mit Angeline Fischer
Tags Kultur, Talk-radio
Susanne Horzinek, a unique individual marking her own path. Originally from the country previously known as Yugoslavia, she came to Germany as a young girl to be reunited with her father who had come to Germany as a so-called "guest worker". Admiring her father's craftmanship as a glassblower, she at a young age was drawn to hairdressing by seeing the transformation of customers' mood and appearance at a local hair salon. Already at 10 years of age, she had made the decision. Among other stations, she went to London to continue studying new methods, trends, and technologies at Vidal Sasson academy. Sustainability, nature and animal rights brought her to create "Fair Hair" which uses healthy alternatives to regular dyes. She also became a member of Coiffeur Justes, which recycles hair to restore ocean and other waters from pollution from toxins such as oil spills. Fair Hair here
Claudia & Hans Stöckle reflect on the beauty of Nepal and its people in this latest episode. Working with Doctors without Borders, Hans first went to Nepal was over 10 years ago. Now the couple has been back seven times. Wonderous mountains and welcoming people are how they describe this special place. A pediatrician and child neurologist, Hans mentored medical personal with the vision of empowering local medical staff. Claudia visited to travel and also offers her physiotherapy knowledge in training and assisting locals. Nepal Hilfe Funding Drive. Nepal, already a low-resource country with poor infrastructure, continues to suffer severely due to the COVID pandemic. Many inhabitants living hand to mouth. Families have been hit hard due to heavy restrictions and most of their income being tied to tourism. There connection to the country and hearing of the situation Claudia and Hans have been able to help many families during the first wave through local Trekking Guide Temba, providing them with cooking equipment and foods such as rice and lentils. Now things have become even more challenging due to the recent landslide Claudia and Hans have begun a funding drive Nepal Hilfe. Temba continues to provide local aid to families delivering food and supplies. For more information about donating or recent activities contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Nour Darwisch shares his passion for music and introduced us to his traditional instrument the Oud. In our talk, Nour recalls some of his musical highlights to date and his message of understanding between cultures. In a quick time in his newfound country, he has experienced several collaborations blending European and oriental styles. The Oud is considered the grandfather of many other string instruments such as guitar and saz.
Lady Glass Tea Louise Glas otherwise know as Lady Glass tea spreads the inspiration of her love o tea. Philippine-born, now living in Germany, she craved the still moments and wisdom of good tea. At a loss for the quality of tea, she knew in her early life, Louise decided to get licensed and now sources her own tea blends. The art of tea as well as her romantic associations with the different types of tea PersonalitTEAs are discussed as well as her online tea parties. For more information about her tea parties or tea assortment visit her shop The Lady Glass here
Rukiye Cankiran Author and journalist Rukiye Cankiran presents her new book entitled „Das geraubte Glück“ (stolen happiness). This non-fiction work explores topics such as child and forced marriage in the overall context of violence against women. What is unique about her research is a deep look into families dynamics, social and societal expectations, and their intersections. Her fieldwork (over 20 years working in social work and over 10 years in immigrant and women’s issues) are the foundations shedding light on the complexity of these issues. Rukiye’s visit was organized in cooperation with the Migrantinnen Verein (a women’s organization whose aim is to support the empowerment of Turkish-speaking women).
For more information about Rukiye's activities visit her page Rukiye Cankiran here
Celebrating UNESCO World Radio Day 2021 | Journée mondiale de la Radio | Día Mundial de la Radio | Всемирный День Радио | 世界广播日 | اليوم العالمي للإذاعة Join us as we celebrate 10th anniversary of World Radio Day. Solution and I chat about this year's theme " New World. New Radio." For over 110 years today radio is an integral part of our world as it continues to evolve, and connect.
International and world music and some reflection on how our programming has changed over the years in showing a diversity of perspectives are all in the mix. Want to participate? Join our poll on what radio means to you on our community social media pages.
The End Game Band Our guests this week are Andy Yarahmadi (arrangements), Shahram Ghaerdi (vocals), and Jochen Steinert (bass) of The End Game Band, who visited the radiofips Studio. A combination of Persian pop, rock, and blues, this young group has already produced several songs. Not only a multicultural band with members having American, Persian, German, and Romanian backgrounds but also across borders in that Iranian lyricist Eyas Mahmoodinia collaborated from abroad.
