RFA aims to bring you a world-class service with its great line-up of talented broadcasters.
Acknowledgement to all wonderful broadcast team members
Welcome to Dr Imelda Deinla who debuted as one of RFA's dedicated and professional co-broadcasters last week.
Photo above: Dr Imelda Deinla (facing camera), College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University (ANU), Canberra, for RFA co-broadcasting. Great performance! Gloria Ross, Director RFA and main broadcaster, is seen sitting opposite facing the broadcast panel. Dr Deinla's university colleagues and friends are seen sitting in the radio station foyer area in front of the sound proof window.A gentle reminder that all of RFA's broadcasts are available online in a very extensive audio archive dating back to early 2013. This serves different purposes of allowing people to listen to the latest broadcast at a time of their convenience, as well as providing one of the most comprehensive audio broadcast archives in the world for historical and/or research purposes.