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Yunus Emre Enstitüsü speaks to the world with Turkish radio!

02.02.2017 866 Okunma Sayısı

Yunus Emre Enstitüsü that has undertaken an important role in the field of cultural diplomacy with operations carried out in 50 countries of the world, speaks to the world in Turkish with Sound of Turkish Radio established in 2015.

Sound of Turkish Radio that started its broadcasting life focused on Turkish instruction, began 2017 broadcast season with new programs and content.

With shows broadcast over the internet, the radio that reaches masses who learn and speak Turkish in Turkey and in many countries of the world, will continue to speak to the audience in Turkish with 22 different programs enriched in 2017, mainly on culture, art and literature.

A More Dynamic Stream

Established by Yunus Emre Enstitüsü in 2015, the new broadcasting period took start for Sound of Turkish Radio which actively works towards promoting Turkish language, culture, arts and literature to a wider audience. Web-based Sound of Turkish Radio will offer its listeners a more dynamic broadcast stream with brand new programs, rich content and exclusive music.

Sound of Turkish Radio that renewed its show and content in 2017, prepared a stream to be enjoyed by updating program contents. Prepared by an expert team who will pay attention to correct, clear and efficient usage of Turkish,  22 different programs will be aired on Sound on Turkish Radio on weekdays, 8 being live. In zones enriched by "Evening Zone" and "Weekend" shows, the number of productions focused on culture, art, literature and news has been increased.

In the new season, shows titled “Yeni Güne Merhaba, Dünyanın Nabzı, Bakış Açısı, Haberler, Hava Durumu, Paylaşı-Yorum, 3. Sayfa, Mızraptan Dile, Kalbe Dokunan Nağmeler, Neymiş Aşk, Kağıt Sandal, Şiir Saati, Gün Akşam Oldu, Gecenin Rengi, Ve Müzik, Buradan Bakınca, Dost Meclisi, Yabancı Mısın, Kitaplık, Ritme Gel, Notaların Dili, İzler, İlaç Gibi Sözler" will be aired.

Through radio that is a popular means of communication that reveals its accumulation in language, culture and art with a comprehensible language, Yunus Emre Enstitüsü succeeds to reach everyone who speak and learn Turkish in Turkey and abroad through shows focused on news, culture, art and literature.

World in Turkish” and reach millions of listeners abroad in 2017.