HISTORY OF THE LUTHERAN RADIO CENTRE
|During the times of the first Lutheran Bishop on Kilimanjaro, Bishop Moshi, the teachers at the bible school in Mwika up the Kilimanjaro got the idea to use the radio to proclame the Gospel to all the people in Tanzania.|
|Since the road down from Mwika was realy muddy during rainy season Bishop Moshi assisted them to build a studio in Moshi.|
|The programmes got aired from the big short wave Station in Addis Ababa in Ethiopia build by the Lutheran World Federation.|
Recording with the first OB-Van and children listening on the radio
|Director Fred Baglo handing over the key to the first
Tanzanian Director Amos Lymo
Bottom: producing the programmes on the mixer
|Bishop Zephania Gunda took over 1971-1972|
|Then Pastor Magogo got director.|
|Pastor Macha took over.
The Lutheran World Federation sponsored a new car and mixing console!
|Clvin Lyaro made the transition from the short wave programmes to high quality FM Programmes for the ELCT in Tanzania.|
|Philemon Marc Fihavango is the present director of the Lutheran Radio Centre.|