Clandestine Radio

Friday, June 20, 2003

Radio stations with a political agenda are virtually as old the medium itself. Throughout the 20th century, these gadfly stations have irritated governments of the nations that receive their signals. Recently, more and more underground radio stations have begun operating above ground. Brooke talks with Nick Grace, Managing Editor of, about the range and influence of clandestine radio stations worldwide.

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