Radju Malta, or in English Radio Malta, is the primary radio service from state broadcaster PBS (Public Broadcasting Services), with Radju Malta 2 and Magic Malta being the sister stations.
Programmes broadcast focus on cultural and current affairs programmes, with a strong emphasis on news. Phone-ins, classical music, and classic hits also feature. All programmes are in Maltese, except from news which is provided by the BBC.
|97.3 FM||Malta & Gozo|
|999 MW||Malta & Gozo|
|DAB+||Malta & Gozo|
Schedule under construction, and subject to change.
Has its origins in a cable radio service, first launched in 11th November 1935, and operated by Rediffusion. This closed on 31st January 1989.
Current station was launched on the 8th January 1973 by the Malta Broadcasting Authority, initially on 999 MW. Broadcasts on 93.7 FM began in 1979, following the closure of British Forces station BFBS Malta, which closed on 31st March 1979, and had operated on that frequency.