Non-Profit, Ad-Free, 24/7 Independent Radio

Resonance is a broadcaster like no other.

Every month, Resonance broadcasts a pioneering, award-winning and ever-evolving schedule of 100 regular series covering all kinds of topics: music, literature, fine art, radio art, theatre, film, video-games, field recordings, climate change, social justice, finance, international development, civil rights, technology - and so much more.

Every day of the year 24 hours of original programming - entirely free of commercial influence - is broadcast and archived, with more than 34,000 programmes currently available to listen again on our Mixcloud, free to listen and ad-free, forever.

Audio UK’s “Network Of The Year”

In November 2022 Resonance won “Publisher or Network of the Year” at the Audio Production Awards:

“Highly creative, innovative, varied and engaging. This was audio of the highest quality, demonstrated through a range of formats and contributors. Resonance is a network which has... overcome major practical challenges in the last year, yet still managed to deliver industry-leading content on a... Community Radio budget"

Documenting Our Cultural History and Creative Heritage

Resonance FM is not just a broadcaster.

It is a fluid and unbroken twenty-year audio documentary of the world’s arts and a diary of our cultural history. It offers unparalleled insight - like no other radio station ever could - into how UK’s creative and cultural life has evolved, how people live and create - and underlines the essential and under-appreciated importance of the arts to public life. Our goal is to keep Resonance’s output available and make it as accessible as we can, for all. That is why we’ve made available more than 35,000 broadcasts on our Mixcloud - totally free and ad-free, forever.

Support Our Work

Support Original Programming

On a monthly basis Resonance broadcasts an award-winning and ever-evolving schedule of more than 100 regular series spanning all kinds of music, literature, contemporary art, field recording, culture, environment, social issues, finance, international development, technology, film, radio art, videogames - and so much more - listed below:

The Hello Goodbye Show

Ukrainian Field Notes

Is Black Music

Robyn Rocket's Zoom Zoom

Nostalgie Ya Mboka


Listen. Let's Talk.

Our Tales On Midnight Radio

Daydreaming Machine

Joe Bates Explains It All

Constellations of Listening

Unusual Music Exchange

Psyché Tropes

Haunted Network Research Initiative

Smashing Records

Field Notes

The Sampler



The Restart Project

Codaphonic Workshop

Isolation Vacation

Intoxica Radio Hour

MSCTY Radio Tokyo

Into The Moss

Records Comic, Curious and Cracked



Turtle Island

Isolation Vacation

The Restart Project

Synaptic Island

Sonic Darts

Sonic Imperfections

The Organ Presents The Other Rock Show

Gate Kicks

Literary London

The Wrong Show

Intoxica Radio Hour


Grime for the Unconverted

Devil's Dancers


Southern Whirled Service

One Life Left

Precious Nothing


Such Music

The Relatively Good Radio Show

The HelloGoodBye Show

Langham Research Centre



Hot Club Du Monde

Sonic Imperfections

The Curtain Up Show

Studio Visit

Sleeping Dogs Lie

Art Monthly

Shoot The Breeze

Nunhead American Radio


Spizz FM

K-Pop Journey

The MW Residency

Balling The Jack

Safe + Sound


Steep Incline

Langham Research Centre

Drift Shift

A Colder Consciousness


A World In London

The Outerglobe

The Restart Project

Sonic Darts


One Life Left

Radio Ecoshock

Panel Borders

Dig That Treasure

The Wire: Adventures In Sound and Music

Club Integral

Arty Facts

Around The World With The Lallas

Bad Punk

Sitting With Gianluca

Make Your Own Damn Music

The Ambrosia Rasputin Show

The Sound Projector

The Workplace

The N@ked Short Club


The News Agents

The London Ear

The Rob Simone Talk Show


The Restart Project

The Traditional Music Hour

Late Lunch With Out To Lunch

A Duck In A Tree

Pull The Plug

gaffer tape and glitter

Kitchen Magic Time

Far Side Radio

Calling All Pensioners

Little Atoms

Fog Cast

Our Plans For 2023 And Beyond

The incredible collective efforts of our community of volunteers meant that our February 2023 fundraiser raised £22,500. Since then, we’ve raised a further £15,000 in donations. However as the cost of living rises, so does the cost of running our charity, particularly at a time when Resonance needs to rapidly relocate its premises and deliver the next three years of activity. If Resonance cannot raise further funds before the end of the 2023, its future is at risk.

Raising a total of £100,000 before the end of 2023 would secure Resonance’s future and enable us to:

  • Complete our planned relocation to new premises in the London Bridge area.

  • Stay ad-free and independent and support the production of 24 hours per day of original “industry-leading” audio content across Resonance FM and Resonance EXTRA - broadcast day and night to our 1.8 million listeners.

  • Keep providing a platform for our broadcasters as well as other emerging producers, musicians, artists, engineers, as well as guests, and - of course - our listeners.

  • Keep rapidly-growing global experimental audio channel Resonance EXTRA on DAB in Brighton & Hove, Cambridge, Norwich and Greater London and online worldwide.

  • Preserve the more than 34,000 broadcasts archived on our Mixcloud pages, a nationally-important historical archive and a vital cultural resource.

  • Help maintain a bastion of independent media and a “thrillingly unpredictable racket” (Robin Ince, The Big Issue), free from outside interference and commercial influence, on DAB Digital Radio and FM - for many years to come!

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Become one of 100+ regular donors

With three years Arts Council England funding secure until 2026, Resonance plans to hit the ground running and raise £100,000 in 2023 to support our activities over the next three years.

To achieve that, monthly donations will be critical. Not only can monthly giving be more convenient for supporters, it also smooths our cash flow, allows us to budget more accurately and, critically, allows us to do better work overall, over a longer period, to support the Resonance community.

If you haven’t already joined us, please consider becoming a supporter with a monthly donation - starting at just £3 - today.

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London Musicians Collective Limited. Registered charity number 290236. Company Number 01557490 (England and Wales) at Resonance FM, Studio 1, 6-8 Cole Street, London SE1 4YH.

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