Trito Programma Vrahea

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Trito Programma Vrahea, which roughly translates to 'Third Programme' was a radio station operated by the Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation (ERT). Founded in 1993, the station served as ERT's international short-wave service. The station was broadcast from ERT transmitters in Thessaloniki.

Some of the topics on the program included cultural broadcasts and news.

On June 11, 2013 after the closure of ERT, Third Programme ceased broadcasts.

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