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Radio Stations

Next Live Broadcast...

Details of our next live broadcasts will be added here soon.

A sincere thank you to the stations who have already broadcasted SNARED

and helped us to raise awareness. 


Introducing new ideas; initiating thought provoking debate and keeping our listeners coming back for more.

You can still broadcast SNARED  on your radio station!

Reaching out to all Africans (and friends

of Africa) in over 165 different countries across the world!


Hitradio Namibia is the first and only German language private radio station in Namibia. The station went on air on August 1, 2012. Owners are the German Namibians Wilfried Hähner and Sybille Rothkegel. The station is located at its own broadcasting house in Windhoek-Suiderhof.


Broadcasting in Zambia to the entire Eastern Province, parts of Central and

Northern Provinces, Malawi and Mozambique, Breeze FM has a radius of up to 300 kilometres and a listenership of well over 1 million people. Breeze FM is a partner station of the BBC


Broadcasting a wide variety of spoken word material from South Yorkshire to the world.


Defining Radio for the 21st Century. With music, chat, news and debate, DR has something for everyone.


Step into the future of Talk Radio and discover a world of award winning programmes.

Canalside Community Radio Ltd. is one of around 240 Community Radio and Media organisations across the UK.

Radio Mosteiros FM, a progressive and dynamic station based in Monte Barro in the city of S Filipe, Fogo Island. Cape Verde.

audio-book-radio.png is a free internet radio station broadcasting a varied and compelling range of spoken word content 24/7.

Music generously provided by:

Infados by Kevin Macleod

Lament for a broken country by Lené and Gareth Music

A Peaceful Sanctuary by Tristan Lohengrin

Even in my dreams by Soularflair

Most Epic Music by CG Sky

War Drums by Andreas Ericson

© Music Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives

Please note that SNARED contains occasional mild language and references to violence and racism.

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