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BBC director general Mark Thompson's strategy review confirmed 6 Music listeners' worst fears by recommending that the station should be closed at the end of The review said 6 Music delivered "relatively few unique listeners to BBC radio". The BBC would review how some of 6 Music's "most distinctive programmes can be successfully transferred to other BBC radio stations, and how its support for new and specialist music can be sustained across the BBC". With an average listener age of 37, the report said, 6 Music "competes head on for a commercially valuable audience". Closing it, and refocusing BBC Radios 1 and 2, would "recognise the lead role that commercial radio plays in serving popular music to to year-old audiences".

BBC confirms plans to axe 6 Music and Asian Network

BBC Asian Network - Wikipedia

Audiences have traditionally been showcased as essentially homogenous. Programme producers in television and radio strive to appeal to as many viewers as possible through broad themes. The BBC Asian Network, a digital radio station, emphasises notions of British identity to create a cohesive distinct listening community. This community is not homogenous. Skip to main content. This service is more advanced with JavaScript available.

British Asian Audiences

On BBC One you'll find news and current affairs, drama, comedy and entertainment programmes. Factual programmes are at the heart of BBC Two, including arts, history, science and human interest documentaries. Online-only BBC Three is never afraid to try new things, broadcasting comedy, entertainment, and docs. BBC Four provides an ambitious range of innovative, high quality programming that is intellectually and culturally enriching, taking an expert and in-depth approach to a wide range of subjects.
The station's target audience is people "with an interest in British Asian lifestyles", [2] especially British Asians between the ages of 18 and The station now broadcasts mainly in English , but has retained Sunday evening shows in South Asian languages. The station's output consists largely of music and talk programmes.