Dialogos Radio turns 20! Not in years, but in terms of the number of radio stations in our international broadcast network! We are excited to announce that our Greek-language broadcasts will be heard each week on the “Begleri” web radio station, each Friday at 3 pm and each Monday at 12 pm (Greek time).
Listen online at http://www.radiobegleri.com!
Here are the songs which aired on Dialogos Radio’s broadcasts for the week of May 28-June 3, 2015:
- Haris Alexiou – I Palia Agora
- Dimitris Mitropanos – Asotos
Here are the songs which aired on Dialogos Radio’s broadcasts for the week of May 14-20, 2015:
1. Filippos Nikolaou – Mai Mou
2. Viki Mosholiou – Ena Asteri Peftei Peftei
Here are the songs which aired on Dialogos Radio’s broadcasts for the week of May 7-13, 2015:
- Kostas Makedonas – Ekanes to Lathos
- Alkistis Protopsalti – Moro
- Despina Olympiou & Mihalis Hatzigiannis – Na’ soun Allios
- Rena Koumioti – Stamatisan tou Rologiou oi Deiktes
- Rena Koumioti – Kainourio Mou Feggari
- Rena Koumioti – Dose Mou to Stoma Sou
These are the songs which aired on Dialogos Radio’s broadcasts for the week of April 30-May 6, 2015:
- Dimitra Galani & Manos Loizos – I Mera Ekeini Den Tha Argisei
- Giannis Parios – To Simadi Tou Erota
- Orfeas Peridis – Fotobolida
This week on Dialogos Radio, the Dialogos Interview Series will feature an interview with Greek-American journalist, blogger, and educator Irene Archos, adjunct professor at Nassau Community College and founder of greekamericangirl.com. In this week’s interview, Archos will speak to us about her blog and how it got started, as well as about pertinent issues facing families and particularly women of the Greek diaspora, such as the pressures to marry Greek and to raise children within the Greek culture, plus the difficulties which often exist when living between two or more cultures within a community of the diaspora. Finally, Archos will also discuss the new foundation which she aims to establish, which seeks to bring together Greek women all across the globe.
In addition, we will feature our commentary of the week segment, where we will analyze the latest moves by the Greek government to move forward with more austerity measures and privatizations of key state assets. Finally, we will also feature as part of this week’s broadcast a special musical tribute to renowned Greek singer Rena Koumioti.
Hear all this and much more this week, exclusively on Dialogos Radio!
These are the songs which aired on Dialogos Radio’s broadcasts for the week of April 2-8, 2015:
- Eleftheria Arvanitaki – Erotiko
- Glykeria – I Zoi En Tafo
- Vangelis Papathansiou & Irini Papa – O Glyki Mou Er
These are the songs which aired on Dialogos Radio’s broadcasts for the week of March 26-April 1, 2015:
- Trifono – Na M’Agapas
- Haris Alexiou – Teli, Teli, Teli
- Eleni Dimou – Exousies
- Louiza Nikolaou – Vgike o Ilios
- Nikos Xylouris – Posa Xronia Disekta
- Viki Mosholiou – I Proxenitra
- Giannis Markopoulos – I Thalassa
This week on Dialogos Radio, the Dialogos Interview Series will feature an interview with renowned scholar, author, and analyst James Petras, professor emeritus of sociology at the University of Binghamton in New York. Petras is a former adviser to political leaders such as Andreas Papandreou in Greece, Salvador Allende in Chile, and Hugo Chavez in Venezuela, and in this interview, he will talk with us about his relationship with Andreas Papandreou and the reasons why he belives that the Papandreou family and PASOK destroyed Greece, as well as why he believes SYRIZA is now following in PASOK’s footsteps. In addition, Petras will analyze for us the first two months of the SYRIZA-led coalition government in Greece, and will share with us his proposals as to the policy actions he believes Greece should undertake to break free of the vicious cycle of austerity and the economic crisis.
In addition, tune in to hear our commentary of the week segment, where we will discuss the latest adverse developments and actions taken by the coalition government in Greece. On our program this week, we will also feature music especially selected for the upcoming Greek Orthodox Easter holiday.
Tune in for all this and more, this week exclusively on Dialogos Radio!
This week on Dialogos Radio, the Dialogos Interview Series will feature an extremely timely interview with political scientist and historian Éric Toussaint, senior lecturer at the University of Liege in Belgium and spokesperson for the Committee for the Abolition of Third-World Debt (CADTM). Toussaint will speak to us about his recent meetings with members of the new Greek government and the establishment of a commission to conduct an audit of Greece’s public debt, which Toussaint will be a part of. Toussaint will talk about previous debt audit commissions that he has been part of and examples from other countries which Greece could follow, and he will also discuss the potential political ramifications of this audit of Greece’s debt.
In addition to this week’s interview, we will feature our commentary of the week segment, on the issue of national independence in light of Greece’s Independence Day on March 25th, and we will also feature a special musical tribute to the life and music of renowned Greek composer Yannis Markopoulos.
Tune in for all this and much more this week, exclusively on Dialogos Radio!
Here are the songs which aired on Dialogos Radio’s broadcast for the week of March 19-25, 2015:
- Dimitra Galani – San Me Koitas
- Nikos Papazoglou – Ah Ellada
- Nikos Papazoglou – Pote Voudas Pote Koudas
This week, Dialogos Radio returns after a one-week hiatus, where this week as part of the Dialogos Interview Series we will be speaking with educator Thanasis Gounaris, who is the president of the board of the Pirate Party of Greece. Gounaris will talk about the Pirate Party in Greece and in Europe, its history, and its positions on various key issues. In addition, Gounaris will share with us his analysis regarding the new Greek coalition government and its first weeks in office. Additionally, in his role as an educator, Gounaris will discuss the problems of bullying and malnutrition that are increasingly being observed in many Greek schools, and what is being done to combat this crisis.
Along with this week’s interview, we will feature our commentary of the week segment, where we will discuss the first weeks of the new SYRIZA-Independent Greeks government, and particularly the most recent statements of Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis. In addition, we will feature a special musical tribute to renowned Greek singer and musician Nikos Papazoglou.
Hear all this and much more, this week exclusively on Dialogos Radio!
Here are the songs which aired on Dialogos Radio for the week of March 5-11, 2015:
- Xaris & Panos Katsimihas, Antonis Vardis, & Lavrentis Mahairitsas – O Logos
- Giorgos Zambetas – Malista Kyrie
- Marinella – Stalia Stalia
- Giorgos Zambetas – Hilia Peristeria
This week on Dialogos Radio, the Dialogos Interview Series will feature a timely interview with John Hilary, the executive director of London-based anti-poverty charitable organization “War on Want,” which is leading an information and awareness campaign against the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), which is currenty being negotiated in secret between the European Union and the United States. Hilary will share with us details about this proposed agreement, what it consists of, the secret negotiations that are presently in progress, and what TTIP’s adverse impacts might be on democratic governance, the economy, unemployment and job loss, and on matters ranging from food safety to the environment and climate change.
In addition to this interview, tune in this week to hear our commentary of the week segment on the latest political developments in Greece and the new SYRIZA-led coalition government, plus hear our special musical tribute to the late, great Greek composer and musician Giorgos Zambetas.
Hear all this and more this week, exclusively on Dialogos Radio!
Here are the songs which aired on Dialogos Radio for our broadcast during the week of February 26-March 4, 2015:
- Nikos Ziogalas – San Star tou Cinema
- Manolis Mitsias – Stin Elefsina Mia Fora
- Manolis Mitsias – Afta ta Heria
- Manolis Mitsias – Tragoudi Tou Paliou Kairou