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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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Helen Reddy, the roaring sound of feminism
To some it was an anthem, to some a rallying cry and to others just a pop song, but in 1972 Helen Reddy's I Am Woman swept around the world on the global tide of feminism. Although Reddy had already had international success with her cover of I Don't Know How to Love Him (from Jesus Christ Superstar....
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Helen Reddy, the roaring sound of feminism
To some it was an anthem, to some a rallying cry and to others just a pop song, but in 1972 Helen Reddy's I Am Woman swept around the world on the global tide of feminism. Although Reddy had already had international success with her cover of I Don't Know How to Love Him (from Jesus Christ Superstar....
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Coronavirus doctor's diary: Trying out tech that may help make worship Covid-secure
A Bradford mosque is trying out new equipment designed to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Dr John Wright, of the city's Royal Infirmary, takes a look and finds out how other places of worship have been adapting to pandemic conditions. He also hears about a trial in the US to test whether prayer can help Covid patients in intensive care.
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Helen Reddy, the roaring sound of feminism
To some it was an anthem, to some a rallying cry and to others just a pop song, but in 1972 Helen Reddy's I Am Woman swept around the world on the global tide of feminism. Although Reddy had already had international success with her cover of I Don't Know How to Love Him (from Jesus Christ Superstar....
Read more...
 
Helen Reddy, the roaring sound of feminism
To some it was an anthem, to some a rallying cry and to others just a pop song, but in 1972 Helen Reddy's I Am Woman swept around the world on the global tide of feminism. Although Reddy had already had international success with her cover of I Don't Know How to Love Him (from Jesus Christ Superstar....
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It happened today – this day in history – September 30
1399: Richard II abdicates. 1520: Suleiman the Magnificent succeeds his father Selam I as Ottoman Sultan. 1544: Henry VIII pulls his armies out of France. 1555: Bishop of Oxford Nicholas Ridley is sentenced to death as a heretic. 1791: Mozart’s opera The Magic Flute premieres in Vienna. 1805: Napoleon Bonaparte’s army draws into the Rhine.
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Bluesman Bobby Rush ready to get raw Sunday at Capitol Oyster Bar
A Grammy-winning member of the Blues Hall of Fame returns Sunday to a Montgomery spot known for keeping the blues alive. “It’s going to be an acoustic show, just me and my guitar and harmonica,” said Bobby Rush, who will be at Capitol Oyster Bar at 5 p.m. “If you want to hear the blues at its rawest and at its best, come out to catch my show.
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Boo-what? Drive-thru booya brings northern Minn. community together
In some Minnesota towns, booya is as sure of a sign of fall as changing leaves and cooler temperatures. Last year, the annual booya in Hackensack, population 300, drew 200 people. But when COVID-19 hit, Hackensack’s booya makers almost canceled this year’s festival. Almost.
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NZ's last Covid cluster 'tied up', but is it enough for Auckland to move to level 1?
"The situation is looking very good for Auckland. It's looking like there'll be downward adjustments to alert levels when they're next reviewed," Wilson said. "We really are heading strongly back to the whole country being Covid-free." He said the Auckland cluster was all but wrapped up, with just one new case in the past two weeks.
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NZ's last Covid cluster 'tied up' - but is it enough for Auckland to move to level 1? 1 minute ago
New Zealand's only remaining cluster of COVID-19 cases looks to have been stamped out after having just one new case linked to it in two weeks. Its origin remains unknown, but alert level 1 beckons for Auckland. Health and data researchers say we're looking good, but level 1 should come with strings attached.
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Roger Paul Peterson Releases New Patriotic Columbus Day Song
ORLANDO, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, September 29, 2020 / EINPresswire.com / -- In what may be the first major national record release specifically designed to celebrate Columbus Day, Roger Paul Peterson is releasing “ Chris ’n Iz — A Columbus Day National Ragtime ” in time for this year’s Columbus Day, October 12, 2020.
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It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God. Matthew, 19. 24

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