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“Anybody out there” 100 years of radio in Germany

From November 12th to December 22nd, the participatory radio project “Is anybody out there?! 100 Years of Radio in Germany” will take place at the art space D21 in Lindenau and part of the work will also be heard live on Radio Blau. The first German test broadcast via radio was broadcast at Königs Wusterhausen a hundred years ago on December 22nd, 1920, three years before the start of any official radio program. The medium of radio stands for broadcasting from one point to many receivers and intensive contact with the public. Long before today’s mobile communications, radio opened up an acoustic space of simultaneity and location independence. “Is anybody out there?” is dedicated to the transformations and potentials of immaterial sending and receiving: What acoustic and social space does the radio open? What types of community does the radio allow – on the set, in front of the set? What contemporary and future forms of radio can we expect? Take a look at our program here on this website to see what content awaits you!

Linda von der neuen Redaktion

Upcoming BLAUTOPIA-show is looking for volunteer editors

Linda is one of our two new federal volunteers and she would like to start a new environmental program. If you want to be part of the editorial team, write an email to Linda at kurse@radioblau.de. Even if you haven’t had much radio practice yet – we’ll work it all out together!
The show wants to deal with sustainable ideas and a different, more beautiful world. About climate and environmental protection. Movements like Fridays for Future and Endegelände or simply what you as an individual can do for our world. In any case, we know that it is important to talk about it and to raise our voices, to stand up for a more beautiful earth, because a lot should change as soon as possible. Bring along your ideas for topics on sustainablity and network with other like-minded people and do-gooders.

Neue T-Shirts

New T-Shirts on sale

We have a new t-shirt design! This time the design was illustrated by Elstertainment , with whom we have been working with for a long time now. It costs € 20. You can buy the new T-shirt design together with the older designs from us during office hours between 5 and 7 p.m. in different sizes, colors and cuts. Or you go to the store “ Part One ” in Wolfgang-Heinze-Str. 17, there is a sieve and you can choose the size, cut and colors on which you want the motif printed. Some very old designs are also available at Spreadshirt .

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Filmriss

das (Heim-)Kinomagazin

QuerBeat

offbeat- und basslastige Musik quer aus dem Gemüsebeet

Ein Bündnis Leipziger Gruppen ruft heute um 14:00 Uhr zu einer Fahrraddemonstration und Kundgebung unter dem Motto
“Kapitalismus in den Shutdown schicken – für eine solidarische Pause”
auf. Die Demonstrierenden kritisieren mit ihrer Aktion die COVID19- undGesundheitspolitik der Bundesregierung, welche Profite vor Menschenleben stellt. Als Begleitprogramm – und dezentrale Alternative – wird diese Sendung die Redebeiträge und Musik der Demo
dokumentieren.

Leipzigerinnen aus aller Welt*

Nadja Grasselli im Gespräch mit Rudaba Badakhshi (u.a. ZEOK e.V.). Eine Sendereihe des liminalraum.org und Teil des Projektes „Leipzig – Stadt der sozialen Bewegungen” des Kulturdezernats der Stadt Leipzig

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In der aktuellen Sendung sprach Marek Sancho mit Tucké Royale über die Act Out Kampagne die im Februar mit einem Manifest und einem Interview im Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin startete, über die Hürden als trans* Schauspieler und den Umgang mit schlecht informierten Kritiker_innen. Außerdem schaute sich Bela gemeinsam mit Mo eine neue Broschüre der Magnus Hirschfeld Stiftung zu den Auswirkungen der Corona Pandemie auf lsbtiqa+ Personen genauer an und fasst die Inhalte für unsere Hörer_innen zusammen.

Subscience

Bassmusik mit DJ TOKE

Fahrt ins Blaue

DJ-Nacht

ein Abend mit internationaler Clubmusik.

Radio Corax*

An dieser Stelle hört ihr das freie Radio aus Halle.

Getting involved

Radio Blau is community radio in Leipzig: And everyone is welcome to contribute and get involved. All you need is a few ideas and a love of radio. E-mail us at radioblau@radioblau.de!

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