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Adeje Radio gets even busier now

ADEJE’S municipal radio station, Radio Sur Adeje 107.9fm, has recently added two new home-produced programmes to its line-up.

“We are giving the listening public new alternatives here in Adeje,” said Communication Department Councillor Zebenzui Chinea Lineras.

Tieffe Italia Sur, presented by Enmanuele Turbanti, is an information programme for the Italian community, featuring relevant news and a cultural agenda, as well as interviews, and goes out every Tuesday, from 1pm-2pm.

After Work calls itself, “el programa de los juernes”, juernes being a play on the Spanish words for Thursday and Friday (jueves and viernes), and is presented by Ainhoa Aguilar and David Urbano, bringing a touch of humour and irony to the end of the week.

These two new programmes means Radio Sur Adeje is now broadcasting eight, home-produced shows, weekly. The flagship programme, Viva la Vida, is a two-hour morning edition, from 11am-1pm, presented by Nacho Palacio, with Yolanda Hernandez, as well as Lala Soto, and Gonzalo López and Juan Expósito making up the team.

Viva la Vida has been on air for 20 years and can be heard between 11am-1pm, Monday to Friday.

English Time, the Thursday lunchtime magazine programme in English, is presented by Clio O’Flynn, with regular contributors, and is now in its sixth year on air.

It brings listeners a combination of local, national and international news, interviews, features, discussion and debate.

The programme also informs the English-speaking population about local matters which may affect their day- to-day lives as residents of the borough.

Stand by Me, presented by Nitu Jethwani, goes out every Wednesday, between from 1-2pm. It’s a music show, with a strong, human touch, as Nitu likes to tell listeners, in Spanish and English, a little bit about the songs they are listening to, and the history of the artists performing.

Dani Ramos presents two programmes: Adeje en Juego, (Monday and Friday, 1-1.30pm) with sports news from the borough, and Sport Music, from 9am-11am, Monday to Friday, playing music to work to.

The station also broadcasts regular and updated news bulletins throughout the day, during weekdays.

Apart from regular programming, Radio Sur Adeje broadcasts live from many of the borough’s important events, such as the Good Friday Passion play, and Christmas and New Year events.

It also uses its outside-broadcast capacity to cover locally-based matters and happenings of general interest.

 

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