The BBC has over the summer added further transmitters to its national DAB digital radio network, working towards its goal to cover 97% of the population by the end of 2015.
New transmitter sites have been added during the past two months at East Grinstead, Boars Hill (for Oxford and SW Oxon), Rye, Luddenden, Okehampton, Stocksbridge, Jedburgh, Biggar, Bolehill (serving Wirksworth and parts of Matlock not served by Stanton Moor), Maesteg, Hebden Bridge and Darwen.
All transmitters operate as part of the BBC network on VHF block 12B.
These sites provide listeners with the full set of BBC National Radio stations. BBC local radio in England and services for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are rolled out on DAB separately via commercial operators.