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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
Christianity
Love of country
It has its deep roots sunk many years ago. For me, it was when we kicked out a homegrown dictator on Feb. 27, 1986. Millions massed on an avenue that would later spawn malls and mega-malls. But during those days, it was just an avenue that linked the metropolis from north to south, suddenly becoming a symbol for a revolution powered by the people.
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The Latest: Clemson to remove name of pro-slavery politician
— Richmond temporarily removes vandalized statue honoring police. — Statues boarded up in London ahead of anti-racism and far-right protests. COLUMBIA, S.C. — Clemson University trustees voted Friday to rename the school’s honors college, stripping off the name of former vice president and slavery proponent John C.
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The Latest: Clemson to remove name of pro-slavery politician
— Richmond temporarily removes vandalized statue honoring police. — Statues boarded up in London ahead of anti-racism and far-right protests. COLUMBIA, S.C. — Clemson University trustees voted Friday to rename the school’s honors college, stripping off the name of former vice president and slavery proponent John C.
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The Latest: Clemson to remove name of pro-slavery politician
— Australian PM Scott Morrison apologizes for slavery comment. — Richmond temporarily removes vandalized statue honoring police. — Statues boarded up in London ahead of anti-racism and far-right protests. COLUMBIA, S.C. — Clemson University trustees voted Friday to rename the school’s honors....
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Opinion 43 mins ago An AM radio story The real O’ Neal There’s a saying that ex-DJs don’t die, they just find a different way to use their voice. But, some DJs relent and...
The real O’ Neal There’s a saying that ex-DJs don’t die, they just find a different way to use their voice. But, some DJs relent and continue to do what they do best, like Danee Samonte. At 12, he already dreamed of being a DJ at 12. He’s been at it since he was 14, starting in radio (pro bono) at....
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The Latest: Clemson to remove name of pro-slavery politician
COLUMBIA, S.C. - Clemson University trustees voted Friday to rename the school’s honors college, stripping off the name of former vice president and slavery proponent John C. Calhoun. The university’s board also publicly requested permission from the state legislature to change the name of Tillman Hall back to its original name, the Main building.
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'Gospel Grace' radio announcer fatally shot in Baltimore
Tyra Womack was pronounced dead by medical personnel Wednesday night after police responded to a call about the shooting at her home in the Lauraville neighborhood of the city, news outlets reported. Womack, who also went by Tyra Phillips professionally, was an announcer on WEAA-FM’s “Gospel Grace”....
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The Latest: Australia PM apologizes for slavery comment
— Richmond temporarily removes vandalized statue honoring police. — Statues boarded up in London ahead of anti-racism and far-right protests. COLUMBIA, S.C. — Clemson University trustees voted Friday to rename the school’s honors college, stripping off the name of former vice president and slavery proponent John C.
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'Gospel Grace' radio announcer fatally shot in Baltimore
Tyra Womack was pronounced dead by medical personnel Wednesday night after police responded to a call about the shooting at her home in the Lauraville neighborhood of the city, news outlets reported. Womack, who also went by Tyra Phillips professionally, was an announcer on WEAA-FM’s “Gospel Grace”....
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The Latest: Clemson to remove name of pro-slavery politician
TOP OF THE HOUR: — Clemson U. to strip name of pro-slavery vice president from honors college. — Australian PM Scott Morrison apologizes for slavery comment. — Richmond temporarily removes vandalized statue honoring police. — Statues boarded up in London ahead of anti-racism and far-right protests. COLUMBIA, S.
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The Latest: Australia PM apologizes for slavery comment
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Clemson University trustees voted Friday to rename the school’s honors college, stripping off the name of former vice president and slavery proponent John C. Calhoun. The university’s board also publicly requested permission from the state legislature to change the name of Tillman Hall back to its original name, the Main building.
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