In picture: Joachim Steinert, Shahram Ghaedi. Andy Yarahmadi
Other members: Mani Ghiasi, Shobeir Sheida, Marius Baniceru, Mehrdad Nekouei, Elyas Mahmoodinia
Haknalka Péter from LAKVAR Our guest this week is Hajnalka Péter, cofounder and singer of LAKVAR, who visited the radiofips studio. Taking us on her musical journey. Breaking away from cliches, she discusses her need for collaboration and a new era of music that builds on impressions and the sharing of responsibility for one another.
We discuss her musical beginnings and the influence of her Hungarian-Bulgarian background.
Collaboration and interaction seem essential to this artist’s raison d’etre, which is also apparent in her recollection of her earlier visit to Aleppo and the deep impression the people left with her.
With a strong respect for traditional elements and music, she is fearless in her art ... breaking away and expressing powerful rawness at one moment, and a childlike tenderness at the next.
The latest release “Sabotage and Tradition” with LAKVAR she cofounded with Georgian composer and guitarist Zura Dzagnidze. Other diverse members include Hungarian jazz bass player Péter Papesch, Bulgarian Türkisch percussionist Tayfun Ates, German jazz violin player Florian Vogel and Italian drummer Santino Scavelli.
LAKVAR has already received many accolades, and rightfully so, including place 5 on the Balkan charts and nomination for the Deutsche Schallplatten Kritik. More about LAKVAR here
Of course, we also talk about her other projects including Evas Äpfel Ensemble with traditional music created by women. More here
Also, the collaborative Women of Music WOM where women share knowledge and network. Also how WOM is now extending its borders to collaborate with talent in countries such as Hungary. More here
An international Christmas special with sustainability tips for the New Year!
No doubt that this has been a trying year, as we readjust to a new reality. Never has it been so clear that our world is connected. We take a moment to review and rejoice in all that is good and celebrate the holiday season. With international holiday sounds and tips on being more sustainable in the new year,
Let's continue to take care of one another. Wishing you peace and happiness for the New Year.
The sustainability Advents Challenge is here! 2020 has been a year full of challenges due to the COVID virus and its subsequent health and safety measures.
Even in our current isolation, never has it been so clear that our world is connected. Our daily actions impact our local communities, but also touch others worldwide and and influence the next generation. Agenda 2030 works on many of the bigger themes affecting our world. Our local Göppingen group has put together a sustainability challenge for the advent season. Feel free to join in!
Im Gespräch mit Alexander Maier beim English Breakfast
Wie viele von euch bereits wissen sind die Interkulturellen Wochen jetzt um. Doch das Thema Interkultur bleibt stetig aktuell. Alexander Maier, einer der diesjährigen Oberbürgermeister Kandidaten, kam deshalb zum Englisch Breakfast ins Studio 1 und wir haben zusammen über das Thema Interkultur gesprochen.
Start your morning with a special blend of English Breakfast found only at radiofips: an intercultural radio program featuring the internationally minded and culturally curious in Göppingen and the region. We profile and interview guest interested in local communities, bringing experiences from around the world. This program is hosted in English with a unique mix of German flavours.
Der perfekte Start in den Tag mit dem Aroma von English Breakfat auf radiofips: eine Sendung für interkulturell und international interessierte Hörer in Göppingen und Umgebung. Wir stellen Gäste vor, die an lokalen Geschehnissen interessiert sind und Erfahrungen aus aller Welt einbringen. Das Programm ist moderiert in Englisch bietet aber auch einige deutsche “Geschmacksnoten”
As member of Stadtverband Kultur Göppingen we take the pledge from the „die Vielen“
Take care and best wishes. Angeline ♥
English Breakfast crew
“Fostering communication and creating bridges” between people and cultures is what drives me in all of my actions. Specialization: culture, inter-culture, arts scene. Producer and radio host, on-location reporting, event organization and stage moderation.