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- 06/28/12--16:00: _The Nightloop
- 06/28/12--22:00: _Breakfast Repeats
- 06/29/12--03:00: _Poetry Parnassus
- 06/29/12--04:00: _The Curtain Up Show
- 06/29/12--05:00: _Calling All Pensioners
- 06/29/12--06:00: _Sound Out
- 06/29/12--06:30: _Wavelength
- 06/29/12--07:30: _Technical Difficulties
- 06/29/12--08:00: _The Opera Hour
- 06/29/12--09:00: _I'm Ready For My Cl...
- 06/29/12--09:30: _The Sound Projector
- 06/29/12--11:00: _Little Atoms
- 06/29/12--11:30: _Pull The Plug (repeat)
- 06/29/12--12:00: _Clear Spot
- 06/29/12--13:00: _The Exotic Pylon
- 06/29/12--14:30: _Not Such A Nice Rad...
- 06/29/12--15:30: _Flomotion
- 06/29/12--16:30: _The Gravy
- 10/12/12--06:30: _Wavelength
- 10/12/12--06:00: _Sound Out
- 06/28/12--16:00: The Nightloop
- 06/28/12--22:00: Breakfast Repeats
- 06/29/12--03:00: Poetry Parnassus
- 06/29/12--04:00: The Curtain Up Show
- 06/29/12--05:00: Calling All Pensioners
- 06/29/12--06:00: Sound Out
- 06/29/12--06:30: Wavelength
- 06/29/12--07:30: Technical Difficulties
- 06/29/12--08:00: The Opera Hour
- 06/29/12--09:00: I'm Ready For My Close-Up
- 06/29/12--09:30: The Sound Projector
- 06/29/12--11:00: Little Atoms
- 06/29/12--11:30: Pull The Plug (repeat)
- 06/29/12--12:00: Clear Spot
- 06/29/12--13:00: The Exotic Pylon
- 06/29/12--14:30: Not Such A Nice Radio Show
- 06/29/12--15:30: Flomotion
- 06/29/12--16:30: The Gravy
- 10/12/12--06:30: Wavelength
- 10/12/12--06:00: Sound Out
Fried, scrambled or boiled. A collection of shows from the eclectic archives of Resonance FM.
Ben Eshmade looks at the Poetry Parnassus festival (26 June to 1 July at Southbank Centre), the largest gathering of the world’s poets. He speaks to a host of poets and performers covering the themes of London, Politics and Love including South African poet Kate Kililea, Zambian poet Kayo Chingongyi, Uzbek poet Hamid Ismailov, Palestinian poet Rafif Ziadeh, Kenyan poet Shailja Patel and Malawian poet Jack Mapanje, Latvian poet Karlis and Austrian poet Evelyn Schlag. There will also be details of a poetry pub quiz, poetry cakes, a cake laundrette and details on a rain of poems!
The Curtain Up Show
Tim McArthur hosts a brand new weekly theatre chat show, which takes a light-hearted look at the current state of London theatre, showcasing established and up-and-coming talent both on stage and behind the scenes.
This week, Tim will be joined in the studio by Shona White who is currently starring in the Dorothy Fields revue, Sunny Side Of The Street, at the Jermyn Street Theatre. Tim will also be joined by Olivier Award-winning actor Miles Western who is currently starring in The Fix at the Union Theatre, along with the production's director, Michael Strassen.
Fun and frolics and issues that affect OAPs (and everyone). Presented by Tim Hamilton.
DAGE’s website is at: http://ecs.lewisham.gov.uk/dage
Presented by Carole Chant. Today she talks about and plays recordings made during the weekend 2nd-3rd June 2012 as part of the 'A Quiet Position' field recording workshop hosted by Soundfjord with Jez Riley French at The Biscuit Factory, Bermondsey, London.
Wavelength has been described as a programme without an agenda. However, this is untrue, Wavelength consists of multiple agendas - sound art experiments, concrete poetry, documentary, cultural criticism and reporting. Original radio broadcast from 1942, a surrealist journey through the City with The Voice and his many bizarre and unexpected encounters.
By writer and artist Kenneth Patchen with sound orchestra composed by John Cage.
Insights into the disability with Tim Abbott and crew.
Tim Abbott spends half an hour in the company of Kieran Strange as we unpick how a girl growing up above a pub in West Sussex becomes a pink-haired punk singer living in Vancouver and proudly wearing the colours of autism awareness and cancer research on her microphone. Be prepared for strange things. She is currently on tour in England, and can be found at www.kieranstrange.com .
