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EGR European Gospel Radio

Worldwide on Shortwave radio, streaming and satellite

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Welcome to the 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

Christianity

The moving stories of nine incredibly brave Somerset war heroes

At 11am on Monday, November 11, people across the country will take a moment to remember those who lost their lives fighting for their country. Tens of thousands of people from Somerset , many of whom did not return home, have served across the world. From spying on the Nazis to fighting on the....
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War of the World's 'narrator' given name and loveless marriage backstory, in 'woke' BBC adaption

I n 1938 when The War of the Worlds was broadcast on the radio, a wave of hysteria gripped listeners. Church services were interrupted, traffic came to a standstill and adults, believing they had heard invading Martians, required medical treatment for shock. The latest adaptation of H. G.
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Doorstop at Kawana Fire and Rescue, Marcoola Queensland

Deb Frecklington: Yeah, sure. Thank you, Andrew. And can I as well just thank the Deputy Prime Minister, Michael McCormack, and the Emergency Services Federal Minister and local members for everything that they are doing and thank you for being here in Queensland on the Sunshine Coast.
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CBD Melbourne: No, no and no again, insists Davis

Liberal upper house MP David Davis knew he wouldn’t get off lightly when he found out radio grandee Neil Mitchell would be joining him on JoyFM on Saturday morning. And, presumably his leader’s office felt the same way, considering it sent along media advisor Simon Watson to accompany the veteran on the usually casual morning radio slot.
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Parolee fatally shot teen lover’s uncle after tying her up during sex: prosecutors

Bail was denied Sunday for a parolee accused of fatally shooting a 66-year-old man last week after tying up his teenage niece during a sexual “role-play scenario” at the victim’s Burnside home. Kenneth Malone, 25, of Roseland, stood stoically as Judge Charles Beach referred to him as a danger to the....
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Bolivia's president Evo Morales wants new election among calls for him to resign

Nov. 10 (UPI) -- Bolivian president Evo Morales said Sunday he plans to call for fresh elections "to preserve the new Bolivia, life and democracy" amid allegations of voting irregularities. At least three people have died and more than 300 people have been injured in clashes between anti-government....
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CBD Melbourne: No, no and no again, insists Davis

Liberal upper house MP David Davis knew he wouldn’t get off lightly when he found out radio grandee Neil Mitchell would be joining him on JoyFM on Saturday morning. And, presumably his leader’s office felt the same way, considering it sent along media advisor Simon Watson to accompany the veteran on the usually casual morning radio slot.
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WWII conscientious objector kept his view secret for 64 years

Gordon Toombs kept it a secret for 64 years that he was a conscientious objector during the Second World War. Now, at 99-years-old, he's opening up about his experience in his book, L74298 Toombs was a 21-year-old in training for the ministry of the United Church, attending the University of Saskatchewan during the war.
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Archbishop of Dublin’s criticisms of Maynooth ‘hard to hear’

It is said that (mad) King George III remarked, on the opening in 1795 of St Patrick’s College, Maynooth (“a popish college”), that the event grieved him far more than losing the American colonies 20 years beforehand. As the college, once the largest seminary in the world, prepares for its 225th....
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Tributes were also made around the county in towns and villages

Honouring fallen soldiers, a legion of remembrance services were held around Leicestershire today. In the city, thousands of people gathered At De Montfort Hall where a parade marched from Centenary Walk to the Arch of Remembrance in Victoria Park. The parade set off at 10.
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Retired priest wants to change date of Remembrance Day Retired priest the Rev Colin Johnson told a congregation today that Remembrance Day should move to June. Here's why...

Retired priest the Rev Colin Johnson has called for Remembrance Day to be moved to his birthday in June. He shocked a packed congregation at Holy Trinity Church, Sheerness , as part of today's Remembrance Sunday service. Town chaplain the Rev Jeanette McLaren and the Rev Colin Johnson at Sheerness war memorial with cadet Callum Spandley.
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