100 successful women is a 100 part radio series, designed to promote the values of women’s involvement in Afghan society across the country. The series will broadcast on Moby’s Arman and Arakozia radio stations beginning June 1, 2013.
Afghan women increasingly play an active role in society, despite the
many barriers that exist in regards to access to opportunities. Some of these roles have been in the private sector, through developing successful and sustainable businesses;
in civil society, through activism and advocating for women’s rights; and in government. Lapis travels
across the country to uncover and document these inspiring stories and to create a vibrant and open
discussion around these stories. 100 successful women will be broadcast on 1st June and 2nd June 2013, Saturday to Wednesday at 10:30 am - 11:00 am in the “9-to-12” program on Arman FM and Sunday to
Thursday at 10:00 am - 11:00 am in the “De Ghag Studio” on Arakozia FM.
People’s Voice is a 19 - part elections related town hall debate series, which takes place in provinces across the country. The series will broadcast on Moby’s Arman, Arakozia radio stations as well as Lemar, TOLO TV and TOLO News beginning April 15, 2013.
Tolo News travels across the country
empowering the voices of the Afghan people and ensuring their opinions
regarding the 2014 elections are heard not only by their peers but their future
president. People’s Voice, is a town hall debate series that works to increase
general understanding of the importance of the elections for the future success
of Afghanistan. Through dialogue and the participation of civil society across
the country, the series serves to increase the confidence of the Afghan people
that the 2014 elections will be free, fair, transparent and sustainable.
Through People’s Voice, Tolo News encourages people to debate and educate
themselves on issues surrounding the 2014 elections not only in their own
provinces, but throughout the country creating a strong and united Afghan
Briefing: Bamdad Khosh is one of the morning shows of Tolo TV which is broadcasted from 7 to 9 AM in the morning.
This program is broadcasted six days a week and it mainly focuses on social and cultural subjects. The main goal and aim of this program is the growth and development of current objectives of Afghan society and it mostly talks about the current issues of society and youth. Besides, the daily tasks it pays attention to the economical process of the country.
Tolo TV has undertaken various exclusive interviews with key individuals including politicians, governmental appointees, Jihadi leaders, entertainers, musicians, sports men and women, and various others.
All of our interviews are conducted by senior journalists and are aimed at getting the information you seek.
Chehra Ha (or Faces) is a program which introduces familiar faces to you, the viewer, but from a more personal perspective. To date, Chehra Ha has been able to introduce the many well known faces of Afghan politics, entertainment, science, art and others to you, including people like Marshall Fahim, Minister Ismael Khan, Siddiq Barmak, Shafiqa Habibi, Minister Amirzai Sangin, and countless others.
Hosted by Sami Mahdi, the program is broadcast every 2 weeks on Tolo TV, Tuesday nights at 10pm.
To contact the Dahlezha team please email
Dahlezha (or "Corridors") is an investigative program looking at interesting criminal activities in Afghanistan.
Homayoon Daneshyar, voted in 2004 as the most popular personality due to his very popular and influential radio programs, hosts and presents this interesting program. In the corridors of Police offices, prosecution offices, criminal courts, autopsy and criminal medical examinations offices, much of the criminal incidents of Afghanistan are unravelled by the Dahlezha team.
One of the most popular investigative programs in Afghanistan, you can watch Dahlezha every Saturday night at 10pm Kabul time.
To contact the Dahlezah team, email