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HOTT 95.3 FM

Burning up the airwaves since December 1st 1997 and recently confirmed as the as the most listened to and favourite radio station in the nation.

Soca, Reggae, Dance Hall, Hip-Hop and R&B lay the foundation for the action created for maximum listener and client satisfaction.

Simply the best by far when spinning the hottest musical repertoire, Hott 95.3 FM lays down the musical law from the AM to PM on FM!

“Morning Mayhem” is the highest ranked Breakfast Show, hosted by Barbados’ perennial Favourite Radio Personality, Jon Doe.

“The Bridge” with DJ Tami, "The Afternoon Kickout"with Scott Le Roc, “MonstaDrive” with Peter Coppin,  and “Hott Spot” with Bard International complete the stellar weekday roster.

There is no mercy o the competition on weekends as Daddy Fabian [“Attitude”],

DJ Hitman [“Hit List”]  and h Alvin “Soca Superman” Toppin [“Soca Sundays”], all keep the fire blazing.

All the major festivals and musical events are promoted extensively on Hott 95.3 FM given it’s impact through and support from thousands of listeners.

 

LIFE 97.5 FM

“Listen. Love. Live” is the clarion Christian call coming  from LIFE 97.5 FM.

The Gospel of Jesus Christ is clearly presented and shared through music and the teaching and preaching of local, regional and international ministries.

“Focus On The Family”, “Back To The Bible”, “Derek Prince Legacy Radio”, “Unshackled” and “Adventures In Oddyssey”  are some of the popular programmes aired.

“Kids Choice” is the longest running radio programme for children in Barbados today.

Prayer based programmes are especially well- received by supporters of LIFE 97.5 FM

“LIFE Light”, “LIFE Today”, “LIFE Drive” and “LIFE Night” are presented on weekdays on LIFE 97.5 FM.

The LIFE 97.5 FM team is lead by Ronnie Clarke and includes Graham Vaughn, Anthony Greene, Carol Toppin, Everton Mottley, Vere Walcott, Adeline Sparman, Stephen Callender.

 

THE BEAT 104.1FM

March 2 2015 signalled the format transition of the 104.1 FM frequency from Adult Contemporary to Top 40 Hits.

With females between 25-54 years as a core target, The Beat 104 became the station dedicated to those who loved David Guetta, Sia, Rihanna and other chart toppers.

“The Honey and Nut Breakfast Show” with KB Kleen, “The X Factor” with Malcolm X and Stokely Murray

Exclusive market coverage of Barclays Premier League Football on Saturdays and select weekdays allows The Beat 104  to flex it’s sporting muscle to attract even more listeners.

On March 2nd 104.1 became The Beat 104 and launched its audio visual radio system, the first of its kind in Barbados. Supported by a new digital console, this system represents state of the art technology in Radio/TV broadcast. Radio is now visual and the Beat 104 features a dynamic on-air team, a contemporary top 40 playlist, sports and exclusive coverage of Barclays Premier League Football.

 

VOB 92.9 FM

Originally transmitting as VOB 790 am since 1981, Voice Of Barbados has established itself as the premier News/Talk and Community outlet in the nation.

News and Public Affairs form the backbone of what many consider to be the flagship station of River Road, with news bulletins regarded as trustworthy, balanced and accurate.

“Today In VOB Country” with Carol “A.M” Roberts sets the tone on weekday mornings.

“Down To Brass Tacks” is the nation’s most listened to call-in programme, with David Ellis, Dennis Johnson and Peter Wickham regularly listed as favourite moderators.

“De Loveman Series with Ian “Cupid” Gill dominates radio audience share in the afternoon during the week.

“Social Graces”, “Best Amateur DJ” and “Lyrical Interpretations” form concepts enthusiastically fronted by Ken “Any Other Is Counterfeit” Husbands.

Musically and culturally, there is a strong local and regional flavour, while discernment is exercised in presenting international content geared towards a more mature audience.

 

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