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Talk City 91.1 FM – Your address for Talk

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Talk City is a news and current affairs talk station targeting the 35 to 55 age group and began broadcasting on November 9th 2006
Programming includes coverage of sporting events, religious, national/cultural observances and public service/educational programming. The station is committed to providing a broad range of content reflective of the national community.
Hourly newscasts from 6am to 7pm keep the national community informed.

There are discussions/interactive shows throughout the day, from news and current affairs to culture, providing an avenue for in-depth dialogue, fostering an invaluable link between the man in the street and the experts/decision makers.
All programmes are fully interactive with audience communication via social media and phone.

•    We will demonstrate respect to our callers and encourage MUTUAL respect.
•    We will focus on the ISSUES, and encourage rational discussions.
•    We will promote and encourage inter-racial harmony and tolerance for religious, political, and other differences.

The station remains committed to offering an opportunity to national community for an intelligent/informed exchange of ideas and opinions

Experience a different approach to Talk Radio.

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