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Conference gives insight into world of community radio

BWBF attended a conference at the weekend to learn more about community radio stations and how we could work with them.

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BWBF radios are built to last

A listener has sent their old radio back to BWBF – which they’ve had since the mid-1980s – and it still works!

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Work underway to revamp BWBF Talking Newspaper service

British Wireless’s technical team is working on a redesign of the charity’s Talking Newspaper service.

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David Suchet's Audio Bible is now available to our Sonata Plus+ listeners

BWBF launches streamed service of David Suchet Audio Bible

Users of the British Wireless Sonata internet radio will now be able to enjoy a streamed version of David Suchet’s Audio Bible.

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Blind artist enjoys BWBF radio while painting

A well-known blind artist has spoken about how her BWBF radio keeps her company while she’s painting.

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Radios for Rio

Rio 2016 fever is sweeping the UK - and it’s no different at BWBF’s head office.

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Reaching Out project gets off the ground

Work is underway on a research project which will help BWBF reach hundreds more visually impaired people.

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Data shows radio listening figures have risen

The latest RAJAR figures have been released today – showing a rise in the number of people tuning into their radio every week.

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Tonbridge Canoe Club's annual charity paddle

Canoeists raise funds with annual paddle

A group of canoeists enjoyed the summer weather at annual charity event.

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Impact Report 2015-2016 published

British Wireless has published its annual Impact Report for 2015-2016.

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Mum’s muddy 5k run for BWBF

A fundraiser has taken part in a muddy 5k event to support British Wireless.

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