BBC Sussex is the BBC Local Radio service for the English county of Sussex. It began on 14 February 1968 as BBC Radio Brighton, later becoming BBC Radio Sussex and then part of BBC Southern Counties Radio, before adopting its present name on 30 March 2009. BBC journalists Jeremy Paxman, Kate Adie and Des Lynam started their careers at BBC Brighton.
BBC Local Radio has been broadcasting in Surrey since 1991. Originally it was an opt-out of BBC Radio Sussex, broadcasting from our Guildford studio, and carrying Sussex programmes between its own local output.
Smile Sussex is the place to hear nostalgic classics by legendary recording artists including Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Dean Martin, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday and Julie London. We combine the best of Big Band, the strong tempos of Swing and a touch of Jazz.
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