Radio Communication Guide
Brussels has many radio stations from which to choose. Unfortunately for English-speaking expats, nearly all the stations are in French and Flemish and a few in German, though much of the music is in English. There are a variety of formats you can listen to, the most popular being top 40 and pop-mix. Below are the most popular channels.
- Radio 1 (91.7FM). Formal-type lite adult contemporary station. http://www.radio1.be/
- Radio 2 (93.7FM). Less formal, more family radio station, with a pop-type format. http://www.radio2.be/
- Klara (89.5FM). Classic music station. http://www.klara.be/
- MNM (97.0FM). Pop music station. http://www.mnm.be/
- Nostalgie (98.1FM). Golden oldies station. http://www.nostalgie.eu/
- Q-Music (103.1FM). Pop music station. http://www.q-music.be/
- Studio Brussel (). Adult Contemporary/Alternative station. http://www.stubru.be/
- FM Brussels (98.8). Mix of pop, alternative. http://www.fmbrussel.be/
- Classic21 (93.2FM). Classic rock station. http://www.rtbf.be/
- La Premiere (96.1FM). Mainly formal news/information/adult contemporary station. http://www.lapremiere.be/rtbf_2000/bin/view_something.cgi?id=0160772_sac
- VivaCite (99.3FM) Public service station news channel with international adult contemporary music. http://www.vivacite.be/index.htm
- Radio Contact (102.2). Pop/rock station.