- Live Stream Link with Palau Wave Radio and listen live to *Local Musics / *Christian Songs & Programs / *Public Awareness Programs / *Talk Shows / *Conferences / *Announcements & many more!
Another episode with featured guest: Ann Singeo, Ngarchelong Ebiil Society
Interviewing following guests:
Scott Yano – Director, Koror State, Department of State & Cultural Affairs
Roy Francisco – Coordinator, Sanitation Program
Jason Timulch – Youth Assistance
Bethwel “Betz” Emul – Supervisor, Cultural Historical Site
Obak Sato – Veterinarian Technician
& Paul Eberdong – Officer, Animal Control
Details on what they do in their departments.
September 8, 2015
Senator Raynold Oilouch
Floor Leader of the Senate
& Chairman, Health & Education Committee
Senator Phillip Reklai
Chairman, Tourism Development Committee
Senator Mason Ngirchechebangel Whipps
Chairman, Resources & Development Committee
Senator J. Uduch Sengebau Senior
Chairperson, Judiciary & Governmental Affairs
Senator Rukebai Kikuo Inabo
Chairperson, Capital Improvement Project Committee
Wishing everybody a Happy Labor Day Holiday
& updates on the status of pending matters before the Senate.
September 7, 2015
Senator Uduch Sengebau Senior interviews citizens Mr. David Ramaruii and Mr. Uong Yalap.
David Ramarui Mason graduated Virginia Tech (2015) majoring in Environmental & Urban Planning. Now working at the Koror-Airai Sanitation Project
Uong Yalap is a student at Palau Community College majoring in Foreign Service / International Relations.
August 20, 2015
Director Ismael Aguon with Officer Rebecca Ngirngebedangel explains the use of the two-lanes during rush hours in Koror, Palau.
7:00am – 8:30am > Bai ra Meketii to Ngarachamayong Cultural Center
11:00am – 6:00pm > PVA Intersection to Mindzenty High School
August 14, 2015
Coordinated by Director Scott Yano
Featuring Guests: PCC Dean Willy Wally, two summer program teachers and four summer students (chanting)
July 16, 2015
Kayangel-Ngarchelong Protected Area Network:
Robert Bob Johnson
Coordinated by Fabio Siksei from Palau Conservation Society.
July 3, 2015
Tokubets el talk show el lobengkel a etngakl el President ra Senate el Camsek Elias Chin ma Senator Mark Rudimch, el ngii a Chairman ra Grant Assistance, Appropriations & Financial Matters Committee. Tune in as they break down current issues of the Palau Marine Sanctuary Act and the Belau Submarine Cable Corporation. If you’re not satisfied with what’s been discussed already, feel free to send in your requests, concerns or questions, and we’ll help you whichever way we can to have your issues addressed with the Senators.
Email: janiz.pwfm@gmail or you can message via website or facebook! Thanks!
Length: 1hr 50min
July 17, 2015
Ngirakebou authored a book titled “Palau – From the Colonial Outpost to Independent Nation”. The book will be launched on July 9, 2015, Constitutional Day of the Republic of Palau. This is the first book written in a Palauan perspective by a Palauan who was involved in the struggles the Palauans went through that led to our Independence in October 1994. Listen to the interview as the Talk Show highlights some events in the Book. Rarely, Palauans write a good book, and rarely, an insider tells the Story.
We’ll let you know where when the book will be available for purchase.
PS. Palauan history needs to be written with no hard feelings.
Thursday ~ July 2, 2015
The Koror State Pride Campaign and The Ngarchelong Ebiil Society Inc. presents Catch & Release Challenge, a fun, exciting and an educating way of promoting sustainable fisheries in the Republic while celebrating Father’s Day this year, 2015!
Below are the winners of this event:
Best Photo Youth Fisher:
1st Place – Adolf Demei Junior > Prize – Pelican Case
2nd Place – Taka Akitaya > Prize – Fishing Rod & Reel
3rd Place – Isikl Polloi > Prize – Fishing Rod & Reel
Best Photo > Prize – $100
Best Photo Fisher with Catch – Lora B. Demei
Best Photo Fisher Releasing Catch – E-Van Ongrung
Best Photo Fisher Measuring Catch – Team MOK’T Fish (Ben Miko Jr., Kato Katosang, E-Van Ongrung)
Ugliest Fish – Edwin Ngirakesau > Prize – $50 Fuel Voucher
Best Billboard – Team GT Express (Michio Sakairi, Hidetoshi Ito, Yoshio Hori) > Prize – $25 Fuel Voucher
Imirechorch Challenge – Sponsored by Siegfried “Chico” Nakamura
Winner – Henry Blesam > Prize – $200
Runner Up – Edwin Ngirakesau > Prize – $100
Fish Category & Largest Catch:
Oruidel, Bluefin Trevally (No less than 20″) > 25″ Team Deureng (Adolph Demei, Lora B. Demei, Deureng Ikesiil & Adolph S. Demei Jr.)
Chudel, Green Job Fish (No less than 20″) > 25″ Team MOK’T Fish (Ben Miko Jr., Kato Katosang, E-Van Ongrung & Milong Tellames)
Keremlal, Humphead Red Snapper (No less than 11″) > 11.5″ Team Mangrove Anglers (Frances Tomei, Casey Daniel, Marlyn Basilius & Malsol Polloi)
Melangmud, Longnose Emperor (No less than 18″) > 20″ Team Adventure Time (Heath Reklai, Princess Blailes, Kevin Mesebeluu & Isikl Polloi)
Mechur, Longnose Emperor (No less than 16″) > 16″ Team Good Morning (Keith Mesebeluu, Leena Muller & Rechululle Madracheluib)
Metengui Ra Meched (No less than 12″) > 12″ Team Siangel (Henry Blesam, Erwei Blesam & Malikei Blesam)
Prize – Pelican Cases and Bragging Rights with Trophy Best Real Fishermen:
Team MOK’T FISH (Ben Miko Jr., Kato Katosang, E-Van Ongrung & Milong Tellames)
-Applied best practices for Catch & Release
-Won Best Information Collected – made their own log sheet
-Won Best Photo – Releasing and Measuring Catch
-Met the size category – Won Green Job Fish Category – for largest catch – 25″
*The winners of this prize will be role models for the fishermen pride campaign participating in radio talk show, educational activities and fisher community activities.
Catch & Release held on June 21, 2015, in celebration of Father’s Day 2015.
Radio Talk Show held on June 24, 2015, at Palau Wave Radio.