I guess they will keep the base URLs - as the BBC still has (I believe) a policy of only ever using one level of URL address after the bbc.co.uk
As an example : bbc.co.uk/radio2 would be OK, but bbc.co.uk/sounds/radio2 would not.
Increasingly using URLs on-air is seen as a bit out of date, given so few people type URLs into their browser bars and instead type them into Google search - so a more generic 'Search for BBC Radio 2 on your favoured (*) platform' may be more likely, though at the moment 'Listen to Radio 2 on BBC Sounds' is more likely.
(*) As long as your favoured platform is, itself, favoured by the BBC because it provides listener metadata / metrics.
Last edited by noggin on 24 March 2020 8:18am