BBC Radio 3
BBC Radio 3 is a radio program of the BBC, is sent in the predominantly classical music. There are also music features and particularly in the late evening to hear sounds from border areas.
For the first time the program was (as the BBC Third Programme ) September 29, 1946 broadcast. As part of a reform program the current name "Radio 3" was introduced in September 1967.
Headquarters of BBC Radio 3 is the BBC Broadcasting House in London.
To receive the shaft in the UK nationwide on VHF ( 90-92 MHz) and DAB Digital Radio ( 12B) Europe via satellite and worldwide via an Internet stream. The medium wave frequencies on which particular broadcast Test Match Special was transferred, have been abandoned on 29 February 1992 because they had to be auctioned off to private radio operators as a result of the 1990 Broadcasting Act.