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Jeffrey Lo

Best Radio Stations for OMSI

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I use my favorite local radio station ... JACK Fm ... really great tunes .... :) shame about the adverts mind.

http://jackfm.co.uk/

And the streaming URL- http://player.jackfm.co.uk/

And every friday night I tune in to "The Friday Night Jukebox" on Radio Oxford (well, actually it's broadcast from radio Kent butI listen to it on BBC Oxf.) ... great show!

http://www.bbc.co.uk.../bbc_radio_kent

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Gotta try this later smile.png do they play the pop/top songs? grin.png

Who... jack fm? no, not modern pop ... it's mainly 80's, and 90s, with some alternative stuff.

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M & R haven't paid much attention for radio. Maybe in 1.02. You can't control the radio because an outer source other than OMSI is controlling it, and you haven't got direct access to it smile.png

I see... maybe opening iTunes' radio (or in the browser) is better than OMSI's radio ;) and I think 1.02 is out already, with additional languages :D

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