You can only do this if your radio has a line in socket. This might be via a 3.5mm stereo jack or by phono connections.
If it's the latter, you will need a 3.5mm jack to two phono plugs to achieve connection from the headphone socket of your iPod.
You will also need to watch the output volume of your iPod as this can distort at high levels.
I don't think there are iPod to phono cables available, so the above would be the most readily available method.
You can also listen to your ipod through your radio using an FM transmitter like you can see at this site:
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Belkin+-+Tu … Id=9887899
You plug it into the earphone socket, turn it on and it will transmit the audio to a nearby radio on the FM band on the frequency you select. I use one it in my car because it is illegal to drive with headphones.
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