This week, Dialogos Radio is featuring its special holiday edition, for its final broadcast of 2016. The Dialogos Interview Series will present an interview with renowned Greek architect, author, and historian Konstantinos Staikos, who will speak to us about his distinguished architectural career, his books, and his recent, significant donation to the Onassis Foundation in Athens, which will soon comprise the Foundation’s library that will be opening to the public in the near future.
In addition, we will air an interview from our archives, with well-known Greek-American comedian and entertainer Yannis Pappas, who is also well-known for his Mr. Panos character. Pappas spoke to us about his career as a comedian, about his Greek roots, and how his heritage influences his comedic work.
Tune in for all this and more, on the special holiday edition of Dialogos Radio!
We are excited to announce the launch of Dialogos Radio’s programming on a new station in our worldwide broadcast network, as both our English- and Greek-language programming will be heard on WCSQ 105.9 FM, broadcasting in the Capital Region of New York State. Our English-language broadcasts will air Saturdays at 9 am local time, and our Greek-language broadcasts will air on Sundays at 9 am local time.
This week on Dialogos Radio, the Dialogos Interview Series will feature an exclusive interview with world-renowned physicist and researcher Dimitri Nanopoulos. Dr. Nanopoulos is the Mitchell/Heep Chair in High Energy Physics at Texas A&M University, has been a research fellow at CERN and is a research fellow at Harvard University, was formerly president of the Academy of Athens, and has been awarded with the Onassis International Prize and the Enrico Fermi Prize for his research.
In this week’s interview, Nanopoulos will discuss his life, career, and research, contemporary issues and developments in the field of physics, his tenure as president of the Academy of Athens, the Greek “brain drain,” and numerous other highly interesting topics.
Tune in for this interview, plus our commentary of the week and some great Greek music, this week exclusively on Dialogos Radio!
Dialogos Radio is excited to announce the launch of its programming on a weekly basis on a new broadcast partner: KXMS 88.7 FM – Fine Arts Radio International, based in Joplin, Missouri, at Missouri Southern State University, with coverage in parts of Missouri as well as Kansas and Oklahoma. Our English- and Greek-language broadcasts will be aired on an alternating weekly basis beginning Friday, September 5 and continuing each Friday at 5 pm local time. More details about KXMS are available online at http://www.mssu.edu/kxms/.
Our first two broadcasts will be repeat episodes from our previous, successful broadcast season, while our new broadcast season is set to begin starting on September 15. Stay tuned!
Transcripción de la entrevista de Radio Dialogos con el economista y secretario general del Frente Unido Popular de Grecia (EPAM) Dimitris Kazakis. Esta entrevista se emitió en nuestras transmisiones para la semana del 14-20 de abril de 2016. Encuentra el podcast de esta entrevista aquí (en inglés).
Nota de la traductora, Déborah Berman Santana: Esta es la transcripción (traducida al español) de la entrevista realizada en abril 2016 por la emisora “Diálogos Media Radio” (http://dialogosmedia.org/) con el economista, analista y secretario general de La Frente Unida Popular de Grecia (EPAM), Dimitris Kazakis. EPAM fue fundada durante el verando de 2011 en los campamentos de los indignados, en resistencia contra el primer acuerdo del gobierno con los acreedores de la deuda. Las demandas son: 1. Repudio unilateral de la deuda de acuerdo con el derecho internacional; 2. Cancelación de todos los memorandos y los tratados internacionales firmados desde 2010 con el FMI, la UE y el BCE; 3. Salida de la Unión Europea y la zona euro, y un retorno a la moneda nacional; 4. Nacionalización de los principales bancos a partir del Banco de Grecia, con el fin de controlar la economía, para redefinir la política de crédito y para controlar el tráfico de la capital; 5. Juicio y castigo de todos los responsables de la quiebra y la pérdida de la soberanía del país; 6. Nueva Constitución basada en la defensa de la plena soberanía nacional del pueblo de Grecia.
Traducido por Déborah B. Santana
MN: Para acompañarnos hoy en Dialogos Radio es el economista, analista, y secretario general del Frente Unido Popular de Grecia (EPAM) Dimitris Kazakis, que nos hablará hoy sobre los últimos acontecimientos económicos y políticos en Grecia y sobre la candente cuestión de la crisis de los refugiados y migrantes en Grecia y Europa. Dimitri, gracias por estar con nosotros una vez más.
DK: Gracias por recibirme.
MN: Antes de discutir la evolución económica en Grecia, vamos a hablar primero sobre la crisis migratoria y de refugiados. Usted ha hablado mucho sobre este tema y quería empezar por preguntar por el reciente acuerdo entre la Unión Europea y Turquía, que fue co-firmado por el gobierno griego. ¿Es este acuerdo legal y es ejecutable, y qué dice el derecho internacional sobre el tema?
The transcript of Dialogos Radio’s interview with Despina Kreatsoulas, the co-founder of the Politismos Museum of Greek History. This interview aired on our broadcasts for the week of March 31-April 6, 2016. Find the podcast of this interview here.
MN: Joining us today on Dialogos Radio and the Dialogos Interview Series is Despina Kreatsoulas, co-founder of the Politismos Museum, a recently-launched online museum of Greek history and culture. Despina will speak to us about the museum, the idea behind it, its mission and its exhibits. Despina, thank you for joining us today.
