There’s something so uplifting about gospel music, don’t you think? All of the amazing harmonies, the upbeat lyrics and the fact that you can dance away until your heart is content.
Getting your fix of gospel music doesn’t have to be limited to the church or choir practice, tune into one of these amazing radio stations and start singing along wherever you are!
Gospel Radio Stations
Premier Gospel offers a whole host of heavenly tunes all day every day, so you can get your favourite gospel tracks whenever you please.
This station is based in 22 Chapter Street, London and was first on the airwaves in 2010 on February 1st.
They aim to provide a soundtrack of the best UK gospel music – contemporary and traditional, as well as a range of R&B, Jazz, Reggae and more!
Every morning starts with the Gospel Breakfast show from 7 am until 9 am with Yinka and Nage, playing uplifting, joyful tracks to help you start your day right.
For the late listeners, join Muyiwa from 11 pm until 1 am for Gospel Tonight, playing some of the best tunes from around the world.
This is probably one of the best gospel radio stations to tune into, as you’re guaranteed gospel all day long!
Premier Gospel is also a charitable organisation, so you can feel doubly good supporting while you listen.
How to listen
- DAB – London, Surrey and North East Hampshire
PRZFM is another dedicated gospel station. PRZ stands for Prayer Rally Zone, so you know you’ll get some ‘amazing praise’ when you listen to this radio station.
Based in Welling, Bexley, this radio station has been on the air since December 2014 and has been bringing people together with the best gospel music and the most engaging talk content.
Programme hosts include Emmanuel Utomi, Jummy Opadare, Afolarin Opadare (DJ Sarge) and Rita Eluwade, to name but a few, who all strive to provide a positive and uplifting attitude across all communities across the UK and beyond.
Tune in 24/7 to get your gospel on and listen to some amazing shows about current affairs affecting the UK and the world, as well as brilliant advice shows.
PRZFM is another radio station you will want to tune into if gospel is your favourite music genre. It’s also perfect for you if you like a good mix of music and talk shows.
How to listen
- FM – 109.2 MHz
- Online (by clicking on the microphone icon at the top of the PRZFM home page)
Stations with Some Gospel Music Programming
The stations below aren’t gospel music all day every day, but they do have some great scheduled slots for your favourite genre. Read on to find out when to tune in!
The London Christian Radio
The London Christian Radio aims to encourage people of all ages to embrace their faith.
With programmes to suit all ages, there’s something for everyone on TLC Radio. Subject matters include; marriage and relationships, issues affecting women, issues affecting men and also issues affecting children and young people.
Tune in at 8 am for the Early Gospel Mix to help you start your day with joy in your heart and then at 4pm for London Drive, getting you home from work with uplifting gospel tracks from up and coming gospel artists.
For the night owls, tune into Evening Gospel Mix for even more praise to bring some bliss to your evening.
TLC Radio offers the opportunity for young children to take part in the presentation of programming which is aimed at other young children, so your kids will enjoy this station just as much as you.
How to listen
The Soul Of London
Launched in 2010 on September 9th, The Soul Of London continues to play a whole host of music genres, from soul to jazz and, of course, gospel.
This radio station airs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so you’ll never be short of tunes during your daily routine.
There are a huge number of DJs and presenters involved in the day to day programming of TSOL, all of which can be contacted via the website’s contact form and here you can request your favourite gospel tracks.
No specific schedule is available on their site, so you might need a little time to listen to find out which programme will give you the most gospel music.
Since this radio station is not gospel-specific, it may be better to tune into one of the first two stations which play predominantly gospel music.
TSOL is great though if you like a bit of variety and soul throughout your day.
How to listen
United Christian Broadcasters or UCB for short, offer 2 radio stations which bring you the best in Christian music as well as the most up-to-the-minute topics.
UCB began broadcasting on DAB in 2006 and the popularity of this station meant that UCB 2 was born, spreading the word of the Lord and bringing comfort and cheer to the UK through a mixture of music and praise.
Get your ears ready on Mondays at 7 pm for Sandra Godley’s Gospel Grooves on UCB 2 and enjoy a whole programme dedicated to your favourite music genre.
Also, Sandra brings her gospel charms to a Saturday afternoon from 2 pm until 5 pm, so you can continue your worship while you go about your weekend tasks.
UCB 2 is definitely a great place to listen to the best and newest Christian music, so if you like a mixture of Christian rock and pop as well as gospel, this is definitely the station for you!
Tune into UCB 1 for even more music as well as some talk shows focusing on issues affecting the world today.
How to listen
- DAB – Nationally