All of the BBC's radio stations - national, regional, local and the World Service - are available via the internet. There are also thousands of stations around the world that broadcast on the net.
For problems with your computer, software or connection, please contact the retailer, manufacturer or internet service provider (ISP).
A wi-fi (wireless) radio allows you to listen to internet radio stations from all over the world without being tied to your computer and without even switching it on. To listen, you need a broadband connection for your computer and a wireless router, as well as the wi-fi radio itself. You can move the radio around, as long as it is within range.
With BBC iPlayer you can:
To use iPlayer, go to the iPlayer homepage or to any BBC radio station website.
For help with installing the iPlayer Download Manager, or any other queries about iPlayer, go to BBC iPlayer Help.