On the dustiest shelf of the Radio On archives there are even recordings from shows that probably no-one heard. They are from the pre-history of our radio when Shephard and Van Alebeek first met somewhere in the hinterlands of East Berlin.

Back then they still played music, but luckily after hardly one minute the tracks get interrupted by their stream of unconscious talking. Musicologist discussions, ponderings on heroin and an old evergreen determine the first half of the show.

At the center there is a long series of questions about the Joseph Beuys mysterie. How did he become an artist?

How did we become a radio station?

Maybe you find some answers to your questions in this show.

Please get in touch if you understand the The Aristocrats joke that is told at the end.

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