Here are the songs which aired on Dialogos Radio’s broadcast for the week of November 20-26, 2014:
- Imam Baildi – Pou Girizeis
- Imam Baildi – Oso Me Maloneis
- Imam Baildi – Horio Mou Horioudaki
- Imam Baildi – I Polis
- Glykeria – O Monahos O Anthropos
- Stavros Logaridis – Taxidi
- Alkistis Protopsalti – Trava Skandali
- Nikos Portokaloglou – Eida ta Matia Sou
No Voice of Greece? No problem! Dialogos Radio is excited to announce that its English-language broadcasts are now available practically worldwide via shortwave radio! Picking up where the Voice of Greece left off when it was shut down by the incompetent, criminal Greek government, Dialogos Radio’s weekly broadcasts are being aired on a trial basis on Thursday evenings at 21:00 UTC (23:00 Greek time, 16:00 Eastern time) on Global24 Radio.
Hear Global24 on 9395 kHz (31m) worldwide, or listen live online. Global24 becomes the 17th station in the ever-expanding Dialogos Radio broadcast network.
We’ve already received our first reception report all the way from Thessaloniki, Greece, and look forward to welcoming our new worldwide audience! Dialogos Radio: the ONLY Greek radio program broadcasting worldwide…even on the high seas!
Our recent radio interview with esteemed economist Mark Blyth of Brown University, author of “Austerity: The History of a Dangerous Idea,” has recently been published in Truthout! In this interview, Blyth talks about the long and catastrophic history of economic austerity policies, how they have failed wherever they have been implemented, and why they are the wrong solution for Greece and for Europe at this time.
Read this interesting and enlightening interview by clicking here!
We are excited to announce that Dialogos Radio’s recent interview with globally-renowned scholar, professor, and author Henry Giroux has been published, with a Greek-language translation, in Greece’s Hot Doc magazine!
In this interview, Giroux talks about the rising influence of neoliberalism across the world, and how it has negatively impacted politics, the global economy, society, and education.
Find Hot Doc magazine at newstands and kiosks all throughout Greece for the next two weeks, or purchase an electronic copy of the magazine simply by clicking here!
Here are the songs which aired on Dialogos Radio’s broadcast for the week of November 13-20, 2014:
- Hristos Thivaios – Poso Poli Se Agapisa
- Haris & Panos Katsimihas – Mi Girisis
- Giannis Kotsiras – Tha Rotiso ta Tragoudia
- Dimitra Galani – Mi Mou Milas gia Agapi
- Dimitra Galani – Atomiki Mou Energeia
- Dimitra Galani, Dimitris Mitropanos & Dimitris Moutsis – De Les Kouventa
This week on Dialogos Radio, join us for an exclusive special broadcast featuring the music of well-known Greek band Imam Baildi. This broadcast will feature music from the band’s latest album, titled “Tria,” as well as an interview, as part of the Dialogos Interview Series, with Imam Baildi’s co-founder, Lysandros Falireas, who will talk about the band and its latest endeavors, the band’s recent European and North American tours, their latest album, their inspirations and musical influences, future plans, and a special announcement that is of particular interest to our listeners, and to Imam Baildi’s fans, in North America!
Additionally, by making your contribution to Dialogos Radio’s ongoing fall fund drive, you have the option of selecting a digital download of Imam Baildi’s latest album as your gift from us, in exchange for your donation!
Tune in for this special broadcast and interview, plus our commentary of the week segment, this week exclusively on Dialogos Radio!
This week on Dialogos Radio, the Dialogos Interview Series will feature an interview with renowned journalist, author, and documentary filmmaker Aris Hatzistefanou. In this timely interview, Hatzistefanou will discuss his recent journalistic mission to the Ukraine and to Donetsk, the latest geopolitical developments in the Middle East and the Eastern Mediterranean, the decline in freedom of the press in Greece in recent years, and his latest documentary work, tiled Fascism, Inc., plus his current and ongoing projects. This is an excellent and informative interview covering a wealth of topics, that you will not want to miss.
