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  • There’s Music in the Kitchen – chosen by YOU! (The 14th in many to come!)
    This week on The Sound Kitchen, a special treat: RFI English listeners’ musical requests. Just click on the “Audio” arrow above and enjoy! Hello everyone! Welcome to The Sound Kitchen weekly podcast, published every Saturday. This week, you’ll hear musical requests from your fellow listeners Jayanta Chakrabarty from New Delhi, India, Sultan Mahmud from Naogaon, Bangladesh, and Fred Waterer from St Catherine, Ontario, in Canada. Be sure you send in your music requests! Write to me at [email protected] Here’s the music you heard on this week’s program: "Je suis Greque" by Joe Dassin, Richelle Dassin, and Pierre Delanoë, sung by Melina Mercouri; "They Don’t Care About Us" by Michael Jackson, and "Le temps passe" by Stomy Bugsy and Doc Gyneco, performed by Johnny Hallyday, Stomy Bugsy, Doc Gyneco, and Passi.
    1/15/2022
    16:43
  • Have you lost your marbles? Gambians certainly haven’t.
    This week on The Sound Kitchen you’ll hear the answer to the question about the mysterious sound recorded by RFI English journalist Laura Angela Bagnetto. You’ll learn about a young man’s effort to reduce de-deforestation in Sierra Leone, hear some great Music from Erwan, and of course, there's the new quiz question. Just click on the “Audio” arrow above and enjoy!  Hello everyone! Welcome to The Sound Kitchen weekly podcast, published every Saturday – here on our website, or wherever you get your podcasts. You’ll hear the winners' names announced and the week’s quiz question, along with all the other ingredients you’ve grown accustomed to: your letters and essays, “On This Day”, quirky facts and news, interviews, and great music … so be sure and listen every week. I am busy cooking up special shows with your musical requests, so get them in! Send your musical requests to [email protected] Tell us why you like the piece of music, too – it makes it more interesting for us all! Be sure you check out our wonderful podcasts! In addition to the breaking news articles on our site, rfienglish.com, with in-depth analysis of current affairs in France and across the globe, we have several podcasts which will leave you hungry for more. There’s Paris Perspective, Africa Calling, Spotlight on France, and of course, The Sound Kitchen. We have a bilingual series – an old-time radio show, with actors (!) to help you learn French, called Les voisins du 12 bis. And there is the excellent International Report, too. As you see, sound is still part of the RFI English service! Keep checking our website for updates on the latest from our excellent staff of journalists. To listen to our podcasts from your PC, go to our website and click on the three horizontal bars on the top right, choose "Listen to RFI / Podcasts", and you’ve got ‘em! You can either listen directly or subscribe and receive them directly on your mobile phone. To listen to our podcasts from your mobile phone, slide through the tabs just under the lead article (the first tab is “Headline News”) until you see “Podcasts”, and choose your show.  Teachers, take note! I save postcards and stamps from all over the world to send to you for your students. If you would like stamps and postcards for your students, just write and let me know. The address is [email protected]   If you would like to donate stamps and postcards, feel free! Our address is listed below.  Another idea for your students: my beloved music teacher from St Edward’s University in Austin, Texas, Br Gerald Muller, has been writing books for young adults in his retirement – and they are free! There is a volume of biographies of painters and musicians called Gentle Giants, and an excellent biography of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. They are also a good way to help you improve your English - that’s how I worked on my French, reading books which were meant for young readers – and I guarantee you, it’s a good method for improving your language skills. To get Br. Gerald’s free books, click here. RFI Clubs: Be sure to always include Audrey Iattoni ([email protected]) from our Listener Relations department in all your RFI Club correspondence. Remember to copy me ([email protected]) when you write to her so that I know what is going on, too. N.B.: You do not need to send her your quiz answers! Email overload! And don't forget, there is a Facebook page just for you, the RFI English Clubs. Only members of RFI English Clubs can belong to this group page, so when you apply to join, be sure you include the name of your RFI Club and your membership number. Everyone can look at it, but only members of the group can post on it. If you haven’t yet asked to join the group, and you are a member of an independent, officially recognised RFI English Club, go to the Facebook link above and fill out the questionnaire!!!!! (if you do not answer the questions, I click “decline”). There’s a Facebook page for members of the general RFI Listeners Club, too. Just click on the link and fill out