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d_kakavouli

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What station should I listen to while driving around Athens?? :) Any good Greek stations that play Greek top hits would be great
 
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ellinasgolfer0320

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Top hits would be on sfera, Athens dj, and rhythmos 949...
 
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kosta_karapinotis

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MAD Radio (106.2) is the best!! They always play the top hits
 
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francescool

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You're correct, but 90% of the songs on mad radio are English songs, not Greek.
I wish they played a few more Greek songs. I like to listen to a mix. I used to watch MAD TV when I would visit Greece and that's where I would listen to a few Greek hits
 

Hash

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What station should I listen to while driving around Athens?? :) Any good Greek stations that play Greek top hits would be great
My all time favourite is Galaxy 92FM..... Have been listening to it for as long as I can remember....try it.... [Not Greek but for driving around!]>>>>>also try Derti 98.6 FM...you will be amazed!..... enjoy..
 
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kcixcy

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My all time favourite is Galaxy 92FM..... Have been listening to it for as long as I can remember....try it.... [Not Greek but for driving around!]>>>>>also try Derti 98.6 FM...you will be amazed!..... enjoy..
Derti has the best laika tunes ahahaha I love it :)
 
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k_tsoukalas

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Wow this is so fun, and such great advice! I love going to Greece and listening to the radio there.
 
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Vangelis

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Why wait until you're in Athens? Install E-Radio on your phone and listen to any Greek radio station you like! Based on the suggestions here, I'm currently listening to Derti from Melbourne, Australia. Nice suggestion by the way. Does anyone have suggestions for more alternative modern Greek music radio stations? I'm thinking something like MPLE and other alternative singers.
 
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Hash

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Kalley Mera from Thailand,
For sure many stations.... Just download Simple Music App.....so Simple to use.... Just Enjoy.....I listen to deftero 103.7fm.....my memories of listening on a small transistor radio with batteries in Mykonou ❤️❤️💕..
 
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Kalley Mera from Thailand,
For sure many stations.... Just download Simple Music App.....so Simple to use.... Just Enjoy.....I listen to deftero 103.7fm.....my memories of listening on a small transistor radio with batteries in Mykonou ❤️❤️💕..
Thanks!!!!!
 
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