BBC Nepali Adds Morning Programming
     

The BBC launched a new morning radio show in Nepal August 1. The BBC Nepali 15-minute show began at 7:15 a.m. local time, broadcasting regional and international news.

From Kathmandu, the station airs on 103 FM, re-broadcasting via a nationwide network of 260 FM stations.

“The BBC has a strong audience base in Nepal, and this expansion of radio programming shows our commitment to providing these audiences with highest-quality news and information,” said BBC Nepali Editor Rabindra Mishra. “Our new morning program will help set the day’s news agenda in a vibrant, energetic and engaging style.”

The new program adds to the current schedule, which features a 30-minute evening news program from Monday to Saturday, a 15-minute Sunday news program, as well as a 45-minute Sunday program called Sajha Sawal (Common Questions), produced with BBC Media Action.

BBC Nepali also broadcasts BBC World Service programming in English.

Rating People: 0   Average Rating:     
Comment List:


Post your comment

Your Name:  Required
Your Mail:       Your email will not be published.
Your Site:    

max. 800 characters


Posts are reviewed before publication, typically the next business morning. Radio World encourages multiple viewpoints, though a post will be blocked if it contains abusive language, or is repetitive or spam. Thank you for commenting!