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Alex Day

Disappointing. It's not true music on demand streaming as we know it: comparisons to Spotify are silly. For years, it's been possible to go to the website of any BBC Radio station, click 'Listen Live' and tune right in, as well as play shows that have recently aired. All they've done here is organise the stations in one place.

Alex Day

EDIT: I just went on their hub and that's EXACTLY what it is. Clicking the link to Radio 1 takes you to the Radio 1 website, and from there you have to click 'listen' just like you always did/could. It's actually more clicks to use this thing.

And they wonder why their demographic don't listen to the radio anymore.

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