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- 11/04/12--21:30: _Dawn Chorus
- 11/04/12--20:30: _Sicknotes (repeat)
- 11/04/12--19:30: _Flomotion (repeat)
- 11/04/12--18:30: _Free Lab Radio (rep...
- 11/04/12--17:00: _The Sound Projector
- 11/04/12--16:00: _Wavelength (repeat)
- 11/04/12--15:00: _Framework
- 11/04/12--14:00: _Novara (repeat)
- 11/04/12--13:00: _The Organ
- 11/04/12--12:30: _Six Pillars To Persia
- 11/04/12--12:00: _Panel Borders
- 11/04/12--11:30: _"L'alternative"
- 11/04/12--10:30: _Ireland's Eye
- 11/04/12--10:00: _Polish Deli
- 11/04/12--09:00: _The Hour of Power
- 11/04/12--08:30: _Speakers Corner
- 11/04/12--08:00: _Group Therapy
- 11/04/12--07:00: _Art Saves Lives
- 11/04/12--06:00: _Calling All Pensioners
- 11/04/12--05:00: _Latin Waves
- 11/04/12--21:30: Dawn Chorus
- 11/04/12--20:30: Sicknotes (repeat)
- 11/04/12--19:30: Flomotion (repeat)
- 11/04/12--18:30: Free Lab Radio (repeat)
- 11/04/12--17:00: The Sound Projector
- 11/04/12--16:00: Wavelength (repeat)
- 11/04/12--15:00: Framework
- 11/04/12--14:00: Novara (repeat)
- 11/04/12--13:00: The Organ
- 11/04/12--12:30: Six Pillars To Persia
- 11/04/12--12:00: Panel Borders
- 11/04/12--11:30: "L'alternative"
- 11/04/12--10:30: Ireland's Eye
- 11/04/12--10:00: Polish Deli
- 11/04/12--09:00: The Hour of Power
- 11/04/12--08:30: Speakers Corner
- 11/04/12--08:00: Group Therapy
- 11/04/12--07:00: Art Saves Lives
- 11/04/12--06:00: Calling All Pensioners
- 11/04/12--05:00: Latin Waves
Repeated from Sunday wee hours. Grime and chat with Arthur, Michael and Ronnie.
Repeated from Friday. Dane music with Nick Luscombe.
Repeated from Saturday. With Fari Bradley.
Repeated from Friday evening. New rock and more with Ed PInsent.
With William English. Repeated from Friday at 2:30pm.
"This edition has been produced in the UK by regular contributor Felicity Ford, in preparation for a forthcoming conference presentation by herself, Paul Whitty and Andrea Zarza Canova at the annual British Forum for Ethnomusciology conference, which will be held on 24th November at the Pitt Rovers Museum in Oxford."
Rock in the most experimental form - Sean & Marina host.
"Millar World." Starting a month of shows on Panel Borders about the art of writing superhero comics, Alex Fitch talks to Mark Millar, a 2000AD alumnus who now has his own anthology comic "Clint," which features the continuing saga of his popular alt-superhero story "Kick Ass" and his current strips intended for forthcoming movie adaptations. Alex and Mark discuss the latter's experiences in British and American comics, the relationship of his Catholic faith to strips such as "American Jesus" and "Saviour," and the genesis of super-villain heist caper "Super Crooks" with Spanish director Nacho Vigalondo.
French freak beat and concréte poetics with Eleonire Desnos.
This evening's show is about the writer Boris Vian, his ties with jazz and his infamous singing career. I will be reading extracts from the transcripts of his jazz chronicles, Hot Club de Paris, for the New-York radio station WNEW in 1948-1949,
and briefly present the man, his influences, talent and misfortunes.
"L'alternative: a journey through continental oddities and delights "a la carte". Looking at the work of composers, artists, and madmen from France and Europe.
Irish music and culture with Johnny Jameson.
Polish Deli is a weekly bilingual program dedicated to Polish independent and alternative art. The aim of the show is to present Polish culture to both Polish and international audience. Presenter Kacper Ziemianin talks to Poles living in UK, Poland and anywhere else in the world and tries to get a picture of Polish contemporary arts and to challenge stereotypes about Polish people. For more info and contact visit: http://www.ziemianin.net/
Writer, academic and activist Nina Power discusses politics and history. This week on The Hour of Power, Nina discusses the justice system and the courts in a radio-essay that examines the theatre of the courtroom and the role of the cross-examination, with reference to what philosophers and others have said about the process. There will also be quotes and courtroom related tracks/samples and excerpts from artist Lawrence Abu Hamdan's work on audio and law, The Aural Contract. Juliet Jacques - The Guardian, New Statesman - also joins Nina to discuss confession.
Political discourse, debate and pure rhetoric recorded weekly at London's legendary Speakers Corner in Hyde Park.
We're back in the studio discussing Imposter Syndrome and presenter Jen Kerrison is joined by regular guest Psychologist, Dr Alice Jones, business expert, Deena Gornick and comedian Grainne Maguire.
Group Therapy is a conversational panel discussion show, which explores real life 'confessions' from expert points of view. Our academics, comedians and psychologists provide fascinating insights into the human condition. It is simply a great conversation about the complexities of being human with a great mix of high brow and the hilarious. It’s often quite controversial as well.
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 Harry Haward. Today's show covers opposition to the closure of Lewisham Hospital’s A&E unit, which was revamped at a cost of £12 million in April. Lewisham MP Heidi Alexander has set up a petition on her website (http://www.heidialexander.org.uk/).
Plus further coverage of gas price rises from Christine Tate, Head of Corporate Responsibility at British Gas, with news of the £130 Warm Home Discount rebate.
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 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. "