History knew Lebanon from the earliest of times and never forgot it. Lebanon has a massive influence and its people can rightfully claim to be true benefactors of many ages. The glory of Lebanon, it’s mountains and it’s Cedars were sung by prophets, poets and psalmists. The first historic inhabitants of Lebanon were called Phoenicians. It was the Phoenicians who invented the 22 magic signs called the alphabet and passed them on to the world.
Today Lebanese settlements and communities flourish all over the globe. The Lebanese continue toward world progress by providing many of the world’s leading authors, doctors, bankers, engineers, scientists and philosophers.
The Lebanese program known as “The voice of Lebanon” has been broadcasting for 20 years on 3ZZZ. It aims to inform its audience (the Lebanese and Arabic speaking communities) of news concerning their homeland of Lebanon and their current home in Australia. The Voice of Lebanon presents the best of old and new music. It also provides up to date reports and news of special events. The program is interactive and offers the younger generation a say in their community.
The program can be heard on 92.3FM (Melbourne) at the following times:
The contacts for the Lebanese group are:
Tony Charbel: firstname.lastname@example.org
George Zeait: email@example.com
Weekly Show Schedule
- 14:00 - 15:00
- 19:00 - 20:00
- 15:00 - 16:00
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