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There's a website "Radio Garden" where every radio station in the world is displayed on a map. Each station is represented by a blue dot. You can move the selector button over the blue dot and hear what's being broadcast everywhere. I think it's fascinating. I was surprised to see how much music and general stuff is in English. Not the DJs, but the songs. Also, in widely separated locations, one in S. America and the other in the Netherlands, IIRC, where they was a commercial for Schlotzsky's (SP) in American English. It's a good way to pass time, even if you don't understand what the DJs are saying.
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Down here we have a great, even for international standards, rock radio: 99.1 FM or "Double Nine" as they call themselves. They advertise that "they'll never be the N° 1 radio.....NEVER", and in their online transmission they have among others a very nice "Classics" selection from the '60s to the '80s.
Radio Sfakia in Xora Sfakion (Kriti). I'm sure there are plenty of others just as good, but this was the first one I found playing Demotika and other traditional Greek music.
Thank you, Zorba. Now I'll be streaming Polish Polka Punk Rock.