Opera singer Richard Scott explores opera through the prism of various themes - politics, power, greed, the abominable, magic, lust, comedy. This week The Opera Hour examines the myth of Orpheus, how he has continued to fascinate and break hearts on the operatic stage for over 400 years. We'll be hearing music from Monteverdi, Gluck, Glass, Anais Mitchell and Nick Cave and we'll be joined in the studio by the counter-tenor Owen Willetts, who has sung the role of Orpheus in Boston, to sing excerpts from Gluck's Orfeo ed Euridice.
'm ready for close-up: Modern Hauntings
Alex Fitch talks to a pair of directors who made their first films on very low budgets and deal with subjects of hauntings that are to do as much with memory as anything supernatural. Eduardo Sánchez discusses his debut film The Blair Witch Project and his latest movie, Lovely Molly which follows a young woman's mental breakdown while being tormented by the ghosts of her past. Also, in an interview recorded at SCI-FI-LONDON, Shawn Holmes talks about his micro-budget feature Memory Lane which sees an Iraq veteran cheating death repeatedly to revisit his memories of a dead girlfriend and solve the riddle of her death.
4.30pm, Thursday 28th June 2012, Resonance 104.4 FM (London) / streamed at www.resonancefm.com / podcast after broadcast at www.panelborders.wordpress.com
Little Atoms is a talk show about ideas. Produced and presented by Neil Denny and Padraig Reidy, each show features a guest from the worlds of science, journalism, politics, academia, human rights or the arts in conversation.
On this week's show, Neil Denny and Padraig Reidy talk to investigative journalist Greg Palast. Greg Palast turned his skills to journalism after two decades as a top investigator of corporate fraud and racketeering. His reports have appeared on Newsnight and in the Guardian, Rolling Stone and Harper’s. He is a recipient of the George Orwell Courage in Journalism Award for his BBC documentary, Bush Family Fortunes. Greg Palast is the author of numerous books, including Armed Madhouse and The Best Democracy Money Can Buy. His latest is Vultures’ Picnic.
Johnny Seven plays a selection of tunes that have dropped through the Resonance letterbox.
I want your bedroom tapes... if you've recorded a song using nothing more than an elastic band, some biscuit tins and a stylophone I want to hear it. Send it to Pull the Plug, Resonance 104.4FM, 144 Borough High Street London SE1 1LB or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. I might even listen to it.
Julia Vogl will be hosting a panel discussion with Peckham Historian John Beasley, and some local Peckham artists/residents- about their views on Peckham then and now. In addition the program will feature some audio interviews from peckham residents that have already been collected from the community, a bit of taste for what is in store later this summer.
The segment on Friday evening is the first of 5 that will be aired on Resonance over the course of the summer. Other segments will be 28minutes long, featuring compressed intervieiws with residents. These will air between 4:30-5PM on Thursday July 19th, Thursday July 26th, Thursday August 2nd, and Thursday August 9th.
Paco Sala is a new project from Antony ‘Konntinent’ Harrison and Leyli which furtively hides in a frazzled shabby dreampop hinterland. Their debut album Ro-Me-Ro recently dropped on Digitalis to major plaudits everywhere but this shouldn’t really be a massive surprise – Antony has been producing extremely fine eclectic fractured electronic music for a long time now. The presence of Leyli however pushes the whole thing into strange new areas like Julee Cruise having her heart broken for the first time in an A.R.Kane controlled Berghain…
Anyway, they’re going to be performing live, we’re all properly hyped and we’ll find something appropriate to plug the vortex gaps…
Band of Holy Joy presents Not Such A Nice Radio Show featuring Trapped with Cheryl, Mylene and Co. More details at www.bandofholyjoy.co.uk/radio
Nick Luscombe presents a regular update on the world's best new electronic music.
presenter: Nick Luscombe
"We tip our hat to Mr. Louis Bromberg" 2 shellac 78rpm records, found in a bookshop recently.
Originally broadcast on KIXL Radio Town Dallas probably in the 1940s.
Intercut with some Swedish avant-garde music and text/sound compositions by Lars-Gunnar Bodin and others.
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.
Presented by Carole Finer.
Carole's guests this week are three members of Robots Art Collective. They are John Campling, Steven Sheill and Lee Whiteman, who will talk about the Robots aims and activities. In particular about recent artworks made this summer in Iceland, London and Croatia. They will also play recordings of musical instruments constructed in Iceland out of scrap material.