The wider interests of the Maltese community are surely being catered for with the new Campus FM schedule that has just been announced.
As from Monday 4 January 2021, Campus FM introduced a raft of new programmes to complement its current suite of radio programmes, also welcoming five new presenters across the schedule.
Brand new show called Nota Bejn Tnejn, produced and hosted by Ludwig Galea, will air on Mondays at 15:30. The programme will take a closer look at singers, musicians, composers and authors who have left their mark on the local musical scene.
More than a Movie with Andrew Bonello, who has worked closely with Hollywood companies, is another new weekly show, tackling different genres in both the American movie scene and the European one.
Demokrazija, produced and presented by Dr Clive Zammit with the help of members from the Faculty of Media and Knowledge Sciences within the University of Malta, will air on Tuesdays at 15:00.
Raħal Twelidi fi tfuliti, which will air on Tuesdays at 16:00, will see Sergio Grech go back in time by exploring the human story behind how Malta’s towns came to be.
Every Friday at 15:00, listeners will be treated to a radio play of the drama Mill-Ħajja Kwotidjana ta’ Rikardu Simiana, written by André Mangion and with the participation of actors Toni Busuttil, Marceline Galea and Joseph Galea.
Moreover, Campus Breakfast, the daily morning show hosted by Antonella Galea Loffreda will keep listeners company for half an hour longer, as it will be starting from 08:00 instead of 08:30, and other productions that the audience has made part of its routine will continue, including Colin Fitz’s programme, Campus Brunch, which starts at 10:00.
“We are just hoping to bring some calmness, joy and well-being into our listeners’ homes and wherever they are listening from, as we all prepare for the challenging year ahead”, said Campus FM Station Manager, Celaine Buhagiar.
The full schedule can be accessed through Campus FM’s website.