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- 10/28/12--08:00: _Art Saves Lives
- 10/28/12--07:00: _Calling All Pensioners
- 10/28/12--06:00: _Latin Waves
- 10/28/12--05:00: _House Rent Boogie
- 10/28/12--04:00: _Bonanza & Son (repeat)
- 10/28/12--03:30: _The Bike Show (repeat)
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- 10/26/12--09:30: The Sound Projector
- 10/26/12--09:00: I'm Ready For My Close-Up
- 10/26/12--08:00: OIDARADIO Conversations
- 10/26/12--07:30: Technical Difficulties
- 10/26/12--06:30: Wavelength
- 10/26/12--06:00: Sound Out
- 10/26/12--05:00: Calling All Pensioners
- 10/26/12--04:00: The Curtain Up Show
- 10/26/12--03:00: Bermuda Triangle Test Transmission (repeat)
- 10/26/12--02:00: The Nest Collective Hour (repeat)
- 10/26/12--01:00: Clear Spot (repeat)
- 10/26/12--00:00: The Opera Hour (repeat)
- 10/25/12--23:00: Talking Africa (repeat)
- 10/28/12--08:00: Art Saves Lives
- 10/28/12--07:00: Calling All Pensioners
- 10/28/12--06:00: Latin Waves
- 10/28/12--05:00: House Rent Boogie
- 10/28/12--04:00: Bonanza & Son (repeat)
- 10/28/12--03:30: The Bike Show (repeat)
- 10/28/12--02:00: Wolf Fifth (repeat)
Since 2004, The Sound Projector Radio Show has been a weekly "aural appendix" to The Sound Projector Music Magazine. The show is usually hosted by presenter Ed Pinsent, occasionally joined by special guests who bring their own records. The show usually consists of selections from new records sent to The Sound Projector Music Magazine, and the show can include virtually any form of contemporary music or sound-art, for example improvised music, drones, modern composition, minimalism, sound poetry, electronica, laptop music, noise, rock music, or songs. Other broadcasts, themed loosely on a particular topic, showcase genres such as folk music, Krautrock, progressive rock, Black Metal, free jazz, singer-songwriters, post-punk, psychedelia, sunshine pop, art-rock, etc.
David Ncube and The Wapping Project's Deputy Director Marta Michalowska meet Benn Zeitlin, the filmmaker behind Beasts of the Southern Wild; in this special show to celebrate the contender for film of the year.
For past shows, please visit www.davidncube.co.uk
As part of Sao Paulo Biennial, Kiki Mazzucchelli and guests presents contemporary Brasilian sound-art.
This series is a cooperation between Resonance104.4fm in London and Mobile Radio BSP in São Paulo.
Insights into the disability with Tim Abbott and crew.
Wavelength has been described as a programme without an agenda but this is untrue. Wavelength consists of multiple agendas - sound art experiments, concrete poetry, documentary, cultural criticism and reporting.
A return visit by Bill Burns (http://billburnsprojects.com) to Wavelength presented by William English (www.williamenglish.com) at 14:30 on Resonance 104.4fm and www.resonancefm.com
Bill will talk about his current projects: The Dogs and Boats and Airplanes Choir 33 rpm record, Printed Matter and New Museum New York and Art Metropole, Toronto, 2012 Artist Project : Dogs and Boats and Airplanes told in the form of Ivan the Terrible, Esopus Magazine, New York, 2012 Exhibition: Veblen Goods with excerpts from a Brownnoser’s Story as part of Oh Canada at MASS MoCA, North Adams Massachusetts, May 2012 to April 2013 Bird Radio, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Canada, Sept 24, 2012 – January 6, 2013
“The Dogs and Boats and Airplanes Choir is a children’s choir whose entire repertoire consists of the sounds of Dogs and Boats and Airplanes. The current repertoire was developed in collaboration with the students at Lord Lansdowne School and Howard Park School in Toronto. These sessions were recorded in June 2011. We are in the process of developing a choral project for 100 voices and we have a book at press with Space Poetry in Copenhagen. The students of Lord Lansdowne School and Howard Park School are the choristers and repertoire collaborators; Bill Burns is the Artistic Director; Alan Gasser is the Choir Director; and Sheetal Lodhia is Production Manager”.
