The new frequncies for BBC local radio in Bristol and Somerset will commence on Monday, as BBC Somerset gets ready to start programmes on their own FM frequency of 95.5 for the first time. In addition, BBC Radio Bristol will use 94.9 as their main transmitter.
Managing Editor of Radio Bristol, Tim Pemberton says: "This is good news for our listeners in and around Bristol as it will mean we now have a high quality signal on 94.9FM.
"Our listeners in Bath can still hear us on 104.6FM and in the Weston-super-Mare area we will be on an additional new frequency, 103.6FM."
The change means that the broadcast area covered by Radio Bristol will reduce for the next Rajar figures.