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Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by dazzle5: 7:10pm On Dec 12, 2014
My radio is always beside me o. I listen to d spicy Yoruba news on Splash FM 105.5 every week frm 9-10am prefer it to NTA govt. oriented news&don't miss a drama series on OGBC 90.5 FM every Friday evening frm 6:45-7:00pm&host of others.
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by wunmi590(m): 7:11pm On Dec 12, 2014
jahstech:
A random thought just flashed across my mind, do people (narrowing it down to all nl's) still have time listening to the radio? Cos these days we all know most people are just too busy with their phones doing one thing or the other, but if you still do, definitely there must be a particular program that interests you so make we know your location and the channel and program wen you feel say others suppose dey enjoy d way you dey enjoy am so!!!

Radio ko, radiology ni
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Dahjhi: 7:11pm On Dec 12, 2014
Did you just say radio..?. Don't remember there is one here in Hong Kong.. No subscription, no lite... this is the most boring thing I'll be doing...

Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by pamcode(m): 7:12pm On Dec 12, 2014
of course every saturday the beat 97.9 fm ibadan is my choice at eleven-twelve for sports news love femi.Akeem and the others
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by cupidhero(m): 7:13pm On Dec 12, 2014
PerfumeRepublik:
Used to be a freak for midnight radio shows on Cosmo Fm Enugu wayback....
I guess the closure of the station broke my heart...
I don't pay a lot of attention to Radio shows anymore
Cosmo was to D0pe. Their playlist covered all genre. Rhythm and coolFM used to be cool but they are not that special anymore.
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by IamHumility(m): 7:14pm On Dec 12, 2014
I listen to radio wella.
♏Ɣ favourite program NA "Know wetin Dey"

On Rhythm 93.7 FM Jos every Friday 8am till 10am
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by pinkyruledworld(m): 7:14pm On Dec 12, 2014
Akon's stadium live radio on metro fm, tune in now sef

friday grand slam with dpd on raypower

and beatfm
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by D9ty7(m): 7:17pm On Dec 12, 2014
Radio! Radio! Radio! I think I listen to radio, but I have my time table.
If you are a fan of politics in Nigeria and outside, listen to Splash fm 105.5 on wednesday 7am-11am and on saturday 8am-11am. Join Edmund Obilo on VOICES.
And of Mondays, 10am-11am on the above station join Edmund Obilo on Bull's eye, where he interviews politicians and other well to do citizen of this country. Where you will hear him ask questions that the politician will be unable to answer.
Though he is on suspension now, as ordered by the Oyo state government, I guess. He should be back tomorrow.

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Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Sunnypar(m): 7:17pm On Dec 12, 2014
Inspiration 92.3 fm 7-8pm weekdays
Inspiration 92.3 fm 7-8pm weekends
Radio continental 102.3fm 12am-4pm weekdays except Fridays.
Nigerian info. 99.3fm Let's talk 8pm-1.00am weekdays.

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Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by amnesty7: 7:18pm On Dec 12, 2014
I would rather not have dinner than to be without my radio (i have two, one in the bedroom one in the sitting room) from 8pm - 12am. Many good stations: Radio Nigeria Kaduna, Nagarta Radio, BBC Hausa and many other interesting AM and FM stations here in Kaduna.
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by D9ty7(m): 7:18pm On Dec 12, 2014
FeverRay:
Yes o! Star FM ibafan. Esp d voice of radioqueen
IBGT, Starfmwood and what again?
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Blakyclyde(m): 7:21pm On Dec 12, 2014
back in those days when my phone battery was still strong, and CNN hasn't replaced my radio,
My favourite radio programme(s) are:
Diplomatic Info on Nigeria Info 99.3
Morning Crossfire & Football Frenzy (Radio's deadliest gang).
Top Sport on Top Radio (90.9)
Comedy Happy Hour with De Don (Rainbow fm 94.1)
Murphy And the A Team (88.9 Brilla fm)
And others. But now, money tinz on point. No time.

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Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Dammysmart: 7:23pm On Dec 12, 2014
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Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by damselalayo(f): 7:23pm On Dec 12, 2014
Are you mohammed yakubu from mpape!
englishmart:
if I don't listen to sport radio briila FM abuja. I will kill myself
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by iykepromotions: 7:24pm On Dec 12, 2014
dammytosh:
I chase murphy Ijemba of Brilla FM every where I go.

Even when i am outside the country. I join him online
radio paparazi....

