Angel Radio is switching off its 101.1FM frequency today as its new licence to serve Portsmouth on 89.3FM commences.
Angel can now be heard on DAB in Aldershot, Bristol, Brighton, Birmingham, Cambridge, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, London, Norwich, West Sussex and Woking.
It will continue to operate from Hampshire where it broadcasts on FM in Havant, and on DAB in numerous locations around the UK.
Angel Radio is now broadcasting in Norwich, Cambridge and Birmingham as part of the small scale DAB trials taking place around the country.
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