Kempton Park (RSA)/Manzini (Swaziland)
1. TWR (TransWorldRadio)
One programme per week on 9525 kHz/31m for Central Africa –target area RDC: Saturday 21h50 (UTC) (programme aired towards Central Africa).
1 Weekly programme (Saturday 18h30-18h45 UTC, on 15250kHz , 19mb): target area: Central Africa, especially its northern part (Chad, Central African Republic). The transmitter is situated in the island of Ascension, in the middle of the Atlantic ocean (halfway between America and Africa). For more information about the schedule of Feba Radio, click here.
PROGRAMMES CURRENTLY RUNNING ON MEDIUM WAVES (MW):
From August 15th, 2009, RFL has been on the air on Medium Wave every Saturday evening at 21h45 (UCT) (1566 KHz).
For more information about the schedule of TransWorldRadio, click here.
PROGRAMMES CURRENTLY RUNNING ON SATELLITE
1 Weekly programme on the Satellite P.A.S 10 (K.U. Band, vivid audio, ch. 8). Target area: Central and West Africa; Tuesday 14:30 – 14:45 UTC.
PROGRAMMES CURRENTLY RUNNING ON LOCAL RADIO STATIONS (FM), OR ABOUT TO START
Radio Ivyizigiro (Radio Hope)
This radio covers most of Burundi.and is part of the World Outreach Initiatives. RFL is on the air seven times per week there (from Sunday to Thursday).
Monday: 10h00-10h30 /22h15-22h30
A commercial FM station in the big harbour Douala: they are eager to put RFL on the air on a regular basis.
Radio Vie Nouvelle (La Fréquence Vie)
This Station in Douala Cameroon joined RFL in 2002 and broadcast our programs on a weekly basis.
Radio Bonne Nouvelle
An agreement have been reached between RFL and this Christian (non commercial) radio station. They air RFL two times per week. Mondays 17h30 and Saterdays 21h00
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
Radio-Évangile Néhémie (104.4)
Seemingly the first Evangelical FM station to start broadcasting in Central African Republic. They started being operational end of July 2001, first on Bangui and 25kms around; later they will cover the whole territory of this country (with permission of public authorities). They gladly accept to put “Foi et Vie Réformées” on the air.
With some equipment and the technical support of the European Community, Radio Néhémie covers a radius of 300kms around the capital Bangui, and can be counted as the first community radio in the whole of the Central African Republic. Several of the programmes which they produce are being relayed to other smaller local stations.
REPUBLIC OF CONGO
Radio Nsangu Ya Mbote
In Pointe-Noire, Radio Nsangu Ya Mbote currently broadcasts RFL.
RFL’s broadcasts take place every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 12:15 PM
This radio covers Abidjan, capital of Ivory Coast, and its vicinity, thus reaching many people.
DEM. REP. OF CONGO
Radio Sango Malamu
Since 2014, the programmes of RFL aired by this radio (which broadcasts from its studios in Kinshasa, Kikwit/Bandundu, Boma/Lower Congo and in Brazzaville) are monitored by the media commission of the E.R.U.C. (Église Réformée Unie au Congo, United Reformed Church in the Congo). Radio Sango Malamu has been braodacsting RFL since October 2000 and has a large coverage in and around Kinshasa, the capital of the DRC, reaching out towards Brazzaville, the capital city of the neighbouring Republic of Congo.
Radio Vuvu Kieto (RVK) Mbanza-Ngungu
Regular broadcast in FM over part of Angola, Congo Brazzaville and Kinshasa: Tuesday at 19h30 and Thursday at 16h00.
In Likasi (Shaba province, south of the country) a local station is prepared to broadcast RFL in 2014.
KANANGA (Eastern – Kasaï province)
Kasaï Horizon Radio Télévision, 102 MHz
Broadcasting started in April 2009. RFL is on the air every Friday evening between 20:00 and 20:30. A Reformed pastor in Kananga monitors and follow up on listeners questions or queries.
FM Évangile 66
This Christian station broadcasts on FM 88.7 around the region of Perpignan (extreme South of France) in the district of Eastern-Pyrenees, but also over the Spanish border (in Spanish and Catalan languages).
This commercial radio situated in the Poitou-Charentes region covers 4 administrative districts (départements) with its two transmitters. Every Sunday afternoon they give one hour airtime to Christians. In July 2013 the coordinator of these Christian programmes, Rev. Thomas Constantini, asked RFL to send all its productions in order to fill the Sunday grid with our 15 minutes programmes.
Radio Phare-Portes du Dauphiné
RFL has been on the air since the year 2000 on this Christian radio situated near the big city of Lyon: first with our traditional 15 mn programmes, then with a series of shorter programmes (3 to 4 minutes) specially commissioned by this radio, which is part of a larger network of Evangelical radio stations in France (Réseau Phare).
Radio Vaovo Mahasoa
Antananarivo FM 106.4 Mhz
Ambohimandroso – Gare FM 98
Antsirabe FM 105.8
Miarinarivo FM 95.8
Moramanga FM 105.8
Samples of our programmes were sent to this station, which has acknowledged receipt of them, and asked to receive more material. In Antananarivo, there exist about 16 different Christian stations (which do not cooperate with one another). The possibility of centralizing the control over the material of “Foi et Vie Réformées” for the sake of a better use, is being explored in concertation with local Reformed missionaries.
RMK (Radio Madagasikara ho an’i Kristy, FM 102.4 Mhz, every evening between 20:00 and 20:30.)
Radio Jiro sy Fanasina FM 106.2
MRE (Les Messagers Radio Evangélique FM 101)
Radio Ny Feon’ Ny Mpitily
Radio Andrea FM 91.4
Radio Espoir -Association Chrétienne de la Communication au Mali (ACCM)
Radio Espoir Africa
Region of Koulikoro
Radio Bethel Sollo
Region of Mopti
Region of Koulikoro
Region of Koulikoro
Region of Sikasso
This network of Christian FM stations (in a predominantly Muslim country) is growing by the day. In June 2002 there were about 30 of them operating with limited technical means. The legislation of Mali allows private FM stations with little administrative control.
Radio Famille – probably located in the capital Niamey – receives the transmission effected by TWR from the Intelsat 604 satellite and broadcasts it simulataneously in its surroundings. A listener living at the border of Niger and Burkina Faso indicated that he follows RFL’s programmes on Radio Famille.
This radio covers most of Kigali and 40% of Rwanda. Broadcasting on this station started end of July 2006. RFL is now on the air four times per week at 12:00 in the afternoon.
Radio Réveil FM
In Bassar (center of the country, a region with approximately 100000 inhabitants) Radio Réveil FM started broadcasting RFL in 2004.
CFOI-FM (104.1 MHz) airs RFL programmes since its inception in 2007. This radio is owned by the Association d’Églises baptistes reformées du Québec. In 2011 it obtained permission to add a new transmitter in St Jérôme (closer to Montreal) and broadcasts on 102.9 MHz.