BBC Radio Sheffield

BBC Radio Sheffield is the BBC Local Radio service for English metropolitan county of South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire. This includes the city of Sheffield, plus Rotherham, Doncaster, Barnsley, Chesterfield and surrounding areas. It was the second BBC local radio station, beginning on 15 November 1967. It broadcasts from its studios at 54 Shoreham Street in Sheffield on 88.6 (Crosspool, Sheffield), 94.7 (Chesterfield), 104.1 FM, 1035 AM and DAB. It is also available through live streaming on the internet.

In November 2010 BBC Radio Sheffield was named Station of the Year at the BBC local radio station Gillard awards.

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