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Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by vivalavida(m): 7:24pm On Dec 12, 2014
I am more of a radio person and the different stations serve me @ diffnt times of the day.
Inspiration fm on sunday
Reek dees on cool fm by 12pm sat and sunday
Mannie and his angels in the morning on cool fm or Olisa and his crew on beat fm.
Mid day show is just for toolz baby on beat fm
Frive home show goes to Gbemi on beat fm
Sat/sunday 6pm new music by fade on beat fm
Nigeria info for soccer
N6 and joyce on cool fm week nights. Sometimes i skip them to listen to Douglas on Beat Fm.
98.1 smooth fm for midnyt music
Then Beat fm. Thatz ma fav radio station. Listening to it while typing this now

RADIO ROCKS FOR ME

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Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Nobody: 7:24pm On Dec 12, 2014
I thought about getting a radio just this morning. It's been so long I listened to the radio.
I will definitely listen to the one on my phone tonight, before I sleep.
And then try to buy a radio set when I can.
Nice topic, Op

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Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by listenersky: 7:24pm On Dec 12, 2014
Yes o! My radio is permanently tuned to inspiration 92.3fm,I listen to Wana Wana, TITI,and bellarose okojie.but it's painful bella rose left,I will miss her Saturdays wedding vibes.
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by alobam1: 7:25pm On Dec 12, 2014
D9ty7:
Radio! Radio! Radio! I think I listen to radio, but I have my time table.
If you are a fan of politics in Nigeria and outside, listen to Splash fm 105.5 on wednesday 7am-11am and on saturday 8am-11am. Join Edmund Obilo on VOICES.
And of Mondays, 10am-11am on the above station join Edmund Obilo on Bull's eye, where he interviews politicians and other well to do citizen of this country. Where you will hear him ask questions that the politician will be unable to answer.
Though he is on suspension now, as ordered by the Oyo state government, I guess. He should be back tomorrow.
.. Dont tell me Obilo is on suspension again..Too bad
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Nobody: 7:25pm On Dec 12, 2014
orobs93:
Yes oh...sometimes I turn off my TV and on my radiio
Big ups to E D K in other news I am the FIRST TO COMMENT..vote Buhari come 2015

Local TVs are nothing but boredom in this country. Brilla FM is what I listen to on radio.
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by olasman0(m): 7:26pm On Dec 12, 2014
Yes, i do
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by freezyprinzy(m): 7:26pm On Dec 12, 2014
englishmart:
if I don't listen to sport radio briila FM abuja. I will kill myself
grin...nigeria info 4 political discussions,cool fm 96.9 4 em presenters,wazobia 99.5 for fun mayb..rythem 94.7,hot fm 98.3 4 entertainment news..4 em music av neva listend 2 brilla fm d last time i did boring
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by KHAYGOLD(m): 7:27pm On Dec 12, 2014
D9ty7:
Radio! Radio! Radio! I think I listen to radio, but I have my time table.
If you are a fan of politics in Nigeria and outside, listen to Splash fm 105.5 on wednesday 7am-11am and on saturday 8am-11am. Join Edmund Obilo on VOICES.
And of Mondays, 10am-11am on the above station join Edmund Obilo on Bull's eye, where he interviews politicians and other well to do citizen of this country. Where you will hear him ask questions that the politician will be unable to answer.
Though he is on suspension now, as ordered by the Oyo state government, I guess. He should be back tomorrow.

I can't wait for Mr Obilo to come back from his 3weeks break. Tunde Olawuwo has been woeful and lazy in terms of carrying out research before coming on air. He's got no swag, no spices. His voice is also boring. I believe I can do better than him. Can't wait to hear Mr Obilo's voice tomorrow, but if its gonna be tunde, I won't even bother to tune in.
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by prettyboi1989(m): 7:28pm On Dec 12, 2014
Yes ofcourse, team evening oyoyo on wazobia with opj and twitwi and team whispers of the early morning with daniel apata on radio continental.
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by JuicyGee(f): 7:29pm On Dec 12, 2014
Yes i do, its my regular morning
routine, i listen to Nigeria info and cool fm. Nigeria info is so
educative while cool fm has all the craziness/fun/cool jams.

I once told my bf i was listening to radio and he laughed and called me a local girl
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by alobam1: 7:31pm On Dec 12, 2014
I dont listen to the Radio any more..Before i hammered,i was a great fan of radio programms..Yeah..But since things turn around for good to a little extent.I found it so hard to listen to the Radio..Before i was a Fan of Splash Fm Edmound Obilo.wont miss it for anything in the world.but nowadays i wont even remember when hes on Air..Then came Beat Fm.Star.and even most recently i was told there is one Space and Raypower joined the train in Ibadan..Anyway am now a Great Fan of Cable T.V. To watch Films sef na Wahala..From CNN to Al.Jazeera. To HipTv and Soundcity na so i dey turn my T.V. My Radio still sits on my Fridge idly..I think i need to get anoda..I miss the Radio
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by JoshuaKay(m): 7:32pm On Dec 12, 2014
Most times when m in sch, I just listen to random stations where music is playing like vibes fm n raypower fm. But when m back @ home I can't afford to miss U&I program on OSBC 104.5 FM by 7:15pm every Thursday. It is an education program where u also call in to win gifts like phone, DVD, laptop when available, et cetera.
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by ijaola(m): 7:33pm On Dec 12, 2014
Yes, big fan of political platform on raypower fm. Every mon-fri 9:15 - 9:45am

I listen to a little bit of frankly speaking with muyiwa afolabi.

The bbc sport on raypower.

The rest na to tune for music and that is when I get to listen to radio.

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Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Coolguy89(m): 7:33pm On Dec 12, 2014
Yea I enjoy peoples parliment here in maid evry saturday mrn.
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Jabioro: 7:34pm On Dec 12, 2014
Dr Udoko,Wellton and dat fine baby l never met,G3 Monday2Friday,Rainbow Fm.

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