1400- Thumba La Moyo wa Thanzi. Find out what 90-90-90 means in the fightagainstHIV/Aids. And just how important is family planning to the development of our nation?We alsoget to know more about natural medicines.

Produced and presented by Monica Mmanga.

1430- Kanthu N’Khama. The problem of early marriages is rampant in ChitipaDistrict.  This is what moved Kameme GEWE Network Radio Listening Club to produce a program about what village heads do as one way of discouraging parents from marrying off their children before attaining the right age for marriage.

Produced and presented by Chikondi Mangwiro-Ntonyo.

1730- Phindu mu Ng’ombe ya Mkaka. The programme aims at promoting dairy farming in the country under the Rural Livelihoods Economic Enhancement Programme.

This Bashir Amin presentation/production takes us to Goliati area in Thyolo District where buyers and sellers of milk speak of their adventures in the dairy industry.

1930- Tipindule ndi Mtedza ndi Soya. How prepared are Kasungu farmers for the new growing season? Is there any relationship between conservation of natural resources and the falling of rains? What are the recommended varieties of soya beans in Malawi and how different are they from each other?

Catch presenter Chikondi Phinda in this program that provides the all-important answers. Hope Chisanu is the producer.

1745- Pamajiga. In a play written by Elson Soko, we are reminded of our responsibility in strengthening our own economy by buying from one another locally- and doing away with the habit of importing goods and services unnecessarily.

Produced by Hope Chisanu.

2130- Theatre of the Air. ‘Consequences’ is the title of the play written by Luke Destiny Manja, and goes with the cast of Eunice Kadzuwa as Jessie the narrator, Regina Kaiya as Linda, Jessie’s friend, Ian Simbota as Dennis, Jessie’s other boyfriend, Daniel Thom as Joshua, Jessie’s first boyfriend and Thlupego Chisiza as the doctor who attends to Jessie’s mother.

Produced by Karim Mpaweni.

2020- Today in Parliament/Za Kunyumba ya Malamulo. Today is the last day of deliberations in the National Assembly for the week and our coverage team at Parliament Building in Lilongwe is all set to bring you highlights of the day’s business.


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