In addition to this week’s interview, hear our commentary of the week segment, plus our special musical tribute to Dimitra Galani, one of the foremost names in modern Greek music. All this plus much more, this week exclusively on Dialogos Radio!
These are the songs which aired on Dialogos Radio’s broadcasts for the week of November 6-13, 2014:
- Eleni Tsaligopoulou – Min Perimenis Pia
- Orfeas Peridis – Giati Poli Se Agapisa
- Nikos Papazoglou – Pos Mboro Na Xehaso
- Maria Dimitriadi – Isouna Feggari
- Giannis Poulopoulos – Tragoudia sta Damaria
- Giorgos Dalaras – Edo to Fos
- Antonis Kalogiannis & Giannis Dimitras – Den Klaio
Unfortunately, in recent weeks, there have been several instances where Dialogos Radio did not air as scheduled on several of the radio stations which comprise our 15-station broadcast nework, either on the air or on their online streams. We are aware of the issue, and we are doing everything possible to ensure that Dialogos Radio is heard across the entire network each week, on time and as scheduled, without any problems. Unfortunately though, this is not always possible. The radio stations which make up our network are, for the most part, small, non-commercial or volunteer-run or community-based stations, with small staffs and budgets. These stations often encounter technical problems of their own, as well as human error and other issues. Unfortunately, from our end, there is not a whole lot that we can do about such problems when they arise. From the moment we send our recorded programming to each station in our network to air, it’s completely out of our hands and we can’t predict or prevent issues which each individual station may encounter.
For those listeners who may have missed one or more of our recent shows, there are always alternatives: you can tune to one of the other stations in our broadcast network (the full lineup is available at dialogosmedia.org), you can hear our broadcasts daily on our online station Dialogos Radio 24/7, or you can hear our programming on-demand direct from our archives, at http://dialogosmedia.org/?page_id=19. Whatever happens, we will ensure that there will always be multiple ways to tune in to our broadcasts.
The transcript of Dialogos Radio’s interview with New York Times bestselling author and investigative journalist (BBC, The Guardian, Al-Jazeera America) Greg Palast. This interview aired on our broadcasts for the week of October 30-November 6, 2014. Find the podcast of this interview here.
MN: Joining us today on Dialogos Radio and the Dialogos Interview Series is one of our regular and most prominent guests, the New York Times bestselling author and investigative journalist with such outlets as the BBC and The Guardian, Greg Palast. Greg is the author such books as “Vulture’s Picnic,” “Armed Madhouse,” “Billionaires and Ballot Bandits,” and “The Best Democracy Money Can Buy.” Greg, welcome back to our program…we are glad to have you back on, especially after some health challenges that you had been facing recently.
Dialogos Radio’s recently radio interview with economist and professor Albrecht Ritschl of the London School of Economics, on the topic of Germany’s unpaid war debts and reparations towards Greece from World War II, was published today by Truthout. Check out the article here.
This week on Dialogos Radio, the Dialogos Interview Series will feature an informative and timely interview with economist and professor Stergios Skaperdas of the University of California-Irvine. In this interview, Skaperdas will share with us his analysis of the current economic situation in Greece, about the economic policies which the current government along with the IMF and the European Union are continuing to enforce in Greece, about the recent economic proposals put forth by main opposition party Syriza, and finally, Skaperdas will provide us with his policy proposals and recommendations as to what he believes Greece should do to emerge from the crisis. This is a highly detailed inteview which you will not want to miss!
In addition to this week’s interview, we will also feature a special segment with music that is derived from the poetry of renowned Greek poet Yiannis Ritsos, as well as our commentary of the week segment. Hear all this, plus some great Greek music, this week only on Dialogos Radio!
Here are the songs which aired on Dialogos Radio’s broadcast for the week of October 30-November 5, 2014:
- Stamatis Kraounakis – Kokkina Gualia
- Haris Alexiou – Ena Fili
- Kostas Makedonas – Pare Me
- Grigoris Bithikotsis – Tis Dikaiosynis Ilie Noite
- Maria Farantouri – Tou Mikrou Voria
- Fotini Darra – Tis Agapis Aimata