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Singing sensation Tina Arena to feature on Italian National Tourist Board’s local radio show

Sponsored by Italian National Tourist Board

The Italian National Tourist Board has launched the first international radio station for the promotion and relaunch of Italian tourism.

Each day, tourism news in various languages from 23 countries around the world is broadcast with music, insights and well-known personalities at national and international level.

The Italian National Tourist Board’s Sydney office has secured its own 30-minute weekly English language radio program called Australians Love Italy, which airs every Tuesday at 7:05pm (AEST).

The program features guests, up-and-coming Australian music and discussions on why Italy is such a popular destination for Aussies.

On Tuesday 12 October, the show’s special guest will be international superstar and Aussie treasure Tina Arena, who will be talking about her passion for Italy and her favourite destinations, while listening to some of her greatest hits and brand-new music.

And, if you’re unable to tune in live, don’t stress! The show featuring Arena will be replayed on Visit Italy Web Radio on Wednesday 13 October at 11am (AEST), Saturday 16 October at 9pm (AEST) and Sunday 17 October at 1pm (AEST).

You can listen to the show on the official website of Italy or the local Visit Italy website, as well as Apple’s App StoreGoogle Play, The Huawei App GalleryAmazon Alexa and Google Home.


Featured image source: Wikimedia Commons/Australian Council for the Arts


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