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How You Can Access CEU Medieval Radio in the Future

From October 15, 2013 CEU Medieval Radio will be transmitting from another server than before. The radio will be accessible through our website, but if you're listening to us on another platform, you might need to change your settings to continue enjoying the programme. If you listen to CEU Medieval Radio through Reciva, Delicast, TuneIn… Continue reading How You Can Access CEU Medieval Radio in the Future

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CEU Medieval Radio Receives More Publicity

A feature article about CEU Medieval Radio has been posted on Central European University's main webstie http://www.ceu.hu. It is an unlikely coincidence that the article is placed right next to a news piece about Natalie Zemon Davis, our interview with whom we have just made available in podcast, receiving the U.S. National Humanities Medal from… Continue reading CEU Medieval Radio Receives More Publicity

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Belinda Sykes and Joglaresa on the Stream

Two recent CD donations from Belinda Sykes, the director of early music band Joglaresa, have instantly become the radio team's favourites. Dancing in Tetu├ín and Douce Dame Debonaire  are two little gems in the early music scene, which have now been added to the stream. Thanks to the generosity of our listeners, CEU Medieval Radio… Continue reading Belinda Sykes and Joglaresa on the Stream

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More Madrigals on the Stream

Upon the request of some of our listeners, the Hilliard Ensemble's album entitled English and Italian Renaissance Madrigals (Virgin Veritas, 1999) has been added to the stream. Recently some of CEU Medieval Radio's listeners have requested more madrigals on the stream on our Facebook fan site. To satisfy this request, CEU Medieval Radio's music editor… Continue reading More Madrigals on the Stream