Once a month FREIRAD (free radio Innsbruck, Austria) picks out one of it’s recent radio-shows and sends it to Toulouse: political talk, literature, social policy, discussions … all in German (and somtimes slightly Tyrolean) language. Learn a bit more about the « alpine » point of view on contemporary subjects. Get to know some social, political and cultural initiatives or other committed people and associations. There’s more to it than just yodeling … In exchange we receive a radio-show of ONDE COURTE every month for the programm « Carte Blanche« . Radio-Ping-Pong between Toulouse and Innsbruck.
Le programme est mis à disposition selon les termes de la licence de libre diffusion Creative Commons Attribution – Pas d’Utilisation Commerciale – Pas de Modification 4.0 International.
Durée : 40 minutes environ
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Avril 2018 :: Radiocast #006 – KulturTon – Gisela Hormayr / Lukas Morscher
Episode 1 : « If I could at least say good bye » : Studio-talk with Gisela Hormayr
The historian and author is guest in « Kulturgespräche » (culure-talks) with host Michael Haupt and presents her new book in which she collected farewell-letters of victims of the NS-regime in Tyrol.
More informations about the book « Wenn ich wenigstens von euch Abschied nehmen könnte » (2017 Studienverlag) can be found here: www.studienverlag.at
Episode 2 : The potato and World War I : Studio-talk with Lukas Morscher
The people of North Tirol existential troubles to get enough food during World War I. They had to queue for many hours just to get a little amount of food or very often nothing at all. Especially milk, bread, sugar and meat were almost impossible to get. Very important in those years was the potato-plant.
Lukas Morscher of the city-archive in Innsbruck talks with Michael Haupt about this particular period in the history of Tirol and the alpine area.
Mars 2018 :: Radiocast #005 – Clusterfuck Project
Radio-essai de la série d’émissions projet Clusterfuck
Projekt Clusterfuck is a Radioshow presenting radio-essays about everything and nothing – from the dust to motorway service areas, from the overlapping of black metal and blues to nothingness.
Episode 1: Motorway service areas as non-places and places of desire ;
Episode 2: Language, translation and power in George Lucas’ “Start Wars” movies.
More information: https://projektclusterfuck.tumblr.com
Février 2018 :: Radiocast #004 – Internationalen Tag gegen Faschismus und Antisemitismus
International day against fascism and antisemitism of the radio-series: « das mensch. gender queer on air » guest in the studio: Claudia Globisch (sociologist – University of Innsbruck) .
you hear a show that was produced for the International day against fascism and antisemitism (9 November): In the studio with us is Claudia Globisch who is sociologist in the university of Innsbruck. Her main research-topics are antisemitism and right-wing extremism. She’s also organizer of the lecture course « The Dynamics of the Contemporary Far Right » which can also be re-listened on FREIRAD. She will talk with us about antisemitism (from left and right), right-wing extremism, right-wing populism and typical argumentation-patterns of that milieu.
makers: mar_ry, Katherina Dandler
Janvier 2018 :: Radiocast #003 – Völkische Verbindungen – Burschenschaften und Politik in Österreich
The Dynamics of the Present Right („Die Dynamik der gegenwärtigen Rechten“)
Dr. Bernhard Weidinger (Documentation Archive of Austrian Resistance) Moderation: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Max Preglau (Institute of Sociology / University of Innsbruck)
The lecture deals with the political significance of fraternities and other German national student associations in Austria. It deals with both boy’s history and ideology as well as the close relations of the fraternities with the FPÖ and extra-parliamentary right-wing extremism.
Dr. Weidinger works at the DÖW in Vienna and wrote his dissertation on academic fraternity and politics in Austria after 1945. His research interests include international right-wing extremism and neo-Nazism, student connections, masculinities and nationalistic nationalism.
Organization: Ass.-Prof.in Dr.in Claudia Globisch (Institute of Sociology / University of Innsbruck) & Manuel Mayrl (Grüne Bildungswerkstatt Tirol)
Décembre 2017 :: Radiocast #002 – Kultur ton // avec 2 épisodes
Part 1. Danke! Die Tödliche Doris (Berlin in the 1980s)
An exibition in the gallery of the city Schwaz (in Tyrol, Austria) showed works of Kathe Kruse – an important figure in the subculture of 1980s Berlin. She was member of the music/perfomance-group “Die Tödliche Doris” (the deadly Doris) with Wolfgang Müller und Nikolaus Utermöhlen. They were the creators of the influential “not-movement” of the “brilliant dilettantes”. You hear interviews with Käthe Kruse, Cosima Rainer (of the city gallery Schwaz) and MatthiasOsterwold (Artdirector of the festival “Klanspuren” in Schwaz).
Part 2. The future of alpine-agriculture
The agriculture in the mountain-areas is of great significance for the life in the Alps. Nowadays it’s facing new challenges: to find a balance between economical and social requirements and environment friendly solutions. For the “Alpine-Convention” preserving is a must!
On September 13 and 14 there was a conference taking place regarding the future of mountainagriculture
in the alpine area organized by the Austrian presidency of the Alpine Convention with more than 300 participating organizations.
Novembre 2017 :: Radiocast #001 – Grüne Bildungswerkstatt – ”Die autoritäre Revolte”
”Die autoritäre Revolte” : The program explores the thought and action of contemporary far right movements, parties and actors from an interdisciplinary perspective. The invited speakers will discuss theoretical and empirical research on different countries and social groups and will offer explanations as well as reflections on the possibilities of educational work against right-wing extremism. Dr. Volker Weiß (Hamburg), Moderation: Mag. Nikolaus Hagen (University of Innsbruck)
About FREIRAD Freies Radio Innsbruck:
FREIRAD is a Free Radio with Open Access in the middle of the rather conservative province of Tyrol/Austria. We invite as many people as possible to bring their themes and content on air themselves. This appeal is directed particularly at individuals and groups that are largely ignored by established media. In this way we aim to counteract social marginalisation. FREIRAD is a medium for people and opinions. Critical and open. Socio-political and committed. Informative and varied. FREIRAD is a non-profit, non-commercial and transparent project, organised as an association and carried by the programme makers and other committed individuals. Come and visit us!