Radio Farda is a popular Persian language radio station that broadcasts from Prague, Czech Republic. The station is owned and operated by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, a US government-funded organization that strives to promote democracy and freedom of expression in countries where these values are not recognized. Radio Farda was launched in 2002 with the aim of providing unbiased news and information to the people of Iran, where media censorship is common. The station has since become one of the most trusted sources of news and analysis on a range of issues, including politics, economics, social issues, and culture. Radio Farda’s programming includes news bulletins, current affairs programs, and talk shows that feature discussions on a wide range of topics of interest to Persian speakers. The station also broadcasts music shows that feature a variety of genres, including pop, rock, and traditional Persian music. One of the most notable features of Radio Farda is its focus on citizen journalism. The station encourages its listeners to submit news tips, photos, and videos, and it often features stories that have been sourced from ordinary Iranians. Radio Farda plays an important role in promoting free speech and independent journalism in Iran, and it is widely recognized as a valuable source of information for the people of Iran and the Persian-speaking diaspora around the world.