Radio Boral

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Radio Boral
CityBagha, Rajshahi, Bangladesh
Broadcast areaRajshahi (FM)
SloganVoice of the Rural people
First air dateDecember 27, 2018 (2018-12-27)
FormatMusic Radio

Radio Boral is a Bangladeshi FM radio station. The station went live on December 27, 2018 and is currently available in Bagha, Charghat, Lalpur, Bagatipara and Puthia.It is a Community Based local FM radio network in Rajshahi.


Young broadcasters hit the airwaves on December 27 2018 after the launch of their communities radio, Radio Boral in Bagha Upazilla[1] at a frequency of 99.0 MHz. Now Radio Boral is broadcasting across Five Upazila and their adjoining areas[2]. Radio Boral is now doing an experimental broadcast.

Radio Boral is basically an infotainment radio station with the help of its 11 radio jockeys who play an important role by communicating with the rural people. The main interaction with the station is via text messaging Phone Calls and Social websites.

Radio Boral celebrated it one year in the industry on December 27, 2019.

Community radio broadcasters across the world are risking their lives to be at the service of their communities. In the Asia-Pacific region, community radios in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Nepal, and several other countries are working hard to ensure that appropriate and adequate information is received by the listeners so that they can fight back the pandemic. By serving the emergency information needs of the most vulnerable, community radios are trying to help millions that are at high risk.[3]

Radio jockeys

Radio Boral has a lot of male & female RJs.

Regular RJs

  • RJ Nasim
  • RJ Pingki
  • RJ Sonia
  • RJ Shakil
  • RJ Moshiur
  • RJ Masud
  • RJ Noorjahan

Teen jockeys (TJs) (former)

It is the first radio station to introduce teen radio jockeys.

  • TJ Juthi & TJ Sanjida

Show : What's In That Teen

Guest RJs

  • MM Ziaul Haque Jewel
  • Abu Sayed Tota
  • Nirzon Hamid

Popular shows

In the media



  1. Association (BCRA), Bangladesh Community Radio. "Bangladesh Community Radio Association (BCRA) - Radio Boral". Bangladesh Community Radio Association (BCRA). Retrieved 2020-06-13.
  2. "বাঘা উপজেলা". http. Retrieved 2020-06-13.
  3. "Boral Community Radio – AMARC Asia-Pacific". Retrieved 2020-06-13.
  4. "Litsener Club Live".

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