Dominic Smith – The Exploded Lunch, report four: Welcome to the dream library

From Dominic Smith's introduction to this show The dreams you hear in this episode were collected from within the ‘Circle of Trust’. I sent out magnetic tape-based Dictaphones and asked participants to record their dreams in the morning. I chose tape because I also wanted to use a medium that would potentially be affected by … Continue reading Dominic Smith – The Exploded Lunch, report four: Welcome to the dream library

Jason Honea – No-Edits Show

Adrian Shephard (with the recorder on) and Jason Honea joined the Ukraine peace demonstration in Berlin, the second one of the many to follow, and had a conversation, something that can happen to any two friends who walk a few miles together. But, while the old and the new Berlin pass by at the outer … Continue reading Jason Honea – No-Edits Show

Agnès Pe – Mitt Paté: R u A Symphonie? Bc ur fantastique

I once lived next to a volcano. I felt happy in the cold winter. Everyday I walked out to see the snow-capped crater. I felt lucky when I saw smoke signals. It was the last century and the air was still filled with visions of a possible future. Orchestra Tuning / Warm Up - Clean … Continue reading Agnès Pe – Mitt Paté: R u A Symphonie? Bc ur fantastique

Radio On Ukraine with Dmytro Fedorenko

Radio On's friendship with Dmytro started in the winter of 2013-2014. In a weekly series of skype connections we listened to his reports from the Maidan uprising. Those events turned out to be decisive in the further development of Ukraine as an independent state. Russia didn't agree with the new government. The war in Donbass, … Continue reading Radio On Ukraine with Dmytro Fedorenko

One hour with Mr. Vast

Mr. Vast in the studio, and Jörg Hochapfel was also our guest, he played guitar and records (Hunger). Mr. Vast threw one story after the other, about smacking the audience in the face, ass prints and angel wings, the downfall of the British Royal family. We wanted to talk about hunger (Hunger), but nothing was … Continue reading One hour with Mr. Vast