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Guardian Radio is The Bahamas’ first and only all-news/talk radio station. Premiering April 10, 2012, the station broadcasts seven days a week, featuring a diverse lineup of talk shows focusing on social and community issues, politics, business, health & medicine, sports, and arts & entertainment.

With the slogan, “Fresh News, Smart Talk, All Day!”, Guardian Radio is fully interactive, with listeners able to share their views via telephone, texts, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Guardian Radio is available on 96.9FM radio in Nassau and on television throughout The Bahamas on Cable Bahamas Channel 969 or BTC Flow Channel 612. It can also be heard worldwide on our website,, or the Guardian Radio App for Android or Apple smart devices.
Select Guardian Radio programs are available via LIVE video-stream on our website and on the app.

Mon, 09 Apr 2018 09:00:03 -0400

Connected will get people seeing and talking about things differently. Lester believes that we talk because we have something to say. We should listen because there are things we don’t know and can learn. The space between talking and listening is where new opportunities and possibilities are.

Morning Blend with Dwight Strachan is the weekday morning news and talk radio show on Guardian Radio 96.9fm. With its panel format, featuring Dwight and his various guest co-hosts, the program aims to give analysis and opinion on a wide range of topics, including local and international news, politics, sports, health and entertainment.

Sun, 08 Apr 2018 19:30:37 -0400

A multi-faceted examination of all aspects of life and culture in The Bahamas – particularly from the unique perspective of the Haitian community in the country – “Voices of the Diaspora” features bilingual (English and Haitian Creole) news and analysis, interactive discussions, and entertainment. Segments include “You Need To Know”, “Voice of the People”, “Youth Interaction”, “Artist Spotlight” and “Kompa Music Saturdays”.

Bahamian Bio hosted by Gina Morley encourages Bahamians to honor, recognize and acknowledge their ancestry and to address how that lineage has impacted and influenced the individual that they’ve become.