How to listen to Folk Radio UK: Best in Folk and Roots

Listening to Folk Radio UK

Station Choices

We have TWO Radio Channels in Total, one of which is hosted on Deezer. The listen links for all are over on the right of the website.

Mobile Users

If you are viewing our website using a mobile there are a number of ways you can listen:

1) Click here to open our stream.
2) If you have the TuneIn App installed (available via Google Play and the App Store) Click here to open in your TuneIn App.

Main Channel

Featuring our widest mix of Folk and Roots music. If it’s variety you want then this is the one for you. Here’s what has just played:

See our playlist

You can listen via the links on the right-hand side of our website which appear on every page.

We can also be found on iTunes Radio under “Folk Radio UK” in the ‘International/World’ category.

You can also listen via the TuneIn App, one of the most popular radio listening radio apps. The app is available via Google Play and the App Store.

You can find us on the Tunein website by searching for “Folk Radio UK” or by going here to our TuneIn Station Page

Our Deezer Channel

Folk Radio UK runs its own channel on Deezer as a media partner. To listen just press play on the Deezer logo image in our listen section on the right-hand-side of our website.

You can also listen directly on Deezer by clicking here, just bookmark this link, it is free to use.

Outside the UK:
If Deezer is available in your country just go here: and bookmark it.

On-Demand Content

We feature a number of on-demand features allowing you to listen to mixes and sessions in your own time as well as exploring themes, new artists and more. To keep up to date on new on-demand features we recommend you sign up for our newsletter and follow us on Mixcloud and Soundcloud.

The latest on-demand shows can also be found here.

Latest Mixes / Live Sessions:



Questions? Problems?

If you can’t get things to work, you can contact us here as a last resort. Please be sure to try a variety of different links first, since at least one of them will generally work for you, no matter what type of system or connection you have.