So you're looking for info on connecting to the live stream and tuning in to DJ Unreal, eh? Well you've come to the right place!
Currently, DJ Unreal streams using the Ogg Vorbis audio format, which is a free and open-source method of recording audio. It's also far superior in quality to MP3 etc, meaning less bandwidth is required to stream at a quality that you can bear to listen to, and therefore less lag to those of you who like to do other things while listening!
Since all this technobabble is probably not helping, let's cut to the chase! In order to listen, you'll need an Ogg Vorbis compatible music player which supports streaming. Two such examples of this are Winamp and Jet Audio. Unfortunately, at this point in time, Apple have not built Ogg Vorbis streaming into iTunes, so you will not be able to listen using that. Similarly with Microsoft's Windows Media Player (although there is a patch available for that, for advanced users).
Tutorials for different apps will follow at some point, but for the moment, your best bet if you're unsure is to download Winamp. Once you've got it downloaded and installed, open it up. You'll probably get a popup asking if you want to scan your PC to allow you to use the media library. This is entirely optional, and if you plan on using it for more than just listening to the odd radio show, it's something you'll want to consider.
Once you've downloaded and installed your preferred Ogg Vorbis streaming app, and opened it up to check it works, you can click here to go back to the main page, check whether DJ Unreal is on air, and if he is, you'll be able to click on the connection link from there!