Over and Out

tower-text-3The switching off of the transmitter last Sunday at midnight marked the end of Radiophrenia 2016.

We now want to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their support in making this festival happen.

We’d like to thank:

Creative Scotland for funding such an unusual project.

All the staff at CCA for their support particularly Ainslie Roddick, Kenny Christie, all the tech staff and the (beyond the call of) Duty Managers.

All the commissioned artists, the live performers, those who came into the studio to perform, the hundreds of artists and producers whose work we broadcast, all our continuity announcers and everyone who responded to the open call.

Finally a huge thank you to all our listeners in Glasgow and in 39 countries around the world, and all those who tweeted, facebooked and wrote about us.

We welcome your feedback and comments on what we got right, what we could do better and which programmes and events were highlights.

If you’re going to miss the kind of work we broadcast we recommend tuning in to Radio Revolten. It’s a month long radio festival in Halle, Germany which has invited more than 70 artists from 17 countries to Halle am Saale to present 30 days of contemporary radio art in the form of performances, installations, concerts and live radio broadcasts. Radiophrenia will be there to represent Scotland and present the highlights of our broadcasts along with many of the artists whose work we’ve featured, including, Felix Kubin, The Resonance Radio Orchestra, Xentos Fray Bentos, Anna Friz and many more. Broadcasts begin on 1st October. Find out more at radiorevolten.net

The Radiophrenia schedule is also a goldmine of information about all the artists whose work we broadcast. We recommend investigating further, and you will discover links to many hours of innovative and exciting audio.

Keep an eye on our facebook and twitter feeds for news and audio.

Best wishes from the Radiophrenia team.