June 5, 1999 |
Pirate radio stations? asks Israeli broadcaster Yisrael Bundak. What's the problem? He reaches over to his radio, tunes in Kol Hamizrach (Voice of the East), 92.6 on the FM dial. His pirate station of choice. The cheerful tunes of a Kurdish ditty come bouncing forth. What's the problem? If pirate radio stations broadcast only folk music, of course, there would probably be no problem.