Radio Stations

Listening to the radio is a great way to improve your Spanish skills and get a feeling for the Peruvian music scene. Very popular here with young and old are Creole music, Cumbia, Salsa and Reggae; so quite a lot of radio stations broadcast this music style. If you once in a while miss the good old Rock & Pop music in English, no worries, you won't be left out in the cold. Almost all stations have a web page where you can listen online.

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Radio Felicidad

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Radio Felicidad is mainly playing boleros and Creole music

Radio RPP Noticias

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RPP Noticias is Peru's leader in broadcasting news via the radio

Radio San Borja

Radio Stations
Radio San Borja is on air since 1982 informing about news and mayor events, conveying Peruvian values and the cultural heritage; traditional Peruvian music.
Radio X (since 2013) is the former Okey Radio. They play mostly Rock and Pop.

Radio Studio 92

Radio Stations
Radio Studio 92 broadcasts Rock and Pop music including information on favorite artists for youngsters

Ritmo Romantica

Radio Stations
Ritmo Romantica offers a programm for romantics with ballads in Spanish, horoscope, counseling shows related to life, love and health

Radio La Inolvidable

Radio Stations
La Inolvidable broadcasts Unforgettable boleros, ballads and Creole music mainly from the 1960s and 1970s

Radio La Karibeña

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Radio La Karibeña plays Cumbia music pure and regularly organizes big events with famous artists

Radio La Kalle

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La Kalle is on air since 2010 with Techno, Pop, Reggae and Eurodance

Radio Capital

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Radio Capital broadcasts numerous Talk shows with Peruvian celebrities like Magaly
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