Channel Culture

The Belarusian Radio Channel Kultura is the first specialized radio station in Belarus. Its main broadcasting language is Belarusian. People who are interested in national and world cultural achievements and want to keep abreast of the latest developments in the world of art are the primary audience of the Channel Kultura. “We choose the eternal values” is our motto.


Kultura's history began on January 1, 2002, when the first program was broadcasted. It has immediately stood out from the polyphony of other radio stations as a radio for intellectuals. Channel Kultura is constantly evolving and improving, guided by the mission to locate the Belarusian culture in the global context.


The station's employees strive to cover all aspects of the multifaceted concept of culture, so the thematic palette becomes richer with each new season. The channel's listeners are acquainted with the best examples of literature, folk, classical and contemporary music. Journalists prepare reports from art exhibitions, theater premieres, research laboratories and university classrooms. Culture experts, historians and art critics are invited to speak on-air. 


The Channel Kultura regularly broadcasts concert recordings from the Radio House Big Studio, Belarusian State Philharmonic, the Belarusian Bolshoi Theatre to the global exchange fund organized by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU). The best Belarusian concerts are available to listners from 73 countries, who are also members of the EBU. In turn, the Channel Kultura introduces the latest foreign music events to the Belarusian audience.


Channel Kultura broadcasts 24 hours a day via the Internet, on VHF frequencies, and FM-band:

Minsk - 102,9 FM
Brest - 88,5 FM
Viciebsk - 99,3 FM
Homel - 91,5 FM
Hrodna - 95,0 FM
Mahilioŭ - 99,1 FM