How to tune into local radio along the Yorkshire coast – Yorkshire Post Letters

From: J Peter Wilson, St John’s Avenue, Bridlington.

Radio stations serving Scarborough and the East Coast continue to prompt much debate.

I READ Louise Scott’s letter (The Yorkshire Post, April 6) about how she listens to the new all-digital local radio station based
 in Scarborough – This Is The Coast.

As I live further down the coast in Bridlington I have the opportunity to listen to This Is The Coast, but only on the internet radio band of our Roberts DAB/DAB+/FM/Internet radio, or via Alexa, or on the Roku Streamer as the North Yorkshire based DAB+ transmitter doesn’t reach 
Brid.

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However I am also able to listen to Great Yorkshire Radio from the High Hunsley DAB+ transmitter, as well as the new Bridlington Gold which is another of the new all-digital local radio stations broadcasting using smart-speakers, apps and online instead of on FM.

Radio stations serving Scarborough and the East Coast continue to prompt much debate.

Bridlington Gold joins other Yorkshire all-digital stations including Rombalds Radio (Ilkley, Keighley & Skipton), Your Harrogate (Harrogate & District) and YorkMix (York & Selby) which are filling the gap left 
by the demise of previously 
well-known local stations 
when their transmitters were taken over by the network station Greatest Hits Radio 
based in Manchester and London.

Enjoy the best of listening.

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