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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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‘Donna Summer Musical’ can’t hold a candle to the titular superstar
At least four times during “Summer: The Donna Summer,” the titular powerhouse commands that she wants to be known as more than the planet’s Disco Queen. Yes, she was synonymous with the glory days of New York’s Studio 54, where the gender spectrum was in full rainbow flourish generations before “spectrum” was used to describe gender.
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China virus death toll nears 1,400, six health workers among victims
Beijing (AFP) - The death toll from China's virus epidemic neared 1,400 on Friday with six medical workers among the victims, underscoring the country's struggle to contain a deepening health crisis. Nearly 64,000 people are now recorded as having fallen ill from the virus in China, with officials....
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Panicked Over Sanders, Elites Turn to … Bloomberg?
Michael Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York and Democratic presidential candidate, is having a moment. After polling at only a few single digits last year, he is now emerging as a top-tier candidate, pushing past former Vice President Joe Biden to claim a spot far closer to the top of the polls.
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Mugabe's legacy and Shona triumphalism: Zimbabwe's case for a two-state solution
ZIMBABWE, which was called Rhodesia before its attainment of independence in 1980, is a former British colony. Although there are over ten tribes that inhabit the country, Zimbabwe can neatly be divided into two nations; the Shona (75 percent) and Mthwakazi, also known as Matabele, (25 percent). Each ethnic group has further sub-divisions.
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Gerald Carpenter: Egle Januleviciute to Play Mozart, Bach and Liszt
The remarkable pianist Egle Januleviciute who was born and raised in Lithuania, but who has been enriching our local musical culture for some time now will play a recital at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 16, at the First United Methodist Church, 305 East Anapamu St. On this occasion, Egle will play Wolfgang Mozart 's "Piano Sonata No.
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Senators disagree with Limbaugh's remarks on Buttigieg
Limbaugh's comments came eight days after President Trump bestowed the nation's top civilian honor, the , during the State of the Union address. Mr. Trump said Limbaugh inspires millions of people daily and thanked him for "decades of tireless devotion to our country.
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Bishop Willie Walsh: ‘To me the Harty players were giants of men’
“I’ve always taken a special interest in the Harty teams and always to get to the matches,” he continues from his own personal journey and relationship with team and college that’s been running for over 70 years now. “I missed the semi-final recently against Templemore,” he admits, “but at the....
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VIOLENT MOB Christians abducted and beaten at refugee camp for Muslim Rohingya AN angry mob attacked a group of Christians at Cox's Bazaar camp in Bangladesh. Pastor Taher and his 14-year-old daughter are among those missing after the violent crowd descen
CHRISTIANS were abducted and attacked by an angry mob at a Bangladesh refugee camp predominantly housing Muslim Rohingya. A pastor, named Taher, and his 14-year-old daughter were among those beaten and taken away by the angry mob on January 27. A Christian pastor, named Taher, and his 14-year-old....
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Bishop Willie Walsh: ‘To me the Harty players were giants of men’
“I’ve always taken a special interest in the Harty teams and always to get to the matches,” he continues from his own personal journey and relationship with team and college that’s been running for over 70 years now. “I missed the semi-final recently against Templemore,” he admits, “but at the....
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Sir Des Britten - the 'people's priest' - dies
Sir Desmond (Des) John Britten: Anglican priest, restaurateur, television chef, author; b December 27, 1939; d February 13, 2020. Charismatic restaurateur, TV cooking personality, disc jockey – Father Des Britten did it all over his long and illustrious career. But it was his work with the church and its flock that defined him.
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The 901: Beale, WDIA radio station are symbols of Memphis' past and future
Good Valentine's Day morning from Memphis, where the smell of love — or is that Freddy's Frozen Custard & Steakburgers? — is in the air. But first... The U.S. Civil Rights Trail yesterday added two new stops in Downtown Memphis , drawing a crowd of dignitaries for the unveiling, including Tennessee Gov.
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