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|Re: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by toluxa1(m): 12:16pm On Sep 16, 2011|
Since I have been hearing of listening to inspiration fm online, I have not been able to access their site and listen online. Can someone actually post a working link to listen to them live. Thanks
|Re: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by toluxa1(m): 8:00pm On Sep 26, 2011|
What is their actual, working streaming site?
|Re: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Nobody: 8:42pm On Sep 26, 2011|
Yes i do bt not always.
|Re: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by shimole: 5:22pm On Oct 17, 2011|
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|Re: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Mustay(m): 1:55am On Dec 26, 2011|
> Sport Summit every weekday at 1.15pm
>I Beg Una: some select days starting from 10.30 am to 12 noon
> Streets of Lagos *can't remember the time, it's around 3pm maybe Wednesdays* but when the elders take you to the history of some streets, you weep for our sorry state
> Islamic Show: Friday (don't know the name but with Sheikh Yaqub) 6.15pm
> Know Your Rights: Friday 7pm
> Breakfast show: Weekdays 8pm to 10 pm with different segments
> It's a Man's World: Thursdays 9 pm or so but repeat broadcast on Saturdays 9. 30pm
> Eve: Wednesdays 6.30pm and repeat broadcast at Saturdays 7.30pm. Hosted by *her name don skip o! Ye that lady o* t's a show that deals with women issues and relationships
Ehen, her name is Cordellia
|Re: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Mustay(m): 2:00am On Dec 26, 2011|
> Business Week with Phisayo: *think it's Wednesdays around 12 noon* it's very enlightening
> Freshly Pressed: Weekdays 7.30am to 8am
> Lagos Talks: Weekdays 9am to 10am
Night talk shows at 9pm
|Re: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Mustay(m): 2:19am On Dec 26, 2011|
Ray Power 100.5 fm:
> Political Platform: Weekdays 9.15am
> Stories from the heart or so: Saturdays 11am
E don do jo.
> If you no dey tire for sports, try Brila fm.
> If you want LASGIDI rounder, na Eko fm
>Top radio has some interesting programmes too but it's target audience too na young buddies to 30, 40 IMO
> Inspiration Radio na Family Christian (emphasis) Radio with some nice programmes. "Sharing life issues with Chaz B" get enough adult fans too and their news too. "Talk Radio" every Saturday at 8am is there too.
>92.9 Bond fm: "Koko ninu iwe iroyin"
>Rhythm fm: Well, more music, less talk
> Wazobia fm: sometimes "go slow yarns" can crack you up
> Cool fm: Entertainment radio; Newspaper Headlines @ 8.30am; Relationship shows at Nite and adverts galore
> Classic Fm: Classic songs, issues and mature content
> You just want to hear people talking abi? That one is Nigeria Info fm
> Beat fm: the name says is all
> Ray Power: have good programmes too.
> Star fm: Oyatoguns from 7.15 am but advert dey make man change station
> Radio Continental: have content too, politics etc
> Choice fm: content too mixed with music too
City fm etc
Previously, a lot of stations were second to clubs, so much music but some are trying to stick to their schedule and have to cope with 'moving' presenters too.
I listen to BBC radio too and get the recent "Story, Story: Voices from the market" series, football live and their podcasts. I think it's more interesting than VoA. My opinion
Ah ah, Sunday mornings na 'church things' almost every station.
|Re: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by walaky(m): 5:48am On Dec 26, 2011|
I love listening to radio on my radio phone, and i think a lot of people do that too, Well i like Listening to Nigeria Info 99.3, CoolFm 96.9 Wazobia 95.1, i do like listening to Chaz B to on Inspiration Fm, mostly it's the presenters that usually create the awareness of the programmes and raise the profiles of the Stations they work for and right now the competion is really on as there are enough Radio to choose from
|Re: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by jack1420: 11:47am On Dec 26, 2011|
I listen to the radio everyday and it quite interesting. I am listening to the radio through free satellite radio, Some of the programs are really nice and usefull too. I feel relax while listening to it.
|Re: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by toluxa1(m): 2:33am On Aug 11, 2012|
someone actually post a working link to listen
to inspiration fm live. Thanks
|Re: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by toluxa1(m): 4:34pm On Aug 15, 2012|
|Re: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by sweetie82: 3:57pm On Jul 14, 2015|
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|Re: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by adeyrossin(m): 4:04pm On Jul 14, 2015|
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|Re: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by funkyjms: 3:44am On Jul 15, 2015|
Popular Side on Brila FM with Eager, Radio Most Wanted and Overdoze!!!
|Re: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by Chydobe: 1:07am On Jul 12|
LISTEN TO RADIO ONLINE? Listening to radio stations, be it; talk shows, music, commercials etc, with, the aid of a radio, catching the waves and signals, very normal and popular. But, to listen to a radio online, not just online, but
with the aid of your smartphone, and other internet enabled devices, over the internet (not a radio app on your smartphone), is quite very interesting.
When you listen to radio online over the internet, you have the ability to access so many radio stations around the world. You would be able to listen to any country's radio station from your own country. AWESOME!!!
Click on link below to listen to any radio station in the world. Some Radio stations are just FANTASTIC
|Re: Do You Still Listen To Radio Programs? by peacengine(m): 5:08pm On Jul 12|
I'm a radio man
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