images and sounds
According to Walter Filz, department stores have created collective memories. He imagines them in his essay Galeria Finissage – Last pictures from the department store (SWR 2, Sunday, 11:03 p.m.). Julian Kämper proves in his feature aaaaaaaaaathat acoustic monotony can be very versatile (DLF, Sunday, 8:05 p.m.). Kai Sieverding’s feature revolves around beats, samples and productive listening to music Flip This! (WDR 3, Saturday, 12:04 p.m.). One Long night about the literature Nobel Prize winner Tomas Tranströmer and poetry: Don’t be afraid of poetry! (DLF, Saturday, 11:05 p.m.).
Magda Woitzuck writes wonderfully whimsical stories, including in her radio play The Glass House about twin brothers – spoken by Gerti Drassl in a double role – who are in danger of getting lost in a self-created wilderness (MDR Kultur, Monday, 10 p.m.). Jewish life in Berlin is repeatedly threatened by the civilization of the present. The radio play healed by Frédéric Brenner, who has his photographs as a starting point, tells about it (Bayern 2, Friday, 9:05 p.m.).
A radio play that runs in a crime time slot and is a crime in that it unravels the little public life of a crime writer 😀ie Casa Highsmith or: Highsmith meets Highsmith (SWR 2, Saturday, 7:05 p.m.). The new Radio crime scene return to transmitter by Dominik Bernet is an SRF production and, like all Swiss cases, is set in a science fiction setting (including Bayern 2, Wednesday, 8:05 p.m.). A stock tilts into a violent frenzy in London crime thriller A Quick Killing In The City (NDR Kultur, Sunday, 7 p.m.).