How to listen to Celtic Music Radio
Celtic Music Radio broadcasts 24 hours-a-day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year and has done so since 16 January 2008.
Analogue radio – 95 FM
Around the Glasgow area including Paisley and Renfrewshire; Clydebank and Dunbartonshire and parts of Lanarkshire, tune in on a regular FM radio to 95.0 MHz – be it a portable in the kitchen or bedroom or the hi-fi tuner in the lounge, living room or study or on the move while driving on a car radio tuned to 95.0 FM . On a radio with RDS – perhaps in your car – scan for Celt95fm With most FM hi-fi tuners and portables displaying the station name or identification, then tune-in a press select when you see Celt95fm
Online internet listening
You can ‘Listen Live’ on the internet or as it is popularly known now as Online. You will need a personal computer (PC) with audio and speakers or use a laptop with its own speakers (as shown). If you are reading this on the internet then the chances are that you can listen to Celtic Music Radio by clicking on the link below.
Internet Radio listening
You can also listen through the internet without having to use a lap-top or a home PC. You can listen via an Internet Radio (pictured is the Roberts Internet Radio) which is just like any other kind of portable radio which you can use in different rooms in the house, but you do need an internet stream and a wireless router connection which is also known as wi-fi.
Internet enabled Smart phones
If you have an Apple iPhone, iPod or iPad, download our App from the Apple App Store to listen on the go.
If you have an Android device, you can listen via Apps such as Tunein, wherever you are.
Want to know what is on when?
Missed your favourite programme?
Then use our ‘Catch Up’ anytime facility where all programming on weekdays from 6.00pm until 12 midnight and on Saturdays and Sundays from 8.00am until 12 midnight is available for up to 30 days after broadcast on-air.
Missed a ‘live’ music session or an interview?
Then go to our Listen Again and Download site to do just that. You need a PC or laptop to do this.
Want to check-up on a song or track that is of interest to you?
Then go to our playlist section. This only applies to morning and drivetime programming. For other programmes if is best to contact the presenter direct.