This page contains various montages of radio IDs (better known as jingles) available for download. I first became interested in these when I was at school, fascinated that someone somewhere was going to all the trouble of creating these tiny (if occasionally cheesy) mini-songs. Here's an audio documentary explaining my jingle fascination.
The world's jingle capital is Dallas, Texas, and I especially like the rich complex harmonies they produce: here's an example from my favourite production company, JAM Creative Productions singing a specially-composed accapella jingle: "Geoff Barton". Obsessives might also like to hear my life-story in a song: "It's Nice Knowing Geoff".
Learn more about how this unusual hobby began: Home Truths.
I no longer upload many montages to the site. Instead, I'm host of the Bob Dinan Jingle Podcast where you can hear Bob's jingle rants. In February 2014 he visited the greatest jingle company in the world, JAM Creative Productions. Here's his report with lots of links to audio resources and photographs.
To visit the websites of the world's best-known jingle producers, take a look at
You can download a number of jingles montages below and, at the foot of the page, there are links to the pages of more serious collectors.
Updated several times a week, this is where legendary jingle collector Bob Dinan rants, raves and reminisces about the wonderful world of jingles. If you're new to the obscure tradition of radio IDs, here's where to start: The Bob Dinan Jingle Podcast
In February 2014 Bob visited the greatest jingle company in the world, JAM Creative Productions
THE BARTON JINGLE ARCHIVE ...
How it all began: The interview with David Stafford on BBC Radio 4's Home Truths (September 2005)
Looking for new montages? Take a look at the Bob Dinan Jingle Podcast where you can hear Bob's jingle samples updated a couple of times a week.