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02:44:03, Thursday, 24 Apr 2014
UNMIL Radio Live

Community Court

A weekly 45 minute program featuring a dramatization and an in-studio argument on common legal problems, where actors play the roles of defendants and plaintiffs. The program is designed in collaboration with Legal and Judicial support division, and they act as the arbitrator and final authority on what the Liberian legal position is on issues raised. The topics and scenarios used range from wife battery, sexual exploitation, and child abuse to mob violence.


19:00 - 20:00 pm

Crime Watch

A one hour once weekly program featuring; police reports on missing and wanted persons including properties, crime investigation and prevention. This program is done in collaboration with the Liberia National police and the UN Civilian police. It is aimed at educating the public on the activities of the police and its collaborative roles.



14:00 - 15:00 pm 


Rule of Law segment - This is a once weekly (Friday) thirty minute program incorporated in Dateline Liberia. This program is designed to discuss issues concerning the judicial system in Liberia. It features expert’s issues on rape, domestic violence, the roles and responsibilities of judicial officers etc.


10:00 - 11:00 am

News Update

A five-minute daily, news bulletin  featuring up-to- date major news events and latest developments around the world. It carries both national and international news stories. This is a straight-forward news bulletin gives the listener a round-up of major happenings in Liberia and across the globe before work begins

Monday to Friday


08:00 - 08:05 am

The news at 11 am

This is a 7-10 minute  news bulletin that is a round-up of major happenings across the world with about 40% of the stories being local. This is a straight-forward news bulletin without sound bytes, beginning and closing with the news signature tune.

Monday to Friday


11:00 - 11:07 am

The news at 1 pm

This 15 minute daily weekday’s newscast is made up of news of Liberia, Africa, the UN and the rest of the world. It is a well-augmented edition of the eleven o’clock news with actualities.  

Monday to Friday 


13:00 -13:15pm

News Summary

At 3 pm and 4 pm - A five minute twice daily weekday’s newscast carries a brief summary of major happenings across the globe with 50% of the stories being local. It is a straight-forward news bulletin without sound bytes, beginning and ending with the news signature tune. The news bulletin is made as current as possible with emphasis on breaking and developing news.

Monday to Friday


15:00 -15:05  pm

16:00 -16:05  pm  

News at 6pm and 9pm

The news at six pm- this 15 minute daily weekday’s newscast (repeated) is made up of news of Liberia, Africa, the UN and the rest of the world. It is a well-augmented edition of the one pm news bulletin with actualities

Monday to Friday


18:00 - 18:15 pm

21:00 - 21:15 pm

Coffee Break

A 45-minute daily (Monday-Friday) news magazine program featuring phone line discussions and live studio interviews that tackles burning issues that concerns the government, the UN peace mission and Liberians in general. This early morning news and current affairs program gives up to the minute and factual information to the public as they start out for the day. On Friday, the program features a mission brief from the Mission spokesperson.

Monday to Friday 


08:15 - 09:00 am

Dateline Liberia

Is a one-hour three times weekly program that looks at current issues pertaining to the UN Mission, the peace process and Liberia including the rural areas. The content includes field reports, prerecorded as well as live in-depth interviews. The program also includes interviews and reports from the various sectors. There are also special segments on the Rule of law and the work of United Nations Volunteers. It also includes music, messages that educate the populace on peace, elections, reconciliation and all aspects of the society.





10:00 am -11:00am 

21:15 - 22:00 pm

11:15 am- 12:00 pm

21:15 -22:00 pm

Front Page

This is a one hour once weekly (repeated) program that takes a look at the weekly newspapers. The program features discussions on prominent issues that come up during the week with editors of various newspapers in Liberia.



09:00 - 10:00 am


A twice weekly current affairs program, that is aimed at informing the public on what is happening in the counties. This program features community radio reporters from around the country.



10:00 - 11:00 am

The Capitol Report

This thirty minute once weekly program highlights unfolding events at the capitol. The program  educates that the public about the workings of the legislature in Liberia.



17:00 - 18:00 pm

This Week

This is a thirty minute once weekly (repeated) news magazine that reviews major news events shaping the peace process in Liberia during the week. The program features actualities among other things and is intended to benefit those who missed out on major events during the week.



 08:00 - 08:30 am

Access for All:

The thirty minute distance learning program  teaches English for beginners, using Liberian teachers, (ministry approved) with Liberian examples of common mistakes, designed to gradually increase the knowledge base of both adults and young persons, whether illiterate or in school.

