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From  ResearchBuzz:

Now available: a digital archive of audio clips from Radio Svoboda 
<http://www.rferl.org/content/release-rferl-russian-radio-svoboda-audio-archives-online/27778391.html>. 
“The archive includes more than 26,000 audio clips broadcast into the 
Soviet Union and Russian Federation by Radio Svoboda from 1953, the year 
the service was established in Munich, West Germany, to 1995, when 
RFE/RL moved from Munich to Prague, Czech Republic. Highlights of the 
collection include news and political programs about the U.S.S.R. and 
the world as reported by distinguished émigré journalists, writers and 
historians, on-air readings of banned literary works and poetry 
recitals; and unique radio plays authored by such luminaries of Russian 
letters as Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Viktor Nekrasov, Joseph Brodsky, 
Vladimir Voinovich, Alexander Ginzburg, and Eugenia Ginzburg.” Radio 
Svoboda is the Russian service arm of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty 
(RFE/RL).


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