Speysound Radio - Speysound Radio started life in 1993 as Ski FM, following which we shared air time with MFR in Inverness for a time. However, in 2009 we were granted our own Community Radio Licence by OFCOM, and began broadcasting on 107.1 FM as well as live on the internet. Our most recent development was the advent of 24 hour broadcasting which began in 2014.
Our transmitter is situated at the top of the funicular railway on Cairngorm Mountain, 1097 metres above sea level and, with MFR, shares the honour of having the highest FM radio transmitter in the UK. We cover the whole of Badenoch and Strathspey in the Scottish Highlands and you can either listen to us by tuning your radio locally to 107.1 FM or, if you would like to listen via your computer or are further afield, you can use our ‘Listen Live’ facility on our website. If you would like a pop-out player so that you can continue to browse the internet, please use the button on the right of the player.