Barbados

WorldTVRadio Tuner for Barbados offers one radio station for English-speaking audiences. This uses a General Station radio format and VOB Voice of Barbados 92.9 FM is broadcast from the city of Bridgetown. It offers a wide range of programs, from intelligent news, talk shows, and discussions to artistic musical programs like the ever captivating Calypso. This West Indian island nation in the Atlantic Ocean is east of the Caribbean Sea. It is a famous resort for the rich and famous as well as those who like to choose exciting vacation destinations. Tourism is the main source of income here. It’s popularity is due to the white sands that stretch for miles, the clear blue skies, and the endless azure ocean. Besides being a beautiful place to visit or live in, Barbados is also a country of cultural diversity, an urbanized region with 98 percent literacy rate. Once a colonial land, Barbados used to be a land of immense wealth, much of it due to the brutal slave labor that worked the vast plantations.

Today, tourism is the new source of income, and it’s 166 square miles are dedicated to catering to a flock of migrant divers, swimmers, wind-surfers, boaters, and hikers. Captured by Spain and later by Portugal, Barbados fell under British rule for three centuries, and the country still considers Queen Elizabeth II as the head of state. Part of the Lesser Antilles, it’s neighbors include the islands of Saint Vincent & the Grenadine, Saint Lucia, and Martinique. WorldTVRadio Tuner offers wonderful radio shows for Barbados. All you have to do is click a radio station for Barbados and press the button to launch it. It’s completely free to try and you're sure to find something you like on the radio station from WorldTVRadio Tuner for Barbados.


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VOB Voice of Barbados 92.9 FMEnglishGeneral Station32Bridgetown70

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