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Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by sexyeyes(f): 7:36pm On Dec 12, 2014
E don Tey I listen to radio o
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by OCTAVO: 7:36pm On Dec 12, 2014
Sure, I do!
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Nobody: 7:37pm On Dec 12, 2014
Yea. Whenever am going to work I listen to Star Fm or Nigeria Info,Brilla fm whenever Chelsea plays and am stuck in traffic sad and Classic fm whenever I wanna get serious.



But in all radio Arabella and Wien beats them!
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by herald9: 7:37pm On Dec 12, 2014
Yes I do...

I always tune in to Atlantic sports by 8...

Sometimes I'll tune in when I'm tired of going over my playlists again and again..

Then listen to gists on Planet fm

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Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by D9ty7(m): 7:39pm On Dec 12, 2014
KHAYGOLD:


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.
Tunde Olawuwo is very boring. Even his programme world sport is not all that interesting. This other lady too. None of them is as good and madt like Obilo.
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by PerfumeRepublik: 7:39pm On Dec 12, 2014
cupidhero:

Cosmo was to D0pe. Their playlist covered all genre. Rhythm and coolFM used to be cool but they are not that special anymore.

I'm yet to see a radio station that independent of politics ,independent of favoritism when it comes to music artistes...Cosmo was in a class of its own ,its gone .
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by marnboy(m): 7:39pm On Dec 12, 2014
Am & PM Sports on radio delta warri.
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Natasha2(f): 7:40pm On Dec 12, 2014
when I'm bored I do listen.
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Sunkyphil(m): 7:42pm On Dec 12, 2014
internet has completely taken d shine off radio stations
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by KHAYGOLD(m): 7:42pm On Dec 12, 2014
D9ty7:

Tunde Olawuwo is very boring. Even his programme world sport is not all that interesting. This other lady too. None of them is as good and madt like Obilo.

yea, very true. which part of ibadan do u reside? I live around sango/poly road.
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Tolulopefinest(m): 7:45pm On Dec 12, 2014
yoged:
Sure. Confession time by S O U L everyday Sunday at oluyole fm between the hours of 9pm - 11pm. I don't miss all these yoruba sport on radio expecially owonu awon egbasibe grin . Any Osun dude will know that
BRUV WE ARE ALMOST D SAME O..loves dt program CONFESSION TIME (the guy is so intelligent thou) also d second program...owonu awon egbasibe..AYAYAYAYA YEYEYE..MUSEMUSEMUSEYI...LARISESEMUSESEYI..
Lolzzzz

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Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by D9ty7(m): 7:45pm On Dec 12, 2014
alobam1:
.. Dont tell me Obilo is on suspension again..Too bad
Where else is he likely to be? Remember his last time on Bull's eye, he interviewed a former gov of Oyo state, Senator Adewolu Ladoja.
Sen Ladoja is on the list of chieftains likely to become the Olubadan of Ibadan, same with Adebayo Akande, the owner of the radio station.
He was probably suspended because, he asked Ladoja some questions that deserves no answer.
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by D9ty7(m): 7:46pm On Dec 12, 2014
KHAYGOLD:


yea, very true. which part of ibadan do u reside? I live around sango/poly road.
Iwo road.
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by adebayoggt(m): 7:47pm On Dec 12, 2014
It's a surprise not to see anybody mentioned 102.3 radio continental dis is d best station to listen to topical infotainment issues.
kubanji direct 7pm,talk Nigeria 10am,wetin dey etc..
starfm 101.5 mofe and moyo oyatogun
92.9fm koko inu iwe iroyin
100.5raypower .political platform
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Ubiero(f): 7:48pm On Dec 12, 2014
Just 'The Olodo Game' on Cool fm - Sat 4 to 6pm.

It's been a while I listened to Rick Dees weekly top 40. I guess d show may not still be on.
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Misogynist2014(m): 7:49pm On Dec 12, 2014
Voices on splash FM
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by KHAYGOLD(m): 7:52pm On Dec 12, 2014
D9ty7:

Iwo road.
Not really far from/to eachother. Nice to know u are a Ib-based. I wish u good bro.
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by stinggy(m): 7:57pm On Dec 12, 2014
donstevico:
yea for abj.we dey hear lean on me.apart from that. radio in abj is totally boring.

