I like it. It weekly download several podcasts too, principally from the BBC, Radio 4 which I couldn't live without; the variety on offer is unparalleled . Arts shows, comedy, discussion, politics, etc etc.
As I tend to prefer classical, 'world', experimental and jazz music, BBC Radio 3 is my go to station. Outside of these two mainstays, I listen to/download Danny Baker's Radio 5 Live Saturday two hours of trivia and ridiculousness.
I occasionally dip into foreign radio too just to see what's around.
I can't stand too much tv which treats it's audience like morons generally, and assumes they have attention spans of 5-year old, filling every space with absurd, 120bpm, pounding crap.
As I don't live in the UK and so don't have to pay the licence, it seems even better value. The recent budget cuts announced on Thursday will affect it, though. Anyone who complains at the £140-ish per year licence fee should consider what they get, and then compare it with paying £50-odd a month for Sky or some such other bollocks.