Border Crossings

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Not to be confused with Border checkpoint.

Border Crossings is a live, all-request, music-oriented radio show that is broadcast worldwide by the US government-operated Voice of America. Premiering on October 13, 1996, with Judy Massa as host, it is one of VOA's longest-running music programs, surpassed only by Willis Conover's jazz program (1955-1996),[1] and "Country Hits USA" (airing continuously since 1984 and also originally hosted by Massa).[2] Following Massa's retirement in 2001, Border Crossings was hosted by Ray Freeman until his retirement in 2004. The program is currently hosted by Larry London.

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