Adrian & Rinus brave the freezing Berlin temperatures and head to the SO36 Gallery on Oranienstr, Kreuzberg in search of punk photographer David Arnoff, exhibiting prints from his book 'Shot in the Dark', with photos and many personal stories of the Cramps, the Dead Boys, Nick Cave, Blixa Bargeld, Lydia Lunch, The Ramones, Ian Dury, … Continue reading Radio On – David Arnoff, punk photographer, Shot in the Dark
Jason Honea & Adrian Shephard take a walk down the legendary 'Oranienstrasse' in central Kreuzberg. Previously known as SO36 and home to the various bars, cafes, clubs, venues and the recently renamed Rio Reiser Platz - it's apparently thee place to be - So join them now for a pre-xmas festive special brimming with window … Continue reading Radio On Oranienstrasse – The legend of SO36, with Jason Honea
500.000 people or more came out to protest against the war in Ukraine. Adrian Shephard was at the rally and described marchers and signs, spoke with Jason Honea, Lady Gaby, Julia, Melissa Holroyd and Rinus van Alebeek. Impressions, thoughts, observations. Helpful list if you want to support Ukraine.
To listen click here part 1 dab David Asher's clocked up thirty years on the road as main-man for the American dub reggae /rock band the Process, he has also hosted an earlier show on radio in Berlin. For this edition “I was blessed to be in the on u sounds studios when they were … Continue reading The Wirebender presents DAB OUR MUSIC OUR FOOD
To listen click here Adrian Shephard and Nikolas Schreck went out for an excursion. They visited the site of the Führerbunker in Berlin. You will hear about Nikolas' first visit back in the year 1983, some facts that you have always wanted to know about Hitler's last days, a description of what the place looks … Continue reading Historical Berlin : Führerbunker
Adrian Shephard and Rinus van Alebeek, the concierges of Radio On, have finally achieved what they've always wished for. They have landed in the future. It is a grim future. The corona virus has been around for many years now. Towns depopulate. People die in the streets. Gangs control the neighbourhoods and have monopolised food … Continue reading Radio On, out of it – week 251: Sirens all around us
Angelo Bignamini lives in a village south of Milan. Italy was one of the countries in the world where many people died of Covid-19. The government took drastic measures. The population lived practically under house arrest, observed by drones and helicopters; controlled by police in the streets, only permitted to leave their homes with authorisation … Continue reading Angelo Bignamini – Vita spericolata
The audio reports 'letter from Berlin' are directly recorded on tape with a handheld walkman. In this episode: a trainride from Berlin to Amsterdam, sounds from Amsterdam and from Heerlen, domestic and non-domestic sounds from Berlin and a few words by John Cooper Clarke.
Word to Simon: The first part of the show features "Tears Dont fall in outta space by Taurus tracker's. Martin from the band was interviewed in a previous show. The New Album "All shook up again in W10 "captures the spirit of Ladbroke Grove,"says Tessa Pollitt (The Slits). Produced by Mick Jones, who also added … Continue reading The Wirebender presents Splitting in Two