Magdalini Varoucha

Features

Sfyria, the whistled language of Greece

Nestled in the mountains in the south of the Greek island of Evia, the small, remote village of Antia is known for its unique whistled language, used for centuries by …

Features

Beyond archaeology and tourism: A new image for Greece, in the post-pandemic world?

Greece has long been identified as synonymous with unique archaeological sites and beautiful summers, yet maybe the country has more to think about while trying to build a new image …

Life

A brief history of radio in Greece, and a museum in the Peloponnese

The invention of the radio was the result of a long series of technological breakthroughs that began with the discovery of electromagnetic energy and the invention of telegraphy. It was …

Life

Manos Hadjidakis: The grand poet of Greek music

Manos Hadjidakis (1925-1994) has left his mark on contemporary music in Greece and abroad. Bringing together different styles – from classical to folk and rock – he is remembered as …