the questionnaire, and you can connect with your fellow Club members around the world. Be sure you include your RFI Listeners Club membership number (most of them begin with an A, followed by a number) in the questionnaire, or I will have to click “Decline”, which I don’t like to do! This week’s quiz: On 11 December, I played some sounds for you which my friend and colleague Laura Angela Bagnetto recorded for me when she was in The Gambia, covering their presidential elections in early December. I asked you to identify the sound. The answer is: Marbles! It’s the rather ingenious way Gambians vote, and have, since 1947, as Laura Angela wrote in her article “Gambians keep their marbles as they head to the polls for crucial elections”. As Pa Makan Khan, The Gambia’s Independent Electoral Commission public relations director explained to Laura Angela: “The marble is a small crystal that is dropped into a hole of the ballot drum, and the bell inside the drum will ring to say you have voted.” End quote. However, this may be the last time marbles will be used to cast votes; it seems paper ballots are on their way in. Khan told Laura Angela that “the system was effective when few candidates ran for office, but with the advent of democracy in the Gambia, more candidates means more voting drums, so the logistics become even more complicated.” The winners are: Mrs. Nafisa Khatun, the president of the RFI Mahila Shrota Sangha Club in Hariharpara, West Bengal, India, and RFI Club members Ms. Dipita Chakrabarty from New Delhi, India, Mr. Samir Mukhopadhyay from Kolkat, India; Helmut Matt from Herbolzheim, Germany, and faithful listener Zenon Teles, the president of the Christian- Marxist – Leninist - Maoist Association of Listening DX-ers in Goa, India. Congratulations winners! Here’s the music you heard on this week’s programme: “Kokonat Ed” written and performed by Emmerson; “The Flight of the Bumblebee” by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov; Mozart: Papagena/Papageno duet from The Magic Flute, sung by Montserrat Caballé and Thomas Quasthoff, with the SWR Rundfunkorchester Kaiserslautern, conducted by José Collado;  Mozart: Papagena/Papageno duet from The Magic Flute, arranged by Richard Monségu and Sébastien Tron, sung by Richard Monségu (who is also playing the conga drums) and Sophie Lou, with the Antiquarks ensemble. Do you have a musical request? Send it to [email protected] This week’s question ... You'll have to listen to the show to participate. You have until 31 January 2022 to enter this week's quiz; the winners will be announced on the 5 February podcast. When you enter, be sure you send your postal address with your answer, and if you have one, your RFI Listeners Club membership number. Send your answers to: [email protected] or Susan Owensby RFI – The Sound Kitchen 80, rue Camille Desmoulins 92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux France or By text … You can also send your quiz answers to The Sound Kitchen mobile phone. Dial your country’s international access code, or “ + ”, then 33 6 31 12 96 82. Don’t forget to include your mailing address in your text – and if you have one, your RFI Listeners Club membership number. To find out how you can win a special Sound Kitchen prize, click here To find out how you can become a member of the RFI Listeners Club, or to form your own official RFI Club, click here
    1/8/2022
    19:29
  • Your 2022 Resolutions
    This week on The Sound Kitchen you’ll hear our annual listener New Year Resolution show, co-hosted by my daughter Mathilde (as always!) There’s music by request, notes on good things that happened in 2021 (there were some, really!) and a special New Year musical gift from The Sound Kitchen’s sound engineer, musician Erwan Rome. Of course, there’s the new quiz question, too. Just click on the “Audio” arrow above and enjoy!  Hello everyone! Welcome to The Sound Kitchen weekly podcast, published every Saturday – here on our website, or wherever you get your podcasts. You’ll hear the winners' names announced and the week’s quiz question, along with all the other ingredients you’ve grown accustomed to: your letters and essays, “On This Day”, quirky facts and news, interviews, and great music … so be sure and listen every week. I am busy cooking up special shows with your musical requests, so get them in! Send your requests to [email protected] Tell us why you like the piece of music, too – it makes it more interesting for us all! Be sure you check out our wonderful podcasts! In addition to the breaking news articles on our site, rfienglish.com, with in-depth analysis of current affairs in France and across the globe, we have several podcasts which will leave you hungry for more. There’s Paris Perspective, Africa Calling, Spotlight on France, and of course, The Sound Kitchen. We have a bilingual series – an old-time radio show, with actors (!) to help you learn French, called Les voisins du 12 bis. And there is the excellent International Report, too. As you see, sound is still part of the RFI English service! Keep checking our website for updates on the latest from our excellent staff of journalists. To listen to our podcasts from your PC, go to our website and click on the three horizontal bars on the top right, choose "Listen to RFI / Podcasts", and you’ve got ‘em! You can either listen directly or subscribe and receive them directly on your mobile phone. To listen to our podcasts from your mobile phone, slide through the tabs just under the lead article (the first tab is “Headline News”) until you see “Podcasts”, and choose your show.  