Real Audio in
all cases: Some have Windows
(Links to audio)
(Links to audio services)
UK -Radio 2 :
UK Radio 3:
UK Radio Five Live:
(for local stations):
Radio 4 stream (FM):
4 stream (AM):
to audio streams:
US National Public Radio:
Voice of America:
WORLD RADIO NETWORK
(on-demand audio reports from various broadcasters from round the world)
Technical news -home page
Lyric FM (Ireland):
below are ones we have listened to or
were recommended by you. Links are as up to date as possible - please
E-mail us if you find them out of date.
there are various sites around which carry links to Internet audio:
One of the best we have found is http://www.live-radio.net/worldwide.shtml
from which there are links to stations from round the world, listed
according to country.
The BBC site is probably the most comprehensive in the world overall.
Its radio sections in our view could do with more on-demand material
but it does have both live stations
and, in the World Service section, a reasonable selection of on-demand
archives. We have listed the main site and some of the best individual
BBC WORLD SERVICE:
Stations with audio on demand.:
The stations listed below are all English language but
our Other links
page includes links to worldwide guides for stations in all languages.
WORLD RADIO NETWORK:
The listeners area of this site features on-demand links to on demand
programmes from a range of origins .
For live programming from commercial
stations try Mikes Radio World
Broadcasting Corporation main site is http://www.abc.net.au
:This carries links to its audio services. Among them we suggest:
- As its name suggests, the national service. This includes links to
political and science programming, much of which is available on demand.
- ABC local stations
FM - The ABC classical music service.
ABC Triple-J - The ABC
pop music channel.
Programmes ( again to Real audio):
This goes to sites which include on-demand audio of some fascinating
oddball items about Australian rural life.
- Its Asia Pacific service.
Dig -An Internet
only-service of music and Jazz channels
1 ; Radio
3; and Radio Canada International-
RCI pages all link to audio
There is also an hourly newscast -(http://www.radio.cbc.ca/news/hourly/latest.ram)
There are also links from an audio
index page to regional outputs including those in native
languages such as Radio
One Inuvik and Radio
One Iqaluit when on air for those who
may interested in some new sounds
NZBC International has a
limited Internet output (none at weekends)
has an online news service
The Voice of America, the US government
service has both live streams and on-demand audio.
English language news reports are at http://www.voanews.com/newsnow/
(links to audio)
In addition to radio stations there
are some other Internet sources for radio material. If you do come across
these, please E-mail us.
One of the best we have found (A BIG problem if you have to pay for
your phone time is the size of the files) is the site for the New
Mercury Theater Archives. This includes not only the famous Orson
Welles 'War of the Worlds' broadcast but much more of the company's
output. Some is available in Real Audio, some in MP3 format, some in
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