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|First air date||1952|
|Owner||Romanian Radio Broadcasting Corporation|
|Sister stations||RRA, R3N, RRM, RAS, RRI|
Radio România Cultural is the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Corporation's second national channel.
The Romanian Radio Broadcasting Company, informally referred to as Radio Romania, is the public radio broadcaster in Romania. It operates FM and AM, and internet national and local radio channels. The local stations are branded under the Radio România Regional umbrella. Radio Romania International is the company's international radio station, broadcasting on two channels in Romanian, English, French, Aromanian, Spanish, German, Italian, Serbian, Russian, Ukrainian, Chinese, and Arabic.
Its schedule concentrates on the production and presentation of dramatic and musical performances (both live and recorded), broadcast coverage of cultural and literary festivals and events, and the provision of special programmes for children and schools.
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Moldova, officially the Republic of Moldova, is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe, bordered by Romania to the west and Ukraine to the north, east, and south. The capital city is Chișinău.
Bucharest is the capital and largest city of Romania, as well as its cultural, industrial, and financial centre. It is located in the southeast of the country, at, on the banks of the Dâmbovița River, less than 60 km (37.3 mi) north of the Danube River and the Bulgarian border.
Cluj-Napoca, commonly known as Cluj, is the fourth most populous city in Romania, and the seat of Cluj County in the northwestern part of the country. Geographically, it is roughly equidistant from Bucharest, Budapest and Belgrade. Located in the Someșul Mic river valley, the city is considered the unofficial capital to the historical province of Transylvania. From 1790 to 1848 and from 1861 to 1867, it was the official capital of the Grand Principality of Transylvania.
Iași is the second largest city in Romania, and the seat of Iași County. Located in the historical region of Moldavia, Iași has traditionally been one of the leading centres of Romanian social, cultural, academic and artistic life. The city was the capital of the Principality of Moldavia from 1564 to 1859, then of the United Principalities from 1859 to 1862, and the capital of Romania from 1916 to 1918.
The culture of Romania is the product of its geography and its distinct historical evolution. It is theorized and speculated that Romanians and the Vlachs are the combination of descendants of Roman colonists and people indigenous to the region who were Romanized.
Sibiu is a city in Transylvania, Romania, with a population of 147,245. Located some 275 km (171 mi) north-west of Bucharest, the city straddles the Cibin River, a tributary of the river Olt. Now the capital of Sibiu County, between 1692 and 1791 and 1849–65 Sibiu was also the capital of the Principality of Transylvania.
Romanian hip hop first emerged in 1982, along with the break-dancing movement which become very popular in the 1980s. However, Romanian hip hop was developed in the early 1990s, when American rappers hit the European charts. Most notable Romanian hip hop artists come from Bucharest, Romania's capital and largest city and most notable trap from Craiova and Bucharest. The genre is currently growing in popularity in Europe.
The Moldavian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, shortened to Moldavian ASSR, was an autonomous republic of the Ukrainian SSR between 12 October 1924 and 2 August 1940, encompassing also modern territory of Transnistria. It was an artificial political creation inspired by Moscow in context of reanimation of already largely discredited ideas of the "World Revolution". In such manner Bolshevik leadership tried to radicalize pro-Soviet feelings in Bessarabia with a goal to return it in the presence of favorable conditions and creation of geopolitical "place d'armes" (bridgehead) to execute a breakthrough in the Balkan direction.
Cegléd is a city in Pest county, Hungary, approximately 70 km (43 mi) southeast of the Hungarian capital, Budapest.
Kiss FM is a Top40/Hit Radio station from Romania, owned by ANT1 Group. The station was rebranded from the old Radio Contact, after being purchased by a Belgian radio network. The rebranding came with a number of "on air" personalities, such as Șerban Huidu and Mihai Găinușă, the new network quickly got to be one of the most popular hit stations in Romania where it covers the main cities.
Romanian Canadians are Canadian citizens of Romanian descent or Romania-born people who reside in Canada.
The National Romanian Fascio was a small fascist group that was active in Romania for a short time during the 1920s.
The National Italo-Romanian Cultural and Economic Movement or National Italo-Romanian Fascist Movement was a short-lived Fascist movement active in Romania during the early 1920s.
Radio România Internaţional is a Romanian radio station owned by the Romanian public radio broadcaster Societatea Română de Radiodifuziune that broadcasts abroad. Prior to 1989, the station was known as Radio Bucharest.
The Albanians are an ethnic minority in Romania. As an officially recognized ethnic minority, Albanians have one seat reserved in the Romanian Chamber of Deputies to the League of Albanians of Romania.
Radio România Muzical is the fourth public-funded radio station in Romania. It does not cover the whole area of the country. It is the only Romanian radio station dedicated exclusively to jazz and classical music, and the first Romanian radio station of its kind to be broadcast online. The post broadcast music continuously, classic, jazz and more: symphonic, chamber music, operetta, choral music, folk, jazz, soundtracks. It broadcasts famous singers in recent recordings or archived concerts and brings news of both national and international events and also live broadcasts from famous concert halls in the world, where today's best ensembles perform on a regular basis.
Beliciu Victor Marius is a Romanian sitarist belonging to the Senia Gharana tradition. He was promoted by Indian Embassy in Romania and also played under the patronage of Romanian Embassy in India. Victor performed Turkey, Romania, Italy, Hungary. In India he played in temples as well as auditoriums, live on Doordarshan national TV and at All India Air radio. He also had the honour to play sitar for Romanian president Traian Băsescu and for Indian counterpart Abdul Kalam.
"De la capăt" is a song recorded by Romanian group Voltaj for their tenth studio album X (2016). It was made available as a single for digital download on 31 October 2014 by Cat Music and Voltz Media. A Romanian song, two other versions were released eventually—"De la capăt " in Romanian and English, and "All Over Again" fully in English. "De la capăt (All Over Again" was written by band members Călin Goia, Gabriel Constantin and Adrian Cristescu with Silviu Marian Păduraru and Victor Răzvan Alstani, while music was composed by the aforementioned alongside Monica-Ana Stevens and Andrei-Mădalin Leonte. "De la capăt" has been described as an indie pop rock and soft rock song, and is a manifesto raising awareness for children left behind by parents who work abroad. Oberservers have compared the track to "I Could Sing of Your Love Forever" by Delirious?.