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Nile FM announces its Ramadan programming

During the Holy Month of Ramadan the popular English language radio station 104.2 Nile FM adapts its schedule to better suit their listeners' routine

Ahram Online, Tuesday 26 Jul 2011
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Nile FM will still offer the latest and greatest chart hits, along with regular useful lifestyle hints from their presenters. In order to take the stress out of the day, the station promises to give the listeners unprecedented access to their playlists by taking Ramadan Requests all day long.

Nile FM Ramadan schedule:  

9am: Wake Up Call with Yara! Great music to start your day, along with helpful hints to keep you healthy and safe in the sun, the latest traffic news, Yara's ever popular riddles and Ramadan Requests.

12 noon: Flashback with Safi - classic hits through the day and Ramadan Requests

2pm: The biggest hits, nonstop as Nile Ones plays nothing but number 1 hits for 1 hour

3pm: The Big Drive Home with Tom Green - fun, games and Cairo's fastest and most accurate traffic news. Tom will be also be taking your Ramadan Requests.

6pm: Nile FM@sunset, 2 hours of relaxing, ambient grooves with a little Arabic flavour. It’s the soundtrack to a perfect iftar.

8pm: Business with Simon Ramsden's Sunday Night Project and Mickey's Evening Session

10pm: Late Night with Lina and her guests, insightful comment and great songs

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