Pete Naughton, who writes the podcasts and internet radio column for telegraph.co.uk, recently published a list of what he regards as “The Best Internet Radio Stations“. He’s divided these into a few categories:
1. Recently Added
2. General Listening
3. World Music
4. Jazz & Soul
6. Classical Music
7. Talk Radio
Although not on Pete Naughton’s list, I’d say that West Point Internet Radio is also well worth a visit. It’s a US based, privately funded, non-commercial enterprise offering no less than 5 separate non-stop programmes:
Famous 56WFIL.com provides the “Greatest Hits of the 50s, 60s & 70s” inspired by WFIL, the legendary Philadelphia AM rock station of the 1960s.
Breezy Radio offers big band music and singers, swingers and standards from the 1930s, 40s and 50s.
Classic Country is just what it says: Country Music’s Best,
Soft Tracks provides “Soft Rock and Folk”,
The Classical Channel has non stop classical music.