It was only launched in 2002 I think I have a minidisc with the launch night on somewhere , so in theory there will be quite a large number of press sources available online, and then it would allow the moved article to maintain the contributor history, etc. If You would like to see more radios' schedules simultaneously, please visit the general page. I favour moving and altering this article to a new 4extra page whilst creating a new briefer article on 7. Prior to the creation of it broadcast sports-based features, notably , and since the creation of has become the home of of most matches played by England, broadcast on. The Guardian Organ Grinder Blog.
This article has been rated as C-Class on the project's. Radio 4 broadcasts the , which reached 150 years old in August 2017. Following the six o'clock news from Monday to Friday, the station normally broadcasts a thirty-minute comedy programme. A selection of programmes is also available as or audio files. In the event of a suspected catastrophic attack on Britain, captains, in addition to other checks, check for a broadcast signal from Radio 4 on 198 long wave to verify the annihilation of organised society in Great Britain.
A network's logo is key to its identity and recognition, both in television and radio. This has reduced the total number of continuity announcers required each day down from four to three. This page is within the scope of the. This article has been rated as Mid-importance on the project's. Roundabout East Anglia came to an end in mid-1980, when local radio services were introduced to with the launch of. Life on Air: A History of Radio Four. The news returning to Broadcasting House has also meant that newsreaders can provide cover for continuity, which regularly occurs at 23:00 each night and 16:00 on a Sunday.
This article has been rated as High-importance on the project's. It replaced the in 1967. The station hosts a number of long-running programmes, many of which have been broadcast for over 40 years. I therefore think that the radio 7 history should still be kept in this article. Reverting the page merely to eliminate passive voice is one thing, but not correcting the simple spelling mistakes and redundant and repeated words within the article is a strange decision. Archived from on 25 May 2006.
Therefore, I would suggest copying the information in this article to that one, and then update the links. Music and sport are the only fields that largely fall outside the station's remit. I suppose it would be best to wait and see at the time, although I wonder if there is scope to turn one of the redirects into a little historical article like the Radio 5 article? Life on Air: A History of Radio Four. You can also visit the. Radio 5 deserves a different article because their remit was completely different to that that 5 Live took on: Kids and Sports and educational to a rolling news and sport channel.
Maybe these errors are less noticeable than the passive voice. This article has been renamed from to as the result of a. For other stations known as 'Radio 4', see. Life on Air: A History of Radio Four. The longwave signal is part of the 's system of.
Above the radio programmes, with the radio finder, You can switch to other radio, and with the date option, You can set the starting day of your search. Radio 4 has also been frequently criticised for being too and being of little interest to non-white listeners. The seems to confirm that the name is not changing. Someone should fix it, but I can't be arsed and I'm not sure what part of that bureaucracy I should be poking. It's certainly put me off from bothering to edit anymore pages.
If a new article is created it will necessarily be a stub unless it repeats much of the information already here. Most programmes are available for four weeks after broadcast as streaming audio from Radio 4's listen again page and via. The , known as 'the pips', is broadcast every hour to herald the news bulletin, except at midnight and 18:00, where the chimes of are played. These were broadcast twice at breakfast, at lunchtime and an evening bulletin was aired at 5. For quite some time, the introduction of female newsreaders led to complaints from listeners; women discussing topics of feminist interest led to similar complaints.
. Archived from on 28 June 2008. Of course, there's a Radio 7 article preserved in the history of this one, but not a very good article. Opt-outs were transferred to long wave: currently , extra shipping forecasts, and. Archived from on 9 January 2009. It is also available through , , and on the. This article has been rated as C-Class on the project's.
The rise of these magazine shows is primarily due to the work of , controller of Radio 4 from 1970 to 1975. In 2010 replaced as Radio 4 controller. I'm starting to whiff a potential. As a secondary point, could anyone argue that the current article is at a standard that would make it worth preserving? Can this page be put back to the correct name of this radio station i. Programmes transmitted live include Today, magazine programme Woman's Hour, consumer affairs programme , and often the music, film, books, arts and culture programme.