In August ast year I published a post on the governments plans to switch off FM radio in UK(http://m0bgr.blogspot.co.uk/2011/08/dab-radio-switching-off-fm-and-am.html ). At that time OFCOM was holding a 'consultation' and they have now responded to its findings. Their report is at http://stakeholders.ofcom.org.uk/binaries/consultations/dab-coverage-planning/statement/statement.pdf .
As predicted, OFCOM have swept aside all objections to the plan and asserted their previously held position that DAB is very wonderful so we don't need FM (subtext, the government have told us to sell the spectrum, just like they are now selling part of 143MHz - 156MHz band).
I have nothing against DAB radio, but I do not see it as a replacement for FM. It is technically inferior in many ways, particularly its coverage charateristics. DAB is based on obsolete technology and UK will have to adopt DAB+ or DRM at some point. DAB and FM do not use the same spectrum so, unlike the TV digital switch over, there is no need to close FM to allow expansion of DAB. Reading the consultation responses, the radio industry seems distinctly like warm about switching to DAB.
If you use FM radio in UK, please let OFCOM know what you think.