According to the BBC, the analogue radio switch-off nears.
The report claims that 600,000 digital receivers have been sold in the UK, and switching off the analogue signal would render some 100 million existing sets obsolete.
So, er, why on earth are they even considering switching off the analogue signal at this point?
(Confession: I listen to radio at home by tuning into the BBC’s live and Listen Again streams online, or playing recordings made using iRecordMusic, then broadcasting FM from my computer via a Belkin TuneCast, to a Tivoli Model One analogue mono receiver. Does anyone know of a support group I could contact?)