Description:Documentation of Radio Bern from the radio studio. News, broadcasting operations, interview preparation. Reporters with broadcast units. Teleprinting room. Writing the manuscripts, installation. Show 'Sports and Music': The ordered compounds are put on the patch panel, live broadcast, multiplexing, connection test, switching to the outstations. Concert Studio: Band "Bärgblüemli" , Utzigen. Radio drama production of "In 80 days around the world." Sound Archive.
Supplement by Walter Kläy, Wohlen of 02/25/07, who worked as a music editor and concert promoter from 1976 to 2006 in Bern region studio:
At the beginning we see the experienced radio man Peter Läuffer as an editor at the microphone, along with the technician Daniel Ryser. Later, the longtime newsreader and actor Hugo Stoll appears, who after his departure from radio worked as a German teacher at the high school division of Feusi.
Also on display is the announcer Susanne Enz, whose voice was also heard for years in the time announcements on the phone.
The commentator of the film was Alfons Hoffmann, who along with his son Amido Hoffmann worked for decades in the radio drama department of Studio Bern. In the radio play scene I recognized the actor Klaus Degenhardt, who is still acting at theaters in Bern from time to time.
As a sports reporter Charles Raedersdorf was active, who later was promoted to the head of the Swiss Disaster Relief Corps.
As operator Edith Trice is seen, mounting a ribbon in the ancient cutting method. At the "most modern control panel" of that time the technician Hans Hadorn is seen, another engineer was Fritz Bussinger (with pipe).
And in the audio library, Ernst Eichenberger is seen. In the final scene (with the Folk Music Concert Musicians in the former studio, which has been destroyed during the conversion) you can see the former leader of the folk music department DRS, Rudolf Marbach, together with the technician and sound engineer Jean-Pierre Affolter.
In the film, briefly seen, Richard Stoller, editor in the department "word", responsible for shows about Swiss Customs etc., together with him the secretary Ruth Surowiec is seen.