Bored and tired of talking to yourself? Don’t worry, these Hong Kong radio stations will help you out
At Honeycombers Hong Kong, we love listening to indie albums, reading graphic novels and watching TV shows and classic Cantonese movies – yes, all the nerdy (and super fun) stuff! And now we’ve put together a list of our favourite Hong Kong radio stations that you can tune into online or through the wireless, so you’ve got more reasons to stay in on the weekend.
#1 Fauve Radio
Fauve Radio is a 24/7 live DJ and Art streaming radio station in Hong Kong. From funky house music to world music, you’re bound to discover a whole wide range of new tunes on this lovely platform. The team at Fauve Radio can also seen performing and collaborating at a range of events throughout the city, making them one of the most visible English radio stations in Hong Kong.
Listen to Fauve Radio here.
#2 Radio Lantau
As one of Hong Kong’s best independent radio stations, Radio Lantau has got a good mix of contemporary, alternative and classic rock, jazz and funk and soul music, as well as weather, consumer reports and information about sporting events. And we really love their playlists!
Listen to Radio Lantau here.
HKCR (Hong Kong Community Radio) was established by a community of local creative minds, consisting of artists, musicians and supporters. This online cultural hub is dedicated to offering a safe space for newcomers, outsiders and the minorities to have their own voice. Tune in every Tuesday and Wednesday between 7-11pm for their live sessions. You can even catch them on Facebook and stream through your account there.
Listen to HKCR here.
#4 RTHK Radio 1
As one of the most beloved Cantonese radio stations by locals, RTHK Radio 1 provides the latest news and thought-provoking talk shows in regards to politics, health and more. And our favourite programme is Free of the Wing in which the hosts have an intelligent debate on the latest cultural topics.
Listen to RTHK Radio 1 here.
#5 RTHK Radio 3
RTHK Radio 3 delivers a great selection of English programmes, from Teen Time to Hong Kong Today and Money Talk. If you’re interested in knowing the hottest news in the city, RTHK Radio 3 will keep you updated. RTHK Radio is hugely popular with the expat community and is known for talking about a variety of issues that affect the city.
Listen to RTHK Radio 3 here.