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Radiofabrik-Blogg

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The first production of the Radiofabrik in the context of the Grundtvig Project “Memory under construction – giving voice to forgotten memories” –  is an episode of the show “Perlentaucher“. The episode has been aired on the 26th of September 2014, on the occasion of the “Langer Tag der Flucht”. In this episode of “Perlentaucher” Norbert K. Hund and Christopher Schmall discuss the topic of refugees.

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The second production of the Radiofabrik in the context of the Grundtvig Project “Memory under construction – giving voice to forgotten memories” – is a special episode of the show “Artarium” aired on December 21st, 2014. In this episode Norbert K. Hund and Christopher Schmall talk about the community service volunteers who assist refugees in Salzburg.

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“Reflections of an Economic Migrant” is a stand-alone programme in two parts produced by Maria-Fe Ortner for Radiofabrik. Part I talks about the singer Udo Jürgens, the song he dedicated to Greek migrant workers who came to Germany in the 1970s, and three generations of his own family’s migration history. It also talks about Conchita Wurst and her message of tolerance and respect, and how this contrasted with the news headlines of May 2014 in Salzburg.

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In Part 2 of “Reflections of an Economic Migrant”, producer Maria-Fe Ortner talks about how Austrian football player David Alaba is held up not only as a model of successful integration, but also as a target for everyday racism. She also talks about the Makartsteg footbridge in Salzburg, and how it has grown to symbolize a new awareness of the city’s collective memory. Finally, she tells the story of how she came to Salzburg and became an economic migrant.

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“Armutsmigrantinnen ins Salzburg” (poverty migration in Salzburg) is a stand-alone programme in two parts produced by Sabine Manhartsberger for Radiofabrik. The first part, titled “die Stimmen Alexandras und Irinas” (the voices of Alexandra and Irina) features an interview with two Romanian women who left their home country in search of a better future and became beggars in Salzburg.

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The second part of “Armutsmigrantinnen ins Salzburg” is titled “Die Stimme Gruias” (the voice of Gruia). It features an interview with Gruia, a middle-aged man from Romania who moved to Salzburg with his family and now sells the street magazine “Apropos” as a living.

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