How To Listen
There are many ways you can listen to Star Radio in Cambridge and tune in to your favourite presenters and hear Cool Classics For Cambridge!
You can listen to Star Radio on 107.9/1FM. We have a dedicated transmitter for Cambridge on 107.9FM, covering as far as Bury St Edmunds, Royston and St.Neots. We also transmit from the top of Ely Cathedral on 107.1FM – this gives us huge coverage across Cambridgeshire also reaching into West Norfolk and Suffolk.
You can now listen to Star Radio on DAB. We are part of the Cambridge DAB multiplex so you can listen to us on your DAB radio. You don't have to worry about remembering our frequency because on DAB you can search for stations by name at the touch of a button. If you're having trouble finding us on DAB you may need to preform a rescan to pick us up. Listening to Digital Radio is absolutely free.
You can listen to Star Radio live online via our website. All you have to do is go to www.starradioonline.com and you'll see 'Listen Live' at the top of the page. One click and you can listen to non stop Cool Classics For Cambridge and hear our presenters just like that!
You can download the Star Radio app and listen wherever you go. You can listen live whilst also being able to keep up to date with the latest news, travel and competitions directly from your mobile. The app is available on both iOS and Android devices.
Other features the app has:
- Take Star Radio with you wherever you and listen to us on the go.
- Interact with Star Radio and call, email, text and Tweet, all directly from within the app.
- See a live stream of what you hear on-air, including songs, news, weather, travel and much more.
- Rate, share and download the music you’re listening to.
- Listen to our podcasts and on-demand audio whilst you browse through the app.
- Browse our photo galleries and events.
- Set an alarm clock
You can download the app here:
Alternatively you can go directly to the App Store on your phone and search for 'Star Radio Cambridgeshire'.
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Get The App
Take Star Radio with you wherever you go and listen to us live. Interact with the studio and call, email, text and Tweet us all directly from within the app.