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Radio DDR 2

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Radio DDR 2

Radio DDR

Radio DDR 2 (English: Radio GDR 2) was a radio channel in East Germany run by Rundfunk der DDR, created in October 1958. It was a regional service in the morning and at 01:00 local time, broadcast centralized classical music and radio plays produced in Berlin. Since this was a regional service, it used mostly FM broadcasting, except some minor AM broadcasting repeaters near Senftenberg.



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