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Radio Luftballett

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What is Radio Luftballet? Radio Luftballet—anchored at the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL)—is a place for imagining new worlds and sharing people’s stories about how we can contribute to the transition to a more sustainable society. Radio Luftballet hopes to open up connections and collaborations between the many sectors—cultural, commercial, social, political—working on transitions within their fields. In this project we wish to keep alive the historic ambitions of utopi ...
 
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Even with enough food, South Africa still has a high level of food insecurity. We talk to people who are fixing the problem. Also, historian Tom Lodge assesses the SACP’s influence. Chapters: 02:13 - Soup kitchen 09:01 - Agriculture 20:33 - Food/Ayanda 28:44 - SACPNew Frame による
 
Only 20% of people in South Africa are vaccinated. We visit a mine that achieved 80%. Also, Imraan Coovadia on poison as a political weapon and why the farmer protests in India still matter. Chapters: 01:44 - Mine 27:18 - Imraan Coovadia 41:58 - Vijay PrashadNew Frame による
 
An activist paid the ultimate price for resisting a mine digging for profit on her doorstep, but her neighbours fight on. Meanwhile, South Africa’s Left is getting the climate emergency wrong. Chapters: 00:00 - Teaser 01:22 - Environmental justice 25:15 - Steven Friedman 40:20 - Sign-offNew Frame による
 
Global thinker Mahmood Mamdani helps make sense of two decades of the so-called War on Terror. And Kyle Shepherd explains why his response to the Covid-19 pandemic is a solo piano album. Chapters: 00:00 - Teasers 02:15 - Mahmood Mamdani 22:26 - Kyle ShepherdNew Frame による
 
Can podcasts be a force for progressive change? We look at global examples and then hone in on African podcasts, plus a popular South African broadcaster who has crossed over. Hosted by: Musawenkosi Cabe Guests: Eusebius McKaiser, Samira Sawlani and Nick Nyamusa Chapters: 00:00 - Intro 02:05 - Political podcasts 09:48 - Eusebius McKaiser 26:07 - Sa…
 
The Marikana massacre and the Life Esidimeni scandal keep reminding us that justice is an easy word to use, but difficult to get. We talk to a few South Africans who won’t give up. Hosted by: Tebadi Mmotla Guests: Suzen Phoshoko, Father Michael Lapsley and Nadira Omarjee Chapters: 00:00 - Intro 02:51 - Esidimeni 21:15 - Lapsley 37:26 - Omarjee…
 
As an African living in Australia but with deep roots in South Africa, writer Sisonke Msimang is an insider-outsider. She tells us how she felt from afar as South Africa was burning. Guests: Sisonke Msimang Song: Wathint' Abafazi, Wathint' Imbokotho – Nothembi Mkhwebane Production: The Good People at Between Productions Editor: Charles Leonard…
 
In an exclusive interview, retired Constitutional Court Judge Edwin Cameron considers how our progressive Constitution has failed many South Africans, especially those on the margins. Chapters 00:00 - Teasers 01:22 - Scene setter 06:32 - Edwin Cameron 19:07 - Trans sex workerNew Frame による
 
Despite South Africa’s progressive Constitution guaranteeing the rights of all, no matter sexual orientation, LGBTQIA+ people still experience the horrors of homophobia and bigotry. Chapters: 00:00 Teasers 01:41 Nathaniel Mbele 08:51 Sheila Barsel 22:52 Azania SengwayoNew Frame による
 
Stories of subversion: Flag burning, white anti-apartheid activists, a long-haired marathon champion; and how one of Cairo’s few female hip-hop artists is sticking it to the man. Chapters: 1:59 - Republic Day (Andrew Borraine) 13:54 - Bruce Fordyce 36:22 - FelukahNew Frame による
 
In this special focus on Palestine: how dock workers showed solidarity, non-violent resistance in the face of extreme Israeli violence and why Israel is an apartheid state. Chapters: 00:00 - Teasers 01:43 - Dock Workers 19:03 - Palestinian Resistance 31:00 - John DugardNew Frame による
 
Everyone can be a social media influencer in a hyper-capitalist society. What comes next in advertising? Also, we look at the sinister side of the internet economy. Chapters: 0:00- Teasers 1:04- Marketing and influencers 24:47- Adam Haupt 42:45- Song: Miriam Makeba - Toyota FantasieNew Frame による
 
