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Central Asia Radio

IWPR's weekly radio programmes for Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan provide 15 minutes of analysis and comment on current political and social themes in each country.


The programmes go out in Russian and in Tajik or Kyrgyz, and to ensure that all listeners can hear them, they are being carried by established broadcast networks with maximum reach in each country – the National Radio and Television Corporation of Kyrgyzstan (NTRK), the Radio and Television Association of Kyrgyzstan, and also stations in Tajikistan.


Production Team: Bishkek editor: Sabyr Abdymomunov; Dushanbe editor: Shahodat Saibnazarova. Broadcasting Terms: Rebroadcasting of Central Asia Radio programmes is subject to written approval from IWPR. Please contact John MacLeod at johnm@iwpr.net.


Central Asia Radio Archive

IWPR
9 Dec 08
Rural schools in Kyrgyzstan continue to be short of teaching staff as the profession is so poorly paid.
IWPR
5 Dec 08
Buying somewhere to live in the Tajik capital is almost impossible for the average person.
IWPR
5 Dec 08
In the first of IWPR's radio programmes for Tajikistan, we look at the impact of power cuts on daily life, and the controversial subject of arranged marriages and divorce.
IWPR
5 Dec 08
In the first programme for Kyrgyzstan from the new IWPR Central Asian Radio series, Eleonora Beyshenbek-Kyzy asks whether graduates from religious colleges should be allowed to teach in Kyrgyzstan’s state schools.

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