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In broadcasting, a phone-in or call-in is a programme format in which viewers or listeners are invited to air their live comments by telephone, usually in respect of a specific topic selected for discussion on the day of the broadcast. On radio (especially talk radio), it is common for an entire programme to be dedicated to a phone-in session. On television, phone ins are often part of a wider discussion programme: a current example in the UK is The Wright Stuff.
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1. a program in which the audience participates by telephone
(hypernym) talk show, chat show
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n. pořad s telefonními vstupy diváků/posluchačů
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dzwonić do swojego miejsca pracy; dzwonić do radia/telewizji
Rzecz. audycja radiowa/telewizyjna, podczas której można zadzwonić do studia, aby zadać pytanie lub wyrazić swoją opinię
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a radio/TV show that invites phone calls The topic for the phone-in show was Animal Rights.
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