The Business Breakfast’s Brandy Scott ventured down to investigate and to speak to the General Manager of the Arabian Radio Network, Mahmoud Al Rasheed.
Join our Dubai Eye 103.8 audience for a brand new show, Farmers Kitchen, presented by Helen Farmer.
This is the story of how Michael Scott Moore survived 977 days in the company of pirates.
The foundation stone of Abu Dhabi's first ever traditional Hindu temple has been laid.
Egyptian expats in the UAE have started voting on constitutional amendments that would allow President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi to stay in power until 2030.
The next time you board a public bus in Dubai, make ensure there’s enough credit on your Nol Card.
The UAE’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has held talks with senior US officials on the latest security situation in the Middle East.
Two teenagers have been arrested in Ireland for being involved in the murder of a journalist.
Gunmen have killed 13 people at a bar in Mexico.
Thousands of bees living on the roof of the Notre-Dame cathedral have survived last week's devastating fire.
Ukraine's rival presidential candidates have locked horns in a heated televised debate at Kiev's Olympic stadium.
Tesla is set to have fewer board members.
Abu Dhabi has announced a major update to its real estate law, allowing foreigners to own freehold land and property in certain investment zones.
Cash strapped Indian airline Jet Airways has stopped all operations after failing to get a fresh bailout package.
Property renters and buyers can still find affordable options in Sharjah and Ajman.
Award-winning comedian Alan Davies is performing live at Dubai Opera on Friday 14 June.
Get ready for a double dose of contemporary rock music from South Africa.
British comedian Al Murray is heading our way for an epic night that promises enough laughs to get us through the year.
Dubai Opera is back with its widely successful Music in the Studio series.
Experience the enchanting story of Sleeping Beauty brought to life by an incredibly talented cast at Dubai Opera.
The Phantom of the Opera has long been a favourite of theatre and musical fans worldwide, and this October, it’s set to make its Middle East debut.