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FM4 Interview Podcast

Pop, Politik, Gesellschaft; wir können über alles reden! Und das in der Gesamtlänge, also (fast) ungeschnitten. Hier kann es schon Mal zur Sache gehen: schwitzende Reporter*innen, um keine Ausrede verlegene Interviewpartner*innen, aber auch entspannte, oder lustige Situationen, in denen Interessantes und Überraschendes besprochen wird.

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  • 27.07.2021
    19 MB
    09:54
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    FM4 Interview with Chorographer Dancer Jermaine Browne

    Jermaine Browne is not just a choreographer, dance teacher and model and actor, he teaches movement to actors. He has choreographed modern jazz classic hip hop contemporary and done it for the likes of world classic stages and Borat. In Vienna to hold much sought-after workshops at ImPulsTanz , he speaks with Riem Higazi who of course could not resist telling him about her stint as a Dancing Star and about doing 'The Wine-y' in highschool.

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  • 19.07.2021
    34 MB
    17:48
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    FM4 Interview with Nu Queer Cinema Pioneer Bruce LaBruce

    He is a pioneer of Nu Queer Cinema, an internationally acclaimed filmmaker, photographer, writer, and artist and his new movie Saint-Narcisse opened this year at the Venice festival and has been getting rave reviews on the festival circuit. Riem Higazi spoke unabashedly about the notion of 'taboo' and got a description of his new movie, straight from the director himself--the one and only: Bruce LaBruce.

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  • 16.07.2021
    14 MB
    07:40
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    Zandile Ndhlovu, The Black Mermaid

    Zandile Ndhlovu. The Black Mermaid. Zandile is a freediving instructor and conservationist based in Johannesburg, South Africa. In fact, she is South Africa's first Black African free diving instructor. She has also founded The Black Mermaid Foundation to help Black people overcome their fear of the underwater world. Riem Higazi had the most interesting conversation with Zandile but it was Zandile who asked the first question.

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  • 15.07.2021
    44 MB
    23:04
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    FM4 Interview with Politics Girl (Leigh McGowan)

    In case you need an introduction and she hasnt come up on your social media feeds --Politics Girl is a daily TikTok/IG/Twitter rant on politics and the world as well as an easy to understand bi-monthly YouTube vlog aimed at educating and inspiring voters to reengage with the political process. Politics Girl is also Leigh McGowan, a woman who decided to get proactive when it comes to the various threats on American democracy in the past few years and shes done that via short, engaging, passionate video clips on social mediathe clips have garnered quite a following including celebrity fans. Riem Higazi had a chance to speak with Leigh , Politics Girl, and they spoke about a LOT of stuff including the For the People Act, a bill proposed to expand voting rights instead of oppress them which, as we know from the news headlines, is what is happening across the United States right now. Butbefore they got into the crux of the politics part of the chat, Riem asked, Leigh, how are you?

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  • 13.07.2021
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    08:11
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    FM4 Interview with Director Barry Sonnenfeld on Schmigadoon!

    Musicals. Are you a lovah or a hate-ah? Well, there's a new series on Apple+TV that will appeal to the lovers and the haters: Schmigadoon! The six-part series follows couple Josh and Melissa, played by Keegan-Michael Key and Cecily Strong, as they find themselves lost on a couples hiking retreat. They somehow find their way to very colourful town colourful in set design, costumes, and in casting. Schmigadoon! Is a tongue in cheek nod to the 1954 American Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer musical Brigadoon and a very nu-school version of old-school musicals which were mostly white and straight when it comes to representation. Riem Higazi was very happy to interview Schmigadoon! director Barry Sonnenfeld. He was once the cinematographer for the Coen brothers before he started directing major Hollywood blockbusters such as the Men in Black trilogy.

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  • 12.07.2021
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    12:43
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    FM4 Interview mit Dr. Julia Schnetzer, Autorin von "Wenn Haie Leuchten"

    Das Meer ist in aller Munde, könnte man sagen, wenn das nicht so ein schiefes Bild wäre Im Hinblick auf Klimawandel und Artensterben steht der größte Lebensraum der Welt immer mehr im Fokus - sei es von Umweltschützer*Innen, Klimaexpert*innen oder auch wissenschaftlichen Disziplinen wie Energietechnik, Humanmedizin oder Biochemie. Nun ist ein besonders faszinierendes Buch über Meereslebewesen erschienen. Die Meeresbiologin Dr. Julia Schnetzer beschreibt in ihrem Buch Wenn Haie leuchten mit einer Mischung aus staunender, fast kindlicher Faszination und wissenschaftlicher Genauigkeit allerlei erstaunliche Dinge, die wir von diesem Geheimnisvollen Ökosystem noch nicht wussten - Boris Jordan teilt diese Faszination und hat Julia Schnetzer übers Meer befragt.

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  • 09.07.2021
    38 MB
    19:50
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    FM4 Interview with Louis Forster of The Goon Sax

    Louis Forster ist der Sänger und Gitarrist der australischen Band The Goon Sax und er ist der Sohn des Sängers und Gitarristen Robert Forster, der ein Gründungsmitglied der legendären Indie-Band The Go-Betweens war. Nun ist das neue Album von The Goon Sax erschienen. Es trägt den Titel Mirror II. Christian Lehner hat mit Louis Forster über bayrischen Familenwurzeln, Paranoia beim Songschreiben und Mirror II gesprochen.

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  • 01.07.2021
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    08:00
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    FM4 Interview with First Nation politician Sol Mamakwa on Canada Day

    July 1st is Canada Day, a federal holiday meant to mark the nations birth but this year, many Canadians have chosen to cancel celebrations in favour of solemn reflection. For over 100 years, Canada had a policy of removing First Nation and Indigenous children as young as six years old from their families and placing them in residential schools run jointly by churches and the government. The idea at the time (and this time lasted up until 1996) was to assimilate indigenous children into white society. Not only did the policy fail, countless lives were stolen, countless children were murdered. The past few months, thanks to improved technology, unmarked graves with hundreds of childrens remains were uncovered across Canada, first in British Columbia, and last week in Saskatchewan. Riem Higazi spoke with First Nation politician Sol Mamakwa about a decidedly different Canada Day this year.

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