Mei liabste Weis

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The Innbrüggler with ORF presenter Franz Posch (third from left) in the show Mei liabste Weis at the Villacher Kirchtag, Carinthia, Austria (2019)

Mei liabste Weis ( Tyrolean dialect for My favorite song ) is a folk music - television broadcast of the ORF -Landesstudios Tyrol, on since 30 January 1988 ORF 2 is emitted. The program is presented by Franz Posch and directed by Heinz Fechner . Production manager Peter Kostner plays the harp in the “Mei liabste Weis part”. The program used to run for one hour on Saturday afternoon, later for 90 minutes in the main evening program.


Traditional, down-to-earth inns in Austria and neighboring countries provide the backdrop for Franz Posch and his guests. The declared aim of the ORF production by the Tyrolean state studio is to "maintain and present the local folk music tradition in an authentic manner". In addition to established folk musicians, young talents also get their stage. Every “coolest wisdom” also has her “coolest food”, prepared by a cook from the respective region.

The audience can ask for their “coolest wisdom” live, in the hall, by phone or on the Internet. All tracks are sung and played live.

The title melody of the show is "Schnapsflaschl-Boarian" by Klaus Karl .

Shipments (extract)

More than 150 programs have been produced since 1988:

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. a b Mei liabste Weis: Jubilee on ORF. APA-OTS report from ORF . Retrieved October 19, 2016 .