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EGR European Gospel Radio

Worldwide on Shortwave radio, streaming and satellite

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Welcome to European Gospel Radio (EGR)!

Our mission is to spread the Gospel to the World on Shortwave, AM/Medium Wave, Satellite radio, TV and the Internet
EGR is owned and operated by NEXUS-IBA, a non profit association of broadcasters and program producers
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The Salvation Army Wants You To Believe They’ve Changed
FILE PHOTO: Salvation Army bell ringer volunteers William Schmidt (L), and his grandson Bubba Wellens (R) ring their bells watching a donation into a kettle outside a Giant grocery store November 24, 2012, in Clifton, Virgina. PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP via Getty Images AFP via Getty Images.
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Bzzzzz: Councilors love to 'peruse.' Rama's anecdote on Tomas, 'committee of a whole.' Top 10 radio commentators.
They seem to need people who care to listen that they won’t just read the document they ask for; they will read it “in a thorough or careful way.” “Peruse” (perooz) is formal language but then a legislative body is supposed to be formal although it sometimes lapses into moments when it sounds like a “barkada” session.
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COVID-19 dampens holiday cheer for small Black businesses
Founder and owner Joel Stallworth stands in his store, The Small Shop L.A., with “Lost In Los Angeles” podcast co-host and designer Chanelle Jones, in downtown Los Angeles, California, November 24, 2020. It’s been a rough year for Black-owned small businesses, and the latest surge in coronavirus....
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Where to watch your holiday favorites
KDKA-TV’s “Pittsburgh Today Live” personalities Heather Abraham and David Highfield will host a one-hour broadcast New Year’s Eve, “Highmark First Night Pittsburgh” (11 p.m. Dec. 31 on KDKA, replacing the late news). The program will feature fireworks and the raising of the Future of Pittsburgh Ball.
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‘Sore Throat,’ the Church of Scientology and the 1970 plot against the American Medical Association
Perry Mason, the pop fiction attorney of Erle Stanley Gardner’s books, radio, TV and movies, always had his PI. “Perry Mason had Paul Drake,” Bierig said, adding he had never encountered a PI at Sidley. Sidley, founded in Chicago in 1866 with Mary Todd Lincoln, President Abraham Lincoln’s widow,....
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Podcast: Working from home, QAnon spreads to France, when church and state split
Most French companies were not set up for employees to work from home, but the Covid epidemic forced the change and managers and employees have had to adapt. The American conspiracy theory QAnon has caught on with some in France looking for answers. And the history of France's 1905 law separating....
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COVID-19 dampens holiday cheer for Black small businesses in US
Black-owned small businesses in the United States are hit harder by the coronavirus pandemic
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Americans celebrate Thanksgiving under p...
Millions of Americans defied Covid-19 guidelines Thursday to spend a subdued Thanksgiving holiday with family and friends, while questions emerged over the level of protection that one potential vaccine offers. About a million people were screened at US airports each day over the last week, as many....
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Americans celebrate Thanksgiving under pall of pandemic
WASHINGTON, DC, United States (AFP) — Millions of Americans defied public health guidelines yesterday to spend a subdued Thanksgiving holiday with family and friends as novel coronavirus deaths surged worldwide. More than a million people were screened at US airports on Wednesday — the fifth....
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FA Cup: Gareth Dean tells Brackley Town players 'show what we're capable of'
Brackley captain Gareth Dean urges his team to "show the country what they're capable of" at Tranmere in the FA Cup second round.
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Winter is already a trying time for some seniors. COVID-19 will make it worse
Georgiana Del Casino has spent most of the past eight months alone inside her one-bedroom apartment in New Westminster, B.C., but the 82-year-old feels even more isolated now because a COVID-19 outbreak in her complex means she can't even visit with people down the hallway. "It's depressing," she said.
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