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Technical problems affecting BBC Radio Suffolk’s output

PUBLISHED: 09:25 01 September 2017 | UPDATED: 09:25 01 September 2017

BBC Radio Suffolk in St Matthew's Street

BBC Radio Suffolk in St Matthew's Street

BBC Radio Suffolk is currently experiencing technical problems and the station says it is not sure how long the disruption will last.

The radio station’s phone system is also affected and callers to its regular number are not currently able to get through.

On its BBC Local Live service just before 9am, the station stated: “Technical problems are affecting output from BBC Radio Suffolk at the moment, and we’re not sure how long this disruption will last.

“The phone system is also affected, so callers to the regular 01473 212121 number won’t be able to get through.

“We’ll keep you posted with any developments.”

BBC Radio Essex also experienced some technical issues this morning and took to social media to explain the situation.

The station tweeted: “We’ve been having a couple of technical issues today but our engineers are working hard behind the scenes to resume normal service as soon as possible.”

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