Digital radio offers more choice whether you're at home, work or on the move.
Choose a new radio for its features, design or sound.
Make sure you're not missing out on digital stations.
16th June 2020
Musicians and radio presenters are supporting a new emergency appeal to help those affected by coronavirus.
3rd June 2020
The Department for Transport has launched a consultation on proposals for new cars to come with DAB digital radio as standard.
9th June 2020
The digital radio stations are moving to DAB+ during June.
27th April 2020
Radio presenters and journalists including Aasmah Mir, Luke Jones and Cathy Newman have been unveilved as the latest names to join Times Radio.
There's never been a bigger selection of digital radios. From small sets for the kitchen to feature-filled devices for the lounge, we've picked out our favourites.
All of these radios can receive FM, DAB and DAB+. Find out more about DAB+.
If you're looking for your first digital radio or have questions about one you own we've answered some common questions.
Some entry-level and mid-range smartphones still come with an FM tuner, but you may want to install an app to stream live radio.
The vast majority of DAB+ stations in the UK are in stereo, but LBC News is one exception.
Listen to live radio, music and podcasts with smart speakers.
Smart speakers offer a convenient way of listening to live radio stations and on-demand programmes.
They're also great for podcasts and streaming music, with hands-free operation and room-filling sound.
In our 2019 guide we look at smart speakers and whether you should buy a DAB radio or a speaker with a voice assistant.
The Google Home range of smart speakers offer a new way of listening to live radio, podcasts and streaming music.