Teachers, take note! I save postcards and stamps from all over the world to send to you for your students. If you would like stamps and postcards for your students, just write and let me know. The address is [email protected]  If you would like to donate stamps and postcards, feel free! Our address is listed below.  Another idea for your students: my beloved music teacher from St Edward’s University in Austin, Texas, Br Gerald Muller, has been writing books for young adults in his retirement – and they are free! There is a volume of biographies of painters and musicians called Gentle Giants, and an excellent biography of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. They are also a good way to help you improve your English - that’s how I worked on my French, reading books which were meant for young readers – and I guarantee you, it’s a good method for improving your language skills. To get Br. Gerald’s free books, click here. RFI Clubs: Be sure to always include Audrey Iattoni ([email protected]) from our Listener Relations department in all your RFI Club correspondence. Remember to copy me ([email protected]) when you write to her so that I know what is going on, too. N.B.: You do not need to send her your quiz answers! Email overload! And don't forget, there is a Facebook page just for you, the RFI English Clubs. Only members of RFI English Clubs can belong to this group page, so when you apply to join, be sure you include the name of your RFI Club and your membership number. Everyone can look at it, but only members of the group can post on it. If you haven’t yet asked to join the group, and you are a member of an independent, officially recognised RFI English Club, go to the Facebook link above and fill out the questionnaire! (if you do not answer the questions, I click “decline”). There’s a Facebook page for members of the general RFI Listeners Club, too. Just click on the link and fill out the questionnaire, and you can connect with your fellow Club members around the world. Be sure you include your RFI Listeners Club membership number (most of them begin with an A, followed by a number) in the questionnaire, or I will have to click “Decline”, which I don’t like to do! No quiz this week – check in next week for the answer to the question about the mysterious sound Laura Angela Bagnetto recorded in The Gambia. 2022 Resolutions read on today’s progamme were sent in by: Sultan Sarkar, the president of the Shetu RFI Listeners Club in Naogaon, Bangladesh; Naved Raiyan, the president of the RFI Fan Club in Murshidibad, India; Begum Firoza Hossain, a member of the RFI International DX Listeners Club in Murshidabad, India; Shahanaj Parvin, the president of the Nilshagor RFI Fan Club in Nilphamari, Bangladesh and Jobayada Aktar Jai, a member of the Nilshagor Club. The resolutions also included those of RFI Listeners Club members Tahtiha Saleh from Nilphamari, Bangladesh and Jayanta Chakrabarty from New Delhi, India, as well as four RFI English listeners from Bangladesh: Rajia Khatun from Joypurhat; Sajjad Hossain from Kurigram; and Waheed Nobi and Shanaj Parvin, both from Rangpur. Thanks to everyone who sent in their resolutions – may you make good progress in keeping them! And many thanks to this week’s co-host, my daughter Mathilde Daguzan-Owensby. Here’s the music you heard on this week’s programme: “Here We Come a Wassailing”, a traditional holiday song performed by Kate Rusby; “Auld Lang Syne”, also a traditional holiday song, arranged and performed by Tombosu; “New Year’s Resolution” by Parker/Catron/Frierfon, performed by Otis Redding and Carla Thomas; “Flight of the Bumblebee” by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov; the first movement from Bach’s concerto for two violins, BWV 1043, improvised and performed by Django Reinhardt, Stèphane Grappelli, and Eddie South, and “One Down, One Up” by John Coltrane, performed by the John Coltrane Quartet. Do you have a musical request? Send it to [email protected] This week’s question ... You'll have to listen to the show to participate. You have until 24 January 2022 to enter this week's quiz; the winners will be announced on the 29 January podcast. When you enter, be sure you send your postal address with your answer, and if you have one, your RFI Listeners Club membership number. Send your answers to: [email protected] or Susan Owensby RFI – The Sound Kitchen 80, rue Camille Desmoulins 92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux France or By text … You can also send your quiz answers to The Sound Kitchen mobile phone. Dial your country’s international access code, or “ + ”, then 33 6 31 12 96 82. Don’t forget to include your mailing address in your text – and if you have one, your RFI Listeners Club membership number. To find out how you can win a special Sound Kitchen prize, click here To find out how you can become a member of the RFI Listeners Club, or to form your own official RFI Club, click here
