Wednesday, 31 December 2008

Happy New Year!

May the new year bring peace and happiness to everyone on the planet...

Corfu is quiet and chilly; some gray clouds show that snow will fall, but eventually the snow travels to the mainland and we remain with the overcast sky. The view is artistic but some people feel it is too much for them; you see, Corfiots are used to two things: sunshine or rain. It is going to rain tonight, though as the weather forecast says.

Last minute shopping is done and few people are outside. Life radio will be live for the next few hours keeping company to those who love listening to beautiful young voices and pop music. Now it is Vasilis and Tatianas broadcast on air; you can listen to them live at

Have fun!

Best wishes,


Wednesday, 24 December 2008

Listen to Life radio now!

Life radio street party on 23-12-2008

In Corfu town

Here is the link:

Listen to Christmas songs and join us!

Best wishes,


Tuesday, 23 December 2008

Music party in town!

Live now!
The music party by Life Radio station, at
is now on air via a web camera.

The party it taking place now at Plateia Georgaki, in the centre of the town, where all the members of Life Radio take part offering to locals live music.

You can listen to the live party by clicking on

(On the right side there is a button, it says 'live'- just click on it to download the device needed to listen to the radio).

The party will last till 8 in the evening. They will give away some presents to the people who come to listen to them.


Sunday, 7 December 2008

Sunny Sunday full of fire wood

After a stormy week we've got a sunny interval. This morning though we had sudden rainfall, but the weather is mild-not like two days ago when a tree trunk fell off in front of my flat!

It was after an extremely windy night that the tree finally collapsed, and it was sheer luck it did not hit either a car or a passer by! The bakery owner, who opens her shop just after seven am, had a lucky escape! Minutes after walking under that hollow tree, and as soon as she had reached her bakery in the next block, the tree fell down!

The workers cut down the trunk and filled two trucks of fire wood. The twin trunk is still standing up and I wonder why they did not cut this down. I suppose they are waiting for another storm to do the job. Fifteen years ago, another trunk-at the same place-had fallen down and truncated the edge of my balcony. The workers had come to collect the firewood but they never cut down the other hollow trunk. They always let nature take care of the rest.

I wonder: Is that called an eco friendly spirit?