Hungarian Programme

Hungarian Programme

Thursday 8.45am to 10.15am


Hungarian Broadcasters Ilona Fekete, Janos Zrinyi and Lisy Toth and

Panelling for the Hungarian Group is Trevor Jones - Multicultural Group


Join us for the latest news, views and music for the New Hungarian Group Radio program every Thursday on radio 4EBFM 98.1
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Lili Szalisznyo

being awarded the

"Order of Hungary in March 2012"


The Hungarian Group started broadcasting at Radio 4EB from 1 December 1979 and its current committee members were:-

Convenor ~ Ilona Fekete

Treasurer ~ L Fodor

Vice-convenor ~ E Maczek

Other Committee Members: B Grof, L Herman, J Maczek, R Repcsik and I Varga

With a land area of 93,030 square kilometers, Hungary is a country in Central Europe. It measures about 250 kilometers from north to south and 524 kilometers from east to west. It has 2,258 kilometers of boundaries, shared with Austria to the west, Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia to the south and southwest, Romania to the southeast, Ukraine to the northeast, and Slovakia to the north.

Hungary's modern borders were first established after World War I when, by the terms of the Treaty of Trianon in 1920, it lost more than 71% of what had formerly been the Kingdom of Hungary, 58.5% of its population, and 32% of the Hungarians. The country secured some boundary revisions from 1938 to 1941: In 1938 the First Vienna Award gave back territory from Czechoslovakia, in 1939 Hungary occupied Carpatho-Ukraine. In 1940 the Second Vienna Award gave back Northern Transylvania and finally Hungary occupied the Bácska and Muraköz regions during the Invasion of Yugoslavia. However, Hungary lost these territories again with its defeat in World War II. After World War II, the Trianon boundaries were restored with a small revision that benefited Czechoslovakia.

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