Siliguri, August 17, 2009
Radio Misty 94.3 fm, the first and Number one fm station of North Bengal celebrated Independence Day with series of programmes on air and on ground in Siliguri. Radio Misty aired a special series Salam India, where wonderful work done by unknown heroes was taken on air. Apart from this BBC Tailor made shows was taken on air. In Morning show Misty subah was on theme freedom from cancer.
Director of North Bengal Oncology centre Dr Pankaj choudhari was live on air talking about care and cure of cancer. Radio Misty in association with Aircell celebrated the day with listeners at air cell store. There were host of game shows and people danced on tunes of popular numbers. Celebrity Radio jocks spoke about the importance of day.
On the cards was a potpourri of rain dance, dance recitals and fashion shows by dancers and models from Kolkata. The items presented by the performers during the three-hour-long programme ranged from folk and rock as well as modern song and dance recitals to catwalks featuring ethnic and traditional wear as well as modern trendy dresses. The host, Priyanka did a decent job to top the evening's cake with a delicious icing.
Says Nishant Mittal, Chief executive officer, Radio Misty we had series of events on Independence Day. We connected listeners’ with on air and ground activities. Salam India the story of unknown heroes was great way to pay tribute to them.
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