bauhaus.fm

Das experimentelle Radio an der Bauhaus-Universität Weimar | UKW 106.6 MHz

U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer Adrey Garret uses a ham radio at Williams Air Operating Facility during the 1956 winter. Ham radio was the only means of voice communication with friends and family back in the U.S. for navy personnel living and working in Antarctica in the days before satellite telephone technology became common.
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bauhaus.fm International, April 27th–May 3rd

Monday, April 27th

  • 7 pm to 8 pm – “Nach dem Kino”
    The cineaste’s best friend
  • 8 pm to 9 pm – “generation q”
    Wie geht es euch?
  • 9 pm to 10 pm – “bauhaus.fm-Rundfunkorcherster”
    beep boop bap
  • 10 pm to 11 pm –  “Quarantine Around The World”
     How are you?

Wednesday, April 29th

  • 8 pm to 9 pm – “Cherries for Lunch”
    for inspirational reasons
  • 9 pm to 10 pm – “Not Just Any Cruise”
    Take off on a groovy ride to the city shore

Friday, May 1st

  • 8pm to 10 pm – “Grammophon der Zukunft”
    Good music from the past for a better future

Image: U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer Adrey Garret uses a ham radio at Williams Air Operating Facility during the 1956 winter (public domain).