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November 1926

When all of the BBC's relay stations (except Leeds and Bradford) moved to the 'common' wavelength of 288.5 metres on 14 November 1926, it was decided that there was no point in printing the programmes of the southern relay stations in the Northern Edition of The Radio Times, nor the programmes of northern relay stations in the Southern Edition.[1]

References

  1. 'How the New Wavelengths Work', Radio Times, Vol. 13, No. 165, 26 November 1926, 505.