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  1. 1LIVE - Plan B Talk: Roger Willemsen

    Roger Willemsen bei 1Live: http://www.einslive.de/sendungen/plan_b/talk/index.jsp

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  2. Françoise Cactus: “Autobigophonie”

    (BR 2004) - Länge: 59:00

    Gut erfunden ist halb erlebt. Françoise Cactus erzählt, wie alles gewesen sein könnte: Die Kindheit verbringt sie im Schloß ihrer Ahnen in einem französischen Kaff namens La Grenouillère, wo sie Zeugin der Leberzirrhose ihres Großvaters wird. Erste Jugendlieben fallen in die Zeit der Mairevolution 1968, an der sie sich mit der Plünderung der dörflichen Bäckerei beteiligt, und werden mit der Abschiebung ins Mädchenpensionat beendet. Sie verlässt die französische Provinz und geht ins geteilte Berlin, wo sie unter anderem Schlagzeugerin der Mädchenband "Die Bomben" wird. Auftritte in leeren Clubs und skurrilen Wohngemeinschaften im Berlin/Kreuzberg der achtziger Jahre folgen.

    Dem Hörspiel Autobigophonie liegt der comichaft absurde Text ihres gleichnamigen Buches zugrunde. Viele der über hundert kurzen Kapitel, von denen manche nicht mehr als fünf Zeilen lang sind, wurden von Françoise Cactus und Brezel Göring in Songs umgewandelt, Szenen mit befreundeten Berliner Musikern und Schauspielern umgesetzt, die Handlung eingebettet in ein Register, das Figuren, Schlagwörter und Sponsoren verwaltet - von A wie "Anonyme Alkoholiker" über V wie "Verzweifeltes Mädchen, das Wasser aus einer Pfütze trinkt" bis Z wie "Zig Zag, Zigarettenblättchen".

    Für die Arbeit an unserem Hörspiel waren Jacques Demys gesungene Filme sehr inspirierend. Ich bewundere Jacques Demys unschuldigen Ton und seinen Optimismus. Die Lieder, die in seinen Filmen gesungen werden, haben einen experimentellen Charakter. Meistens reimen sie sich nicht, oft haben sie eine fragliche Metrik, aber was sie charmant und unvergesslich macht, ist, dass sie natürliche Dialoge widerspiegeln. Dadurch, dass solche Sätze wie: "Guten Tag, ich möchte eine Tasse Kaffee" gesungen werden, wird das ganze Leben zur Poesie.(Françoise Cactus)

    Mit Françoise Cactus, Patrick Catani, Brezel Göring, Chris Immler, Felix Kubin, Beth Love, Gina d´Orio, Deborah Schamoni

    Komposition: Brezel Göring Regie/Realisation: Brezel Göring, Françoise Cactus

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  3. Syd Lieberman: The Italian T-Shirt

    Storyteller Syd Lieberman tells a variety of tales: historical, ancient, folk tales, and those of his own life. (http://www.sydlieberman.com/recordings/index.php)

    Featured on Forgotten Classics episode 10.

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  4. Nutrition Diva: Caffeine and Health

    Go ahead, have that second (or third or fourth) cup of coffee! Turns out, it’s good for you!

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  5. The Shock of the Knee

    About the arrival of the miniskirt in the 60’s. From http://speechification.com/2009/02/17/the-shock-of-the-knee/

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  6. The future of food: can we eat our way out of total confusion?

    Has food been replaced by nutrients; and common sense by confusion? Once upon a time we ate food. Now we eat nutrients, embedded in food-like substances, like yoghurt fortified with omega-3 or bread rolls infused with anti-oxidants. Are foods like carrots, broccoli and chicken better for you before or after they take a trip to the food processing plant? Do we need more nutrients in our diet or is it all getting out of hand? And are scientists to blame for all this confusion? ABC´s Paul Willis hosts this lively public forum with: Michael Pollan, a food writer and professor of journalism at the University of California Berkeley and author of In Defence of Food; Professor Mark Adams, dean of agriculture, University of Sydney, an expert in sustainable agriculture; Dr Ingrid Appelqvist, team leader for the CSIRO´s designed food research program.

    http://www.abc.net.au/rn/bigideas/stories/2009/2448999.htm

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  7. The Bicycle Diaries - Episode 3

    Rupa Jha introduces a montage of voices who talk about why peddle power matters in New Delhi, India.

    Here, the bicycle is fundamental to one of the city’s essential economies - the newspaper delivery industry.

    At 5:00 every morning, hundreds of newspaper deliverers gather with their bicycles in bazaars, ready to deliver the day’s news.

    The programme features deliverers who take us on their route across New Delhi. They share stories of what impact the bicycle and their job has had on their lives.

    For one 19 year old it is a way of funding his studies, and for another deliverer the income has helped to support his family.

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  8. The Bicycle Diaries - Episode 2

    The montage of voices in this programme talk about why peddle power matters in Kampala, Uganda.

    In Kampala, a particularly distinctive and sturdy metal framed bicycle can be seen everywhere, and it is used for a great deal more than commuting.

    We hear from cyclists talking about how they get around the city, bicycle repair workers, delivery workers who rely on bicycles, and a wheelchair user who owns a wheelchair made of bicycle parts.

    The programme explores why cyclists in Kampala are emotionally attached to their bicycles, and how the bicycle is put to various ingenious uses. As a two wheel mobile pay-phone stall, an ice-cream stall, and to transport heavy goods and passengers.

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  9. “Immer wenn ich traurig bin, trink ich einen Korn”

    Süddeutsche Zeitung Audio: Heinz Erhardt mit einigen seiner erinnerungswürdigen Wortwitzen und Liedzeilen. http://sz-audio.sueddeutsche.de/unterhaltung/index.php?audio=2096

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  10. The Bicycle Diaries - Episode 1

    In Paris, France a new bicycle transit system called the Velib has been installed.

    Twenty thousand bikes have been made available and can be used free of charge for up to half an hour per ride.

    They allow Parisians and tourists alike to get from A to B at their own pace, and to rediscover the beauty of the city at the same time.

    The montage of voices in the programme include the Velib’s designer and Parisian residents.

    They talk about the bicycle’s design features, how they use the system, the journeys they take, and how has the Velib has changed the city.

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