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Vhf Radio (Anglesey)

Volume 32: debated on Wednesday 17 November 1982

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department which areas of England and Wales cannot at present receive VHF stereo radio; and if he will make a statement on when VHF stereo radio will be available to Anglesey.

Of those areas in England and Wales which can receive the BBC's national radio services on VHF, only those covered by the Blaenplwyf, Haverfordwest and Llanddona transmitters, and their associated relays receive these services in mono. The BBC plans to convert the Llanddona transmitter, serving Anglesey, to provide a stereo service by mid-1984. There are a number of areas in England and Wales with no VHF radio service.