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- 05/12/13--10:30: _Ireland's Eye
- 05/12/13--10:00: _Speakers' Corner
- 05/12/13--09:30: _The Hubbard Half Hour
- 05/12/13--09:00: _The Bike Show
- 05/12/13--08:30: _Polish Deli
- 05/12/13--08:00: _L'Alternative
- 05/12/13--07:30: _Password
- 05/12/13--07:00: _The Relatively Good...
- 05/12/13--06:00: _Calling All Pension...
- 05/12/13--05:00: _Latin Waves
- 05/12/13--04:00: _House Rent Boogie
- 05/12/13--03:00: _Bonanza and Son (re...
- 05/14/13--03:00: _World City Live (re...
- 05/14/13--02:00: _The Opera Hour (rep...
- 05/14/13--01:00: _Clear Spot (repeat)
- 05/14/13--00:30: _Technical Difficult...
- 05/14/13--00:00: _I'm Ready For My Cl...
- 05/13/13--23:00: _The Pod Delusion (r...
- 05/13/13--22:30: _Artists in Laborato...
- 05/13/13--22:00: _Kitchen Magic Time ...
- 05/12/13--10:30: Ireland's Eye
- 05/12/13--10:00: Speakers' Corner
- 05/12/13--09:30: The Hubbard Half Hour
- 05/12/13--09:00: The Bike Show
- 05/12/13--08:30: Polish Deli
- 05/12/13--08:00: L'Alternative
- 05/12/13--07:30: Password
- 05/12/13--07:00: The Relatively Good Radio Show
- 05/12/13--06:00: Calling All Pensioners (repeat)
- 05/12/13--05:00: Latin Waves
- 05/12/13--04:00: House Rent Boogie
- 05/12/13--03:00: Bonanza and Son (repeat)
- 05/14/13--03:00: World City Live (repeat)
- 05/14/13--02:00: The Opera Hour (repeat)
- 05/14/13--01:00: Clear Spot (repeat)
- 05/14/13--00:30: Technical Difficulties (repeat)
- 05/14/13--00:00: I'm Ready For My Close Up (repeat)
- 05/13/13--23:00: The Pod Delusion (repeat)
- 05/13/13--22:30: Artists in Laboratories (repeat)
- 05/13/13--22:00: Kitchen Magic Time (repeat)
The latest from the Irish country music scene plus requests, news and more. With Johnny Jameson. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. [Repeated Wednesday 8am.]
Recordings of voices, meetings, views, and soundscapes from in and around Speakers' Corner both in a geographical and an intellectual sense. Speakers' Corner, located in Hyde Park near Marble Arch, is the world's oldest location for free speech. The location is also used for large protests and gatherings of a diverse nature, from trade union and anti-war meetings to the celebrations and festivals of a variety of religions and ethnic groups. [Repeated Wednesday 5.30am.]
[Repeated from Wednesday 1pm.] Art critic, author, broadcaster, Sue Hubbard explores literature and the arts. Today: Sue's own poetry. Last of the present series. Visit www.suehubbard.com for more information.
A bilingual programme presented by Kacper Ziemianin dedicated to Polish independent and alternative art which aims to present Polish culture to both a Polish and an international audience. Visit http://www.ziemianin.net/ for more information. [Repeated Thursday 6.30am.]
Eleonire Desnos explores continental oddities and delights "a la carte". [Repeated Thursday 2.30am.]
A weekly exploration of current affairs and new technology presented by the award-winning journalist Peter Warren, editor of Future Intelligence and chair of the Cyber Security Research Institute. Today: Composer John Eacott talks about the inspiration for his sonification of the river Thames. And - Win a Powerrocks portable battery charger! [Repeated Wednesday 6.30am.]
Richard Guard and Anna Crockatt of The Dulwich Ukulele Club celebrate the capital's past, present and future. [Repeated Wednesday 6am.]
[Repeated from Monday at 1pm]. Magazine programme featuring issues which affect pensioners across the city, presented by South London's Deptford Action Group for the Elderly. Your anchors are Tim Hamilton and Harry Haward. Visit http://ecs.lewisham.gov.uk/dage for more information.
Latin American contemporary music presented by critic and producer Javier Chandia. Broadcast in Spanish and English. Visit www.zebehn.com for more information. [Repeated Friday 6am.]
Nikki Brooks returns with her alternative Blues Show. Expect a wide selection stretching from the traditional to the current alternative scene and branching out to punk and garage rock. Today: Nikki talks to Rob Symmons of punk band Subway Sect about his life as a working musician. Visit http://www.www.houserentboogie.wordpress.com/ for more information. [Repeated Friday 8am.]
[Repeated from Wednesday 4.30pm] Martyn Bonanza traces the roots and influence of the pioneers, innovators, outlaws, renegades and mavericks of Country Music and Americana’s past, present, and future. Visit http://www.bonanzablues.blogspot.co.uk/ for more information and/or contact email@example.com.
[Repeated from Wednesday 6.30pm.]
[Repeated from Thursday 4.30pm.] Opera singer Richard Scott explores opera through the prism of various themes - politics, power, greed, the abominable, magic, lust, comedy. Today: Sir Thomas Allen cancelled at the last minute so instead opera fan and teacher Linda Scott - Richard's mother - talks about Verdi, Puccini, Gluck and just how difficult and trying it was having a son who wanted to go on the stage.
[Repeated from Monday 8pm]. Each weekday evening we offer access to the airwaves through the Clear Spot. It's a show for one-off and time critical transmissions, for pilots, special projects, celebrations, things that don't fit in, experiments, and urgent community broadcasts, bringing new blood to the station. Interested? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your idea for a Clear Spot.
[Repeated from Friday 3.30pm.] Insights into issues relating to the notion of disability with Tim Abbott. Follow Tim on Twitter @lightchronic and/or contact email@example.com. Visit www.lightchronicles.info for more information.
[Repeated from Friday 5pm.] Cinema and visual media discussed and reviewed. Today David Ncube revisits classic lines from cult movies and tries to make the argument for why they resonate beyond the films' expiry date. And why certain films, notwithstanding their impressive script, just don't linger in the memory.
[Repeated from Friday 1pm.] Award-winning news magazine about interesting things - from politics to science to culture and philosophy, providing commentary from a secular, rationalist, skeptical, somewhat lefty-liberal sort of perspective. Today: the death of the Herschel space telescope with Chris North; Jon Culshaw and friends and colleagues of Sir Patrick Moore; evolutionary biologist Marlene Zuk's new book, "Paleofantasy;" the potential dangers of e-cigarettes and unpaid internships; and a new citizen science project. Visit http://poddelusion.co.uk/blog/ for more information.
[Repeated from Thursday 7.30pm.] Régine Debatty discusses creative ways to explore science and technology with artists, hackers, designers and scientists. Today: Ruth Catlow and Marc Garrett who, 16 years ago, founded Furtherfield, an online community where artists, theorists and activists meet and talk about art, technology and society. Visit http://we-make-money-not-art.com// for more information.
Audio recipes designed to spice up life from the mysterious Mama Dolores.