Ladies and gentlemen, I invite you to a Designing Worlds broadcast about Radio Riel’s 10th Anniversary on Monday, June 12 at 2:00pm North American Pacific Time. Elrik & Saffia interview Gabrielle Riel, Edward Pearse, Diamanda Gustafson and Otenth Paderborn about
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Designing Worlds: Radio Riel’s 10th Anniversary

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by Gabrielle Riel on Monday, 12 June, 2017

Designing Worlds: Radio Riel’s 10th Anniversary

Ladies and gentlemen, I invite you to a Designing Worlds broadcast about Radio Riel’s 10th Anniversary on Monday, June 12 at 2:00pm North American Pacific Time.

Elrik & Saffia interview Gabrielle Riel, Edward Pearse, Diamanda Gustafson and Otenth Paderborn about Radio Riel’s 10 years. Please join us at the Designing Worlds studio in the Garden of Dreams region (http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Garden%20of%20Dreams/30/78/48) for the broadcast.

In this episode of Designing Worlds, we celebrate the 10th birthday (actually on June 1st 2017) of Radio Riel, the internet radio station co-founded in Second Life by Gabrielle Riel and a small team of in-world broadcasters. Since then, Radio Riel has grown from a single part-time stream broadcasting for a few hours a day to seven streams – the latest being Fantasy Faire Radio – on the air 24/7, with more listeners on the Internet at large than in-world.

In this extended programme we look at how internet and in-world radio works and we talk to Gabrielle Riel about how the station came to be. We go on to interview Edward Pearse, another Radio Riel co-founder, and as well as discussing his programming, we take a look at the impressive HQ buildings that he has built for the station over the years.

We continue with a chat with Diamanda Gustafson, Radio Riel’s Early Music specialist, about her monthly programme, Audite Nova. Then finally we talk to Otenth Paderborn, who originally brought European folk music to Radio Riel and is returning to the air after an extended absence.

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