FIVE WAYS TO TUNE IN
Analogue radio, 198LW
Digital satellite channel 907
Freeview channel 76
Cable TV, 864 or 908
There are six different ways cricket fans can tune into Test Match Special throughout the summer.
As well as hearing Jonathan Agnew and Henry Blofeld on your traditional analogue radio, they will be also be available via the internet, digital satellite television and by digital radio.
You can listen to Test Match Special on BBC Radio 4 Long Wave by tuning in to 198 LW.
WHEN TO LISTEN IN 2005
England v Bdesh Tests
26-30 May 1st Test, Lord's
3-7 June 2nd Test, C-le-Street
NatWest Series - Eng, Ban, Aus (one-day)
16-30 June - group matches
2 July - final, Lord's
NatWest Chall - Eng v Aus
7, 10, 12 July
England v Australia Tests
21-25 July 1st Test, Lord's
4-8 Aug 2nd Test, Bham
11-15 Aug 3rd Test, M'cr
25-29 Aug 4th Test, Nottm
8-12 Sept 5th Test, The Oval
If you have trouble with Long Wave it is also possible to listen on Medium Wave in some areas.
London 720; Plymouth 774; Hayle (Cornwall) 756; Newcastle 603; Carlisle 1495; Aberdeen 1449; Enniskillen 774; Derry 720; Glasgow 720.
DAB digital radio
Digital radios carry the DAB logo and are available from specialist hi-fi and car audio dealers and many high street stores.
The new BBC transmitters reach around 65% of the UK population and that is being extended all the time.
Sports Extra on DAB will be switched off between commentaries but it will reappear on your DAB Digital Radio within 15 minutes of the start of the next commentary.
If you have a dish you can listen to Five Live Sports Extra on digital satellite television, along with Five Live.
It can be found on channel 907 in the radio section of your electronic programme guide.
Five Live Sports Extra can also be accessed via digital cable.
If you have digital cable you can listen to Five Live Sports Extra on your television, along with Five Live.
NTL subscribers can find us on channel 864 of their electronic programme guide. Telewest subscribers can access it on channel 908
Freeview users can find the commentary on channel 76.