How do I listen to 4BC?
If you’re within the Brisbane metropolitan area, you can tune to 4BC via 882AM & digital radio.
If you’re not within our coverage range, you can still listen to our shows and presenters via the internet or mobile app.
Listening via a computer, you need a computer with a sound card, speakers or headphones, a web browser and a connection to the internet. We recommend downloading Google Chrome as your web browser.
What is ‘streaming’?
Streaming lets you listen to audio or video while it downloads over the internet to your computer. Audio and video files can be very big. Video especially can take a long time to deliver if you’re using a slower internet connection. Streaming reduces the size of these files and allows you to watch or hear them as they’re delivered to your computer. This means you can start listening straight away without needing to wait for the entire file to download. Streaming also allows live content, such as radio and television programmes, to be delivered directly to your computer.
I’m having problems using the player on my computer, what should I do?
Drop us an email and let us know what type of operating system, browser software and computer you’re using, we may be able to help you out.
How do I listen on my iPhone or iPad?
4BC also has it’s an iPhone app! You can listen live, download podcasts and call the station at the tap of a button.
Click here to download the app (iTunes).
How do I listen on my Android device?
You can listen to 4BC live on your Android device by downloading the free 4BC mobile app.
Please be aware that listening to streaming radio via mobile data on your will count against your monthly data transfer allowance.
What is Podcasting?
Podcasts are digital media files, which are produced in a series. Users can subscribe to a podcast by using software like iTunes.
Once you subscribed, iTunes will periodically check to see if any new files are available for download, and if so, iTunes will automatically download them onto your computer or portable device.