TLS RADIO IN PARTNERSHIP WITH FAMILY FRIENDS BROADCASTING TO LONDON FROM LAMBETH

 

TEENS LIFE STYLE RADIO (TLS) BROADCASTED TO LAMBETH. A CUTTING EDGE COMMUNITY RADIO STATION RUN BY YOUNG PEOPLE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE,

TLS is for the whole community and young broadcasters tackling issues and topics of interest to all Lambeth residents, young and old - getting the views and opinions of key players from a range of professions: local councillors, drug support agencies, head teachers as well as ordinary residents on the streets of Lambeth.

TLS IS STIMULATING, ENTERTAINING AND GROUNDBREAKING,
CHALLENGING THE STATUS QUO AND GETTING PEOPLE TALKING!

 

TLS first Broadcast was in 2003

The Youth dealt with subjects which included lifestyle,Sex,education and Youth crime.

 

DRUG ALERT BROADCAST IN 2004

The young people dealt with the issues relating to drugs and its impact on our communities

BLACK HISTORY MONTH BROADCAST 2006

TLS WAS ON THE AIR WAVES IN OCTOBER-NOVEMBER 2006.Covering everything from the latest in garage, hip hop, r 'n' b & rap, to features on career opportunities, sexual health & relationships, what's hot & what's not, drugs and teenagers, plus 'the word on the street', phone ins and much, much more!!!Broadcasting from the heart of Brixton -TLS will be the station to tune into, 7 days a week via the internet.

THE OCTOBER-NOVEMBER 2006 BROADCAST FEATURED:

'ECHOES OF THE PAST -FRAMEWORK FOR THE FUTURE'
An exciting and informative intergenerational project which researched and documented the social and economic contributions made by early African and Caribbean immigrants in Lambeth. The aim was to highlight their struggles for financial survival in order to develop an economic base for themselves using methods of savings such as: 'pardoner' and 'box', which will educate as well as inform young people in todays society of the challenges faced by these early immigrants. This oral history project will not only allow people to take a trip down memory lane, but also give them an opportunity to make their mark on history by recording their experiences.Their contributions can now be heard on Family Friends Community TLSRadio website www.teenlifestyle.net. where young people between the ages of 13-19 years were trained to conduct interviews.

 

THE RAINBOW BROADCAST PROJECT BROADCAST IN APRIL 2010

The broadcast dealt with Gay,Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender issues experienced by young people age 13-19 years in the Lambeth community.

FOR FUTHER INFORMATION CALL: 020 7274 4295 (office)

 

TLS RADIO IS A FAMILY FRIENDS PROJECT