London Radio Studio Hire
Looking for a London radio studio for a special event, or to maintain continuity when you’re away from home?
Here are some examples of broadcasts hosted at Radio Facilities
The Edge, New Zealand: Royal Wedding Breakfast Show
Bill Wyman on Sirius XM Radio, with Andrew Loog Oldham
“The Answer” on Rockline
NASA Astronaut Jon McBride
UK radio interview with Damon Albarn
Sirius XM Radio’s Italian football coverage
Rate Card and Calculator
Adjust these options for an
estimated studio charge:
Frequently Asked Questions
Click on a question below for more information
Where are you located?
We are a London voiceover studio, offering recordings and connections across the world. The studio is located in Hammersmith, West London. We are 1 minute from both tube stations, which are served by 4 lines (District, Piccadilly, Hammersmith and City and Circle Lines).
Is an engineer included?
Yes, an engineer is included, to make everything go smoothly.
Can I operate the equipment myself?
We only rent the studio with one of our own engineers.
Do you open at weekends and overnight?
Our opening hours are Monday to Friday 10am-6pm.
We can operate out-of-hours in certain cases. However we charge an additional 50 percent on our standard prices. There is also a minimum booking duration of 4 hours.
How many people can the booth take?
Our London radio studio is equipped with 2 microphones. This means the studio can take 2 people at a time.
Can you connect to other studios?
Yes. Our London radio studio can connect via Source-Connect, Source-Connect-Now, ISDN, Skype or telephone.
Will you carry out a line test in advance?
Yes. We like to do a short test connection first and don’t charge for this. Following a successful test, we then confirm your booking.
How do I pay for my booking?
You can make payment by BACS or with a card online or over the phone. We accept all cards, except American Express. Additionally, for certain customers we offer 30 day payment terms (with a purchase order).
Is the studio wheelchair accessible?
Yes, for wheelchairs up to 69cm in width – the width of the building’s lift. We have ramps for the building’s front step and for wheelchair users to get into the voice booth.
Do you charge for telephone and ISDN calls?
There is no charge for UK ISDN or telephone calls. However we do charge for overseas calls at BT rates. Bear in mind that international ISDN calls can be rather expensive. For example, a call to the USA is almost £1.50 per minute!
Who do you work with?
We’ve worked with hundreds of voice artists, actors and agencies over the years.