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- 10/11/12--08:00: _The Opera Hour
- 10/11/12--07:00: _Enemies of Good Art
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- 10/12/12--04:00: The Curtain Up Show
- 10/11/12--22:00: Breakfast Repeats
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- 10/11/12--10:30: Hooting Yard On The Air
- 10/11/12--10:00: I'm Ready For My Close-Up
- 10/11/12--09:00: Pull the Plug
- 10/11/12--08:00: The Opera Hour
- 10/11/12--07:00: Enemies of Good Art
- 10/13/12--13:00: Sine of The Times
- 10/13/12--12:30: Soundcheck
- 10/13/12--12:00: Radia (repeat)
- 10/13/12--11:00: The Truth About Markets
- 10/13/12--10:30: This Music Wins
Tim Hamilton discusses issues that primarily affect OAPs.
A chat show discussing new theatre.
Hosted by Tim McArthur.
Today Tim is joined by Cian Barry and Lewis Reeves who are currently starring in OUR BOYS at the Duchess Theatre. Tim is also joined by Darren Day who is currently starring in THE LAST SESSION at the Tristan Bates Theatre, along with the production's producer, Rob Harris.
Fried, scrambled or boiled. A collection of shows from the eclectic archives of Resonance FM.
Late night ambient sounds with Miguel Santos.
"...the soundtrack to the end of the world"
Chris Maume, The Independent
Anne Wanjie talks to the founder of Rhythms Del Mundo. Rhythms del Mundo
Anne Wanjie talks to music producer and environmentalist Kenny Young about Artists Project Earth that he founded. The organisation supports disaster relief projects around the world and raises funds through sale of the Rhythms del Mundo series of albums. The latest, Rhythms del Mundo Africa, was released on 8th October 2012. All the Rhythms del Mundo music is available via http://www.apeuk.org via downloads or on CD.
New music brought to you by the team behind The Wire magazine. This week's show, hosted by Chris Bohn, features music from Ivan Pavlov's SoiSong, the resurrection of his project with the late Peter Christopherson. The new SoiSong EP is a tribute to his former collaborator, and the first release under the name since his death. Also in the black record bag: new Japanese psych from Le Son De L'Os, and extracts from the EM Records/Omega Point John Cage Shock collection, chronicling Cage's first visit to the Jopan in the early 1960s.
Alex Fitch talks to author Michael Chabon about his latest novel Telegraph Avenue and his collection of autobiographical essays, Manhood for Amateurs, which both display the writer's love of collectables and ephemera from comic books to lego, Blaxploitation films to classic funk records.
Also in a Q and A recorded at Waterstones, Piccadilly, Sarah McIntyre talks to author David Almond and illustrator Oliver Jeffers about their collaboration on The Boy who swam with Piranhas and Jeffers' latest picture book, This Moose belongs to me, which combines the artist's use of painting, collage and word balloons to create a fable about collectivism for younger readers!
The Clear Spot is our "open access" programme. If you'd like to make a programme send an e-mail -(subject line - Clear Spot) to: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Tonight's Cafe Calcio examines the folly or otherwise of the twice yearly transfer window. What positive purpose does it serve? How can you cover the window as a journalist and how can one deal responsibly with the inevitable rumour mill? How does a journalist prioritise between his need to be factual and informative, but also to entertain and generate online hits in a world where gossip of any kind spreads like wildfire.
And what of the economics of the window for clubs? How can limiting the time in which clubs can refresh their squads with new talent do any thing BUT artificially increase the 'value' of a player?
We've brought in someone who knows all about coverage of Fifa's 'Registration Period', sports hack Scott Murray, whose Minute by Minute coverage of the phenomenon on Guardian online is reknowned.
Presented by Chris Dixon, David Stubbs and Chris Roberts.
Produced by Chris Dixon.
Email comments and suggestions: firstname.lastname@example.org
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New fiction with Frank Key.
This week on Hooting Yard Frank Key tells the terrifying tale of the mummy's curse!
Leah Borromeo discusses her documentary feature on cotton farming in Indian, the gargantuan spate of farmer suicides and the nefarious impact of GM crops. Richard Thomas presents.
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 email@example.com.
I might even listen to it.
Opera singer Richard Scott explores opera through the prism of various themes - politics, power, greed, the abominable, magic, lust, comedy. On The Opera Hour this week we will be joined by Glyndebourne's Young Composer in Residence, Luke Styles, who'll be telling us about his upcoming operas and his experiences at Glyndebourne. We'll also be hearing some live singing from his new opera Lover's Walk, which has its premier in a few weeks time and Luke will be talking about some of his favourite ever music from Wagner to Purcell to Eddie Vedder.'
Martina Mullaney hosts a series of conversations with women artists on art practice, careers and raising children.
The first seven broadcasts in this new series will air live in The Showroom for the duration of "The Grand Domestic Revolution GOES ON."
James Hodder plays a selection of new music including Australian songwriter Angus Stone and Police Dog Hogan. The show also features information on upcoming gigs from Gregory Alan Isakov, Danny Schmidt and Carrie Elkin. Follow updates on Twitter @radiohodder or listen again at mixcloud.com/radiohodder.
James Hodder plays new music and gives a mention to some upcoming London gigs. Follow updates on Twitter @radiohodder or listen again to shows from the series at www.mixcloud.com/radiohodder. To contact the show directly email firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Originally broadcast on 8th October)
Radia is a network of independent radio stations who have a common interest in promoting and producing artworks for the radio, and in forming related projects based on broadcasting and cultural exchange. It intends to be a space of reflection about today's radio and radio art. Its activities try to contribute to intercultural exchange and artworks and artists circulation.
Every week a new show of radiophonic experiments from the award winning Radia network of 20 independent cultural radio stations:
Today's show, 392- Elektronik Teatime, Live-Recording from the Paraflow-Festival 2012, is from Orange 94.0, Vienna.
Live from London with the notorious nemesis of bankers, Max Keiser. Max and co-host Stacy Herbert ("the most dangerous people in financial media) scrutinise the markets with ruthless aplomb. The Truth About Markets is repeated every Monday at noon.
New releases in leftfield rock and beyond with Peter Lanceley, a 20 year old musician, blogger and broadcaster based in Brighton, UK. Peter founded his blog This Music Wins (www.thismusicwins.com), in 2008. This Music Wins has been cited by The Independent and a number of other notable music authorities worldwide including Indie Shuffle, The 405, NME, Wikio Music, Amazing Radio and The Camden Crawl. Peter was also selected by Glastonbury Festival to judge the Emerging Talent Competition for the 2011 festival and also contributed to the 2011 Netaudio Festival at The Roundhouse, London. Peter also contributes guitars and lead vocals to PRS for Music Foundation-funded avant-rock band Kinnie The Explorer and is in the second year of studying for a Philosophy degree at the University Of Sussex.