Two-host presentations

Two-host presentations are scripted conversations between two radio hosts. These are a good way to present two sides of a debate, or discuss the benefits and challenges of a topic.

Read the script on air with your co-host. You can adapt and translate the script to your local context, with advice from a local expert.

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  • Environment and climate change
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  • Hygiene and sanitation
  • Land issues
  • Livestock and beekeeping
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  • Nutrition
  • Post-harvest activities
  • Social issues
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  • Water management

How farmers can adapt to climate change in Burkina Faso

SFX: Signature tune HOST 1: Hello and welcome to your farming program. Today, we will talk about climate change, which is affecting and will continue to affect the livelihoods of people in Burkina Faso. Then, we will analyze the main recommended adaptation strategies for farmers. HOST 2: Yes, a German organization called the Potsdam Institute…

Farmer strategies for adapting to climate change in Niger

HOST 1: Good morning, listeners. HOST 2: Good morning, everyone. Today we are going to talk about the changing weather, about climate change. HOST 1: That’s right. And one of the safest predictions we can make about climate change is that, by now, every African farmer is familiar with the idea! HOST 2: (LAUGHTER) Yes,…

Careful, safe, and wise pest management – with and without pesticides

HOST 1: Welcome to the program. Today, we’re going to talk about a subject about which there is a lot of misinformation. HOST 2: That’s right. Today, we’re going to talk about chemical pesticides. We’ll try to clear up some of the many myths about pesticides and give you the facts about these very useful…

Farmer strategies for adapting to climate change in Ethiopia

HOST 1: Good morning, listeners HOST 2: Yes, good morning, everyone. You have all heard of climate change, right? HOST 1: (LAUGHTER) Of course they have! The changing climate is an everyday reality for farmers in Ethiopia. They see unpredictable rainy seasons, long dry seasons, and extreme weather like floods and droughts much more often.…

Using chemical pesticides safely: The case of Fall armyworm in Ethiopia

SIGNATURE TUNE HOST 1: Hello and welcome to your farmer program. Today we will talk about how to use pesticides safely. We know many farmers use chemical pesticides to manage serious pests such as Fall armyworm. But using chemicals can put your health, your family’s health, and your customers’ health at risk. HOST 2: But…

Farmers adopt eco-friendly, zero-energy storage technique for vegetables in northern Ghana

HOST 1: Hello, listeners. On today’s program, we will be discussing a very simple and eco-friendly post-harvest technology that farmers here in northern Ghana have been using to store their fresh produce. It is a technology originally developed in India and transferred to Ghana by the World Vegetable Center. Working with food and post-harvest engineer…

Improving Food security for Ugandans: Voice of Teso’s Participatory Radio Campaign on Akena Cassava

Host 1: Greetings to all our listeners. My name is ___. Host 2: And my name is ____. Today we are going to tell you about a radio campaign that was broadcast a few years ago by Voice of Teso in eastern Uganda. The campaign introduced farmers to a new disease-resistant variety of cassava called…

Balancing the interests of wildlife and rural communities: Lessons from Buabeng-Fiema monkey sanctuary in Ghana

HOST #1: Greetings. Today we are going to talk about how farmers and wildlife reserves can get along together. HOST #2: That’s true. We’ve all heard about conflicts between efforts to conserve wildlife and farmers’ need to grow food for their families and for sale. In many parts of Africa, matters relating to game, wildlife and forest…

Animal welfare: A well-treated animal is a productive animal

Host 1: Good morning and welcome to (name of program or radio station). My name is ________. Host 2: And I am ________. Welcome to today’s program on animal welfare. Host 1: We depend on domestic animals – but they depend on us too. So, ensuring the well-being of our animals makes good sense and is also good…

Growing and processing top quality rice will get you top money

Signature tune to introduce program Host 1: Good morning, dear listeners of Radio Agro Canal. Today we’re going to talk about how you can get top money for your rice crop. It’s well known that African consumers are getting more demanding when it comes to their food, and especially their rice. A lot of people…