This is the longest running Hungarian Radio Program in the New York Tri-State Area. The Hungaria Radio Program was established in New York on October 16,1966 under the direction of Gyula Apatini. His radio broadcast became the most listened to Hungarian Radio Program in the Tri-State area. For more than 20 years on Saturdays and Sundays the producer/director Gyula Apatini provided International and Hungarian news, political discussions with guests, cultural and sporting events, also furthering Hungarian heritage and language, last but not least, Hungarian music (folk, listening, classical & opera). For more than four decades American politicians, senators, mayors, governors were interviewed on his program including Robert Kennedy, Edward Koch, John Lindsay, Abe Beame, Robert Wagner, Rudolph Giuliani and George Pataki. Other luminaries included the Archbishop of Hungary Cardinal Mindszenty, Hungarian presidents, scientists, painters were also guests on his program.. Msgr. Bela Varga, Jozsef Antall, Victor Orban, Arpad Goncz, Geza Jeszenszky, Laszlo Kovacs, Peter Medgyesy. Laszlo Varga. Laszlo Hamos, Edward Teller, Leo Szilard, Bela Kiraly, Performes: Jozsef Simandy, Tibor Kelen, Janos Vamosi, Marta Zaray, Katalin Karady, Marta Eggerth and also, sports superstars such as: Ferenc Puskas, Gusztav Sebes, Nandor Hidegkuty, Florian Albert, Pele, Franz Beckenbauer to name a few.