Presented by Carole Finer. Carole is delighted to welcome back, this Friday, wonderful folk musician Robin Gillan.
Robin sings and plays fiddle, banjo, guitar, squeezebox, mouthorgan and tin whistle. He first appeared on Sound Out in 2008. Time has moved on and Robin has established a thriving folk club in Cambridge and this year has been very busy touring with Tom Paley as one of his accompanying musicians on UK tour promoting the acclaimed new CD 'Tom Paley's Old-Time Moonshine'
Tim Hamilton discusses issues that primarily affect OAPs.
Today Tim is joined by Aaron Sidwell and Eliza Hope Bennett who are currently starring in new musical Loserville by ex-Busted member James Bourne at the Garrick Theatre. Tim is also joined by Nathaniel Morrison and Lucyelle Cliffe who are currently starring in Hot Mikado at the Landor Theatre in Clapham.A chat show discussing new theatre.
Hosted by Tim McArthur.
Repeated from Thursday 23:00 GMT
"...the soundtrack to the end of the world" Chris Maume, The Independent http://btttb.blogspot.com/ email@example.com
Repeated from Tuesday afternoon. Folk music with Sam Lee.
Repeated from last night. From 29 May 2012 - a radio art extravaganza by the El Frida Radio Orchestra of adults with learning difficulties, under the direction of Johny Brown.
Repeated from Thursday afternoon. With Richard Scott. 'Opera singer Richard Scott explores opera through the prism of various themes - politics, power, greed, the abominable, magic, lust, comedy.
Repeated from Thursday afternoon. African affairs with Sony Decker.
Poetry, comedy, drama, music, art, politics with Dean Stalham and various artists.
Fun and frolics and issues that affect OAPs (and everyone). Presented by Tim Hamilton.
With Javier Chandia. Latin American creativity has influenced music for more than a century since jazz and blues were invented, and European composers had introduced the Latin rhythm in their works. Today many composers and performers from this continent are actively contributing to the expansion of the sound art and music in all directions. Latin Waves is where you can listen to the unlimited sound spectrum of Latin American new music from its roots. Please note this programme is broadcast in Spanish and English.
Alternative blues show hosted by Nikki Brooks whose eclectic mix of guests perform a short live set and then take a trip down memory lane, listening to songs from their childhood, and chatting about how they inspired and influenced them. To keep up to date with Nikki's show go to: www.houserentboogie.wordpress.com
Stoneblower are on the show today with their first ever live performance.So another world exclusive for ResonanceFm. They have a great mix of Blues and Garagerock with stomping beats and grooves that you just have to move to.This started as a side project only a few months ago for these guys but it has already snowballed into gig offers. So you can say " I was there..." go to www.reverbnation.com/stoneblower for gig dates.
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’
Josh Harty Live sesssion: Harty is a messenger, a North Dakota songsmith whose lyrics fill the dark spots between the lines of our lives. Nowhere is his latest album and if the disc's reception and his performance of the new material in the United Kingdom are signs, Harty is poised to go a long, long way. "A work of extreme intensity" reports the Lonestar Times of Italy, "with beautiful voice, warm and strong." “The new songs are brave, and alarming. ‘Whiskey and Morphine’ is both a caution and a taunt of temptations. The album’s title track, “Nowhere,” makes that word a destination to be feared, a place only hope will keep away.”-Fearless Radio It doesn't get more Americana than Josh Harty. His father, both a preacher and the Police Chief of his boyhood small town, was also Harty's music mentor. "I was either going to jail, or to hell," Harty muses. That kind of humor, that hell-bound hope, is in the center of Harty's music. Music captured on the new disc, polished in performance in America, and now ready for another UK tour in support of Nowhere. www.joshharty.com/ +Michael Nesmith Special Pt.2 + 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. All past Bonanza & Son ResonanceFM radio shows are archived on our Mixcloud page and can be listened to at any time. Each week after the Sunday repeat has been broadcast we upload the show to: www.mixcloud.com/bonanza-son/
The transcendental art of cycling with Jack Thurston.
Classical, avant-garde and modernist composition, presented by Luuk de Weert.
tribute to the Dutch composer Ton de Leeuw (1926 – 1996)
Claire Obscur – 1982
Antiphonie – 1960
Midare – 1972
String Quartet no.1 – 1957
String Quartet no.2 – 1964
Mountains – 1977