    1/1/2022
    35:11
  • In, out, and in again: Sweden’s new Prime Minister
    This week on The Sound Kitchen you’ll hear the answer to the question about Sweden’s Prime Minister. There’s lots of Christmas music and cheer, listener letters, and of course, the new quiz question. Just click on the “Audio” arrow above and enjoy!  Hello everyone! Welcome to The Sound Kitchen weekly podcast, published every Saturday – here on our website, or wherever you get your podcasts. You’ll hear the winners' names announced and the week’s quiz question, along with all the other ingredients you’ve grown accustomed to: your letters and essays, “On This Day”, quirky facts and news, interviews, and great music … so be sure and listen every week. I am busy cooking up special shows with your musical requests, so get them in! Send your musical requests to [email protected] Tell us why you like the piece of music, too – it makes it more interesting for us all! Be sure you check out our wonderful podcasts! In addition to the breaking news articles on our site, rfienglish.com, with in-depth analysis of current affairs in France and across the globe, we have several podcasts which will leave you hungry for more. There’s Paris Perspective, Africa Calling, Spotlight on France, and of course, The Sound Kitchen. We have a bilingual series – an old-time radio show, with actors (!) to help you learn French, called Les voisins du 12 bis. And there is the excellent International Report, too. As you see, sound is still part of the RFI English service! Keep checking our website for updates on the latest from our excellent staff of journalists. To listen to our podcasts from your PC, go to our website and click on the three horizontal bars on the top right, choose "Listen to RFI / Podcasts", and you’ve got ‘em! You can either listen directly or subscribe and receive them directly on your mobile phone. To listen to our podcasts from your mobile phone, slide through the tabs just under the lead article (the first tab is “Headline News”) until you see “Podcasts”, and choose your show.  Teachers, take note! I save postcards and stamps from all over the world to send to you for your students. If you would like stamps and postcards for your students, just write and let me know. The address is [email protected]   If you would like to donate stamps and postcards, feel free! Our address is listed below.  Another idea for your students: my beloved music teacher from St Edward’s University in Austin, Texas, Br Gerald Muller, has been writing books for young adults in his retirement – and they are free! There is a volume of biographies of painters and musicians called Gentle Giants, and an excellent biography of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. They are also a good way to help you improve your English - that’s how I worked on my French, reading books which were meant for young readers – and I guarantee you, it’s a good method for improving your language skills. To get Br. Gerald’s free books, click here. RFI Clubs: Be sure to always include Audrey Iattoni ([email protected]) from our Listener Relations department in all your RFI Club correspondence. Remember to copy me ([email protected]) when you write to her so that I know what is going on, too. N.B.: You do not need to send her your quiz answers! Email overload! And don't forget, there is a Facebook page just for you, the RFI English Clubs. Only members of RFI English Clubs can belong to this group page, so when you apply to join, be sure you include the name of your RFI Club and your membership number. Everyone can look at it, but only members of the group can post on it. If you haven’t yet asked to join the group, and you are a member of an independent, officially recognised RFI English Club, go to the Facebook link above and fill out the questionnaire!!!!! (if you do not answer the questions, I click “decline”). There’s a Facebook page for members of the general RFI Listeners Club, too. Just click on the link and fill out the questionnaire, and you can connect with your fellow Club members around the world. Be sure you include your RFI Listeners Club membership number (most of them begin with an A, followed by a number) in the questionnaire, or I will have to click “Decline”, which I don’t like to do! This week’s quiz: On 4 December, I asked you a question about Sweden. On 24 November, Sweden elected their very first female prime minister, the leader of the center-left Social Democratic Party. However, it only lasted about seven hours. She resigned because her budget was defeated in Parliament, and her coalition partner quit out of frustration.  