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Radio Bahá’í, WLGI, is a non-commercial educational radio station, that has served northeastern South Carolina since 1984. Radio Bahá’í is hosted at the Louis G. Gregory Bahá’í Institute, located near Hemingway, South Carolina. The station is owned by the Regional Bahá’í Council of the Southeastern States, and it is currently funded wholly from contributions of the Baha’is of the United States.

Radio Bahá’í strives to reflect universal spiritual principles and the application of the teachings of the Baha’i Faith in its programing.

We serve Horry, Georgetown, Williamsburg, Florence and Marion counties, in South Carolina, and are the areas for which the provides announcements, partners with local organizations and agencies, and supports with remote broadcasts

We want to hear from you. Fill out our contact form below or call us to tell us what you think of our current music and programming. Our toll-free phone number is 866-501-9544. If you want to come to see us, we are 1272 Williams Hill Rd, Hemingway SC.

The station has a few paid staff, but we depend heavily on volunteers. If you would like to volunteer, which you can do from anywhere in the world, please check out the areas we need volunteers for and fill out our volunteer form.

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  1. michael a razeeq

    Can you broadcast streaming audio on the internet? Then we can listen through set up with tunein radio.

    1. gkintz

      We are not streaming on the Internet. We are looking into it. We'll let you know if/when we start.

    2. Colin M Hill

      Hi Michael;

      We are now available on TuneIn. On the web it downloads a file for some reason, but you can listen by dragging that into iTunes or a similar program. On mobile devices the stream should work like other radio station.

    3. Gabriel José de Alencastro

      Gostaria de saber como ouvir as rádios bahá'ís, principalmente as localizadas na América do Sul.

      1. Greg Kintz

        Based on Google Translate, you said,"I would like to know how to listen Bahá'í radios, especially those located in South America." I don't know if any of the South American stations are streaming. If you go to our streaming page, Streaming Page, you can find out how to listen to WLGI. And, via Google Translate: "Eu não sei se qualquer uma das estações da América do Sul estão fluindo. Se você vai para a nossa página de streaming, Streaming de página, você pode descobrir como ouvir WLGI."

  2. Michael

    Such a refreshing change. I found Radio Bahá’í while vacationing in Myrtle Beach SC. I would also Love if Radio Bahá’í began streaming audio. - Blessings!

    1. Greg Kintz

      Yes there is. And there are Radio Baha'i stations in Panama, Ecuador, Boliva, Peru and Chile.

      1. Teresita Superioridad Baluyos

        hello greg! so nice to have 'met' you here. i am also a broadcaster, and i used to host our own radio program, the 'New Garden," in cagayan de oro city, philippines. that stint paved the way for my broadcasting career and i thank God and Baha'u'llah for that rare, priceless opportunity. it's been my wish to actively get involved again in Baha'i radio program.... soon. 🙂

  3. Mystic Mind

    Got it on my phone. So far, so good. Keep up the Great Work (Religious, spiritual, mystical, etc.) that we all are involved in.

    "I Don't Care What Your Religion Is, Just Show Me The Results!" - Mystic Mind ©

  4. Andrea Tong-Dickson

    Hi, I just found this station and am streaming it here in California! I'm so happy to be listening to a station that promotes peace, love, & unity. Thanks to all who are supporting Radio Bahai, WLGI!

  5. Paul N Cravens

    I just started listening to your station. I am retired and do not drive and welcome something from the Baha'is. The only complaint is that I can understand very little of what the vocalists are singing. Sometimes I can catch a word. When I was young one could actually understand what singers were singing unless it was opera.

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