You can start listening in your browser right now by using the player below!
If the above player does not load, then you may not be able to listen via the webplayer on your device. This is possible on some smartphones and older computers. Please scroll down the page for alternate options.
Don’t forget you can also listen to NE1fm on 102.5FM across Newcastle and Gateshead!
Here is a constantly updated feed of what is playing live on NE1fm!
Please Note: This may display the wrong song name during specialist programming that does not use our main playout system.
Using A Desktop Program
You can listen using any popular desktop media player via the links below (Windows Media Player, VLC, Winamp or iTunes). You’ll be prompted to download a file, which you can then save to your computer and open for easy access to the online stream at any time, or can alternatively open immediately in the player of your choice.
If you’d like to use a media player other than the four listed above, then this is usually possible by simply using the last option.
TuneIn Radio App
NE1fm 102.5 is also listed on the TuneIn Radio app, compatible with most smartphones, for easy access to our online stream on the move. The application is free to download, and once obtained, you can find us by searching for NE1fm. The link below will take you directly to NE1fm on TuneIn radio, where you can listen live directly in your browser (all devices) or download the TuneIn app to listen to us on the go (mobiles only)!
Finally, don’t forget that you can tune into us 24/7 throughout Newcastle and Gateshead on 102.5FM!
I’m experiencing a stop/start stream or cannot listen. Why?
If you’re experiencing playback issues while listening, this is usually due to a lack of bandwidth. The most common cause of this is the active download and upload of files while listening, and this should be avoided while listening to online radio. Likewise, a weak wireless or mobile internet signal is often insufficient for the bandwidth needs of a radio stream. If your problem is that the webplayer does not load, then there may be an issue with Adobe Flash on your device. If this occurs, you may try the “Listen in a Media Player” links or, on a smartphone, use TuneIn Radio to listen.