Your country's radio (7)

1 Name: Anonymous Linguist : 2007-07-01 10:47 ID:XLlCp50Q

I'm looking for public radio in other country (especially japan) to listen live on the net.
I mean not internet radio with 12 listeners, but the ones you can actually hear in your country (FM).

Here some french radio in exchange :

CHERIE FM : mms:// or mms://

EUROPE 1 : mms:// or mms://

EUROPE2 : mms:// or mms:// mms://

FRANCE BLEU : mms:// or mms://

FRANCE CULTURE : mms:// or mms://

FRANCE MUSIQUE : mms:// or mms://

FRANCE INFO : mms://


FUN RADIO : mms:// or mms://

LE MOUV' : mms:// or mms://

NOSTALGIE : mms:// or mms://

NRJ : mms:// or mms://

OUIFM : mms:// or mms://

RADIO NOVA : mms:// or mms://

RMC : mms:// or mms://

RFM : mms:// or mms://

RIRES ET CHANSONS : mms:// or mms://

RTL : mms:// or mms://

RTL2 : mms:// or mms://

SKYROCK : mms:// or mms://

TOP MUSIC : mms://

(from )

Thanks !

2 Name: Anonymous Linguist : 2007-07-10 11:15 ID:HNma8syH

"Open radio player"

Can't find live jp radio :(

3 Name: Anonymous Linguist : 2007-07-18 19:12 ID:eGZUcZiv

4 Name: Anonymous Linguist : 2007-07-18 20:37 ID:n2b+wHGm

CBC Radio One, and CBC Radio Two
Stations from across the country, sea-to-sea-to-sea, in English, French-Canadian, and Inuvialuktun (I think)

5 Name: Anonymous Linguist : 2007-07-20 18:54 ID:n2b+wHGm

Just found out there's a CBC Radio Three, with apparently 100% independent Canadian content

6 Name: Anonymous Linguist : 2007-07-25 20:54 ID:fiFqun8b
Seattle's own KEXP, a donations-supported music station which plays a HUGE variety of stuff, click on "programming" and take a look. There's a lot of rock during the day and a lot of world music in the evenings. Also, has one of the best DJs to ever have a lisp [DJ Riz].

7 Name: Anonymous Linguist : 2007-08-14 02:52 ID:Heaven

Just a suggestion here, but could we please try to post direct links for listening, like >>1 did?

Those official pages or "players" that everyone seems to want you to use have a tendency not to work on all operating systems, they are often hard to navigate for someone who doesn't know the language well, and they are just generally a pain in the ass.

And on that note, here is Sweden's own SR: (public radio)

P1: talk/news
P2: classical music
P3: music/entertainment, for ~= 15-35 age group
P4: music/entertainment, for 35+ , and local programming

Direct to stream: (i hope this is not just temporarily valid) (ASF) (replace "p3" with what channel you want)

There's mms:// and rtsp:// available too - just replace the http:// part.

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