Dialogos Radio’s worldwide network of affiliate stations continues to expand! Beginning Friday, December 8, Dialogos Radio will be broadcast on a weekly basis in the city of Nashville, the “Athens of the South,” on WRFN 103.7 and 107.1 FM, “Radio Free Nashville.” Both our English- and Greek-language broadcasts will be heard, on an alternating weekly basis each Friday from 1-2 pm local time.
Hear Radio Free Nashville online at www.radiofreenashville.org, or via the listen live links on the right-hand sidebar of our website.
The mainstream narrative regarding the cause of the severe economic crisis Greece has experienced is that the Greek people and Greek state were irresponsible with their finances, lived “beyond their means” at the expense of EU taxpayers, and provided overly generous social benefits to an underproductive and lazy populace.
A different view exists, however — one that is based on allegations that Greece was driven into the memorandum and austerity regime not by economic incompetence and cultural deficiencies, but by a fraud that was perpetrated against the Greek people and the country of Greece.
In our latest for Mint Press News, whistleblower Nikos Logothetis, former board member for the Greek Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) details these allegations of fraud and shares the latest on the criminal and civil cases and verdicts against former ELSTAT president and IMF employee Andreas Georgiou.
This week on Dialogos Radio, the Dialogos Interview Series will feature two interviews that you will not want to miss. We will begin this week’s broadcast with part two of our interview with journalist Dimitris Yannopoulos, formerly the press adviser for Greece’s ex-finance minister Yanis Varoufakis. In part one of our interview, Yannopoulos revealed how Varoufakis’ decisions, contrary to his rhetoric, anchored Greece into continued economic austerity. This week in part two, Yannopoulos will analyze the current economic and political situation in Greece today, and the claims of the SYRIZA-led coalition government that Greece has “turned the corner” economically.
Following this, the Dialogos Interview Series will feature an interview with Maria Karamitsos, founder and editor of WindyCityGreek.com. She will share with us a fascinating account of the development of Chicago’s famous “Greektown” and the development of the Greek community in the Windy City, discuss WindyCity Greek and the concept behind this website, and also share an update with us regarding the recent visit of Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras to Chicago.
Finally, read the recent interview of Michael Nevradakis, producer and host of Dialogos Radio, in WindyCity Greek as part of the Greek-Americans in Greece series, by clicking here!
We are excited to announce two new additions to Dialogos Radio’s worldwide broadcast network, which has now grown to 26 radio stations. Our weekly broadcasts (in both English and Greek) will be heard on the following stations:
WXDR 99.1 FM (Dolphin Radio) in New Orleans, Fridays 9-10 am.
We are excited to announce a new addition to Dialogos Radio’s global network of affiliate stations. Beginning October 5, 2017, Dialogos Radio’s English- and Greek-language broadcasts will air on a weekly basis in Pittsburgh, on WRCT 88.3 FM every Thursday afternoon from 5 to 6 pm local time. We are excited to have the opportunity to be heard in the Pittsburgh area!
With a new season of Dialogos Radio on the way, we are excited to announce the launch of our broadcasts on several new stations!
Dialogos Radio’s Greek-language broadcasts will now be heard on Sunday evenings at 11 pm Eastern time on Greek-Canadian radio station CHIR, heard on Rogers and Bell Fibre digital cabale in Toronto, Montreal, Quebec City, Ottawa, Hamilton, the Niagara region, and other regions throughout the provinces of Ontario and Quebec.
In addition, our English-language broadcasts are now heard on the following Global Community Radio affiliate stations:
In our latest analysis for Mint Press News, titled Greece: A (Basket) Case Study In Savage Globalization, we examine how processes of savage globalization have resulted in a prevailing mentality of inferiority, hopelessness, self-loathing, and collective guilt in Greece.
As Greeks look inward, they see a country that produces nothing of value and is inferior to the rest of the world – despite evidence to the contrary. The country has been mentally colonized, with outside powers convincing the Greeks that they can do no better.
Dialogos Radio is a proud international communication sponsor for this year’s first-ever Greek Panorama exhibit, at Vanderbilt Hall at New York City’s Grand Central Station on May 12-13, with a business networking day on May 11. Greek Panorama will feature exhibits on Greek tourism and gastronomy, in one of New York City’s most central locations.
Dialogos Radio had the opportunity to interview Leonidas Babanis, organizer of this year’s exhibition, and the podcasts of these interviews, in English and in Greek, are available on our podcastspage.
