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Summer 2022: Nine podcasts you have to check out
Looking for a podcast to soundtrack your summer? Here are nine recommended by the Euronews Culture team.
Ukrainian music station switches to hard news as war approaches Lviv
Lvivska Khvylya was one of the first radio stations set up after Ukrainian independence 30 years ago, now they're a part of the Ukrainian war effort.
'Give Peace a Chance' played on European radio in support of Ukraine
The anthem was written by Yoko Ono and John Lennon in the 1970s but has new relevance in light of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Greenlanders in Denmark ready for new radio station in native tongue
The four hour time difference means that watching or listening to online news bulletins from Greenland’s public broadcaster, even in their own language, “are not always that relevant,” says Camilla Siezing who moved from Nuuk to Denmark seven years ago.
Ten years in the making, an indie film pays tribute to The Smiths
Twenty of The Smiths tracks feature in the movie by Stephen Kijak and RLJE Films which is set in the summer of 1987.
French radio station publishes obituaries of people still alive
A French broadcaster said in a statement that a "technical problem" led to the erroneous publications.
Materadio brings radio broadcasting to the stage
As part of its ongoing celebrations as European Capital of Culture, the Italian city of Matera is to host three days of live programming from state radio channel Rai Radio 3 between 11 and 15 September.
Washington DC radio station is a Russian agent, judge rules
WZHF-AM is "a Russian state-owned media enterprise created by Vladimir Putin to advance Russian interests abroad," the Justice Department contended.
A royal master class in interviewing techniques
Prince Harry has taken on the role of radio presenter and tries to put a chatty Barack Obama at ease before an interview
Norway becomes the first country to switch off FM signal
Norwegian national broadcaster NRK radio programmes can now only be heard on digital radios after the last FM signal was switched to DAB
Former Hong Kong leader sentenced to 20 months imprisonment for misconduct
Donald Tsang, the most senior official in the territory even to stand trial for corruption, was found guilty of having failed to declare a conflict of interest.
Norway first country to switch off FM radio
DAB radio is coming to Norway as the country becomes the first to switch off FM. But in this avid radio nation, will everyone be able to listen?
Box on Pac-Man fight gets TV green light
Manny Pacquiao's WBO welterweight fight against Timothy Bradley looks set to hit the airwaves on TV and radio after being given the green light by the Philippine election commission.
Apple plans app development centre in Italy
The southern Italian city of Naples has been chosen by Apple for the first of a series of app development centres. The idea is to train app
[Podcast] Media, censorship and self-censorship in Europe
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Media respect called into question over Germanwings coverage
The Germanwings disaster has heavily marked Seyne-les-Alpes, population 1,500, the town nearest Tuesday’s crash site in the southern French Alps
Azerbaijan shuts Radio Free Europe offices
The bureau of the US-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty in Baku has been shut down in Baku by Azerbaijani authorities. The station said it was an
UK radio DJ Dave Lee Travis denies 15 sex crimes
One of Britain’s best-known radio presenters from the 1970s and 80s has denied 15 sex crimes. Dave Lee Travis, 68, whose real name is David Patrick
Turn on the radio, it's opera time!
It’s the essential rendez-vous for music lovers on Italian public radio: La Barcaccia, a satirical show on the world of opera. Both cult and