How To Listen
There are plenty of options for listening to Turn Back Time Radio – please choose one or more of the following options.
PLEASE NOTE: We are playing our music under licences issued by the Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA), and the Phonographic Performance Company of Australia Limited (PPCA). For this reason, we are unable to allow transmission of our music programs outside of Australia.
Via the Turn Back Time radio web site
On the right hand side of the header on each page and post (top and centre of smaller screens), you'll find a Listen Now button - click on this button to open the web player. The player will appear from the right hand side of the screen. You can "pop" the player out as a separate window to allow you to continue browsing the Internet without interrupting the music.
At the bottom of each page and post on the web site, you will also find another web player in the footer. Simply click on the Play button to turn the stream on and off as you need to. If you are going to be visiting several pages during your stay, we'd recommend that you click on the Pop Out icon in the top right corner of the player. That way, the music won't stop every time you change the page you are viewing.
Download the FREE iOS and Android apps
We have an all-new and FREE downloadable app for both iOS (Apple) and Android devices. To access these, search for Turn Back Time Radio in your preferred app store or click on the appropriate link below:
Ask Alexa to play Turn Back Time Radio
You can also install the Turn Back Time Radio skill onto your Alexa-enabled device.
Once you have enabled it on your device, all you need to do is say is “Alexa, play turn back time radio” and she’ll do the rest! You can find out about the Alexa Skill by visiting the Alexa Turn Back Time Radio Skill page - available from mid-May 2022.
Program your own Internet radio
If you own an internet radio, you are typically able to add your own stations to the list that you have available by default – often this is listed under My Internet Stations.
You’ll need to check your owner’s manual to determine how to add the station to your radio – we can only provide you with the URL that needs to be added.
Create a new radio station and call it Turn Back Time Radio. When prompted to enter the URL for the station, enter this one: