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  • 10/24/12--11:30: Music For Film
  • Formative experiences of cinema provide a catalyst for digressive and intimate chat. Hosted by Tim Concannon.

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  • 10/24/12--10:30: World City Live
  • World City Live is a series presented by Cultural Co-operation, the arts and education charity that seeks to create cross-cultural bonds bonds via cultural practice. Tonight Leanne and Eloise will be welcoming Middle Eastern percussionist Elizabeth Nott to the studio, to explore the theme of Being a Productive Citizen. Elizabeth will be talking about her diverse musical collaborations with rising stars Khyam Allami and Amira Kheir, her music organisation Nottas as well as her role as teacher of many Middle Eastern styles. Tune in for a rich insight into Middle Eastern music, and be treated to a live studio performance of this rising star!

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  • 10/24/12--10:00: Kitchen Magic Time
  • Very little to do with cookery, much concerned with Latin American music. Produced and presented by Mama Dolores.

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  • 10/24/12--09:30: Yinka and the iD

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  • 10/24/12--08:00: Bonanza & Son
  • Bonanza & Son - ‘Tracing the roots and subsequent influence of the pioneers, innovators, outlaws, renegades and mavericks of Country Music and Americana’s past present and future’
    Hymn For Her live sesssion: Lucy Tight & Wayne Waxing are 'Hymn For Her', a band that hails from anywhere and everywhere in the good ol’ US of A or rather wherever they can feasibly park their Airstream trailer... These guys are the 'real McCoy’ for sure, utilising traditional Country & Americana instruments, narrative themes and song structures whilst fusing it with a ferociously amplified and distorted electric sound that wouldn’t be out of place on a Butthole Surfers album as produced by 'Mellow Gold' era Beck on Johnny Cash's home porta-studio. Their new release, ‘Lucy & Wayne and THE AM’AIR’ICAN STREAM’ was entirely recorded in their classic trailer on a coast to coast U.S tour. They stopped at various camp-grounds and friends driveways between shows, set up their gear in their Bambi/home recording studio, rolled ‘real’ reel tape and rocked out. Armed with a bullet mic, a three-stringed broom handle/cigar box, banjo, bass drum, hi-hat, and harp, this ‘lil duo causes massive earthquakes, tsunamis and twisters wherever they play. +Michael Nesmith Special Pt.1 + Featurettes Country Birthdays +Celluloid Country where we look at a film soundtrack that significantly features Country and Americana. + lots of old, new and unreleased Country & Americana gems.

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    ROCK’n’ROLL & ANARCHY IN THE UK with HEARTBREAKER BILLY RATH Growing up in the 1950s Billy Rath was imbued with pure rock’n’roll spirit. In the 1960s he honed his bass guitar chops playing in local bands, whilst dabbling in modelling and the life of a gigolo. By the mid-70s Billy was at the epicentre of the New York underground ‘street’ rock’n’roll scene playing alongside ex-New York Doll Johnny Thunders as a member of The Heartbreakers, whom Malcolm McLaren invited to join the Sex Pistols’ notorious Anarchy In The U.K. tour in December 1976. In conversation with Henry Scott-Irvine, Billy Rath talks about his life and musical legacy, recounting his times with Johnny Thunders, Walter Lure, Blondie, the Sex Pistols, Motorhead, Ronnie Spector, Lenny Kaye, Nico, Left Hand Frank & one of his current favourite bands, the garage urchins King Salami. The peerless Henry Scott Irvine interviews musicians and artists. His guests range from the established, like Nigel Planer, Glen Matlock and Francis Rossi to upcoming artists such as Rebekah Delgado and The Supernovas. Podcasts of Henry's shows can be found at

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  • 10/24/12--06:00: Late Lunch With Out To Lunch
  • A controversial music critic, Ben Watson's by-line has been suppressed in print media, but he continues to voice his"unacceptable" opinions on air. Watson will still be talking and playing music, but disco-graphical detail is reserved for the conclusion. Watson's words, on the other hand, shall be continually present, dispensing with any connection to argued frames of reference or current media chatter, to any known critical consensus or any established political position. Instead, his scripts shall explore the repercussions of a point made by Bob Dobbs, the Marshall McLuhan archivist and e-media prankster.

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  • 10/24/12--05:00: Mapping the metropolis
  • Kit Caless discusses writing and the city with various authors from across the globe. This week, Kit talks to Birmingham based author Catherine O'Flynn and spoken word artist Polar Bear. Birmingham Catherine O’Flynn and Polar Bear Catherine O’Flynn is an award-winning novelist. Her two books What was Lost (winner of the Costa first book award) and The News Where You Are both use Birmingham as a central feature of the story. Polar Bear is one of the most respected spoken word artists in the UK. Kit Caless is an author and co-editor of Acquired for Development By a best selkling anthology of new writing about Hackney and regeneration/gentrification. He is also the co-proprietor of Influx Press.

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  • 10/24/12--04:00: Far Side Radio
  • Music from the catalogues of Far Side Music, the world's primary source for East Asian music.

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  • 10/24/12--03:00: One Life Left (repeat)
  • Repeated from Monday evening. Video games reviewed and discussed with Ste Curran and crew.

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  • 10/24/12--02:00: House Rent Boogie (repeat)
  • Repeated from Sunday afternoon. New blues with Nikki Brooks.

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  • 10/24/12--01:00: Clear Spot (repeat)
  • Repeated from last night.

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  • 10/24/12--00:30: Polish Deli (repeat)
  • In this episode of Polish Deli Kacper Ziemianin interviews Łukasz Szalankiewicz, a.k.a Zenial, a Polish sound artist, musician and art curator. Zenial is one of the most active electronic musician in Poland. We discuss his method of work, how he got into electronic music, laptop vs hardware live set etc. For more information on Zenial go to: W tym odcinku Polish Deli Kacper Ziemianin rozmawia z Łukaszem Szałankiewiczem, a.k.a. Zenial, jednym z najaktywniejszych Polskich muzyków elektronicznych na Polskiej scenie. Porozmawiamy o jego początkach na scenie 'Demo' w latach 90tych, o metodach pracy, ostatnich projektach itp. Więcej informacji o Zenialu:

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  • 10/24/12--00:00: Sound Out (repeat)
  • Repeated from Friday afternoon. Acoustic music and chat with Carole Finer.

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  • 10/23/12--23:00: Radio Ecoshock (repeat)
  • Repeated from Tuesday noon. Environmental news with Alex Smith.

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  • 10/23/12--22:30: Sanskriti (repeat)
  • Repeated from Tuesday afternoon. Hindi magazine show with Rakesh Muthar.

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  • 10/23/12--22:00: The Bike Show (repeat)
  • Repeated from Monday evening. Cycle culture with Jack Thurston.

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  • 10/23/12--20:00: The OST Show (repeat)
  • 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 Repeated from Saturday afternoon. Sound tracks and library music with Johnny Trunk.

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  • 10/23/12--19:30: Speakers Corner (repeat)
  • Repeated from Sunday afternoon. Political discourse, debate and pure rhetoric recorded weekly at London's legendary Speakers Corner in Hyde Park.

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  • 10/25/12--21:00: From The Archive
  • A selection by Ed Baxter from our ample archives. Today, two concert performances from the LMC Festival of Experimental Music, May 1995: a trio of Chris Cutler, Lutz Glandien, and Michael Vogt playing Glandien's compositions; and an improvising duo of Peter Brtozmann and Derek Bailey. Finally, a piece from the 1998 Resonance RSL by Dallas Simpson - "Kindergarten 1," which lasts 16 minutes.

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