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There are many great reasons why you should tune in to Classic FM with a digital radio, here are just a few...
Digital Radios mean interference free listening to live radio stations. There's no hiss, crackle, or pop, no fading, no overlap.
Digital Radio Changes
On 1st March 2012 some small changes were made to the way we broadcast on DAB Digital Radio. If you have experienced problems listening since these changes, here's what you need to do.
You may see the station name on your radio change to "Station Moved" or "Moved". If it does, just tune into us again – you'll see us listed as Classic FM as usual. You'll also need to re-save Classic FM on any preset buttons you use, and if your radio has an alarm clock facility, you may need to check that it's set to Classic FM for the wake up alarm.
You can get more information, help, and links to individual manufacturers' instructions on the Digital Radio UK Website – http://getdigitalradio.com/retune
Other ways to listen to Classic FM: