Listen to radio dramas and traffic updates besides music as you make your way home this Chinese New Year.

IMMERSE yourself in 988’s upcoming Chinese New Year radio drama, Wu Li Dan Tok Meng Cha Cha, every weekday at noon, beginning tomorrow.

The 12-episode drama chronicles the friendship between two people involved in the tea business. They soon drift apart due to a misunderstanding.

“Storytelling is powerful. Unlike TV, radio drama relies a lot on audio. Listeners are excited to tune in and imagine the characters based on their voices,” says 988’s Cantonese drama team manager Loh Peng Sum.

988’s Cantonese radio drama is one of the station’s signature programmes.

According to GfK’s first radio audience measurement for 2014, the half-hour programme garners a total of 313,000 listeners weekly.

Tune in to 988 on 99.8FM in Ipoh and 94.5FM in Penang. For more information, visit www.988.com.my or www.facebook.com/988.my.

Also, the 988 team will be at i-City this Chinese New Year Eve at 8pm, as the station will be giving away prizes worth RM10,000 including angpows and the Super Coffee Prosperity Pack.

Besides winning great prizes, meet the announcers and grab a copy of Xi Qi Yang Yang Guo Hao Nian, 988’s seventh Chinese New Year album.

Travelling on the road this Chinese New Year? Red FM, 988, SuriaFM and Capital FM will be providing the latest, most comprehensive traffic reports.

Priscilla Patrick and her team will be expanding their daily traffic reports, with extended hourly reports beginning tomorrow till Sunday.

The hourly reports start from 8pm to 10pm tomorrow, from 8pm to 10pm on Chinese New Year Eve and from 10am to 12am on Chinese New Year Day.

Visit www.startraffic.my for the latest announcements on road closures and traffic updates.

Also, get your personalised traffic report before you start your journey by calling 03-7725 1133. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/SRGTraffic or follow @mytraffic on Twitter.