Tuesday (Repeat)


 21:15 - 22:00 pm

Between You and Me

An hour weekly program that takes a look at Liberian music, art, and cultural history, providing the medium to inform Liberians about important contributors to Liberian history and culture.



22:00 - 23:00 pm

Campus Link

Is a one hour program. The program discusses relevant issues students face on school campuses and features in-studio interviews, debates and the voices of young people. The program also features Interviews with Liberians students abroad and fast facts.



06:00 - 07:00 am

Civil Affairs

Civil Affairs- is a one hour once weekly program designed to highlight the activities, programs and projects of the UNMIL Civil Affairs Section, the Civil Society Organizations and the government ministries and agencies as well as sectors of UNMIL.   The program is also intended to enhance the level of national collaboration, mutual cooperation and be used as a vehicle for the overall reconstruction and development of Liberia.



15:05 - 16:00 

Consumer Affairs

Is a thirty minute program that educates Liberians about their roles and responsibilities as consumers. This program is produced in collaboration with the Consumer Affairs Council of Liberia.


Sunday (Repeat)


14:00 - 15:00 pm

11:00 - 12:00 am

Creek town

A thirty minute once weekly (repeated) Drama designed to sensitize the public on the peace process, reconstruction and development, reconciliation and rehabilitation, gender equality, child and human rights issues, gender equality, justice etc. 


Thursday (Repeat)


09:00 - 09:30

21:30 - 22:00

Dis Government Ting

An hour once weekly (Repeated) civic education program that explains to ordinary Liberians their civic rights as well as responsibilities. The program has a practical orientation and is delivered in simple colloquial English.



09:00 - 10:00 am

Drive Time

This two hour weekday musical program is designed to educate the public on the dangers of aggressive driving; encourages listeners to do safe driving and promote safety messages on road safety and traffic rules all mixed with music. This program also feature reports from the sectors and pep talk on problems faced by passengers on a daily basis.

Monday to Friday

Saturday (Repeat)


16:05 - 18:00 

15:00 - 16:00  

Girl Power

Is a one- hour (repeated) magazine program that discusses issues concerning young women of Liberia.  Girl Power features discussions on health, education, and other important issues. The magazine program welcomes comments and personal stories from young Liberian women geared towards helping other young women and girls identify their power and strength to shape their lives and make a change for the better. 



20:05 - 21:00

Liberia Tonight

This is a three (3) hour twice weekly night time magazine program and divided into five (5) segments loaded with intriguing and exciting tips on listeners social responsibilities, happenings around the country, discussion on social/topical issues, Liberian arts and culture and human interest features . The two (2) hour edition focuses on the sensitization of listeners of their civic responsibilities, respect of human rights and rule of law.



18:45 - 22:00


A late night weekday talk show covering, in lay mans’ terms, various aspects of the ongoing peace process in Liberia. This is a conversation between the audience and the host. This two hour program gives an opportunity for Liberians to express their views on issues affecting them. The program is aimed at sensitizing Liberians through music and discussions on issues such as Reconciliation, benefits of peace, Families re-unification, Liberia advancing, Freedom of expression, association, National unity, and Sexual and Gender-based Violence (SGBV)

 Monday to Friday


22:00pm - 05:00 am

Palava Hut

This a one hour once weekly (repeated) reconciliatory program designed as a radio discussion and phone-in program covering issues of major concerns in the ongoing bid for sustainable peace. The program features informative discussion with key players and stake holders in the Liberian peace process in an attempt to educate and find solutions in special Liberian English.




15:05 - 16:00

15:00 - 16:00


A 30-minute, program that highlights the work of the UN, UNMIL and UN agencies with respect to their contribution to peace building and development in Liberia. This program is produced in collaboration with the UN Communications Group.

Wednesday 19:30 - 20:00

Staying Alive

A twice weekly 30 minute HIV/AIDS  (repeated) awareness program delivered in Standard English. Topics discussed are mainly about HIV, what it is, how it can be prevented and what to do when a person is infected. The program also dispels myths about the virus. The program is also interspersed with songs and messages. The program is aimed at creating awareness on the danger of HIV/Aids, promoting healthy practices such as the use of condoms properly that is safe sex, safe blood transfusion, and sterile instruments. The program also discourages stigmatization against people with the virus and educate the public on how the disease is transmitted. It also gives hope to those infected that they can still live longer once they practice good living such as eating good food, seeking medical attention frequently and practicing safe sex. Staying Alive encourages people to know their status by getting tested.