BTW...share if you love gej like if u love gmb
Haba bros, wazobia 99.5, cool 96.9 & rhythm 94.7 are very cool stations

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Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by D9ty7(m): 7:57pm On Dec 12, 2014
KHAYGOLD:

Not really far from/to eachother. Nice to know u are a Ib-based. I wish u good bro.
Same here.
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by bakenda(m): 7:58pm On Dec 12, 2014
englishmart:
if I don't listen to sport radio briila FM abuja. I will kill myself

I thought you are in France.
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Nobody: 7:59pm On Dec 12, 2014
I do listen to radio show once in a while,my favourite are: mannie and the angels on coolfm in the morning,freeze and exclusive in d evening,femi and the gang on nigerian info...
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by smudge2079(m): 7:59pm On Dec 12, 2014
Nah. Radio is becoming obsolete.
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by nwaobitex: 8:03pm On Dec 12, 2014
life would be boring without coolfm
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by McLove(m): 8:03pm On Dec 12, 2014
dazzle5:
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.
I also like that Tifuntedo And Serenade with Soul @ Oluyole On Sundays
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by MNDY(m): 8:05pm On Dec 12, 2014
The radio has become an inextricable part of my life! I've come a long way listening to radio! At times, I think it is a bad addiction!
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I listen to virtually every show and program! And as a music addict, the supply of music gets me glued even more!
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Check this out, I've refused to buy and use stylish advanced phones and/or smartphones, I rather purchase simple Nokia phones with radio facility in them (Nokia 2626, 110, etc). 110 transmits radio so perfectly, awesome reception with a wide reach!
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From the days of CosmoFM (Zoey on Believe it or not, my fella Spaceboy on Cruise Control, etc) DreamFM (DjRain with the craziest of spins, literally, this dude is the sh't in the DJ vis-a-vis music orientation, FX2 (overated), DJ Jeff (overated), Glory (from Cosmo), my n'gga MacSwagz, etc!
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Back home, I have 3 radio stations with Grace the privately owned one blazing the trail! My reservations about them for not employing the services of a DJ (a needful radio attribute) after skill-laden DJ GFunk came, saw and showed sublime skills and left! No more mixes but still dope a radio-station! Presenters skipping playing songs abruptly for uncensored words (a work a DJ should take care of)
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From real life experience, radio improves your personality and mentality in all ramifications through educative and enlightening talks!
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Nobody: 8:12pm On Dec 12, 2014
D9ty7:

IBGT, Starfmwood and what again?
yeah, I love those programmes, and I jst love hearing her voice. She's too good!
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Aniahfrankie(m): 8:13pm On Dec 12, 2014
042 Dream FM rocks. Sports track
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by MNDY(m): 8:15pm On Dec 12, 2014
I have an unbridled addiction for radio listening! I listen to anything and everything on radio! And I have listened to a wide variety of radio stations!
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The music and educative orientation concepts has left a subliminal radio listening effect on me! E dey do me like say na me dem invent the thing for sef!
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by HonourablePomk: 8:18pm On Dec 12, 2014
Why not . . .Rainbow fm Comedy all the way with Wazobia Diplomatic OPJ
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by bukobs(f): 8:22pm On Dec 12, 2014
Yes! It has been a 'companion' from time immemorial. Even went to Nysc camp with me in Katsina.

However, for now, I am finding myself addicted to Reggaelisef pawty with Empress Hayjay on Star Fm 101.5, tuesdays - fridays 8-10pm. I bet all music lovers especially reggae fans will thank me later!
Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by peteruuu(m): 8:25pm On Dec 12, 2014
Ra what Radio it's been long i heard that word sef

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Re: Nairalanders: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by mjames: 8:28pm On Dec 12, 2014
Yes o o o Nigeria info 92.3 ph

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