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Last updated: 12 march, 2009 - 19:20 GMT

Short-wave changes in East and South-East Asia

BBC World Service short-wave transmissions to East and South-East Asia were reduced on 30th March 2008.

Many listeners around the world no longer listen via short wave and are choosing instead to listen to radio on other platforms including FM, satellite and online.

To ensure the BBC can invest in these and other platforms it is necessary to reduce short wave provision, while keeping our programmes available at the key listening times for radio - in the morning and the evening.

For details on BBC programme times where you are, please follow the link below:

click East Asia

click South-East Asia

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