All the ways you can listen to GTFM
There are plenty of ways to tune into your local radio station for Rhondda Cynon Taf.
From FM to online, to our App and Smartspeakers there are many ways you can listen to GTFM! Check out our complete guide on how to listen, including how to connect with us on your Smart Speaker and find us on socials.
How to listen to GTFM on FM
In Pontypridd, Llantrisant, Porth, Tonypandy and Surrounding areas tune into 107.9FM
In Aberdare and Surrounding areas tune into 107.1FM
In Mountain Ash and Surrounding areas tune into 100.7FM
Does GTFM have a Mobile App?
How to listen on your Smart Speaker
Amazon Alexa: “Alexa, play GTFM on Tune In”
Google Home: “Ok Google, play GTFM on Tune-In.”
Apple HomePod: “Hey Siri, play GTFM on Tune In.”
How to listen to GTFM on the website
How to listen to GTFM in the car
You can listen to us on 107.9FM, 107.1FM and 100.7FM. You can also download the GTFM Player App on your phone and connect to us via Bluetooth or USB connector, type in ‘GTFM Player’ into your App store on your phone and you can download the App for free.
And if you are one of the thousands of RCT residents who travel into Cardiff or go to Caerphilly for work or recreation and have a DAB+ digital radio you can now hear GTFM all the way to and from your destination thanks to a relay of our station on the new DAB+ multiplex there. You may need to re-scan/tune your radio on the first trip, but after that most car radios will automatically switch from GTFM on FM to DAB+ and back as the signals change over. The same DAB multiplex also carries fellow local stations Radio Cardiff and Bro Radio, which serves Barry and the Vale of Glamorgan.
GTFM plans to introduce a DAB+ version of its local service here in Rhondda Cynon Taf too, hopefully by late 2024, subject to licencing and funding.
What music do we play on GTFM?
At GTFM we play The Music of Your Life. We play a mix of mainstream pop songs alongside classic chart hits from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, 00’s, 10’s and current music. See our current playlist here.
We also have a mixture of specialist interest programmes focusing on Rock, Blues, Unsigned, Dance, Musical Theatre, Vinyl, Welsh Language and more.
How can I find out what shows are on GTFM?