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8HZ March 2017

Aire Ahizpak and Mikel Markez will be present during the radioshow of Sunday, March 5th, 2017.
On air from 20:00 at 21:30 and always in 4 languages (Euskara, English, Spanish and French).
A special show.
Well on, we shall also have all the current events of the Basque Diaspora.
If you wish to contact us during the show:
2 possibilities:
– By telephone at the 00 33 559596030
– By e-mail at

We shall be also on Facebook Video Live and a test on Caléidoscope (Twitter) will be made.

Milesker eta kaxu bidean !!

Benoit & Etsher : 8HZ

8HZ February 2017

The broadcast of February 2017 will take place on Sunday, February 5th, 2017.

You can listen to us there in Euskal Herria, on radios: Gure Irratia, Irulegiko Irratia, Antxeta Irratia and Xiberuko Botza but also on on Air from 8pm to 9:30pm (Basque Country Time) and always in 4 languages (Euskara, French, Spanish and English).

Our guests will be :
– The singer Naia Robles
– The cooker Alain Darroze
– Surprises
– News from the basque diaspora.

If you want to communicate on the current events of your euskal etxe, two possibilities:
– By calling us live to +33 559596030 (between 8:15 pm and 9:15 pm – Basque Country Time)
– By sending us an e-mail at


8HZ radioshow of january 2017

take care,

The next emission of 8HZ will take place on January 8th, 2017, and not on January 1st …

Thus RDV on January 8th, 2017, at 8:00 pm until 9:30 pm (euskal herria time) , live with as guests:

  • the singer Michel Etcheverry
  • the draftsman Marko
  • Stephane Kreckelbergh Gillentegi – Lekooa

Always on air and in 4 languages (euskara, French,Spanish and English).

In FM on Gure Irratia, Antxeta Irratia, irulegiko Irratia and Xiberuko botza and by internet on:



Basque Global Network: The Digital Diaspora

DECEMBER 5, 2016
by Ander Egiluz Beramendi in Basque tribune

The Basque people have always been adventurous. Either for necessity or fueled by the desire to discover the unknown, Basques have migrated and traveled to the Americas, to Africa, and to the northern seas. These events have shaped the history of Euskal Herria (the Basque Country) and its people. Paradoxically, the Basques have also been very attached to their land and culture. This is one of the reasons that over 150 Basque clubs have been founded around the world, creating a rich network of euskaldunak (Basques).

In the 21st Century, Basques are still migrating for similar motives, but in very different ways. Also, living in a digital era, the means of communication have also changed drastically. As a response to this reality, the government of the Autonomous Community of Euskadi, through the General Secretariat for Foreign Affairs, has created Basque Global Network: a digital platform aimed at connecting Basques and Basque Country enthusiasts around the world.

read more on Basque Tribune