United Kingdom

“Analogue Community Radio […]
Licence extensions granted in this period.
A five year extension has been granted to the following: […]
Desi Radio [1602 kHz] -The Panjabi Centre Ltd -Southall – [now licenced until] 31/12/2025 […]
Dales Radio [936 kHz] – Dales Radio Limited – The Yorkshire Dales National Park, including Leyburn, Hawes, Kirkby Stephen, Sedbergh, Ingleton, Settle and Grassington […] 10/01/2026 […]”
Source: https://www.ofcom.org.uk/manage-your-licence/radio-broadcast-licensing/monthly-updates/radio-broadcast-update-december-2020 12 January 2021
via Dr Hansjoerg Biener (2021-01-12)

Additional information about the stations
Desi Radio: Panjabi Nation Live on-air.
Broadcasting 24 Hours a day on 1602AM in West London, Sky Channel 0169 in U.K and Europe and around the world via the World Wide Web. Desi Radio a Panjabi radio station, is on-air 24/7. Live broadcast starts at 07:00 until 00:00 seven days per week. There is an automated service 24hours.“„We aim to present Panjabi ideas, feelings and ideals to our listeners through a variety of poetry, writings and music. We are also seeking to improve links with other communities within West London to reflect the cultural diversity of the area.” – Ms. Amarjit Khera, Chair of the Panjabi Centre.
via Dr Hansjoerg Biener (2021-01-12)

Dales Radio is the Radio station for the Yorkshire Dales! Broadcasting on AM [936 kHz], FM [103, 104.9 MHz], online and on your mobile, the station reaches people of all walks of life who live and work in this beautiful part of Yorkshire. The station launched in January 2016, after years of work by a small but dedicated team of volunteers.
Dales Radio operates on a not for profit basis and is staffed by volunteers, producing entertaining and locally relevant programmes for the people of the Yorkshire Dales. The station is funded by grants, donations and some commercial revenue generated through advertising and sponsorship. […]
Dales Radio is unique in this county, apart from being the largest community radio station in the UK, it is also operated in a very different way. With no one studio base, the station receives contributions from presenters all over the Dales and has community correspondents in each town – all of whom act as a representative for the station, point of contact and contribute to programmes. […]
Dales Radio Limited is a company limited by guarantee. A not for profit organisation and all profits will be ploughed back into expanding and maintaining this valuable service across the Dales. […]“
via Dr Hansjoerg Biener (2021-01-12)