DK: Thank you so much for this opportunity, we’re happy to be here with you today.
MN: Share with us some words about how the idea for an online museum of Greek history and culture came about, and how the Politismos Museum was founded.
This week on Dialogos Radio, the Dialogos Interview Series will feature an interview with Despina Kreatsoulas, co-founder of the newly-established Politismos Museum, an online museum of Greek history and culture. In this interview, Kreatsoulas will speak to us about the idea behind creating an online museum, about the museum’s features and exhibits, the future plans of the museum including the establishment of a physical presence in the United States, and the importance of Greek culture in presenting a positive image of Greece to the world.
In addition to this week’s interview, we will feature our commentary of the week segment, on issues pertaining to freedom and independence, while we will air some great Greek music as well.
All this and more, this week exclusively on Dialogos Radio and the Dialogos Interview Series!
Check out our recent interviews, which have been published on 99getsmart.com and on GreekTV.com! Our interview with Greek-American aviation expert Bill Kalivas, on his online campaign for additional nonstop flights to be added from the United States to Greece, has recently been featured on GreekTV.com, while our interview with Panagiotis Oikonomidis of Greece’s “No Middlemen Movement” has been featured in 99getsmart.com!
The transcript of Dialogos Radio’s interview with Greek-American aviation and tourism industry expert Bill Kalivas. This interview aired on our broadcasts for the week of October 15-21, 2015. Find the podcast of this interview here.
MN: Joining us today on Dialogos Radio and the Dialogos Interview Series is aviation and tourism industry expert Bill Kalivas, who has launched an online campaign calling for more nonstop flights to Greece from the United States to be scheduled. Bill, thank you first of all for joining us today.
BK: You’re welcome.
MN: To get us started, share with us a few words about your efforts to get additional nonstop service added from U.S. cities to Greece, and tell us which city in the United States would be, in your view, the best candidate for a new nonstop service to Athens.
Check out the recent feature of GreekTV.com on Dialogos Radio, including an interview with producer and host Michael Nevradakis, which was recently published! In this feature, Nevradakis discusses the history of Dialogos Radio and what inspired him to launch the program in 2010, the philosophy which guides Dialogos Radio’s programming, the use of new media and technological tools to expand the range of our broadcasts, and interesting moments from the show’s history.
This week on Dialogos Radio, the Dialogos Interview Series will feature a timely interview with Bill Kalivas, a Greek-American aviation expert who is also leading an online campaign for additional nonstop routes to be added from the United States to Greece. Kalivas will speak to us about his campaign, as well as broader trends and issues pertaining to the airline industry in Greece and around the world, plus prospects for tourism in Greece.
In addition, in response to listener demand, this week we will air from the Dialogos Interview Series archives our interview with bestselling author John Perkins, author of “Confessions of an Economic Hit Man.”
Finally, we will also air our commentary of the week segment, plus some great Greek music! Tune in for all this and more, exclusively this week on Dialogos Radio!
The transcript of Dialogos Radio’s interview with analyst and journalist Dimitri Lascaris of The Real News Network, who spoke with us about the results of the Greek parliamentary elections of September 20, and his own candidacy in the Canadian parliamentary elections. This interview aired on our broadcasts for the week of September 24-30, 2015. Find the podcast of this interview here.
MN: Joining us today on Dialogos Radio and the Dialogos Interview Series is political analyst and journalist Dimitri Lascaris of The Real News Network. Dimitri analyzes Greek and international politics, and he is also a candidate with the Green Party in the upcoming Canadian parliamentary elections. Dimitri, thank you for joining us today.
DL: My pleasure, Michael.
MN: Getting us started, after a tumultuous political summer in Greece where we saw the SYRIZA-led government turn its back on the referendum result of July 5th, where Greek voters resoundingly rejected austerity, we saw those same Greek voters bring SYRIZA back to power, with barely a decline in its share of the vote compared to January’s elections. Are you surprised by this result?
Read our recent interview with Greek-American professor, journalist, and blogger Irene Archos, founder of GreekAmericanGirl.com, who recently spoke to us about her website, about life as a Greek woman of the diaspora and the challenges members of the diaspora often face when living between two (or more) cultures, and her new initiative which will attempt to bridge Greek women of the global Greek community.
The transcript of Dialogos Radio’s interview with scholar and analyst James Petras. This interview aired on our broadcasts for the week of September 17-23, 2015. Find the podcast of this interview here.
MN: Joining us today on the special Greek election broadcast of Dialogos Radio and the Dialogos Interview Series is scholar and analyst James Petras, professor emeritus of sociology at Binghamton University in New York. James, thank you for joining us once again.
JP: Well it’s a pleasure. I was very glad we put together the last program, I think it went off quite successfully.
MN: Getting us started, many in Greece, and outside of Greece, were surprised, some would say shocked, at SYRIZA’s about-face in the space of just a few months, and how it essentially turned its back on the overwhelming vote of “no” towards more austerity in the July 5th referendum, and the very harsh memorandum agreement it signed with the troika. You, however, were not surprised at SYRIZA’s capitulation. What is your reaction to what happened?
Dialogos Radio’s exclusive pre-election interview with renowned scholar and analyst James Petras, in which he discusses and analyzes the political situation in Greece leading up to the September 20 snap parliamentary elections, has been featured in both English and a Greek translation, by Truthout and by freepen.gr, respectively!
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