BBC Asian Network is a vibrant British Asian radio station owned and operated by the BBC, providing a dynamic mix of music, news, and live events tailored specifically to people with an interest in British Asian lifestyles, especially those between the ages of 18 and 34. The station celebrates British Asian life, culture, and music, with its slogan embodying this mission.
Launched in 2002, BBC Asian Network broadcasts to a weekly audience of 444,000 with a listening share of 0.3% as of March 2023. The station has production centres at Broadcasting House in London and The Mailbox in Birmingham.
Listeners can tune in to BBC Asian Network in a number of ways. You can hear it on DAB Digital Radio, Freesat, Freeview (UK), Radioplayer UK, Virgin Media, and online. It's also available on traditional analogue radio in areas such as Birmingham (1458 AM), Leicestershire (837 AM), Peterborough (1449 AM), and Wolverhampton (828 AM). Digital TV listeners can find the station on Freeview - Channel 709, Freesat - Channel 709, Sky - Channel 0119, and Virgin - Channel 912. Additionally, the station can be accessed through smart speakers, enhancing the ease of live listening for its audience.
|Address||BBC Asian Network, BBC, The Mailbox, Birmingham, B1 1RF|
Frequencies - BBC Asian Network