I am very fortunate to live in a City in New Zealand that has three radio stations dedicated to classical music. Apart from Radio New Zealand's Concert network, here in Palmerston North, we have two other classical music stations - both low power FM stations. One, called The Gramophone Room, broadcasts 24 hours per day from the City Council building and also from a hilltop in the nearby town of Feilding. The second, Perfect Pitch,has its antenna situated at the top of an Anglican Church. That station broadcasts a complete opera six nights per week in surround sound stereo. Both stations are run as a hobby by a resident of the city. There no commercials and few announcements.
I have coupled my two stereo tuners to the VHF TV antenna and the signals come in via the reflector. A feed to the study allows me to listen to either station while surfing the PCLinuxOS forums. As I write this, I can listen either to tonight's opera or, on the other station, a symphony.
Here is a link to the newspaper article commemorating 10 years of broadcasting to the City of Palmerston North.http://www.stuff.co.nz/manawatu-standard/news/805515
When we moved house two years ago, this location was chosen to give good reception of both stations.