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Since January this year Datscha Radio resides in Taiwan, where it traces the links between the local ecologies. We broadcast live once a week from a rooftop terrace in Taipei (until March 11). Also planned for 2019 is a new radio event series in Berlin, realized collectively with the radio producers Kate Donovan, Niki Matita, Helen Thein and Rosanna Lovell: “NIGHTGARDENING”. Stay tuned!

Soundmapping and Dragonfruits: 2nd Show

Last week, it took me three hours of travel across the city in order to purchase a heavyweight black lump ...
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Preview Show #2: 30th of Jan.

This upcoming Wednesday, Datscha Radio will focus on issues of field recording, farming and life in the village. The sound ...
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Guzheng and Flower songs: 1st Show in Taipei

The day started with an expedition into the audio equipment world of Taipei: A broadcast-compatible second microphone was missing. To ...
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Getting Ready…

For the next seven weeks, Datscha Radio will plant its 'radio day' each on a different week day, progressing from ...
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A New Jingle

Yesterday I received great help for our jingle, – and the writing in the picture, „Hua yuan dian tai“, means ...
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Taipei’s Flower Market

Taipei's flower market is located under the protective rain shield of a flyover about 100 meters from Daan Park. It's ...
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Treasure Hill Garden Views

(Translation follows) Treasure Hill Artist Village im Zhongzheng Distrikt Taipehs liegt nahe am Fluss, über dem ein Wirrwarr an Flyovers ...
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Open Call Taipei 2019

Field recordists & composers, morning larks and moles, sound spies and spellers: The Garden is Calling! Datscha Radio Taipei calls ...
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2019!

Dear radiophiles and friends! Datscha Radio wishes you health and happiness, ongoing inspiration, smooth transmissions and generally good luck for ...
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Radio Gardening in Taiwan

Datscha Radio travels to Taiwan! It's now official: As one of the selected artists for the Treasure Hill Artist Residency ...
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