13:20 - 14:30

14:30 -15:00

Today in History

This 10 minute daily (repeated) history program is designed to educate the public on national and international events that occurred day by day in history.

Monday to Friday 13:15 - 13:20

UNMIL Postbag

A fifteen minute once weekly letter program designed to address the concerns of the public with regards to the peace process in Liberia, and the activities of the United Nations Mission in Liberia.


UNMIL Press Briefing

A one hour regular  (repeated) program that affords the local media an opportunity to get to know and ask questions on issues relating to the UN mission in Liberia, UN agencies in the country, the Liberian government etc.


UN News

This 15 minute daily (Monday-Friday) news magazine program tells of what’s going on in the UN system and features news and features. This is a UN radio program which is subsequently being rebroadcast on UNMIL Radio.


Women’s World

This once weekly (repeated) one hour program is a woman magazine program that takes a look at issues affecting women. The program features live interviews with specific concentration on issues of major concerns to women


Sunday (Repeat)

14:00 - 15:00

 14:30 - 15:00

You and Your health

A thirty minute once weekly (repeated) health program done in the simplest form of English to suit the audience is interspersed with songs, health messages, and other program promos. Guests invited on the program include health practitioners and counselors. They talk about sicknesses, prevention, and cure and give pieces of healthy advice. This program also creates awareness on the danger of common illnesses, educate on healthy practices and promote good hygiene practices.

Monday to Friday


07:00 - 8:00 am

Yor Morning

This one hour daily (Monday-Friday) breakfast magazine program is designed to discuss everyday phenomenon of Liberia- things affecting the lives of the people through lively telephone conversation.

The program gives insight as to what is unfolding in various communities across the country, highlights from sporting events and Today in History.

Monday to Friday


07:00 - 08:00

One Voice

Is a once weekly youth program that deals with youth related issues and ways of actively involving the youth in the rehabilitation and reintegration process in the country. It also focuses on youth related issues such adolescence, teenage pregnancy, HIV/AIDS, and unemployment. One Voice is hosted by the young adults themselves with a presenter and an associate in every program.

The program gives the opportunity for the youth in Liberia to discuss their problems and come up with solutions, to learn to live with differences of opinion, to show concern about each other’s lives, but most of all to actively become involved in matters that are of concern to them.
Tuesday 14:00 - 15:00

Problem Page

This is an hour-long, once weekly program which features the concerns young Liberians have written about to UNMIL Radio. The ensuing discussions are expected to offer insight, advice and solutions on a wide range of issues affecting young people.

Friday 07:00 - 08:00

Let’s Talk About Sex

Is a 30 minute twice weekly ( repeated) program produced in collaboration with Population Services International (PSI), that discusses smart choices as it relates to sex. This program does not discuss the act of sex but discusses issues that impact a young person’s decisions to have or not to have sex. The program also provides sex education and discusses the consequences of young people who engage in the activity are not emotionally, psychologically ready.   Teenage pregnancy is a recurrent theme.


 Saturday (Repeat)


15:30 - 16:00

14:30 -

Teen Talk

This one hour youth magazine program, produced by young producers, features discussion on young people’s issues and interesting news and facts.



09:00 - 10:00

A Taste of Africa

African Mix-This once weekly one hour musical program features African songs and also highlights African countries



15:05 - 16:00


This 10-15 minute daily program is designed to inform the public through public service announcement on what is happening in various communities in Liberia, UNMIL OHRM V.A and Procurement Expression of Interests.





A one hour once weekly program set to give Liberians the opportunity to send out greetings and messages to their distant relatives and friends.

This is a family contact program, linking Liberians in the country with Liberians out of Liberia-(Used to be specifically dedicated to those in refugee camps) – by using telephone lines and messages sent through email.




Jazz Slot

A one hour, once weekly musical program that features contemporary and modern jazz with some motivational talk. The program is aimed at giving the public insight into the world of jazz music.

Lover’s Rock

This one hour once weekly musical program designed to entertain the public with conscious music and inspirational words interspersed with jingles and promos.

Time Out

A twice weekly two-hour lunch time musical program featuring; pep talk, health tips about the United Nations etc.   The program includes announcements, news and Today in History.

What’s Going On

A 2 hour once weekly musical program that talks about the latest happenings in the world of entertainment, sports, the UN, the government etc. This program also features the latest music and countdown the top-ten music in town.















10:00 - 11:00




12:00 - 13:00




12:05 - 13:00




12:05 - 13:00