Israel Radio's daily foreign news and current affairs program will move from the afternoon slot to the 7 p.m. slot.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Israel Radio's Reshet Bet is changing focus and is moving its daily foreign news and current affairs program from the afternoon slot that it has occupied for decades to the 7 p.m. slot.
The 3 p.m. slot being vacated by Oren Nahari, who presents the foreign affairs program, will be taken over by Anat Dolev, who will host a new program called At 3. It will be similar to the programs she hosts on Fridays, while Israel Radio waits for Yehoram Gaon to return to the microphone.
Dolev likes to include a mix of philosophy, religion, lifestyle, literature, history, new trends, coaching, mysticism, health and a soft approach to current affairs.
Each program will also feature a female guest who will be given a platform for her own agenda.
On Thursdays, the program will include a roundup of the week's events. The new program goes to air on Sunday. â€¢ Greer Fay Cashman
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