Radio Boracay RB106 Philippines joins Radio Everyone for Global Goals. Radio stations around the world are on board to help spread the word about the United Nations' global goals.

"The GLOBAL Hour" is a 1-hour radio special with lots of great music and inspiring talk. Some of the world’s best influencers share their amazing stories along with their personal choices of “songs to change the world to”.

Radio Everyone Global Hour Schedule

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The GLOBAL Hour airs on Radio Boracay FM 106.1 and RB106 everyday at 5 pm Boracay time(1700 GMT+8). Replays are heard 0700 on RB106. Learn more about the Global Goals.

Follow @TheGlobalGoals on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to stay up to date. Please #TellEveryone about the #GlobalGoals. They need to be famous for these goals to work. So, we need your help spreading the word as far as possible.

Day 01 – SAT 26 SEP – Richard Curtis

Kate Thornton sits down for an extended conversation with one of UK’s most successful screenwriters, the man behind Comic Relief charity, hit movies “Notting Hill“, “Love Actually“, “Four Weddings & A Funeral“, director/screenwriter of Pirate Radio movie “The Boat That Rocked“, and now – RADIO EVERYONE, the station for the UN’s Global Goals.

Richard talks to Kate about some of the most impactful moments in his life, such as his first trip to Ethiopia in 1984, which spurred him on to create the Comic Relief; meeting Rowan Atkinson and writing Blackadder, one of Britain’s most successful sitcoms – and the music that has soundtracked these moments. (Produced by Magic FM, UK)

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Or listen to Richard Curtis.

Day 02 – (SUN) 27 SEP 2015 – Cate Blanchett & Andrew Upton

UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador, Cate Blanchett and her husband, Andrew Upton, pick an amazing playlist based around the theme of “belonging.” They want to draw attention to the fact that a staggering 10 million people are what is called “stateless”, and this means they don’t belong anywhere. (Produced by ABC Australia).

Know MORE about Radio Everyone. Or listen to Cate and Andrew.


Day 03 – (MON) 28 SEP 2015 – Bono & Christiane Amanpour

Two figures who care deeply about development issues, but have very different approaches to drawing attention to them. CNN Anchor, Christiane Amanpour and Bono spend an hour sharing
anecdotes, experience and music – inspired by the themes of the Global Goals.

Know MORE about Radio Everyone. Or listen to Bono & Christiane.

Day 04 – (TUE) 29 SEP 2015 – Matt Everitt

Respected BBC Music journalist Matt Everitt delivers a hand picked selection of his favourite interview moments to explore the ultimate ‘firsts’ in each stars life. Noel Gallagher reveals what happened at Oasis’ first jam session, David Grohl explains how Foo Fighters came to be and Quentin Tarrantino reveals why the Jungle Book was a significant moment in his life. BBC Music brings together a mix of ten global artists from the world of music and film to discuss their most personal and inspirational first moments.

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Day 05 – (WED) 30 SEP 2015 – Liverpool Footbal Club

Kolo Toure, Jordon Ibe and Adam Lallana from Liverpool FC take time out from training to share some of their favourite tracks. Joined at the end of the show by club captain, Jordan Henderson,
who explains what it feels like for a player to hear You’ll Never Walk Alone being sung at Anfield.

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Day 06 – (THU) 01 OCT 2015 – Rita Ora

Hear Rita’s ‘Songs to Change the World To’ playlist of 12 of her favourite tracks that have come influenced her or the world.

Know MORE about Radio Everyone. Or listen to Rita Ora.


Day 07 – (FRI) 02 OCT 2015 – Jamie Oliver

World famous chef and food campaigner, Jamie Oliver, shares his playlist of tracks to change the world to. Featuring NAS, Ian Brown and Jamie rapping…

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Global Goals #15 - The Philippines

The Dumagat tribe raised a flag to represent Goal 15, Life on Land, in the Marikina Watershed near Manila in the Philippines, to support the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development. Credit: Jasper Lucena


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