Bangla Radio Canberra produces a community radio program that is broadcast from Canberra, Australia. The programs are usually in Bangla. The weekly program can cover a diverse mix of news, features, interviews, songs, music and drama that is of interest to listeners from around the world. The main focus of the programs is to build bridges between Bangladesh and Australia and indeed the world by highlighting issues of common interest.
Bangla Radio Canberra is 21 years old now. Its listener base has now grown beyond the boundaries of Canberra, to all over Australia and the world through the Radio website on the Internet (http://www.banglaradio.org.au/) that hosts all recorded programs since 2005. Today outside Canberra and Australia, people from over forty countries around the globe listen to the Bangla Radio program regularly.
Bangla Radio Canberra is coordinated, managed and run by a team of dedicated volunteers from Bangladeshi community in Canberra and overseas. The founding coordinator of Bangla Radio Canberra was Ehsan Ullah and he has been followed by Shireen Ahmad, Sadequr Rahman, Ajoy Kar and Raquibul Sheikh. The programs are broadcast on 98.3 FM from local community radio station 2XX. Part of the expenses in running the program is met by the grants from government and contribution of the community members and program producers.
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