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Radio Luxembourg and its English language service had a formative influence on generations of listeners. ‘The Station of the Stars‘, the famous ‘Two-O-Eight‘, is still remembered as THE popular European radio station of the 20th century! This website is devoted to its colourful history. So tune in and join us on a journey through European radio history!