Special Broadcast on Radio Riel Main: A Riel 10th Anniversary Celebration

Radio Riel 10th

Today Radio Riel is pleased to bring you a day-long spe­cial pro­gram of live broad­casts on our main stream in hon­or of our 10th anniver­sary.

All six of the Radio Riel Pre­sen­ters will be tak­ing to the air­waves to cel­e­brate our decade. We will also be fea­tur­ing spe­cial pro­gram­ming focused on our his­to­ry and the mem­o­ries of our pre­sen­ters. The sched­ule for the broad­casts is as fol­lows, with all times at North Amer­i­can Pacif­ic Time:

10:30am — 12:30pm — The Music of Radio Riel by Gabrielle Riel

12:30pm — 1:00pm — Becom­ing Riel (The sto­ry of the start of Radio Riel by Gabrielle Riel)

1:00pm — 1:30pm — Being Riel, Part 1 (Rec­ol­lec­tions from Gabrielle Riel, Red Cal­iber, Edward Pearse and Mit­su Figaro)

1:30pm — 2:00pm — Being Riel, Part 2 (Rec­ol­lec­tions from Gabrielle Riel, Dia­man­da Gustafson, Elrik Mer­lin and Otenth Pader­born)

2:00pm — 3:00pm — Elrik Mer­lin Rocks the Clas­sics

3:00pm — 4:00pm — Pru­dence Jekyll (In her offi­cial debut at Radio Riel, Eclec­tic, Slow Tem­po)

4:00pm — 5:00pm — Dia­man­da Gustafson (Elec­tro-Fusion, Dark Folk, Aethe­r­i­al)

5:00pm — 6:00pm — Otenth Pader­born (In his return to Radio Riel)

6:00pm — 7:00pm — Edward Pearse

7:00pm — 8:00pm — Gabrielle Riel with “Songs My Pre­sen­ters Gave Me”

8:00pm — 8:30pm — Becom­ing Riel

8:30pm — 9:00pm — Being Riel, Part 1

9:00pm — 9:30pm — Being Riel, Part 2

9:30pm — 11:30pm — The Music of Radio Riel by Gabrielle Riel


If you are in Sec­ond Life, we are also cel­e­brat­ing the grand open­ing of The Claren­don in New Bab­bage, which was recent­ly com­plet­ed by Radio Riel Pre­sen­ter Edward Pearse. Please join us in-world at http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/New%20Babbage/202/53/103.

The Radio Riel 10th Anniver­sary poster is based on one pro­duced by the Dutch com­pa­ny Philips to adver­tise a “Radio Salon” in the town of Schevenin­gen near Den Haag, in, we think, 1926. It was designed by M. Guth­schmidt. In the back­ground you can see the sil­hou­ette of the Kurhaus Hotel where the event was held.

The orig­i­nal poster is held in the Philips Com­pa­ny Archives, in Eind­hoven, The Nether­lands.

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