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  • 11/08/12--01:00: Clear Spot (repeat)
  • Repeated from last night.

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  • 11/08/12--00:30: Panel Borders (repeat)
  • Repeated from Sunday. Graphic novels and comics with Alex Fitch.

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  • 11/08/12--00:00: Sound Check (repeat)
  • Repeated from Saturday night. New music live with James Hodder.

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  • 11/07/12--23:00: Studio Visit (repeat)
  • Repeated from Tuesday evening. Morgan Quaintance meets artists in situ.

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    Repeated from Friday afternoon. Disability issues with Tim Abbott.

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    Repeated from Tuesday wee hours. Anomalous phenomena with Rob Simone.

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  • 11/07/12--20:30: Abject Bloc (repeat)
  • Repeated from Tuesday night. Politics and noise with Tim Goldie and pals.

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    Repeated from Wednesday afternoon. Politics, poetry and free form polemic with Ben Watson.

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  • 11/07/12--18:30: The Organ (repeat)
  • Repeated from Sunday night. New rock with Sean and Marina.

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  • 11/07/12--18:00: Yinka & the ID (repeat)
  • Repeated from Wednesday evening. Transatlantic probes with Yinka.

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  • 11/07/12--17:00: World City Live (repeat)
  • Repeated from Wednesday evening. World music with Cultural Co-Operation.

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  • 11/07/12--15:00: 50/50 Sound System
  • 60’s, 70’s & 80’s old skool reggae with a touch of the new.

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  • 11/07/12--14:00: Oto Broadcast
  • Claire Urbahn presents previews, news and reviews from Dalston's Cafe Oto, voted this year's hippest venue in the UK by Italian Vogie magazine. This debut OB features live recordings from Josephine Foster's 2-day residency at Cafe Oto (5th & 6th Nov) + highlights from Josephine Foster and Victor Herrero in conversation with Clair Urbahn recorded in the creaky, binder-strewn offices of Cafe Oto in between sound-check and dinner at Red Art on Kingsland High Street.

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  • 11/07/12--13:00: Atomic Bark!

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  • 11/09/12--13:00: The Exotic Pylon

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  • 11/09/12--12:00: Clear Spot
  • Beefheart's legacy.

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  • 11/09/12--11:30: I'm Ready For My Close-Up
  • Manhwa and Metamorphosis Two events taking place this weekend are ideal locations for fans of fantasy and science fiction to visit - SCI-FI-LONDON: EAST and Manhwa: Korean Story & Painting - each in venues not known for exploring those genres. Alex Fitch talks to director Chris Swanton about his adaptation of Franz Kafka's The Metamorphosis, screening Sunday 11th November at Stratford Picturehouse and to comic book creator Min-Woo Hyung regarding the art he's exhibiting at the Korean Creative Content Agency, 1-3 The Strand. Alex and Chris discuss why the director chose a hard to translate novel by Kafka as his directorial debut, following a career as an editor on such projects as the BBC's Ghostwatch, and Min-Woo talks about his career as a Manhwa creator from his debut Chronicle of a Hot-blooded Judo King to his latest project Ghostface and his most famous series Priest, which was adapted as a Sci-Fi blockbuster in 2011. More info about SCI-FI-LONDON: EAST (9th-11th November) at www.scfilondon.com and Manhwa: Korean Story & Painting (1st-21st November) at www.manhwa101.com 7.30pm, Friday 9th November 2012, Resonance 104.4 FM / www.resonancefm.com / podcast at www.panelborders.wordpress.com

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  • 11/09/12--11:00: Little Atoms
  • 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. Conor Woodman is an economist, author, film-maker and presenter. He is the author of Around the World in 80 Trades - which had an accompanying four-part television series for Channel 4. His most recent book was Unfair Trade: How Big Business Exploits the World's Poor - and Why it Doesn't Have to, which we discussed on a previous episode of Little Atoms. In this show we talk about Conor's latest TV series, Scam City, which is currently airing on Wednesday evenings at 8pm on the National Geographic Channel.

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  • 11/09/12--09:30: The Sound Projector
  • 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. www.thesoundprojector.com/radio-show

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  • 11/09/12--09:00: Art Monthly Monthly
  • This month's fine art round up with Matt Hale. In this Friday's Art Monthly Talk show host Matt Hale will be joined by John Douglas Millar and Colin Perry John Douglas Millar has written a feature on Conceptual Writing and asks Is writing still playing catch-up with art? The term 'Conceptual Writing' was coined in 2003 to define literary works that may function as Conceptual Art, where the ideas behind the rule-based texts cannot be separated from the act of writing itself. But does this reliance on the act of authoring undermine the movement's distanciating intentions? 'Conceptual Writing might not seem particularly radical. After all, the Oulipo group have been experimenting with constraint-based writing for over 50 years and citation and appropriation are a fundamental of much modernist literature.' Colin Perry reviews Matthew Darbyshire at Zabludowicz Collection, London, The Associates at Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, Theaster Gates at White Cube Bermondsey, London and he discusses how over these past few recessionary years, the context available for art in the UK has changed in line with public spending cuts. Creativity has increasingly sought a home in two types of well-funded organisations: private collectors’ kunsthalles, in which public and private functions mix freely; and the domestic houses and mansions managed by the heritage sector, in which art is programmed to respond to a permanent collection. But many artists show a deep ambivalence about such contexts.

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