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EGR European Gospel Radio

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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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Tipperary church issues coronavirus guidelines on receiving communion, offertory collection and attending funerals
Ss Peter and Paul’s church in Clonmel has issued guidelines for parishioners in the wake of the coronavirus threat. These involve receiving communion, the offertory collection and attendance at funerals. The church says – On Wednesday, the Irish Bishops issued a letter in relation to liturgical situation at this time.
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Marc Maron, Anxiety Prophet for End Times
And yet. If End Times lands aptly during a week in which more and more people are confined to their homes, newly reliant on Netflix for company, is it really surprising? Maron—acerbically cranky, perennially fretful, and, it turns out, appropriately cynical—reveals himself in the show to be something of an anxiety prophet.
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Man in court charged with the 2006 murder in Co Kilkenny
Today Martin Kelly of Church Avenue, Castlecomer, Co Kilkenny was charged with killing Gerry Nolan. He was remanded in custody to appear before Kilkenny District Court on March 16. Family members of the victim were in court for the hearing. KCLR is Kilkenny and Carlow’s favourite local radio....
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Drive, Jack Kerouac Wrote
“The social organization which is most true of itself to the artist is the boy gang,” Allen Ginsberg once observed. It’s a sentiment that Frank Sinatra would have appreciated. The time of “Howl” and “On the Road” was also the time of “Frank Sinatra Sings for Only the Lonely” and the original....
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This tiny island has 1,400 residents and no cars. But its real story lies underground
One winter night during the Middle Ages, a cyclone struck Friesland, a territory that is today in northern Holland. The natural disaster, which took tens of thousands of lives, was dubbed “St. Marcellus’ Flood.” One-hundred-and-forty-three years later, a similar storm lashed Friesland, before....
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Bulgaria and coronavirus: Some borders closed
The border crossings between Serbia and Bulgaria at Oltomantsi, Strezimirovtsi and Bregovo have been closed until further notice as a step against the spread of Covid-19 new coronavirus. Traffic to and from Serbia is being diverted to pass through the Kalotina and Vrashka border checkpoints, Bulgarian National Radio said on March 12.
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Daliso Chaponda at The Dukes in Lancaster
Former Britain’s Got Talent finalist and BBC Radio 4 star Daliso Chaponda makes his debut at The Dukes this month with his new stand-up show, Blah Blah Blacklist. Known for his forthright take on big issues, the set sees Daliso take a look at the disgraced celebrities and historical figures that we’re ashamed we once admired.
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Lifestyle Writer
THE basement night joint, Club Akiz, will tonight host a bash involving dancers and several top notch DJs who will take turns to entertain revellers. WINNERS at the just held National Arts Merit Awards (Nama) are smiling all the way to the bank after receiving their $10 000 prize money each.
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WHAT'S ON: 10 shows not to miss...
BASED on true events, Hans Fallada’s portrait of life in wartime Berlin follows a quietly courageous couple, Otto and Anna Quangel, their story now transferred to the stage by York Theatre Royal and the Royal & Derngate Northampton in Alistair Beaton’s adaptation.
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Bishop's Conference issues advice on COVID-19
The Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference have issued a series of recommendations in the context of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). The following issues were discussed during the Spring General Meeting of the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference, which concluded yesterday evening at Saint Patrick’s College, Maynooth.
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Tuam Archbishop says people should access Mass on parish radio or webcam
In relation to religious gatherings, the Archbishop of Tuam Dr Michael Neary says Masses will still be celebrated, but the advice to the public is to heed the health experts. He says people can access Mass on parish or local radio, or by using the webcam service available in many churches.
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