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Radio stations of the world you can listen to
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Oh the wonders of the Internet!
http://radio.garden/live/toulouse/radiopresence
The green dots on this Google Earth map represent radio stations all over the world.
Click on any one of the dots and you will immediately hear that station with very good reception. There are multiple stations for many cities
For example, halfway up Ireland's east coast, there is a station playing Irish pub music.

On the west coast of Greenland in the city of Nuuk, there are 3 radio stations
Any of you who are multi-lingual will certainly enjoy
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#2
Wow! thanks Sky.

I'll put this to plenty of use. The problem with most broadcasting outlets is their optics are a large persuader, radio
broadcasting relies on convincement via good wordage.
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#3
Thanks  minusculebeercheers
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#4
Thanks!  minusculebeercheers  i like it...



I do have grundig satellite 800 also, but  not using it lately, dont have big antenna for it, which would make it much better . The internet has good signal so much better sound quality .
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#5
It dont seem to run on my PC...tryed 3 different web browsers. Earlyer today at work using tablet it worked.


Java is enabled.


Any ideas ? tinycrying tinyhuh
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#6
Thank you. I am already enjoying it in the background. It might even reignite my wanderlust.
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#7
This thing is awesome!

I used to be able to pick up Radio Havana (or la Rrrahdio Habaana Coobah" as they called it) here in the night time. I'd listen to it in the evenings for seriously slanted news of the world news from down there so I could point and laugh at the radio after I got back from Nicaragua, and later, El Salvador. My Dear Old Dad used to look at me and shake his head "You can understand that gibberin'? 'Cause it looks like you can understand that gibberin..." 'Twas his own fault for trying to teach me German and explaining that folks "out there" don't all talk like me. The German didn't take well, but when you gotta speak a different language to try to make sure your own precious body and soul stay in the same package, it provides a bit of incentive. It's kind of important to know if a particular phrase in localspeak means "stop and get on the ground!" or "stop and take off your clothes!"!

I tried the station in Nuuk, but Eskimo isn't in my repertoire.  Tuned in to a station in Scunthorpe, UK, and was horrified to hear what I thought was salsa, but which turned out to be some kind of... South African maybe?... some song about freeing Nelson Mandela. That sumbitch is already as free as he's gonna get, at least in this Mandela Effect 'Verse. Anyhow, then they moved on to 70's disco. I think that's what they call "eclectic".

Altogether, a great resource - if you can speak the language. US news is increasingly sliding off into fantasy land, and it's becoming more important to tune in to foreign news to get any "real" news. It's getting to be like the old days of the Cold War, when Radio Free America was the only real news people behind the Iron Curtain could get... but in reverse. Now foreign stations are returning that long ago favor to Communist Occupied America.

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“The nature of psychological compulsion is such that those who act under constraint remain under the impression that they are acting on their own initiative. The victim of mind-manipulation does not know that he is a victim. To him the walls of his prison are invisible, and he believes himself to be free. That he is not free is apparent only to other people.”

-Aldous Huxley

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#8
Awesomeness! Thanks a bunch.

Cool just to cruise around and click.
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#9
Thanks! Found an AM station in my area playing polka. Long time since I've heard that type of music on the radio.
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