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Ron Poantumilui: Hello, I’m Ron. I’m your local BRACS operator here at Nguiu and I’ll show you one of my favourite buildings. I’ll show you inside so yeah, come follow me.
As you can see, this button’s for TEABBA, that’s TEABBA now on live on air. And PC, that’s my when I go on air, stands for program. So yeah, I’ll switch this button on and I’m on air.
Ron Poantumilui (On air): So yeah, good morning to all you listeners out there tuning in at 95.3FM TEABBA radio, the voice from the bush. So yeah, today I’ve got this weather, from the weather bureau.
Every morning, the shop lets me in early, before it’s open, so I can get the newspaper for the news and weather.
Ron Poantumilui (On air): So yeah, that was a request was going out to the guys down working at pottery at Natural Designs, so I hope you enjoy the music of Bob Marley, One Love, so I hope you enjoyed it. You’re listening to TEABBA radio, the voice of the bush, 95.3 FM.
Mario Munkara: It’s good to have local radio, yeah, for the community. And, you know, we can phone call you if want a request or birthday, you know or shout out, yeah.
Ron Poantumilui: No worries mate, we’ll do that.
Mark Puautjimi: Yeah, it’s good having radio here on the island, so people can listen at work, you know? Especially us mob.
Ron Poantumilui: So yeah, my show’s going around Nguiu. I was live right through across Snake Bay and Millingimbi and [inaudible]. Yeah, the transmission’s all coming in from the big tower out there, where we’re getting all the transmissions from the satellite.
(On air): So there you go, this will be the end of the show and yeah, I’ll be back here tomorrow, same time. Stay tuned. Peace. I’m out. See you next time.