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A radio station is a broadcasting service that can be listened to in a vehicle or on a standalone radio player. They feature in every Grand Theft Auto game, and are accessible from almost any vehicle (except some such as bikes or emergency vehicles).

Most radio stations play songs with a DJ and commercials between them; other stations are primarily discussion-based. Emergency services channels are not considered radio stations. Emergency vehicles do not play public radio, except in multiplayer.

Each radio station focuses on one theme or music genre. Some PC versions have the functionality for Custom Radio Stations.

Rockstar Games has a Spotify account with playlists for most radio stations from each GTA game, although some playlists are missing certain songs.

2D Universe[]

Grand Theft Auto[]

Main article: Radio Stations in GTA


Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 and Grand Theft Auto: London 1961[]


Grand Theft Auto 2[]

Each area features five radio stations from a pool of eleven, in which one of them would be played as the player drives most vehicles in game.

3D Universe[]

Grand Theft Auto III[]


Grand Theft Auto: Vice City[]


Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas[]


Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories[]


Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories[]


HD Universe[]

Grand Theft Auto IV[]


Note: In other games, while cycling through the stations there was a "RADIO OFF" option, this is no longer the case. In GTA IV to turn off the radio, hold the right (or left) directional button (D-pad) (for PC, press "X")

Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City[]

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars[]


Exclusive to the PSP, iOS and Android versions

Grand Theft Auto V[]


Exclusive to the Enhanced Version (PlayStation 4, Xbox One & PC)

Grand Theft Auto Online[]


Exclusive to the Enhanced Version (PlayStation 4, Xbox One & PC)

Note: It is only possible to receive one talk radio station at a time. To turn off the radio, select "Radio Off" at the bottom of the wheel or cycle through the stations.

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