Voice Of Barbados FM
Voice Of Barbados Radio
Voice Of Barbados FM
Afternoon DelightExamines the day to day living of ordinary Barbadians, their hurts, happy times - in a soap opera type of setting - looking though a mirror at themselves.
Agony ColumnProducer Rick Kleffel reports on literature, technology and whatever he can talk his editor into for National Public Radio. He rarely sleeps and sometimes plays electronic music.
Down To Brass TacksThe two popular calls in shows in Barbados where people discuss the national and community issues with a varied group of moderators.
Farmers CornerAdvice for the Agricultural sector from the Ministry of Agriculture.
Market VendorA hilarious commentary on world and local affairs.If it's ridiculous the market vendor will hold it up to ridicule in his short, sharp critique.
Pause For ParentingThis discussion program dealing with various aspects of parenting.
VisionsThis programme focuses on the challenges of the disabled community. Concerns such as transportation, access to shopping and work.
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- Sturges, Barbados
River Road, St Michael
Barbados, WI(246) 430-7300
More informationOriginally 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 “De Loveman” 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.