This week on Dialogos Radio, the Dialogos Interview Series will feature a timely interview with award-winning British economist Roger Bootle. Bootle is the founder and chairman of Capital Economics in London, a specialist adviser to the British House of Commons Treasury Committee, a columnist for The Daily Telegraph, the author of “The Trouble With Europe,” and the winner of the prestigious Wolfson Prize in Economics for his proposal titled “Leaving the Euro: A Practical Guide,” proposing how any Eurozone member could depart from the Eurozone in an orderly fashion. He will speak to us about Brexit and the process which lies ahead for Britain, the prospects for Great Britain’s economy going forward, how Brexit will impact the European Union and Eurozone, and his award-winning plan for how any country can exit from the Eurozone and why he believes countries like Greece should depart.
In addition, this week’s broadcast will feature a special interview with Leonidas Babanis, organizer of this year’s Greek Panorama exhibition, set to take place in New York City’s Grand Central Station on from May 11-13. Dialogos Radio is an international communication sponsor for this exhibition, and Babanis will talk to us about what visitors and attendees can expect to find at this year’s event.
Tune in for these two exclusive interviews, plus some great Greek music, on this week’s English-language broadcast of Dialogos Radio!
We are excited to announce Dialogos Radio’s new, permanent timeslot on Agape Greek Radio. Effective immediately, our broadcasts (alternating on a weekly basis between English and Greek) will air daily at 9 am Eastern time (2 pm GMT, 4 pm Greek time), with new broadcasts debuting each weekend. Listen online at www.agapegreekradio.com.
In “Greece’s New Deal From European Lenders Delivers More Neoliberalism,” Greek economist and analyst Dimitris Karousos spoke to us about the Greek government’s recent agreement with the troika and what it actually entails for Greece, about the difference between a parallel/dual currency and a national domestic currency, and about the steps Greece could follow in order to depart from the Eurozone in an orderly fashion. This interview is available athttp://www.mintpressnews.com/greeces-new-deal-from-european-lenders-delivers-more-neoliberalism/226337/.
This week on Dialogos Radio, we will be featuring, as part of the Dialogos Interview Series, two special interviews!
First, we will have the opportunity to speak with journalist, analyst, and longtime lawyer in the Royal Court of the United Kingdom Alexander Mercouris, co-founder of TheDuran.com. Joining us from London, Mercouris will provide his insights for us on a number of current issues, including the latest actions of the Trump administration, the path towards Brexit in Great Britain, anti-Russia hysteria and the establishment media’s agenda, developments in the Ukraine and Syria, and a view on the Greek government’s latest deal with its creditors and what continued austerity means for Greece.
This interview will be followed up by a special feature with young Greek spoken word artist Dylan Wolfram, who will speak to us about his latest spoken word release, titled “Bellows.” In addition to this interview, we will hear two cuts from Wolfram’s recent spoken word project.
Two great interviews, all this week exclusively on Dialogos Radio and the Dialogos Interview Series!
We are excited to announce the launch of Dialogos Radio’s broadcasts on the Canada-based online radio station Agape Greek Radio! Our English- and Greek-language broadcasts will be broadcast on an alternating basis on Agape Greek Radio, and will be heard, tentatively, each evening at midnight Eastern (U.S. & Canada) time.
The transcript of Dialogos Radio’s interview with journalist and geopolitical analyst Alex Christoforou, co-founder of TheDuran.com. This interview aired on our broadcasts for the week of January 19-25, 2017. Find the podcast of this interview here.
MN: Joining us today on Dialogos Radio and the Dialogos Interview Series for our first English-language interview of 2017 is Alex Christoforou, co-founder and writer for the online news website TheDuran.com. Alex, happy new year and thank you for joining us today on our program.
AC: Happy new year and thank you for having me.
MN: President-elect Donald Trump is set to take office, amidst a climate of intense anti-Russian sentiment in the United States and in Western Europe. During his presidential campaign, Trump spoke out in favor of improved U.S. relations with Russia and with Vladimir Putin. Do you believe that Trump will make good on this pledge? Continue reading →
Our recent interviews, in English and Greek, with journalist and geopolitical analyst Alex Christoforou, co-founder of TheDuran.com, has been featured in Mint Press News! This is a combination of two recent Dialogos Radio interviews featuring Christodoulou, which aired on our radio broadcast in January and February.
In this interview, Christoforou discusses hot-button political and geopolitical issues, including Trump and the foreign policy he may follow, Russia and its response to developments along its border and in the Middle East, Syria, the Cyprus reunification talks, Brexit and Grexit, and much more.
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