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20171003

EFL Trophy: Accrington v B'pool (7.30pm), F'wood v M'mbe (7.45pm) and updates. NOT online.

EFL Trophy coverage of Accrington Stanley v Blackpool (7.30pm), Fleetwood Town v Morecambe (7.45pm) and updates. NOT online.

If you are on the move and tuned to BBC Radio Lancashire and have RDS (Radio Data Signal) enabled, your radio will constantly check for the best frequency to use for that station. However, because RDS is always looking for a better signal than it is currently receiving, it can re-tune to a different transmitter.

During many of our sport programmes, we often split our frequencies so that we can provide commentary on a number of games. We follow seven clubs and we want to provide fans with the best coverage of their team but, because we allocate different games to specific frequencies, you may find that your radio keeps switching between matches as the RDS looks for the strongest signal.

The only way to stop this happening is to disable the RDS facility on your car radio. As there are so many makes and models the best way to find out how to do this is to refer to the manufacturer's handbook.

20171017

Coverage of Blackburn Rovers v Plymouth Argyle, Blackpool v Bury and updates. NOT online.

Coverage of Blackburn Rovers v Plymouth Argyle, Blackpool v Bury and updates. NOT online.

If you are on the move and tuned to BBC Radio Lancashire and have RDS (Radio Data Signal) enabled, your radio will constantly check for the best frequency to use for that station. However, because RDS is always looking for a better signal than it is currently receiving, it can re-tune to a different transmitter.

During many of our sport programmes, we often split our frequencies so that we can provide commentary on a number of games. We follow seven clubs and we want to provide fans with the best coverage of their team but, because we allocate different games to specific frequencies, you may find that your radio keeps switching between matches as the RDS looks for the strongest signal.

The only way to stop this happening is to disable the RDS facility on your car radio. As there are so many makes and models the best way to find out how to do this is to refer to the manufacturer's handbook.

20171024

Coverage of AFC Fylde v Wrexham. Kick-off at 7.45pm. NOT online.

Coverage of AFC Fylde v Wrexham. Kick-off at 7.45pm. NOT online.

If you are on the move and tuned to BBC Radio Lancashire and have RDS (Radio Data Signal) enabled, your radio will constantly check for the best frequency to use for that station. However, because RDS is always looking for a better signal than it is currently receiving, it can re-tune to a different transmitter.

During many of our sport programmes, we often split our frequencies so that we can provide commentary on a number of games. We follow seven clubs and we want to provide fans with the best coverage of their team but, because we allocate different games to specific frequencies, you may find that your radio keeps switching between matches as the RDS looks for the strongest signal.

The only way to stop this happening is to disable the RDS facility on your car radio. As there are so many makes and models the best way to find out how to do this is to refer to the manufacturer's handbook.

20171030

Coverage of Burnley v Newcastle United. Kick-off at 8pm. NOT online.

Coverage of Burnley v Newcastle United. Kick-off at 8pm. NOT online.

If you are on the move and tuned to BBC Radio Lancashire and have RDS (Radio Data Signal) enabled, your radio will constantly check for the best frequency to use for that station. However, because RDS is always looking for a better signal than it is currently receiving, it can re-tune to a different transmitter.

During many of our sport programmes, we often split our frequencies so that we can provide commentary on a number of games. We follow seven clubs and we want to provide fans with the best coverage of their team but, because we allocate different games to specific frequencies, you may find that your radio keeps switching between matches as the RDS looks for the strongest signal.

The only way to stop this happening is to disable the RDS facility on your car radio. As there are so many makes and models the best way to find out how to do this is to refer to the manufacturer's handbook.

20171031

Coverage of Blackburn Rovers v Fleetwood Town. Kick-off at 7.45pm. NOT online.

Coverage of Blackburn Rovers v Fleetwood Town. Kick-off at 7.45pm. NOT online.

If you are on the move and tuned to BBC Radio Lancashire and have RDS (Radio Data Signal) enabled, your radio will constantly check for the best frequency to use for that station. However, because RDS is always looking for a better signal than it is currently receiving, it can re-tune to a different transmitter.

During many of our sport programmes, we often split our frequencies so that we can provide commentary on a number of games. We follow seven clubs and we want to provide fans with the best coverage of their team but, because we allocate different games to specific frequencies, you may find that your radio keeps switching between matches as the RDS looks for the strongest signal.

The only way to stop this happening is to disable the RDS facility on your car radio. As there are so many makes and models the best way to find out how to do this is to refer to the manufacturer's handbook.

20171101

Blackpool v M'boro U21 (7pm - EFL Trophy) and Preston NE v A Villa (7.45pm). NOT online.

Coverage of Blackpool v Middlesbrough U21 (7pm - EFL Trophy) and Preston North End v Aston Villa (7.45pm). NOT online.

If you are on the move and tuned to BBC Radio Lancashire and have RDS (Radio Data Signal) enabled, your radio will constantly check for the best frequency to use for that station. However, because RDS is always looking for a better signal than it is currently receiving, it can re-tune to a different transmitter.

During many of our sport programmes, we often split our frequencies so that we can provide commentary on a number of games. We follow seven clubs and we want to provide fans with the best coverage of their team but, because we allocate different games to specific frequencies, you may find that your radio keeps switching between matches as the RDS looks for the strongest signal.

The only way to stop this happening is to disable the RDS facility on your car radio. As there are so many makes and models the best way to find out how to do this is to refer to the manufacturer's handbook.