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Dozens of international students present unique shows in English through the IDC radio station.

By BENJAMIN SPIER
June 14, 2011 02:01

 
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Hallah Back is one of the only radio shows broadcasting in English on Israeli radio airwaves. It is part of a lineup of English language shows that broadcast every Saturday on IDC Radio.




'International Saturday' is the name of the lineup of 13 shows representing students from around the world, who are studying at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herziliyah. In addition to their radio broadcast, the shows are available on IDC Radio’s website, and every program is available for download. The station reported that the international shows receive thousands of listeners.




Radio IDC can be heard online at http://1064fm.co.il/en/.

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