Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – it’s Berlin between the wars … always …

.... it's Berlin between the wars...always..., says LL. But somewhere somehow peace resists. Must resist. And somewhere somehow there must still be these tracks one can follow, by intuition, by memory, or with the help of a guide. Throw a stone. Fuels, gasses, dust, cornfields, gold at dawn. The city always resists. Welcome to Berlin. … Continue reading Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – it’s Berlin between the wars … always …

Radio On Kino – reportage from Mim King interviewed by Adrian Shephard

It's often the case that visitors to berlin explore and discover more than the residents. The performance artist Mim King has been coming to Berlin years before the wall came down and has a particular relationship with the city. In this interview she positively 'plops' herself (her words) as she reports on the kino museum … Continue reading Radio On Kino – reportage from Mim King interviewed by Adrian Shephard

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show, #2 – A puzzling portrait of Berlin

  The imbiss doesn't exist. But it could have existed. It could have closed recently after fifty years of business. It could have existed with its regulars of office workers, students, hookers, junkies, housewives, alcoholics, taxi drivers, expats and run-down artists. It could have been open for 24 hours a day. Just imagine. Then listen … Continue reading Lord Litter’s Radio On Show, #2 – A puzzling portrait of Berlin