The BBC has rolled out new temporary radio services for two further cities in a bid to help people there through lockdown.
BBC Radio Sunderland and BBC Radio Wolverhampton will provide more localised news and information to people living in those cities between 6am and 2pm.
The move is part of a project which is due to run between now and March, and follows the launch of BBC Radio Bradford last month.
Both Sunderland and Wolverhampton are currently served by BBC radio stations based in other cities, and the new services will be available online and via DAB digital radio.
Chris Burns, head of BBC Local Radio, said: “We are here for people right across England in these extraordinary times and are determined to help communities stay informed, connected and safe during this most challenging period.
“Our new temporary local output in Wolverhampton and Sunderland means listeners will get more localised news and information from the BBC.
“They will get a better sense of what is happening in their area and will feel more in touch with their community even as they stay at home.”
BBC Radio Wolverhampton launches on Friday (January 15) and BBC Radio Sunderland launches on Monday.