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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
Kazako Hails Radio Maria-Malawi For Preaching Peace, Tolerance
By Kondwani Magombo Mangochi, Mana: Minister of Information, Gospel Kazako has hailed Radio Maria-Malawi for preaching peace and tolerance over the two decades the radio has been in existence. The Minister visited the radio station in Mangochi on Saturday where he appreciated the premises, offices....
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Keeping the Great Christmas Choral Tradition Alive
Most people acknowledge that phrases like “the Christmas spirit” and “the magic of Christmas” describe real phenomena, but precisely how to define them is another matter. Perhaps we could say that a whole array of traditions creates something more meaningful than the sum of its parts.
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Protesters’ relationship with red shirts gets more complicated
December 13, 2020: Relatively old faces at anti-establishment protests are thought to be the “red shirts”, or largely-provincial supporters of Thaksin Shinawatra. The coexistence has been smooth and uncomplicated, until very recently. Some unruly behaviours at the youngster-led protests were blamed....
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Trump castigates Supreme Court, Barr as election challenges sputter
President Donald Trump lambasted the Supreme Court on Saturday for declining to take a case he hoped would overturn President-elect Joe Biden's election victory and called Attorney General William Barr a "disappointment."
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15 seniors go through ceremony
FAYETTEVILLE -- Fifteen University of Arkansas players went through a senior tribute about 20 minutes prior to kickoff of the Razorbacks' 52-3 loss to No. 1 Alabama, though it did not include the normal participation of parents and family. The Razorbacks made it special by displaying video tributes filmed by family members for the occasion.
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Trump castigates Supreme Court, Barr as election challenges sputter
President Donald Trump lambasted the Supreme Court on Saturday for declining to take a case he hoped would overturn President-elect Joe Biden's election victory and called Attorney General William Barr a "disappointment."
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Death Notices Sunday 13th December 2020
Maureen O’Malley nee O’Brien. Cleaghmore, Ballinasloe and formerly of Corkscrewhill, Co. Clare. Funeral cortege will arrive at St. Michael’s Church, Ballinasloe, tomorrow Monday for private mass for Maureen O’Malley at 2. Funeral afterwards to Creagh Cemetery. John Deely. Tralee and formerly of Ballyheigue, Co.
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A happy ending for King Lear? Trauma of plague caused Shakespeare to change play’s finale The ravages of the plague are the true source of the dark sorrow driving Shakespeare’s later work, a leading authority on the playwright has claimed – and were even
The ravages of the plague are the true source of the dark sorrow driving Shakespeare’s later work, a leading authority on the playwright has claimed – and were even behind his decision to change the traditional ending of the story for his own play. © Provided by The Guardian Photograph: Tristram Kenton/The Observer.
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Fetalvero: Advent is here
COOLER days once more signal that we have entered the advent season. Advent, from the Latin word “advenio” meaning “to come to” is the period beginning with the Sunday nearest to the feast of St. Andrew (Nov. 30) and embracing the four Sundays prior to Christmas.
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History of Buckland's, Andover's once-loved textiles store
This postcard shows the upper High Street premises of Lander Buckland and his son, Lander Stafford Buckland, around 1905.
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A happy ending for King Lear? Trauma of plague caused Shakespeare to change play’s finale
The ravages of the plague are the true source of the dark sorrow driving Shakespeare’s later work, a leading authority on the playwright has claimed – and were even behind his decision to change the traditional ending of the story for his own play. According to the artistic director of the Royal....
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