A collection of so-called ‘biographies’, short research based stories exploring important structures and events of Luxembourgish broadcasting history with rich references to textual, sonic and audiovisual sources.
First TV-channel in Luxembourg; Sailing on International Waves; The Irish Pirate; Selling to the World; Did Television kill the Radio Star?; Broadcasting Hamlet; 208 taking over Great-Britain; The Broadcasting Fortress; The Kirchberg Buildings; Europe 1: RTL’s biggest threat?; Taming the Junglinster Long Waves; First Broadcasting Site; Motors and generators; The RTL Archives in Luxembourg; Electrical…
A Piece of France in Germany; A Duel in the Ether; Avoiding Radio Confusion; The BBC and Radio Luxembourg; The French Connection; The Invisible Nuisance; Blind Spots in the Vale of Tears; Monopolizing Neutrality; Radio, Television and more…; Radio Luxembourg, a Propaganda Tool;
Last Man Standing: Benny Brown; The Elder Statesman; ’The Voice’; The First Lady; Mozart 2.0 by Leopold Hager; A Man of many Talents; The unmistakable voice of RTL Lëtzebuerg; Dying for Music; A Radio Orchestra – Why?; Music as a Full Time Job; A Musical Crisis; A Modern Note; The Weather-Forecasting Cook;
‘Luxembourgish’ ESC Victories?; To Poland with Love; Entertainment for the Motherland; First TV-channel in Luxembourgish; From mono- to multlingual TV; Radio Circus; Daily Luxembourgish TV; Lions and Stars; Who would like to win?; A European Spirit?; ‘Notre Radio’; Who runs the World ? Girls !; The 1990s Program Schedule;