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2. January – Interviews, Radiophonics, Live Sets, RadioPlays

While the last days of the year 2013 seemed to install on us an enduring Sunday, the administrators of Radio On have been working. The result is that life is made much more easy for you, dear Radio On Listener. Our programmes are now defined by their content. We have Interviews, Radiophonics, RadioPlays, Live Sets and Reportages. Since most of our programmes evolve around words and stories, it is hard to define each episode by a few keywords. You just have to get used to our style. Jean Luis Costes…

The First Day of theYear-The First Person on the Street

On the first day of the year Radio On brings a deep insight in history and anthropology of Zombie-culture. Andy Gray, one of our guests, who, himself, has zombies growing in his back-yard, explains the backgrounds of zombie culture. One of the most important problems our guests are confronted with is what they would do if they were in their car in front of the Aldi, surrounded by zombies. At the beginning of every four hour segment, yes this program comes to you in a four hour loop, Andy reads…

19.December. Shephard & Van Alebeek with GUEST! – Julie Rousse

On Wednesday evening Julie Rousse will come to the Oranien Studio, to the heart of legendary Kreuzberg where warm blooded women serve you the most tasty Molotov cocktails. Julie has been to Afghanistan where she followed the footsteps of adventurous travelers of the past and managed to buy this tape. “In reportage in Kabul, Afghanistan, heading towards the city centre in a taxi. Despite the diffuse fear I hold into myself everyday since I arrived, I suddenly notice the beautiful song playing in the old speakers. Unable to catch the…

17. December – The Radio On Christmas Error Show

Do you like Christmas? So do we. But none of us can tell you how much we would miss it if it would disappear from the calendar. Great Britain without the Queen. Hitler without a moustache. The South Pole without pinguins. Football without Maradona. Germany without Germans…The world without Germans! Egypt without the pyramides. Andy Warhol without a wig. Cleopatra without a nose. Radio On without listeners. IMPOSSIBLE! That’s why we bring you a five hour long Christmas show on 17th of December. We broadcast 19:00-24:00 Berlin Time, playing you…

Cozmik Onion Lunch Time Radio volume 11 – I’m Gonna Cook You Back! with Valeria Braun from ***

Our lunch time host Taishi Nagasaki continues his weekly shows and his last minute announcements of the guest. Here is his introduction to episode 11. “Hello, this week, it’s the week of food. This place *** is the one who made my idea, of relation between Food and Music, clearer and they let me do that. I used to organize Experimental dinner time called “Cozmik Dine” with very delicious Italian food and drinks there. So this week I invite the manager of ***, I will try to get their secret…

EPISODE #3 – EPW OFF by Anton Mobin

Anton Mobin’s impressionist radio art are a regular feature on Radio On. Here, in his own words he explains the making of EPW OFF. “Since many years, I used to record my daily report on micro-cassette with a dictaphone. More or less elaborated, these raw pieces of archive have never been edited or broadcasted. It’s more a dark side of my my fear of not recording and of missing a crunchy moment. I found recently near Voltaire a perfect new walkman sony TCM-400 with two reading speeds and a pitch…

Interview with Berlin Chansonoise Coco

Coco came from Hamburg when she made the move to Berlin a few years ago. Hamburg? Isn’t that the German town where a harbour’s nightlife met up with illusions for the common people and gave birth to Springer Verlag? Coco didn’t open a nightclub called Brutal Happy Tapes in Berlin. Maybe that’s a pity. But maybe she didn’t, because she grew up in Germany’s self-proclaimed Utopia: Freistaat Bayern! People from Bavaria run wurstclubs. Brutal Happy Wurst. As always, it is utterly unpredictable where the show will take us. This flyer…

Wednesday 11.December. Brave Ear – Jason Honea meets Diät and Penny Rafferty

Diät is a band based in Berlin. They do interviews. Like this one, and they do covers like this one: Second guest is Penny Rafferty and she will talk about prosumerism* and punk as dada ( luckily not about “punk as data” – though “data = dada” might be a useless alternative). Take the smooth way to Wild County, get seduced, intrigued, mesmerised by Jason’s Californian radio voice, throw in some accents as well, wine, music, actionart at the speed of life. BANG! Here is Brave Ear. Live from the…

Sounds for post-peak oil, episode 2 by Anne F Jacques

Our programmaker Anne F Jacques’, currently artist-in-residence in Marseille, second episode of sounds for post-peak oil evolves around tape loops in walkmans in cardboard boxes beside a subway station; plants rubbing against rotating contraptions; kicking a pebble in a closed room; and more (or less). , Anne is a sound artist living in Montréal, Canada. She does performances and installations, impromptu improvisations, makes soundtracks for Julie Doucet’s animation films, part of minibloc duo with Nicolas Dion. Please check the Schedule for broadcast hours/days. Get the Radio On App