News – 16 Mar, 2009
Right wing extremist , Antonios Androutsopoulos, had his jail term for the attempted murder of Dimitris Kousouris reduced on appeal.
A fuel smuggling ring in Aspropirgos, west of Athens, was caught by police.
Extremist group Revolutionary Struggle vow to continue their public bombing campaign in a proclamation published in Greek weekly newspaper, To Pontiki
The Greek Government denies that President Obama’s impending trip to Turkey is a snub.
The European Parliament passed a resolution urging Turkey to reach a comprehensive settlement on Cyprus on the basis of the resolutions of the United Nations Security Council.
A survey found that television in Greece is still by far the most popular medium for news but the Internet is catching up fast.
Features – 16 Mar, 2009
Professor Paul Cartledge explores the story of Hypatia, a fourth century mathematician and philosopher.
George Lekakis talks about 2009 Cultural Diversity Week.
Dialogue – 16 Mar, 2009
State Liberal MP, Nick Kotsiras, draws on his own experience as a migrant to make the case for multiculturalism.
Theo Giantsos responds to the recent attack on the Greek bus in FYROM by making the case for why a resolution of the ‘naming issue’ is required.