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  • 10/19/12--00:00: The Opera Hour (repeat)
  • Repeated from Thursday afternoon. With Richard Scott.

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  • 10/18/12--23:00: Talking Africa (repeat)
  • Repeated from Thursday afternoon. African affairs with Sony Decker.

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  • 10/18/12--22:30: Accounts (repeat)
  • Repeated from Tuesday afternoon. Artists face the cuts/

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  • 10/18/12--21:00: From The Archive
  • A selection from our ample archives. This morning, 78 minutes of Ian Breakwell's classic 1998 "Clear Spot" for the Resonance RSL broadcasts as part of John Peel's Meltdown Festival. Plus from the same project, Mick Ritchie's production of "The Words of Pauline Oliveros."

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  • 10/18/12--20:30: The Circled A (repeat)
  • Repeated from Tuesday night. Anarchist discussion show.

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  • 10/18/12--19:30: Is Black Music (repeat)
  • Repeated from Wednesday wee hours. New, underground and classic music with Art Terry.

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  • 10/18/12--18:30: Drones of Hell (repeat)
  • Repeated from Wednesday night. Death metal with Ray Kirby.

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  • 10/18/12--18:00: Luscombe's Choice (repeat)
  • Repeated from Monday night. Classic recordings analysed by Will Luscombe.

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    Repeated from Thursday afternoon. New releases from Rough Trade Shops.

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  • 10/18/12--16:00: Sleeping Dogs Lie
  • Late night ambient sounds with Miguel Santos.

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    "...the soundtrack to the end of the world" Chris Maume, The Independent

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  • 10/18/12--14:30: Small Pool Room (2 Cuts)
  • Vintage SFX anthology with Alex Kolkowski, from 2008.

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    New music brought to you by the team behind The Wire magazine. Hosted by Frances Morgan, playing music from Scandinavia's early electronic and musique concrète scene, with a new reissue by Kåre Kolberg and tracks by Rune Lindblad and Elsa Marie Pade, among others, as well as new music by Holly Herndon, Old Apparatus, and some sounds from Patrick Feaster's new Dust to Digital book and CD, Pictures Of Sound: 1000 Years Of Educed Audio. Every Thusday 9pm–10:30pm (BST), 104.4FM for Londoners. Streamed live at

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  • 10/20/12--13:00: Sine of The Times

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  • 10/20/12--12:30: Soundcheck
  • James Hodder plays new music from Mary Leay, Nicole Maguire and John Fairhurst. Plus news on imminent tour dates from Sam Baker, Blame Sally, Southern Tenant Folk Union and The Vagaband. Follow updates on Twitter @radiohodder or listen to previous shows at James Hodder plays new music and gives a mention to some upcoming London gigs. Follow updates on Twitter @radiohodder or listen again to shows from the series at To contact the show directly email

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  • 10/20/12--12:00: Radia (repeat)
  • (Originally broadcast on 15th October)

    Radia is a network of independent radio stations who have a common interest in promoting and producing artworks for the radio, and in forming related projects based on broadcasting and cultural exchange. It intends to be a space of reflection about today's radio and radio art. Its activities try to contribute to intercultural exchange and artworks and artists circulation.

    Every week a new show of radiophonic experiments from the award winning Radia network of 20 independent cultural radio stations:
    Today's show, 393 - Viandanti (Nostalghia paths, homage to Andrei Tarkovsky) by Giulio Aldinucci, is from Radio Papesse, Siena, Italy

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  • 10/20/12--11:00: The Truth About Markets
  • Live from London with the notorious nemesis of bankers, Max Keiser. Max and co-host Stacy Herbert ("the most dangerous people in financial media) scrutinise the markets with ruthless aplomb. The Truth About Markets is repeated every Monday at noon.

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  • 10/20/12--10:30: This Music Wins
  • New releases in leftfield rock and beyond with Peter Lanceley, a 20 year old musician, blogger and broadcaster based in Brighton, UK. Peter founded his blog This Music Wins (, in 2008. This Music Wins has been cited by The Independent and a number of other notable music authorities worldwide including Indie Shuffle, The 405, NME, Wikio Music, Amazing Radio and The Camden Crawl. Peter was also selected by Glastonbury Festival to judge the Emerging Talent Competition for the 2011 festival and also contributed to the 2011 Netaudio Festival at The Roundhouse, London. Peter also contributes guitars and lead vocals to PRS for Music Foundation-funded avant-rock band Kinnie The Explorer and is in the final year of studying for a Philosophy degree at the University Of Sussex.

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  • 10/20/12--08:30: The OST Show
  • Soundtracks, library and television music plus other assorted ephemera brought to you this week by Robin The Fog. Having just released 'The Ghosts Of Bush', a well-received LP of his recordings of the former World Service building Bush House and earning himself the title of 'The BBC's Resident Hauntologist', it seemed only good and right to invite Mr. Fog to present a special edition of the programme looking at the BBC's own in-house label and some of the weird and wonderful records they've put out over the years. Expect music for home movies, movement and mime, radiophonic sound effects and even a few sailors, as well as a couple of extracts from the LP that some claim 'may be the last piece of true radiophonics'. You'll also discover the meaning of the phrase 'taking down with birds' and improve your German. Kinky... For further information, some form of tracklist (hopefully) and to have a listen to 'The Ghosts Of Bush' visit

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  • 10/20/12--07:30: Lucky Cat
  • Zoë is joined by the editor of 'Electric Sheep' film magazine Virginie Selavy to discuss East Asian films showing at the London Film Festival - e.g. 'The Samurai That Night', 'Nameless Gangster', 'For Love's Sake' and 'Helpless'. Also under the spotlight are the latest UK DVD releases from Korea and Japan: 'Petty Romance' by Jeong-Hoon-Il Kim and 'Kotoko' and 'Tetsuo I & II' by cult director Shinya Tsukamoto. Vintage vinyl from Zoë and Virginie's collections and a little light snacking in the dim sum lunchbox. Zoë Baxter's magazine programme focused on Chinese and East Asian culture with a varied mixture of music (Reggae, Asia Beat, Folk) plus exclusive mixes from the UK & China from a range of musicians and the “Dim Sum Lunchbox” with East Asian restaurant reviews and recipes.

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