Greg Lampkin entered the broadcasting world in the early seventies. During this time, he was involved in television and radio, as a production assistant. After a break from broadcasting, Greg returned as a television program director at a local company. In 2008, he formed Star 106 with Buena Wright, Tony Williams, and Brad Hanna.
Greg is currently the co-host of Good Mornin’, Dis Mornin’ with Tony Williams from 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. He enjoys expressing his creativity and making people smile via radio. Greg is non-discriminative when it comes to music artists and genres. However, if you’re looking to get him dancing at a party, James Brown would be your best bet.
St. Augustine’s College’s robotics team visited Star 106 to present their robot, Choo Choo. Mr. Duran McNeil, their teacher, will be traveling with his students to Washington, D.C. for a high school robotics competition on July 14th, 2017. Choo Choo is designed to detect water particles. The balls in the video are used to represent water particles. You can see how successful their programming is in the video below.
Fortunately, the Big Red Machine team will be updating us on their competition via the Star 106 app (106Hits). You can download the app for free in the Apple App Store or the Google Play store to stay updated. Star 106 wishes the intelligent students and their teacher the best of luck in the competition.
Here’s a video of Choo Choo chugging around in Star 106:
The all new 106Hits app is here and available for download for free on Android and Apple devices.
Our interactive radio player gives you the freedom to listen and interact with 106Hits, anytime and anywhere! No registration required. The features include:
- Contact Us – Call, text, or e-mail the station with just a few quick and easy taps.
- Studio – Listen live.
- Recording – Let your voice be heard! This feature allows you to record your comments or request, send it to the show’s host or Air Personality and just like that, you’ll be apart of the show! To be sure that your recording is played back on-air, make sure that your comments are clean, tasteful, and factual. Everything else is simply discarded.
- Connect – You can now read up on all of our Air Personalties and Hosts and connect with them through social media.
What are you waiting for?? Download the app now!
Enter to win a vacation, courtesy of Shell, from June 29th, 2017 – September 8th, 2017. All you have to do is “make a minimum fuel purchase of $20 from any Shell gas station, complete the form on the receipt, answer the skilled question,” and you’re all set!
“Winners will be announced bi-weekly. Additionally, 6 lucky grand prize winners will be drawn to win a 3-day, 2-night, island getaway for four to selected family islands. ”
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If you can sing, then you can go All the Way Live and win lunch or dinner for two at Summer Palace, the Bahamian home of fine Chinese dining. Entering to win is as easy as 1, 2, 3!
1. Tune into Star 106 Hits for the song of the day.
2. Record a video of yourself singing the song for at least thirty seconds.
3. Send your video to the Star 106 Hits FaceBook page, or to our Instagram, @106hits, or to our Whatsapp: 431-1605.
There will be two winners announced every week. Listen to Tony and Greg’s Good Mornin’ Dis Mornin’ and Tessa and Sawyer Boy’s The Fix to find out if you won.
Don’t be shy, go All the Way Live!
Green Lightning, St. John’s College’s Solar Car Crew, visited Greg, Tony, and Dwayne in the 106 Hits Studio on Monday, June 26th, 2017. Justyn, Munir, Marcinco, Giovani, and their advisor, Father Shazz Turnquest, represented their hardworking and intelligent team with passion. They spoke about their mission to travel to Dallas, Texas in July 2017 to represent the Bahamas in the Solar Car Challenge. Impressively, Green Lightning is the only team in the region to be invited to the Texas Motor Speedway this year.
In the last year, they received enough sponsors to take on the challenge and build a solar car. However, they lack the funds to transport the team and their innovative solar car to Dallas. The team hopes to raise approximately $200, 000 to support their mission. The Solar Car Crew also aspires to encourage the expansion of renewable energy engineering throughout The Bahamas.
Be inspired and support our students. Visit their website or FaceBook page for more information or to donate to their cause!
Scotiabank representative, Nikera Symonette (right), and Nurse Braniksa Lewis (left) stopped into the 106 Hits studio on Tuesday, June 27th, 2017 to speak with Greg, Tony, and Dwayne about the upcoming HIV Testing Day. The annual event, hosted by Scotiabank, will take place in Rawson Square on Friday, June 30th, 2017 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Hosts of The Fix, Tessa and Sawyer Boy, will cover the event from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. 106 Hits encourages the public to come out and get tested.
The process takes less than an hour, and there will be counseling provided for all participants before and after testing. The post-counseling process will vary depending on your results. Fortunately, there is no need to fear an injection because all the test requires is a quick prick of the finger.
Join Tessa and Sawyer Boy down at Rawson Square on Friday, June 30th and know your status in less than an hour!