What radio station are the Ashes broadcast on? How to listen live in UK

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This is the critical moment for England as their campaign begins this week, as they seek to end a dismal record in Australia.

It’s been 10 years since England won the Ashes in the Southern Hemisphere, and in the decade that followed, England didn’t even win a test series.

This leaves England as a big underdog for the contest but fans are hoping it won’t be a difficult viewing for next month.

Considering the late nights, many fans may not want to stay awake to watch the action – but could still keep up to date with the news by going online.

Here we have everything you need to know about the radio coverage of the series.

What radio station are the Ashes broadcast on?

Bullet-by-bullet commentary for the series is provided by the BBC’s Test Match Special for each match, which will be available on BBC 5 Live Sports Extra and Radio 4 LW.

You can also listen to the coverage through the BBC Sport website or through the BBC Sounds app, which means you’ll have access to the coverage wherever you go.

Test Match Special starts from 11 p.m. on Tuesday, December 7 and can be expected at similar times every day.

The full BBC 5 Live Sports Extra schedule is available here.

The Ashes 2021/22 series will be exclusive to BT Sport here in the UK.

If you are not a BT Sport subscriber, you can check out the latest BT TV packages here.

BT Sport is also available to Sky TV and Virgin Media subscribers. Check out the latest Sky TV packages here. Check out the latest Virgin Media plans here.

While it unfortunately wouldn’t cover the entire duration of the series, BT Sport also offers 30-day ‘monthly passes’ for £ 25.

What is the ash program?

The first five days of action will be played out in Brisbane, with the action starting daily at midnight from Wednesday December 8 through Sunday December 12.

England will then travel to Adelaide for the second test of what will be the biggest challenge for the British public, as the game is set to start at 4 a.m. on December 16-20.

Viewing hours will then return to a more accessible time for the third test in Melbourne, which runs December 26-30.

In January, the fourth test will be played in Sydney from 5 to 9 and the final test from 14 to 18 January awaits confirmation from a new location, having been moved from Perth due to coronavirus restrictions.


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