WINGS #14-21 RadiOrakel, Oslo, Norway
Secrets for feminist radio survival
Uploaded: 17 Jul, 2021
Recording Date: 17 Jul, 2021
Recording Location: Balatonfured, Hungary; Austin, Texas; and Denman Island BC
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Status: Complete, Ready to Air
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Program Title: WINGS #14-21 RadiOrakel, Oslo, Norway
Description: Founded in 1982 and still on the air, RadiOrakel is said to be the oldest feminist radio station in the world. Two active station participants spoke to Frieda Werden in 2000 about the model for their station's success, which includes factors like location, voluntarism, freedom from funding constraints, and a persistent positive attitude towards new recruits. The interview took place at an AMARC Europe conference in Balatonfured, Hungary.
Host(s): Frieda Werden
Featured Speakers/Guests: Liv Gulbrandsen, 26 years old at the time of this interview, was an enthusiastic reporter at RadiOrakel. She went on to become become active in other forms of media and in politics. Ingrid Warglum, then almost 22, was the Editor in Chief of RadiOrakel in 2000 - a voluntary, and rotating, leadership position.
Credits: Produced by Frieda Werden. Music excerpted from the album Stiff Nipples 2 (1999), which can now be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rc2PH5o8EvI. Songs excerpted: Evantyr, "Lovetann"; "Blund" by Drawn; Broncho Busters, "Bridges"; TINN, "Reasons"; Barbarellas, "Girlieheart"; Karianne Arntzen , "N E Eg Klar"
Comments: At 39 years of age, RadiOrakel is still broadcast in Oslo at 99.3 FM, and its livestream and archives can be found at radiorakel.no
NewsType: Weekly Program
Arts and Culture > Radio Arts
Politics > Feminism
Politics > Activism
Arts and Culture > Music > International
Regional > Europe
Society and Culture > Women
|Comments: Liv Gulbrandsen and Ingrid Warglum from RadiOrakel women's radio in Oslo, interviewed by Frieda Werden - Music from the album Stiff Nipples 2 - originally recorded, year 2000 - updated to 2021