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Hobo
4th Apr 2006, 17:10
What radio stations do you listen online to?
Can anybody beat:


www.4kq.com.au

classic hits 24 hours a day "If I could turn back time" by Cher is on as I type this.


www.magic.fm is ok but a bit too modern at times if you over 45

Jerricho
4th Apr 2006, 17:16
Road to nowhere.
Ship of Fools.

frostbite
4th Apr 2006, 17:20
'They're coming to take me away, ha ha'.

Jinkster
4th Apr 2006, 17:22
Forever Autumn

Rick Storm
4th Apr 2006, 17:31
For me....Small Faces (not many left now) 'Tin Soldier' fantastic crescendo at end of song.

R.I.P Steve

Hobo
4th Apr 2006, 17:32
Yes, but which Online Radio Stations???? ie ones that have a web address, you can click on a link and listen on your computer while you pprune?

Grainger
4th Apr 2006, 17:36
Milk and Alcohol ?

Rick Storm
4th Apr 2006, 17:40
Sorry homo
Radio 1 and Caroline on mw

colmac747
4th Apr 2006, 17:49
http://www.radioblogclub.com/

You'll need to register though. Takes 20secs.

Rick Storm
4th Apr 2006, 18:04
Hobo
Why should I wish to listen to radio online? I have 2gb per month with Wanadoo anything over that they charge me more. I have a device called a radio it's run by batteries. I recieve all uk stations.

Jerricho
4th Apr 2006, 18:29
Sorry homo
Deliberate typo or freudian slip? :hmm: :E

Bo Nalls
4th Apr 2006, 20:39
Classic bio about Chester Arthur Burnett, AKA Howlin' Wolf, on radio 2 at the moment :ok: :ok:

PilotsPal
4th Apr 2006, 21:07
A little trip down Memory Lane with Paul Simon's Graceland at this time (I wsa there two weeks ago today!)

batninth
4th Apr 2006, 21:54
Hobo,

Yes, but which Online Radio Stations???? ie ones that have a web address, you can click on a link and listen on your computer while you pprune?

There's loads of search engines out there that will find you the sort of music you enjoy. Based in the UK, I like listening late night radio on US stations in our morning to get an ecclectic list of tracks.

As an oldie, favorite is KGSR in Austin (www.kgsr.com) and "The Current" (http://minnesota.publicradio.org/radio/services/the_current/) both of which are pretty broad in their playlists. Studio Brussels is pretty upbeat, and tuning around the local Student Radio streams can get some different kinds of music. Hope these help

Howard Hughes
4th Apr 2006, 23:01
Try Nova (http://www.nova969.com.au/template_home.asp?PID=74&PageName=HOM_PHP_RC&PageType=published) in Sydney.
Cheers, HH.:ok:

AerBabe
5th Apr 2006, 08:25
I heard it through the grapevine....

Standard Noise
5th Apr 2006, 08:31
'Tits on the radio':}

or whatever is on one's Eyepod.

4Foxtrot
5th Apr 2006, 08:41
http://www.95bfm.co.nz

The sound of the (down)underground. :ok: