Have you ever wondered what answers you will get if you could interview Greek personalities like Hades, god of the underworld, or the great Greek poet Homer? No? Well, lucky you, because we already did it for you! Tune in to our fictive Talks with famous people from Greece, and marvel at their unexpected answers!

Interview with Pan

Hello, hello. I welcome you all again in our small studio of
I have just a small wish to express before starting our today’s interview. Please out of politeness do not comment on the appearance of our guest.
Okay, okay, I know what everyone of you waits for, so may I introduce you today’s god.
Please present all together with me a warm applause to our guest.
Welcome Pan.


Interview with Persephone

Before Persephone, daughter of Zeus and Demeter returns home to her husband Hades, who lives in the underworld, we can be lucky that she decided to visit us today in our chiosradio studio on her way back!


Interview with Poseidon

Poseidon- the god of the sea, the older brother of Zeus. Wow! This famous guest visits us in our studio. But we have to be very carefully to not upset him. But please, listen what happened…


Interview with Prometheus

Today, we have invited a very special guest and it is a great honour to meet him. Without him I would not sit in our studio right now and you would not listen to this interview. You would't even exist and neither your parents or grandparents, the whole humanity would have never populated this earth.


Interview with Santa Claus

"A good time is coming, I wish it were here, The very best time of the whole year;
I'm counting each day on my fingers and thumbs - the weeks that must pass before Santa Claus comes." We don't have to wait so long to meet him. We interrupted him during his test driving with his sledge. I can just use my fingers to count the last seconds before he will arrive. Who? Today and so closed to Christmas my special guest is nobody else than Santa Claus himself. Lets have a look how the Christmas preparations are going on...


Interview with Sappho

Today, I want to tell you the story of a Greek poet who has been criticized over time for her unusual poems that talked about taboo subjects. she was born in Ereso but lived in the main town of Lesvos, Mytilene.
she was born from a noble family and was sent into an exile in Sicily between 607 and 590, maybe because the ruling family in Mytilene didn't agree with what he wrote. Her life was devoted exclusively to poetry that dealt with themes mostly regarding homosexuality.


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