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Take Your Time with Prokopis Agelopoulos | 07 May 2024

On Tuesday’s show, May 7th, 2024, we contacted ERT’s correspondent in Kozani, Despina Amarantidou, who brought us spring images with Easter and Spring customs from the area, including the egg fighting of the Pontians. We then read the headlines in order to give rise to a debate on Mr Sánchez. Antonis Papagiannidis, lawyer-journalist, with whom we discussed mainly the developments on the war fronts in Gaza and Ukraine. At the end of the first hour, we met the current MEP of the KKE and candidate again in the elections of June 9th, Lefteris Nikolaou-Alavanos.

In the second hour, Themis Bakas, president of the E-Real Estates Real Estate Network talked to us about the impasse experienced by mainly seasonal workers in popular tourist destinations in Greece, who have to pay very high rents for housing or live in small houses (or even containers) with more people to afford it. The problem of accommodation in tourist destinations for public officials and seasonal workers remains unsolved, causing huge social issues. Then we turned the page, and turned our interest to young children who still have a few days of Easter holidays, referring to two proposals of scientific interest to fill their time, together with their parents. In the first case, the communication manager of the Eugenides Foundation, Anastasia Vamvaka, guided us through the educational programs, scientific laboratories and planetarium projections that children are waiting for and, in the second case, Mrs. Anastasia Fiori-Metallinou, astrophysicist and head of the Visitor Center of the National Observatory in Thissio, informed us about the program that has to do with the Sun, the star of our planetary system, which will await children 8 to 11 years old and their parents on the remaining Sundays of May.

“Take Your Time” with Prokopis Agelopoulos is an all-inclusive show featuring current affairs and interviews with politicians, scientists, journalists, representatives of non-governmental organizations, artists, and Greeks living abroad.