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Listen to the world: Radio Garden app brings stations to millions in lockdown

Ever fancied listening to some pop music from Prague? Rock from Russia, or talk from Taiwan? With the pandemic limiting travel abroad, an online app has ignited the imagination of millions, allowing them to experience new sounds and travel the globe by radio.

The free app, Radio Garden, which carries tens

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