So, this history maker resigned as well, saying: “According to constitutional practice, a coalition government should resign if one party leaves the government. For me, it is about respect, but I also do not want to lead a government where there may be grounds to question its legitimacy.” So that was that. No leader in Sweden. Until … parliament re-elected her on 29 November. I asked you to send in her name. The answer is: Magdalena Andersson. Andersson is Sweden’s former finance minister, a post she held from 2014 until she became prime minister. Sweden is the last of the Nordic countries to have a woman as prime minister – Finland, Iceland, Denmark – and Estonia, as RFI English Club member Arne Timm reminds us – all have women running their countries. The winners are: Mr. Manik Hossain, who is a member of the Shetu RFI Listeners Club in Naogaon, Bangladesh, and three RFI Club members: Richard Wasajja from Masaka, Uganda; Alan Holder from the Isle of Wight, England, and Hans Verner Lollike from Hedehusene, Denmark. Last but not least, there’s RFI English listener Princess Honour Serena Dokubo from Port Harcourt, Nigeria, who is a member of the Radio Zeater Club.   Congratulations winners! Here’s the music you heard on this week’s programme: “The Christmas Song” by Robert Wells, sung by Nat King Cole; “I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas” by Irving Berlin, sung by The Drifters; "Sommarpolska" by Roger Tallroth, performed by Tallroth and the trio Väsen; “The Flight of the Bumblebee” by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov, and “Cascabel” by James Lord Pierpont, arranged and translated into Spanish by Andrés Alén, and performed by Ritmo Latino. Do you have a musical request? Send it to [email protected] This week’s question ... You'll have to listen to the show to participate. You have until 17 January 2022 to enter this week's quiz; the winners will be announced on the 22 January podcast. When you enter, be sure you send your postal address with your answer, and if you have one, your RFI Listeners Club membership number. Send your answers to: [email protected] or Susan Owensby RFI – The Sound Kitchen 80, rue Camille Desmoulins 92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux France or By text … You can also send your quiz answers to The Sound Kitchen mobile phone. Dial your country’s international access code, or “ + ”, then 33 6 31 12 96 82. Don’t forget to include your mailing address in your text – and if you have one, your RFI Listeners Club membership number. To find out how you can win a special Sound Kitchen prize, click here To find out how you can become a member of the RFI Listeners Club, or to form your own official RFI Club, click here
    12/25/2021
    17:45
  • Le Tricouleur has the blues
    This week on The Sound Kitchen you’ll hear the answer to the question about the colour of blue in France’s flag. There’s “On This Day”, listener news, lots of good music – and of course, the new quiz question. Just click on the “Audio” arrow above and enjoy!  Hello everyone! Welcome to The Sound Kitchen weekly podcast, published every Saturday – here on our website, or wherever you get your podcasts. You’ll hear the winners' names announced and the week’s quiz question, along with all the other ingredients you’ve grown accustomed to: your letters and essays, “On This Day”, quirky facts and news, interviews, and great music … so be sure and listen every week. I am busy cooking up special shows with your musical requests, so get them in! Send your musical requests to [email protected] Tell us why you like the piece of music, too – it makes it more interesting for us all! Be sure you check out our wonderful podcasts! In addition to the breaking news articles on our site, rfienglish.com, with in-depth analysis of current affairs in France and across the globe, we have several podcasts which will leave you hungry for more. There’s Paris Perspective, Africa Calling, Spotlight on France, and of course, The Sound Kitchen. We have a bilingual series – an old-time radio show, with actors (!) to help you learn French, called Les voisins du 12 bis. And there is the excellent International Report, too. As you see, sound is still part of the RFI English service! Keep checking our website for updates on the latest from our excellent staff of journalists. To listen to our podcasts from your PC, go to our website and click on the three horizontal bars on the top right, choose "Listen to RFI / Podcasts", and you’ve got ‘em! You can either listen directly or subscribe and receive them directly on your mobile phone. To listen to our podcasts from your mobile phone, slide through the tabs just under the lead article (the first tab is “Headline News”) until you see “Podcasts”, and choose your show.  Teachers, take note! I save postcards and stamps from all over the world to send to you for your students. If you would like stamps and postcards for your students, just write and let me know. The address is [email protected]   If you would like to donate stamps and postcards, feel free! Our address is listed below.  