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Fresh Radio Vybz airs on CBN 90.9 FM

- show will air on CBN 90.9 FM until Zrod 103.7 FM is back up
Freshradiovybz officially aired on 90.9 FM on Caribbean Broadcast Network (CBN) today, Friday February 16, 2018 and will be broadcasting on Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM. Photo: Facebook
Mr Paul A. Peart aka ‘Gadiethz’, host of the popular Freshradiovybz radio show, told our newsroom his show will be aired on Caribbean Broadcast Network (CBN) until Zrod 103.7 FM is back up. Photo: VINO/File
Mr Paul A. Peart aka ‘Gadiethz’, host of the popular Freshradiovybz radio show, told our newsroom his show will be aired on Caribbean Broadcast Network (CBN) until Zrod 103.7 FM is back up. Photo: VINO/File
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - On Friday February 16, 2018 the popular Fresh Radio Vybz show, formerly the International Morning Ride Show, officially aired on 90.9 FM on the Caribbean Broadcast Network (CBN), after being off the local radio frequency since Hurricane Irma ravaged the Virgin Islands on September 6, 2017. The show was; however, subsequently broadcast online from a studio in the United States where the host had relocated to following the hurricanes.

In an exclusive interview with host of the show Paul A. Peart aka ‘Gadiethz’, who has since returned to the Virgin Islands, he told our newsroom that his radio show will be aired on CBN until Zrod 103.7 FM is up and running, adding that he hopes to make it a regular scheduled programme.

"We are hoping that Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays will be allotted to us on CBN, so we can get some points across," said Mr Peart.

He stated that the show is an interactive show based on the community, activities in the community, interviews and anything to deal with the development, and rebuilding of the Virgin Islands (VI).

He pointed out that the show will be pushing a more "Caribbean strong initiative".

The radio personality told our newsroom that persons can reach him on his social media platforms, Facebook and Instagram at Gadiethz Paul and Whatsapp at 260-209-8730.

The Fresh Radio Vybz show is sponsored by Caribbean Insurers Limited and persons can contact Mr Peart for available advertisements.

Still a part of the Zrod team” – Paul A. Peart

In a previous interview Mr Peart told our news site that he is still a part of the Zrod team.

He said, “Zrod is under construction and we are still working out the airing of the station. It’s all in the hands of Mr Rodney Herbert and I am still a part of the Zrod team. We did suffer a heavy destruction...”

The host is known to attract many politicians and other movers and shakers of the Territory, as well as international artists to his show, and is not afraid to touch on many controversial issues.

12 Responses to “Fresh Radio Vybz airs on CBN 90.9 FM”

  • Woi (17/02/2018, 09:16) Like (14) Dislike (1) Reply
    he like 2 b in thing sah
  • Pato (17/02/2018, 10:04) Like (14) Dislike (5) Reply
    He shouldn't even be in the country. Oh how reckless and careless we have become.
    • agreed (18/02/2018, 04:10) Like (5) Dislike (2) Reply
      This man is a part of the problem in this country, he encourages the youth with outrageous, dangerous and hateful thought processes. He should have been kicked out a long time ago.
  • Big USA (17/02/2018, 10:28) Like (11) Dislike (5) Reply
    Why you all let this man back in the country to continue with this foolish talk show? He was just good in the USA where he was. People like him talking about rebuilding VI when he was probably one of the first to leave after the hurricane? He did not need VI then, VI do not need him now.
  • bvi (17/02/2018, 10:39) Like (17) Dislike (5) Reply
    In other words he ran away leaving his fellow ZROD team members to do the rebuilding and then sneaked back in. I'm sure others in the team could have run away too but they stayed.

    Why do we true patriotic BVIslanders and residents listen to people like this?

  • Annoyed (17/02/2018, 13:37) Like (9) Dislike (3) Reply
    We don’t want you back at ZROD.
  • on a more positive side (17/02/2018, 14:24) Like (6) Dislike (6) Reply
    BVI aint completely recovered and so hasn't Mr Peart .there is a lot to do still and with his show and others can and will make a difference in the place. Please for once let us be positive so as to move on speedily with God's help and guidance.It also need a lot of volunteeringGive of your time and service in some kind of area and it sure will be beneficial and worthwhile in the end to both giver and receiver.
  • Welcome back.. (17/02/2018, 14:58) Like (9) Dislike (7) Reply
    I'm happy you are back doing what you love making a honest living.. I'm a fan. Keep the Fire burning. Keep the courage alive.. Let them sinners continue throwing stone. While you continue doing the work of his majesty...Never give up on his majesty. When all the people you feed and pretend like they like you. His majesty comfort you and never leaves u..
  • yes (17/02/2018, 15:56) Like (1) Dislike (4) Reply
    After skipping town the king of VI radio is back!
  • works (17/02/2018, 17:54) Like (2) Dislike (1) Reply
    Obviously he works here
  • See (17/02/2018, 17:58) Like (6) Dislike (4) Reply
    If i see ONE more article about this dude . i will UNFOLLOW you on fb, twit and even here .
  • 5 girls (17/02/2018, 23:09) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
    I hate anyone who looted

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