Radio program during the Hyderabad Literary Festival Jan 2020 in chronological order.
24th of jan 2020 (on FM in BOL Hyderabad, Radio Corax Halle/Germany, Radio Fratz Neumünster/ Germany, partly on other stations in Germany, Austria and UK)
25th of jan 2020 (on FM in BOL Hyderabad, Radio Fratz Neumünster/ Germany, partly on other stations in Germany, Austria and UK)
26t of jan 2020 (on FM in BOL Hyderabad, Radio Fratz Neumünster/ Germany, partly on other stations in Germany, Austria and UK)
Description for single parts of the programm here
Below, the recordings are arranged on topics, discussions and protagonists.
A talk with the Malayalam novelist Benyamin right after his panel in the festival
Game in Malayalam
Responding to a language game with a musical instrument. The musician in conversation with the radio team.
In conversation with the poet Alfred Taylor with Kieran Dolin
What can be literature in villages? Parveda Chandra Kiran and Vaishalee Das.
Girls Talk — Menstrual hygiene
Girls from The Nation’s Rock Beat
Girls talk — Against wellness
Paromita Vohra “different people feel different things”
Patruni Chidananda Sastry about the basics of Drag in Indian tradition
Girls talk — Beauty and Pleasure
Author Saba Dewan about sexual pleasure
Jai Undurti & Fabian Stoltz talking about pleasure
Students of the Vidyaranya High School visit the radio for the last minutes of the first day of the Festival
In conversation with DJ Bala, Bol Hyderabad
In conversation with filmmakers Maha Venkatesh and Praveena Paruchuri
Khyrunnisa A. shares her writing and her approach of characters
A few questions about Haiku with Kala Ramesh
Rachna Chowla talks about stories, tales, fables
Story teller Saad Muhammed
Tale tellers Troop India
Shefali Rao, the Co-Founder of Food4Thought
Satish Mandalaparthy — aka Crimson worked with All India Radio & Red FM as an RJ & Programming producer — about radio
Future of HLF with Vidjay Kumar ‑one of the directors and co-founder of the festival
In the middle of so much literature, we had the pleasure to hear from someone who got inspired to write and to speak out a fresh poem.
Abhisheck on translation
The street is loud and full of literature Jasmina and Ralf
Question from the audience: How are we picking our topics?
Radio shows Exile Exhale Exit 2019
first mobile exit for ODD in Bucharest June 2019 — Jasmina Al-Qaisi and Ralf Wendt with audio accounts authored by Kurt Tucholski, Tocotronic u.a.
second mobile exit from Berlin for Moonah Radio Tasmania December 2019 — Natalia Acevedo-Ferreira, Jasmina Al-Qaisi, Andreea Bellu, Matei Bellu, Maria Karpushina, Elisabeth Rändel, Ralf Wendt with audio accounts authored by Theodor W. Adorno, Walter Benjamin, Jack Body, Thomas Brasch, Bertold Brecht, Achille Mbembe, Heiner Müller, Mika Rottenberg, Shuddhabrata Sengupta, John Zorn