Radyo Pilipinas

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DZRP Radyo Pilipinas
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City of license Quezon City
Broadcast area International
Branding Radyo Pilipinas
First air date 1987
Format news/Talk, entertainment
Power 100,000 watts
Callsign meaning Radyo Pilipinas
Former frequencies 920 kHz (1972-1977)
Owner Philippine Broadcasting Service
Webcast DZRP Radyo Pilipinas LIVE Audio
Website http://www.pbs.gov.ph

DZRP Overseas Radio - Radyo Pilipinas (also known as Voice of the Philippines, then known as Radyo Pagasa) is a short-wave radio station broadcasting outside the Philippines. Owned by the Philippine Broadcasting Service, the station is operated from Mondays to Sundays 1:30am - 12:00nn PST (17:30-04:00 UTC) on various shortwave frequencies, with simulcast on Radyo ng Bayan (from 1:30am - 4:00am) in the Philippines and in the internet live streaming. It broadcasts in Filipino and English languages. Radyo Pilipinas used the relay station of Voice of America in Tinang, Tarlac.

Programming[edit]

Filipino Service[edit]

  • Ang Filipinas Ngayon
  • DFA Online
  • NSO Program
  • Usapang Baranggay
  • ASEAN Song
  • Bakasyon Filipinas
  • Hatid Sundo
  • Usap Usapan
  • Galing Pinoy

English Service[edit]

  • PBS News
  • Dateline Malacañang
  • DFA Online
  • It's more fun in the Philippines
  • Philippine Trivia
  • Music From the region

Available time and frequencies[edit]

Radyo Pilipinas is available on 1:30am - 3:30am PST (17:30 - 19:30 UTC) on 12.120Mhz, 15.190Mhz and 9.905 MHz in Filipino Service and 10:00am - 11:30am PST (02:00 - 03:30 UTC) on 15.640Mhz, 17.820Mhz and 17.820 MHz in English Service.


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