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The Program of ChiosRadio

  • Anaesthesia

    Sometimes I hear a word in English or German and I instantly wonder where it’s coming from. The same happened when I heard the word “anaesthesia”. Sounds super Greek doesn’t it?

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  • Leo Bowers

    “I do the music thing and I like doing it. I just do it in a way I'm comfortable with. If you like what you hear I'm glad and thankful. It's good to know that someone is listening because truthfully you're the ones I do it for and for whom it is designed.”

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  • Beer

    Everybody knows this drink (famous in all the world) so there is no need to describe it! But surprise! Greece has a long tradition since V century B.c, infact every greek island owns a brewery. You can find some famous beer like: Fix Hellas, Alpha, Mythos and so on.

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Chios and its Culture

  • Zigzag through the Bitter Orange Trees

    The winter has begun and when outside there is bad weather and the television transmitting always the same programs I like to spend my time reading a book.
    So for the lovers of the literature I suggest to read “Zigzag through the Bitter Orange Trees” one of the best novels of the past ten years, written by Ersi Sotiropulos.

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  • Mediterraneo

    „Best Foreign Language Film” in 1991. The film is set during World War II(in this war there were two factions. The Allies: United states, China,France ,UK and the Axis :Italy,Germany and Japan. ), and is about a group of Italian soldiers who are stranded on a Greek island and left behind by the war. The filming location was the Greek island Kastellorizio in the Dodecanese island complex.

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  • Wildcat under the glass

    Today I would like to talk to you again about Greek literature.
    The book I would like to introduce to you today is called “Το Καπλάνι της Βιτρινας” or in English “Wildcat under the glass” by Alki Zei.
    The story takes place in the year 1936 in the village Malagari on Samos with the siblings Melia and Mirto as the two protagonists.
    Through the story we often find the phrase “Efpo? Lipo?” being asked between the siblings at night, being a sign for each other that they can talk about happenings and their feelings through the day.

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