It’s easy to get in to the routine of listening to one radio station constantly as you’re making breakfast in the kitchen, on your car stereo and at work. With so much choice out there it’s a shame to stick with just one radio station.
How many radio stations are there in the world?
There are around 44,000 radio stations in the world, according to the CIA World Factbook, with a large percentage of them available to listen to online at the click of your mouse. If you take all the broadcasting radio stations in the UK (around 905 at last count) they would only just make up 2% of the world’s radio stations! A staggering amount of choice is out there from the 13,769 radio stations in the United States to the 608 radio stations on air in Australia and that’s just scraping the iceberg.
Fantasy Radio Station
You can create your own dream radio station from all the radio stations on the internet right now. We already did that so you don’t have to! Here’s a whole day of radio listening pleasure – based on UK time – from around the world.
Personality Radio Show Schedule
Early Breakfast : 5am-7am
Hamish & Andy on 2 Day FM Sydney
This Aussie comedy duo have a great on air chemistry, always talk about interesting every day subjects and play the biggest pop hits in Australia.
A Dutch dance music selection to wake you up and get you ready for the day ahead. Radio in the Netherlands is famous for having great jingles!
Breakfast Show : 8am-11am
Ugly Phil on Triple M Australia
The ugly one is back, famous on both sides of the world, he was formerly drive presenter on Kiss 100 and Kerrang Radio in the UK. Ugly Phil O’Neil doesn’t do censorship and his show consists of controversial subjects, wind up calls and celebrity interviews.
Mid Morning Show : 11am-2pm
Elvis Duran and the Z100 Morning Show from New York City
The man needs no introduction at all. Listen to the show on the internet and enjoy his inimitable “zoo radio” style, funny phone calls and big money radio production from the self proclaimed “biggest radio station in the world!”
Afternoon Show : 2pm-5pm
Steve Wright in the Afternoon on BBC Radio 2
He’s presented the breakfast show on Radio 1 but he’s become known as Mr. Afternoon in the UK. Steve discusses the news stories of the day and often takes a quirky look at some of the less serious stories of the day along with “Factoids” and star interviews.
Drive Time : 5pm-7pm
James Whale on LBC 97.3 London
Controversial talk host James Whale has been on air for decades and sounds as fresh as he’s always been. You never know what he’s going to say next and he always has a strong opinion well worth listening to.
Evening Show : 7pm-11pm
Mike Hosking followed by Leighton Smith on Newstalk ZB New Zealand
End the day by finding out what New Zealand is waking up to. Newstalk ZB is the most popular talk radio station in all of New Zealand.
Late Night Show : 11pm-2am
The Savage Nation with Michael Savage on KSTE Sacramento
Banned in Britain, by former Home Secretary Jackie Smith, but not banned on the internet! Savage has the most personable, easy to listen to style of all US talk show hosts. He’s outspoken and always has an interesting take on the day’s news.
Overnight Show : 2am-5am
Classic Rock 91.5 Melbourne
Get through the small hours with classic rock music from down under with radio imaging that won a New York Festivals award last year.
Listen to Radio Online
If you’d like to play at making your own radio station take a look at the TuneIn Radio app from RadioTime. It has a great list of radio stations and further filters shows into different formats.