Another idea for your students: my beloved music teacher from St Edward’s University in Austin, Texas, Br Gerald Muller, has been writing books for young adults in his retirement – and they are free! There is a volume of biographies of painters and musicians called Gentle Giants, and an excellent biography of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. They are also a good way to help you improve your English - that’s how I worked on my French, reading books which were meant for young readers – and I guarantee you, it’s a good method for improving your language skills. To get Br. Gerald’s free books, click here. RFI Clubs: Be sure to always include Audrey Iattoni ([email protected]) from our Listener Relations department in all your RFI Club correspondence. Remember to copy me ([email protected]) when you write to her so that I know what is going on, too. N.B.: You do not need to send her your quiz answers! Email overload! And don't forget, there is a Facebook page just for you, the RFI English Clubs. Only members of RFI English Clubs can belong to this group page, so when you apply to join, be sure you include the name of your RFI Club and your membership number. Everyone can look at it, but only members of the group can post on it. If you haven’t yet asked to join the group, and you are a member of an independent, officially recognised RFI English Club, go to the Facebook link above and fill out the questionnaire!!!!! (if you do not answer the questions, I click “decline”). There’s a Facebook page for members of the general RFI Listeners Club, too. Just click on the link and fill out the questionnaire, and you can connect with your fellow Club members around the world. Be sure you include your RFI Listeners Club membership number (most of them begin with an A, followed by a number) in the questionnaire, or I will have to click “Decline”, which I don’t like to do! This week’s quiz: On 27 November, I asked you a question about a colour: specifically, the blue of the French flag, which we call “le Tricouleur” for its three colors of white, red and blue. The shade of blue of the original Tricouleur was changed from dark blue to a lighter blue in 1976 by former president Valery Giscard d’Estaing – he switched to the lighter blue so that it matched the colour of the European flag, which displays yellow stars on a light blue background. RFI English journalist David Coffey wrote an article that week about that blue because Macron changed it back to its original blue (and hardly anyone noticed!). I asked you to answer these two questions: what is the name of the new/old blue, the dark blue that Macron changed from the light blue, and why did he change it back? Who does the Elysée say the navy-blue color honors? The answer is: Pantone Reflex Blue is the name of the darker, original, blue. An official from the Elysée Palace said that the navy blue colour evokes the memory of the heroes who fought in the French Revolution, the trenches of World War I, and in the Resistance during World War II.    The winners are: Mahesh Jain, the president of the RFI Club Delhi in Delhi, India; Najim Uddin, the president of the RFI International DX Radio Listeners Club in West Bengal, India; RFI Club member Jean-Maurice Devault from Montreal, Canada, and two RFI English listeners from Bangladesh: Rasheduzzaman from Rangpur, and Niloy from the Friends Radio Club in Naogaon. Congratulations winners! Here’s the music you heard on this week’s programme: “Rose Garden” from Paul Klee: Painted Songs by Jonathan Posthuma, performed by the Mostly Modern Festival; “Aux armes et caetera” by Serge Gainsbourg, based on “La Marseillaise” by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle; “The Flight of the Bumblebee” by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov, and Suite on Estonian Dances for violin and orchestra by Eduard Tubin, performed by Mark Lubotsky (violin), and the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Neeme Järvi. Do you have a musical request? Send it to [email protected] This week’s question ... You'll have to listen to the show to participate. You have until 10 January 2022 to enter this week's quiz; the winners will be announced on the 15 January podcast. When you enter, be sure you send your postal address with your answer, and if you have one, your RFI Listeners Club membership number. Send your answers to: [email protected] or Susan Owensby RFI – The Sound Kitchen 80, rue Camille Desmoulins 92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux France or By text … You can also send your quiz answers to The Sound Kitchen mobile phone. Dial your country’s international access code, or “ + ”, then 33 6 31 12 96 82. Don’t forget to include your mailing address in your text – and if you have one, your RFI Listeners Club membership number. To find out how you can win a special Sound Kitchen prize, click here To find out how you can become a member of the RFI Listeners Club, or to form your own official RFI Club, click here
    12/18/2021
    29:07

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