SA Rugby’s head explains the controversial way the Springboks will approach Black Lives Matter during the British & Irish Lions’ tour. Also, we explore the movement against racism in Poland’s football. Chapters: 0:00 - Teasers 1:23 - Rugby 16:45 - Covid Rugby 24:37 - Mark Alexander 37:48 - Poland Football…
 
We visit the Cissie Gool House. Is this occupation a model for affordable housing? Why the Paris Commune matters 150 years on. And, the story of a song with its roots in the Commune. 00:00 - Teasers 01:12 - Cissy Gool 11:37 - Paris Commune 25:35 - The InternationaleNew Frame による
 
The gig economy is a striking example of how work has changed during the Covid-19 pandemic. We investigate how this on-demand work has eroded workers’ rights but may lead to new types of unions. 00:00 - Teasers 01:28 - GigEconomy 12:01 - Eddie Webster 23:53 - This Train by Bunny WailerNew Frame による
 
In this final episode for the year, Radio New Frame reflects on 2020. For the first time since lockdown, the whole team, masked and at a distance, got together and picked some of our favourite interviews. Hosted by: Tebadi Mmotla Guests: Lewis Gordon, Angela Davis, Achille Mbembe, Senzo Mbatha, Lee Randall, Damon Locks, Lehlohonolo Majake-Mogoba, B…
 
Feminist thinker Pumla Gqola tries to make sense of 2020, an anxious migrant truck driver takes us on the long road and what the Constitutional Court ruling means for South Africa’s domestic workers. Hosted by: Musawenkosi Cabe Guests: Pumla Gqola, Dayson Mukwewa, Freeman Bhengu, Eunice Dhladhla, Bongi Mahlangu, Pinky Mashiane, Kelebogile Khunou an…
 
South Africa’s economic hub, Johannesburg, is also its most stressed city. Some Joburgers tell us why they’re so anxious. Also, South Africa’s first openly gay male footballer is kicking bigotry out of the sport. Hosted by: Njabulo Ngidi Guests: Nicky Falkof, Sipho Khoza, Bokani Dyer, Benjamin Haile, Henriette Geldenhuys, Phuti Lekoloane Songs: Mid…
 
Watching Ethiopia from afar, a Johannesburg community leader speaks about his fears. Jeremy Corbyn’s “antisemitism” is nonsense, says a Jewish ally. Also, a happy ending for a South African jazz classic. Hosted by: Tebadi Mmotla Guests: Tadesse Yemane, Chris Changwe Nshimbi, Andrew Feinstein, Ibrahim Khalil Shihab Songs: Inglan is a Bitch by Linton…
 
South Africa’s mineral wealth has been built on the backs of Black people. Damaging mining practises still take its toll on people’s health. Also, is it now payback time to the Left for Joe Biden? Hosted by: Musawenkosi Cabe Guests: Charles van der Merwe, Rosalind Plaatjies, Vernon Melton, Siya Genu, David van Wyk and Claudia de la Cruz Songs: Stim…
 
In a country still dominated by the defeated Donald Trump, four progressives tell us about their America. And, how a South African became the performance analyst for Africa’s top football club. Hosted by: Njabulo Ngidi Guests: Anita Rohira, Kenichi Serino, Raj Patel, Belén Marco, Musi Matlaba Production: The Good People at Between Productions Edito…
 
Did South Africa give up justice for reconciliation? We look at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s unfinished business. Good news for the Left: the socialists won in Bolivia. But can they keep the right wing at bay? Hosted by: Tebadi Mmotla Guests: Elizabeth Floyd, Moleko Phakedi, Moray Hathorn and Benjamin Dangl Poem: In Detention – Chris v…
 
We visit a municipality where corruption threatens even the basics such as drinking water. Also, how Black Lives Matter will affect African Americans’ votes in the United States elections. Hosted by: Musawenkosi Cabe Guests: Tinane Ragetla, Mamoya Moletsali, Johannes Mokoena, Johann Tempelhoff, De’Vonna Pittman, Toussaint Losier Song: A Change is G…
 
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