About Radio 6 Music
BBC Radio 6 Music brings together the cutting edge music of today, the iconic and groundbreaking music of the past 40 years and unlimited access to the BBC's wonderful music archive.
Read more about the history of 6 Music on Wikipedia.
How to Listen
In the UK you can listen live to 6 Music in a variety of ways:
DAB Digital Radio: Listed as "BBC Radio 6Music" or "6 Music"
Freeview: Channel 707
Freesat: Channel 707
Sky TV: Channel 0120
Virgin: Channel 909
6 Music is not available on FM analogue radio. Get help with listening on a DAB Digital Radio
For information on listening on all of these platforms, visit BBC Sounds Help.
Listen live and catch-up with programmes broadcast in the past 30 days on 6 Music's website
Get full details of the various ways you can listen via mobile on the BBC Sounds Help page
Some 6 Music programmes are available as podcasts, which you can download and listen to on any MP3 player.
You can listen to 6 Music on some tablet devices and gaming consoles using BBC Sounds. Advice about which tablets and consoles are supported can be found at BBC Sounds Help.
Internet (WiFi) Radio
To listen on an internet radio, you may need to enter the URL for our live stream, which is available in various formats. The URLs for all radio streams available from BBC Radio are provided here.
For more information, please contact the manufacturer of your device, or refer to the instruction booklet.
Freeview, Freesat and Digital Cable TV
If you need more help with switching to Digital, visit Digital UK's website.
Email: For many programmes, there will be a "Contact" link on the programme's web pages.
Text Message: You can send a text message to a presenter or a show via your mobile when the show is live on-air. The text number is 64046. (Texts will be charged at your standard message rate. Check with your network provider for exact costs.)
Post: You can also write to radio show teams using the following address:
BBC 6 Music
99 Great Portland Street
London W1W 7NY
If a direct contact option is not available, or to make a comment, complaint or enquiry about other BBC programmes or services, visit the About The BBC site.
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BBC Audience Services: call 03700 100 400. (03700 calls cost no more than 01 and 02 geographic landline numbers and are included in discount packages for both fixed-line and mobile phones).
Complaints: The BBC has a system for dealing with complaints from our audience. All complaints about the BBC, our programmes and services should be sent via our Complaints website