Keri Belle is swiftly making her mark on the radio, thanks to her infectious bubbly personality.
His strong accent matched with his contagious laugh and endearingly funny nature makes him one of the most distinctive and loved personalities in the UAE’s Filipino community.
Louie da Costa is the hungry, mood-swinging wannabe philanthropist/therapist/rockstar!
Johnny Biryani isn’t just about radio, as his first love is to perform onstage.
“Ah, so you’re the girl behind that laugh!” is what you’d often hear people say when they first realize they’re speaking with Maria Maldita.
Philippine-born & America-raised, Frankie Chino stumbled into the industry after people kept asking him, "Hey, are you in radio?” because of his deep, bassy voice.
Georgia Fritada has the character, voice, and confidence that makes her perfect for radio, thanks to her background in Theatre Arts.
The seemingly shy little girl of Tag 91.1, Pepper Reu is anything but silent. Surprisingly, her love of speaking didn’t get her into radio earlier in her career.
Don’t let the glasses and very professional demeanor fool you, Alfred Ryce is what we Pinoys call “nasa loob ang kulo”, and is one of the animated jokers of the group… although be warned, he’s mostly armed with “tito jokes” (dad jokes).
One small step for a samosa, one giant leap for fried treats.
The collective chooses to remain anony-mouse.
He also got to taste the best of Emirati cuisine.