How to listen to Signal 1
What frequency is Signal 1 on? In a world of multiplatform radio, with DAB, FM, HD Radio and radio online, there are many different ways to tune in.
infoMore info: to find out more, including addresses, people who work there, audience figures and other information, see Signal 1’s directory listing.
Listen to Signal 1 online
You can listen to live online radio from Signal 1 for free. Internet radio is also one good way to listen to Signal 1 in the car, if you’ve Bluetooth or an AUX input from your phone.
Click a button below to listen now in your browser.
get_appApps: we may also list official apps to help you tune in on Signal 1’s page.
Listen to Signal 1 on DAB Digital Radio
You’ll find Signal 1 on DAB in the areas below. You don’t need to know any numbers: just tune it in, by name.
radioDAB Digital Radio: Stoke-on-Trent
Your set is a DAB Digital Radio if it has a DAB logo on it somewhere, or if you can pick up BBC 6 Music on it. You should find this station on there too, if you’re in the transmission area. If not, you might need to retune, or rescan, your set: you’ll find details how to do this in the manual.
Listen to Signal 1 on FM
You can listen to FM on many things - from your mobile phone to almost any radio set. On some radio sets it’s marked UKW or VHF. FM radio receivers with RDS may give more information, like the song playing now, or the name of the show you’re listening to. Find more stations broadcasting on FM.
This station has more than one FM frequency in its broadcast area of ‘Staffordshire and Cheshire’. Try each in turn to see what works best where you are. Some stations only cover some of their area with FM.
radioFM: 96.4 MHz
radioFM: 96.9 MHz
radioFM: 102.6 MHz
We currently don’t list AM frequencies.