iTunes Radio ditching free access
Some people will have received an email, telling them that free iTunes Radio stations will soon not be available - on the 28th January to be precise. Now, these algorithm-generated channels will still be available, but now, they'll be part of Apple Music, and that requires a subscription.
You'll still be able to listen to the Beats 1 radio station without subscribing, but you can't customise that, which might bother some users.
If you've been enjoying iTunes Radio, and want to keep using it, then you're going to have to cough-up £10 per month, although, if you're a new user, you can get a three month trial for free.
If that doesn't tickle your pickle, then you can still use Spotify's free, ad-supported thing, where you can listen to music on desktop and via mobile (although that gives you limited access) and Google Play Music has their free, advert-filled radio stations too. So you've got options, if you're not really prepared to stump-up a subscription.
There's always normal radio stations too, if this all sounds like a faff, or listening to mixes on Mixcloud. Either way, you won't be using iTunes Radio for free for very much longer.