do not run Flash in the near future.
Radio Wales (and other BBC Nations stations) programmes will not be available in the Android BBC iPlayer Radio app until later this year or early in 2014.
There are also third party applications available that will enable you to listen to BBC Radio Wales on the move. Please note that the BBC is not responsible for these third party applications.
Listening to the radio using the data network on your mobile or tablet may incur charges from your mobile operator.
For specific advice about listening via an internet radio visit the BBC Radio Help page.
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