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The UK's all-speech radio service is live with non-stop news and information updated throughout the day. After 8pm we bring you all the information you may have missed on the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, rolling until midnight.

We are now broadcasting on DAB Digital Radio in Glasgow and Portsmouth - if you live, work or visit these areas, you might need to perform a retune on your radio set before you can see us. We'll be adding more places soon.

We're the first radio station to offer a national rolling news format, bringing you today's headlines in 10 minutes, every 10 minutes. But we are still very much an experiment, taking the time to work on this unique format in the UK before making it more widely available.

We're available on all the usual devices via apps, including Kindle, iPhone and Android smartphones and tablets, plus Apple TV. You can listen right here on our website, or via the TuneIn service.

Hear here:

  • DAB Digital Radio - In Portsmouth and Glasgow
  • Smart Speakers - OK Google / Alexa / Hey Siri - play News Radio UK
  • iPad, iPhone: Download App
  • Apple TV: Search "News Radio UK" in your app store
  • Android / Google: Download App
  • Kindle devices: Download App
  • UK Radioplayer: Search for 'News' (coming soon)
  • Radio.Net - now available on this platform as featured in Audi Cars
  • TuneIn: Search News Radio UK or click here
  • Website: Just press "Listen live" at the top of this page!
28th September, 10:00

Women have the right to be out whenever they like says mother of Libby Squire

Lisa Squire told a newspaper that “women have the right to be out whenever they like”, adding: “There are monsters out there.”.
28th September, 05:10

Army tanker drivers to be put on standby amid fuel supply issues

Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said: “The men and women of our armed forces stand ready to alleviate the transport pressures where they are felt most..
27th September, 20:00

Number of English Channel crossings more than doubles 2020 record

The number of people who have made the dangerous journey across the English Channel in small boats this year has doubled the total for all of 2020 – with more than three months left of 2021..