What is community radio?

Community Radio is part of the “non-commercial” media sector, meaning they are not operated for the purpose of creating a profit for individual owners. Instead, community radio stations are operated for the benefit of a local community.

Community radio has local programming provided by volunteers and the local community. They are expressions of the communities they serve and can have eclectic programming ranging from educational, to talk, music, advocacy, news, and cultural programmes.

Here’s a link to one internet radio https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/live:bbc_radio_three