How to Listen
You can listen to Paisley FM in multiple ways and on multiple devices.
- On the radio – on 107.5 FM
- On DAB digital radio – from July 2022 on the new Glasgow city DAB digital radio multiplex
- Online on the internet at paisleyfm.co.uk
- On the Paisley FM App – install from your App Store
- On a mobile phone device – use the Paisley FM App
- On a computer, laptop or desktop, play Listen Live at paisleyfm.co.uk
- On a tablet – use the Paisley FM App or at paisleyfm.co.uk
- On a smart-speaker – spoken command: “Alexa, Play Paisley FM” or Google Assistant “Ask Paisley FM to Play”
- On a internet radio, either a portable or as part of a tuner. Choose Internet Radio and choose UK and seek Paisley FM
- On a third party App – TuneIn; myTuner; Get Me Radio!; Openradioapp;
Alternatively, you can listen to Paisley FM via these sites and platforms:
You can listen on the Paisley FM App which is available to download for free from your App Store of choice or wherever you get your apps from.
The Paisley FM App is good with all Android and iOS devices iPhone and iPad, including smart mobile phones, tablets, laptops and PCs.
The Paisley FM App offers one touch listening to Paisley FM 107.5 on the go, or use with Bluetooth in your car or any other device.
Download now for free at the App Store you use at Google Play
Download now for free at the Apple i0S store.
Paisley FM broadcasts ‘over-the-air’ on two separate transmitted wavebands.
To Paisley and Renfrewshire on the analogue FM waveband at 107.5 MHz – that’s up at the very ‘top of the dial’ where you can go no further!
DAB – digital radio waveband – service suspended
This service ceased on Friday 8 October 2021 at 6.02pm when the Glasgow Ofcom Trial Small-scale multplex closed and was shutdown.
This was a DAB radio transmission to the City of Glasgow area and parts of Renfrew and Paisley.
Operator Nation Broadcasting advised of the shutdown to users of the multiplex at the beginning of October 2021. The DAB mux has been transmitting since November 2015 when it was launched by Brave Broadcasting using an Ofcom trial licence. The trial was to last for nine months, but instead lasted six years.
It means a break in service before the permanent DAB multiplex licence commences, which is now expected to be in July 2022.
Scroll along until you reach PAISLEY and press ‘select’ on your DAB portable or in the car.
Paisley FM transmits on DAB using the superior AAC coding which is the DAB+ version of Digital Audio Broadcasting. MPEG-4 Hi Efficiency Advanced Audio Coding v2 (HE AAC v2) Layer 2, commonly known as DAB+ was introduced in 2011 to provide more robust reception and improved audio quality.
It would be a good idea to save PAISLEY as one of your stored DAB stations/services.
Most DAB digital radio sets let you hold down on the Select button for two or three seconds to save the service. If you can’t find PAISLEY on your DAB radio or DAB in your car, your digital radio may need to do a ‘full auto tune’ or ‘full-scan’.
Press on the Autotune or Autoscan button for 3 seconds and the radio will do a ‘full auto scan’ and it is likely that you will received PAISLEY. Make us one of the pre-set favourites!
FM waveband – 107.5 MHz
FM waveband: PAISLEY will be displayed if the radio has RDS (Radio Data System, which is a basic text and data display for FM radio broadcasting) and most hi-fi tuners have this facility together with portable radio sets. RDS is standard as part of the in-car entertainment/radio systems.
Listening on the move in-car or any vehicle to Paisley FM 107.5 covers Paisley, Renfrew, Johnstone and across Renfrewshire. In-car reception is possible over a wider area to include west, north and south Glasgow plus most of West Dunbartonshire to include Clydebank and Dumbarton. Coverage in Renfrewshire extends to Inverclyde and the village of Kilmacolm and parts of Port Glasgow.
Smartphone, tablet, laptop PC, desktop PC
You can also listen to Paisley FM 107.5 on your mobile device, that is, Smartphone, tablet or laptop by using the Listen Live button on this website front page.
Internet Radio set or internet tuner
Image displays listening via a portable Internet Radio. This device tends to use wi-fi around the home or office. Typically, scroll through radio services that are available on the internet, either by location/country (UK) or type (Local/community)
Internet Radio devices
Display on a Roberts Internet portable radio
Paisley FM is also available on Internet Radio devices.
You will need an internet/online connection and ideally wi-fi in the room or place.
Search for ‘Paisley’ as shown.