Ö1 establishes daily moderation and a new lunch bar

ORF radio director Ingrid Thurnher announced the program reform in early December. At the time, he promised that “Key Voices” would perform live in moderation. A weekday topic list (from 4:05pm) and in the afternoons, on Mondays, there will be space for current philosophical and scientific lectures in the “Scientific Arena” – a “Laboratory for Experiments for Inquiry”. Mars is reserved for literature in the form of “soundtracks”. In the future, the two authors will meet in loose succession under the label “On the Road With” to discuss writing, life and success. A focus is on young Austrian literature. “In Focus” deals with topics related to religion and ethics on Wednesdays. Jupiter provides health information with “Yes Pulse”. The program is a point of contact for health queries with direct contact with visitors. Friday marks the first air date of “The Conversation.” The title bar at 3:55 pm is preceded by “Title: History”.

Ö1 Compilation of news magazines should bring more clarity. In the future, the media journal “#doublecheck” will be heard on the first Thursday of the month after “Ö1 Abendjournal”. On the last Thursday of the month, the business magazine “Salto” takes over this space. “Cleartext” often appears in this bar as a flexible form of speech.

“Sound Art” will be a new series at 11:03 p.m. The focus is on contemporary art, with music on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays, poetry on Wednesdays and audio art on Thursdays. Even later, “Ö1 Nachtmusik” offers exclusive Ö1 concert recordings and classical recordings from other European Broadcasting Union (EBU) radio stations from Monday to Saturday from 1:03 a.m. to 6 a.m.

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Monday through Thursday from 10:05 a.m. to 11 a.m., the “Chosen Ones” present music from chamber music to a cappella in the context of their time. Monday to Friday from 11:30 am to 11:57 am you can hear the latest from the world of classical music on “Presented”.

If you want to know what's happening on Ö1 right now, you should tune in on Sundays from 6:15 to 7 p.m., when the talk format “Ö1 Hinterzimmer” will run in the future. ORF staff are invited to a conversation around the topics covered by Ö1 in its various forms. Later, Austrian musicians will be guests (7:05pm to 7:45pm) and “Supernova” (7:45pm to 9:30pm) will present the latest from the contemporary concert landscape.

Once a month (Sunday 2:05 pm) there is “Pictures of Middle People” where Marie Long portrays people who are in the middle of their careers or at the beginning of their careers. The new series aims to create a bridge to “human figures” documenting the stories of an older generation.

High-quality Ö1 content should increasingly be prepared for online use – for example, in the form of podcasts. Viewers will have to say goodbye to “Rudy, the Radio Dog.” The new ORF children's channel makes it clear where children's offerings can be found, Tarnher explained in December of the decision.

But there are some innovations in the existing series as well. For example, “Point One” focuses on knowledge topics to better categorize current events and developments. Album of the Week is now presented in “Context – Non-Fiction and Topics”.

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