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The Click Opera Experience – Interview with Nick Currie aka Momus during his Berlin years

In 2009 there was no war in Syria, there were no refugees and the populists and their masses weren’t storming the gates of democracy as they do now. There were no ISIS terrorists, Gadaffi was still alive, and so was David Bowie. Brexit was a word noone had ever heard of, and Donald Trump…wasn’t that the guy from the Trump tower, or something? Obama was in his first year, Neukölln hadn’t been gentrified yet, and Radio On was funded by the Dutch crown. The big bang that shook the world…

Radio On Kraków – Politicians, Popes and Predators

A show recorded in a kitchen in Kraków, in Poland. Three men talking: Łukasz Kozak, Marcin Barski and yours sincerely. The kitchen show starts with a short discourse on Germans, but than takes off with reports on dying popes, angels, swastika’s, bed bugs, killer bats, dolphins on acid, religious monkeys and serious politics. The musical choice is by Marcin Barski. The picture and additional illustrations are by Anna Wójtowicz.  Please check the Schedule for broadcast hours/days. consider a modest donation    

Brothel Moon, a Full Moon special in two parts by Shephard/Van Alebeek

Somewhere in deep Neukölln in a neighbourhood still ruled by Balkan gangs, where women were held as slaves and the poor people shared their food with the rats, Adrian Shephard and Rinus Van Alebeek sat in a small kitchen of a former brothel. Between them a bare table with on it a bottle of cheap sake and a packet of biscuits from Aldi. It was a full moon night. In fact they could see the moon peek in through the kitchen window, there, right behind the chimney. A woman has bounced the moonlight…

Fucked! An evening with Ken Shakin by Adrian Shephard

Ken Shakin appeared first in Radio On’s broadcastland as a guest to Jason Honea on the Brave Ear Show. In the interview he talked about his Brooklyn years, where he grew up and his love or hate relation with Berlin, where he lives. On that evening, that co-starred Andrea Schroeder and Jesper Lehmkuhl, he read some fragments from his books. Ken returned to our program when Adrian Shephard broadcasted the presentation of his last novel ‘Fucked’ at the Curious Fox Book store in Berlin Neukölln. On that occasion Ken got…

Adrian Shephard – Books not Film Part 2 with Peter Dollins

A great new program by Adrian Shephard, who, while in rainy England went to visit Peter Dollins and asked him some questions about writers and the stories that come with them and their books. Peter Dollins has a huge amount of books, as you can see in the picture. In this program you will hear stories about Norman Mailer, or Laurie Lee, who wrote one of the finest books for Summer reading ever, “As I walked out one midsummer morning” The program is perfect for those who’d like to dream…

Jason Honea – Brave Ear Show with Kasia Justka and Elisabeth Wood

Jason Honea is back on the track. Freshly in from California he jumps over to the Oranien Studio to bring us an evening of information and dislocation. His guests are Elisabeth Wood, a born Californian living in Berlin. She directs and composes for The Gray Voice Ensemble, a choir of thirty-five persons. If you want to find out, just like me, the secret about all these choirs popping up like mushrooms then join us and listen with ears wide open. The list of themes approached in the choir’s repertoire makes…

25th edition of Cozmik Onion Lunch Time Radio – Taishi Nagasaka talks with Ritagli Regina (Berlin Samba)

It is the 25th edition of Taishi’s Lunch time show. It is six months now that he receives guests in his kitchen, cooks for them, has lunch, talks with them and plays some fine exotic music as well. Guests were mostly from Berlin, operating in various scenes. Sometimes a guest was stopped by a snow storm, sometimes Taishi decided to eat alone, and present us one of his discoveries, from the far, near or middle east, and play their songs. This time, again a guest. Ritagli Regina (Berlin Samba) In…