RSI Rete Due

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RSI Rete Due
Broadcast area Switzerland: FM, DAB, TV, Internet radio
First air date 1985
Language(s) Italian
Owner RSI
Webcast [1], [2]

RSI Rete Due is the second Italian-language radio station from Radiotelevisione svizzera di lingua italiana (RSI). It was launched in 1985.

Its headquarters are at the RSI-building in Lugano-Besso, reaching a daily average of between 26,000 and 28,000 listeners. Thus, it has a market share of 5.8%.[1][2]

The programming is mainly focused on classical music and culture, much like Radio SRF 2 Kultur and Espace 2.

It broadcasts on FM and DAB, but also via satellite and online.


  • Verde Aurora
  • Laser
  • Agenda classica
  • La citazione
  • Geronimo
  • Finestra Aperta
  • Colpo di scena
  • Rete 2-5
  • Rete Due Informa
  • Il pifferaio magico
  • Prima fila
  • Birdland
  • Disco volante
  • Concerto dell'OSI

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