The state of Grenada is made up of three islands: Grenada, Carriacou, and Petit Martinique. Grenada is the largest of the three, with a width of twelve miles (18 km) and a length of twenty-one miles (34 km). The state 's total area is 133 square miles. Its highest point is Mount Saint Catherine, at 2,757 feet. Carriacou is much less mountainous, and has an area of 13 square miles with wonderful sandy beaches.
Grenada's most reputable radio station for news and information about the tri-island state.
SUNDAYS WITH GEORGE GRANT is a weekly, three-hour, news and current affairs feature which is aired "live" at 09:00am EST on two FM stations in Grenada and Carriacou (VOG FM, KAYAK FM). The program is also re-broadcast on Sunday evenings at 06:00pm EST on two additional stations (CITY SOUND FM, SPICE CAPITAL)
Interviews are conducted with technocrats, politicians, businessmen and other personalities. SUNDAYS WITH GEORGE GRANT is most appealing to Grenadians with little time during the week to keep abreast of local developments; Grenadians living abroad wishing to remain in touch with developments in their homeland; and non-Grenadians with a desire to remain tuned into the mood of the Spice Isle.