Radio Sonder Grense’s line-up will change as of 13 April. The most radical, and exciting change is the new Middag op RSG show, weekdays from 12:00-14:45 with Ettienne Ludick and Sue Pyler who will deliver a show about people and places, the latest technology, entertainment news, and music and interesting bits. The information programmes move to 11:30 weekdays. To beef up the mornings even further, a new 5 minute short story will start during May at 09:55.
The early morning show Goeiemore op RSG, from 05:00-08:00 also sees some changes with the introduction of Renske Jacobs on Mondays and Tuesdays and Willem Pelser from Wednesdays to Fridays.
The afternoon drive time show, Tjailatyd weekdays from 15:00-18:00 will introduce a digital producer as part of the line-up to ensure listeners stay abreast of what’s happening on social and digital media. Popular offerings such as Nurse Nettie, Dink Dave and Nataniël will captivate listeners, complimented by news, traffic updates and great music to get you home in a jiffy.
RSG also offers something for the youth from Tuesdays to Fridays at 19:30. The Befonk programmes focus on grade 10-12 with different themes on different days, from the school curriculum to information on careers.
The popular Sondag met Fritz will start just after the 13:00 news . The educational programmes move to later in the afternoon with Ons en die Onderwys at 16:30, Rand en Sent at 17:00 and Leefwêreld van die Gestremde at 17:30. The popular Fiks vir die Lewe phone-in show that used to be very late on a Sunday evening; will now start at 19:00 on Sundays with Sterre en Planete at 19:40.
To conclude, the afternoon phone-in programme Loslip (and previously Sê Wie) will close the switchboard after 20 years. This platform offered an opportunity for listeners to talk about a variety of topics where they could share, vent and even tackle each other. But times have changed and nowadays everyone can give their opinions everywhere – immediately. RSG will however, from time to time still welcome callers to discuss particular topics.
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