Inter FM will broadcast Net Aid live on Sunday from London, New York and Geneva.
Net Aid is a charity event being held under the sponsorship of the United Nations Development Program and the world’s largest Internet service firm, Cisco Systems. It is designed to popularize the UNDP’s efforts to end hunger, help refugees, save the environment, secure human rights and relieve debt.
The UNDP is holding the concerts to spark interest in its Internet Web site and stir people’s concern over poverty and starvation all over the world.
In London, David Bowie, Brian Adams and George Michel will make appearances at Wembley Stadium, while Mary J. Blige, Sting and Puff Daddy will play in Giants Stadium in New York. The concert at the United Nation’s European Headquarters in Geneva will feature Brian Ferry and other famous musicians.
The concerts will be broadcast live at 76.1 MHz from 2 to 11 a.m., while recorded and edited versions will be aired from 6 to 8 p.m.
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