How to listen live to the station
Sheffield Live! Broadcasts continuously on 93.2fm across the Sheffield Region, but is also available online.
You can listen online anytime by coming to our website and clicking the listen live button at the right of the page, but our stream can also be accessed by a wide range of technology, in fact if your click on this link:
it will probably open in your default application, from whichever device you are browsing this page from.
If you want to add the stream to your own media player, internet radio, smart phone or interactive TV etc, you may find Sheffield Live in their in-built catalogue, else you might need to enter the URL of the stream somewhere which is:
IE in iTunes: Choose Advanced -> Open Stream in the menu:
Then simply copy the link above and paste it in the box on your media player.
Other media players probably have very similar ways of adding the live stream. Please check the documentation of your personal media player about adding a live MP3 stream to it’s library.
How to use our podcasts
Our podcasts are delivered in open standards and iTunes compatible RSS/XML format from either the show’s individual page or from the podcasts page. However we still supply the older interface though PodHawk here. If you are still having trouble, you can try using the older version of our website here.
Generally, to subscribe to one of our podcasts, going to the podcast or show page and clicking the “Subscribe” button on the right hand side bar should work. However if nothing happens or you get code in your browser then you may have to copy/paste the RSS/XML feed into your favorite podcast player. We suggest you use one of the players on our downloads page and follow the applications guidelines to add the podcast.
To get the address of the show you wish you add, you can right-click over the shows RSS/XML podcast link:
and paste this into your media player:
Your podcasts should now be kept up to date and every show until you unsubscribe will be kept on your media player. Bear in mind our shows are usually 1 or 2 hours, so each show will use up 55mb to 110mb of your hard drive storage respectively.