- For U.S. radio stations called "Alice," see KALC, KALZ, KLCA, and KLLC.
Radio Alice was an Italian free radio broadcasting from Bologna at the end of the 1970s. It started transmitting on February 9, 1976 using an ex-military transmitter on a frequency of 100.6 MHz. The station was closed by the carabinieri on March 12, 1977. Radio Alice then re-opened again for two years and became politically aligned with the autonomism movement. After closure, the frequency was then given by the state to Radio Radicale. Radio Alice's output covered a myriad of subjects: labor protests, poetry, yoga lessons, political analysis, love declarations, cooking recipes, Jefferson Airplane, Area or Beethoven music. Participants in the station included Franco "Bifo" Berardi, Maurizio Torrealta, Filippo Scozzari and Paolo Ricci. In 2002 some former staff members participated in the founding of Orfeo TV, the first Telestreet pirate TV.
 See also
- Alice il diavolo - Storia di una radio sovversiva, 1976, L'Erba Voglio (2002, Shake Edizioni)
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