It's hard to imagine a world without radio. Since its beginnings, we have used the world's first electronic mass medium to inform and amuse ourselves. It inspires and touches us as individuals and as a society.
Actors from politics, business and the arts quickly recognize the potential of radio: as rapidly as it gains popularity in the 1920s, it is not immune to disruption and disruptions. "ON AIR. 100 Years of Radio" tells the eventful history of radio in Germany.
On a tour through 100 years of radio history in Germany, you will encounter around 250 objects that tell the story of radio's technical foundations and beginnings, its role during the Nazi era, and the reorganization in a divided and then reunified Germany.