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Glastonbury festival 40th anniversary

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Glastonbury festival 2010

Glastonbury festival 2010

Glasto 2010

Britain’s Glastonbury festival kicked off this week, arguably Europe’s most famous and most celebrated music festival. The area of farmland in Somerset, south-west England is hosting a jam-packed weekend of music, arts and culture.

The festival’s hippy ethos brings together people from all walks of life, offering what it describes as a beacon of hope and aspiration. This year it also celebrates a very special anniversary.

Radio Report

Presenter: Richard Walker

Network Europe – Radio Netherlands

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Hip hop and points for losers: street football cup begins

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Street Football French Cup

Street Football French Cup

The street football French Cup kicked off this weekend at Bertrand Dauvin stadium in Paris. It brings together 16 teams from all four corners of France, all vying to be crowned French champions. The game has a different style to conventional football: hip hop music played throughout each short match, teams of five players, black cards instead of red and points for losers.

Radio Feature: Sports Insight

Radio France Internationale

Written by Daniel Finnan

30 May 2010 at 17:18

Treaty referendum passes with large majority

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Official results announced on Saturday afternoon showed 67.1 per cent of Irish voters in favour of the Lisbon Treaty, with 32.9 per cent opposed.

The swing in favour of the treaty, which was 20.5 per cent, became clear early in the day as results from constituencies came into the national count centre in Dublin.

Radio France Internationale – Lisbon Treaty 2009 – Irish Referendum

on Treaty 2009 – Irish referendum

Written by Daniel Finnan

3 October 2009 at 14:46

Recession likely to decide Irish referendum

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A Socialist Party poster opposing the treaty in Dublin

The economy is at the forefront of voters’ minds as they vote in the referendum on the controversial Lisbon treaty. Unemployment in Ireland is at almost 13 per cent or nearly 500,000 people. While Gross Domestic Product or growth, is down just over seven per cent on the same period last year.

Radio France Internationale – Lisbon Treaty 2009 – Irish Referendum

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Written by Daniel Finnan

1 October 2009 at 14:38