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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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How John Hersey Exposed the Human Face of Nuclear War: Lesley Blume on Her New Book "Fallout: The Hiroshima Cover-Up and The Reporter Who Revealed It to The World"
, was a New York Times bestseller, and she has written several other nonfiction books and books for children. Ms. Blume has also worked as a newspaper journalist and as a reporter-researcher for ABC News. And she has a lifelong interest in history. She earned a B.A.
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OMOYE UZAMERE: I was excited directing my teachers, Olu and Joke Jacobs
Omoye Uzamere is an actor, producer and director. In this interview with Yetunde Oladeinde , she takes you into her world, projects, mentors, inspiration and joining a drama group in the university as a Law student. How did you get into acting? I was always acting… Some of my earliest memories are....
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BENEE and The Beths win big at the Aotearoa Music Awards
For the second year running, Kiwi pop juggernaut BENEE has taken home four Tui at the Aotearoa Music Awards. Auckland power pop quartet The Beths have won three awards, including the coveted Album of the Year.
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Small Axe’s John Boyega reveals racist abuse scenes left him ‘so fuming’ he can’t remember filming them
, 28, plays real-life police officer Leroy Logan in the third episode of the series titled “Red, White and Blue”. Leroy in real life, who was an anti-racism reformer in the 1980s, who served as a member of the police force for 30 years. He endeavoured to change racial attitudes and eradicate racism....
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Coronavirus: Police halt lockdown-breaking baptism in London A baptism service attended by some 30 people in north London was stopped by police for breaching coronavirus lockdown restrictions. Metropolitan Police officers halted the indoor service at The
A baptism service attended by some 30 people in north London was stopped by police for breaching lockdown restrictions. © Provided by The Independent. officers halted the indoor service at The Angel Church in Clerkenwell and after a discussion, the church’s pastor agreed to hold “a brief....
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The 75 Bristol legends from the past 1,000 years
Bristol is a city of legends. Sounds silly to say it, but it's true. This is the city that gave the world the people that gave the world everything from radar to the chocolate bar, Ribena to lead shot. And it's also provided some of the most famous musicians, singers, writers and activists over the years.
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Media Praise Joe Biden’s ‘Solid Catholic Faith’
Mainstream media are bending over backwards to portray Joe Biden as a faithful Catholic in good standing in the hope that his flouting of basic Church teaching won’t spoil his relationship with Catholic leadership.
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Aotearoa Music Awards: The Beths win top album and best group awards, while Benee wins best single
He mea nui te whakahou i ngā wāhanga tohu kia hāngai ngā whakaritenga, nā, kua hua mai he tohu hou i tēnei tau, ko Te Tui Mana Reo a Te Māngai Pāho e whakamihi ana i ngā kōpae waiata, kōpae waiata takitahi rānei e 50% te rahi o tōna reo Māori. I tukuna atu ki a Mōhau, te rōpū autaia e hao ai a Ria....
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Zimbabwean teen Blessing Chitapa crowned winner of The Voice UK
Chitapa who was mentored by Olly Murs wowed judges throughout the contest and has been dubbed, “pocket performer with one mighty voice.” The teenager, who lives in Dudley in the West Midlands, sang Robbie Williams’ “Angels” and James Bay’s “Hold Back The River” in the final. The latter song was a duet with her mentor Olly Murs.
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Police block church doors after pastor vows to hold service in defiance of lockdown rules
Police were forced to block the entrance of a church after a pastor vowed to hold Sunday service in defiance of lockdown rules because he "serves a greater good". Lead pastor Regan King, 28, had vowed to hold a full indoor church service at The Angel in north London during an interview with BBC Radio 4 yesterday [sunday] morning.
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Veteran UK Jewish entertainer Des O’Connor dies at 86
“Unfortunately yesterday evening his condition suddenly deteriorated and he drifted peacefully away in his sleep.” O’Connor presented his own prime-time TV shows for over 45 years. He was known for shows like Today With Des And Mel and Des O’Connor Tonight. His agent said: “Des, who was 88, was so well loved by absolutely everyone.
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