After a hard and fun night, comes the Morning After. It’s everything you need to make your Saturday morning better. Music, banter
Happy is a weekly show on Hot 96, running from 3-7pm every Friday. The show is driven by men, in a boy’s club type setup
(Saturdays 10am – 12noon) Catch up with East Africa and the world’s entertainment news while enjoying a top 20 countdown as voted by you.
(Sunday 10am-12pm) Bump your head to some old-skul music, for a cool three hours, non spot with our host Dru Muthure
(Wed 3pm-5pm ) URADI is a new weekly live radio show on youth entrepreneurship that employs audience interaction
(Mon – Fri 4am – 6am) Inspirational content with a backdrop of gospel music, inspirational contemporary music, quotes from authors
(Mon – Fri 6am – 10am)
The king of hard hitting interviews meets the funny man himself.
Weekdays (10 a.m – 2 p.m). This is considered a hang out joint where young people come and hang out with their friends
(Mon -Fri 3pm-7pm with Patrick Igunza and Zindzi Kibiku.) Tune in to this cool, energetic and fun drive.
(Mon – Thur, 7pm–10pm) Three hours of straight street wisdom, sheng and hood life served with comedy & fun.
(Fri 7pm-10pm) Hosted by Rapcha Di Sayantist, VDJ Clyde and Shix Kapyenga. The show gives the listener more DJ Mixes with less
(Mon – Fri 10pm –1am) This show is primarily targeted towards the 18 –35 year old urban & peri urban dweller of the lower and the
(12PM – 3PM) Pull over from the fast lane, take a deep breath, and refresh with some conscious reggae vibes.
(Saturdays 6pm – 10pm) This is the party before you hit THE party! DJ Ace live in studio with two presenters every Saturday, giving you 96 reasons party
(Sundays 1pm – 4pm)
Pull over from the fast lane, take a deep breath, and refresh with some conscious reggae vibes.
(Mon -Fri 1pm-3pm with Coco Soboo Moto and DJ Ace). Tune in to this cool, energetic and fun show.
(Saturday 3pm – 6pm) Imagine if Arsenal and Manchester played last weekend, and you didn’t know. Or your favorite
Sundays 4pm – 7pm Remember those tunes you grew up listening to? Charlie Pride, Kenny Rogers, Dolly