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- 11/14/12--05:00: Mapping the metropolis
- 11/14/12--04:00: Far Side Radio
- 11/14/12--03:00: One Life Left (repeat)
- 11/14/12--02:00: House Rent Boogie (repeat)
- 11/14/12--01:00: Clear Spot (repeat)
- 11/14/12--00:30: Polish Deli (repeat)
- 11/14/12--00:00: Sound Out (repeat)
- 11/13/12--23:00: Radio Ecoshock (repeat)
- 11/13/12--22:30: Sanskriti (repeat)
- 11/13/12--22:00: The Bike Show (repeat)
- 11/13/12--20:00: The OST Show (repeat)
- 11/13/12--19:30: Speakers Corner (repeat)
- 11/13/12--18:30: Sine of the Times (repeat)
- 11/13/12--18:00: Out In South London (repeat)
- 11/15/12--19:30: Is Black Music (repeat)
- 11/15/12--18:30: Drones of Hell (repeat)
- 11/15/12--18:00: Luscombe's Choice (repeat)
- 11/15/12--17:00: Counter Culture Radio (repeat)
- 11/15/12--16:00: Sleeping Dogs Lie
A controversial music critic, Ben Watson's by-line has been suppressed in print media, but he continues to voice his"unacceptable" opinions on air. Watson will still be talking and playing music, but disco-graphical detail is reserved for the conclusion. Watson's words, on the other hand, shall be continually present, dispensing with any connection to
argued frames of reference or current media chatter, to any known critical
consensus or any established political position. Instead, his scripts shall
explore the repercussions of a point made by Bob Dobbs, the Marshall McLuhan
archivist and e-media prankster.
Kit Caless discusses writing and the city with various authors from across the globe.This week, Kit talks to Sam Berkson and Simon Okotie. Berkson and Okotie discuss the impact of public transport on their writings.
Sam Berkson and Simon Okotie
Sam Berkson is a poet and performer who’s debut poetry collection Life in
Transit, explores life on public transport as part of an interrogation of neoliberal
Britain and the last capitalist experience.
Simon Okotie is a novelist and playwright. His latest novel is What Ever
Happened to Harold Absalon - a detective novel set on a Routemaster bus. Simon
used to be a transport specialist for an environmental consultancy.
Kit Caless is an author and co-editor of Acquired for Development By a best selkling anthology of new writing about Hackney and regeneration/gentrification. He is also the co-proprietor of Influx Press.
Music from the catalogues of Far Side Music, the world's primary source for East Asian music.
Repeated from Monday evening. Video games reviewed and discussed with Ste Curran and crew.
Repeated from Sunday afternoon. New blues with Nikki Brooks.
Repeated from last night.
Repeated from last Sunday. Polish magazine programme.
Repeated from Friday afternoon. Acoustic music and chat with Carole Finer.
Repeated from Tuesday noon. Environmental news with Alex Smith.
Repeated from Tuesday afternoon. Hindi magazine show with Rakesh Muthar.
Repeated from Monday evening. Cycle culture with Jack Thurston.
Repeated from Saturday afternoon. Sound tracks and library music with Johnny Trunk.
Repeated from Sunday afternoon. Political discourse, debate and pure rhetoric recorded weekly at London's legendary Speakers Corner in Hyde Park.
Repeated from Saturday night. Rita Maia brings her weekly insight into the underground of new electronic and dance music, focusing on the sound system culture from London and worldwide. Weekly mixes, live sessions, special label shows, exclusive and forthcoming releases.
In this week's show, London producer Planas steps in the studio for a showcase of his forthcoming album.
Repeated from Tuesday evening. LGBT magazine show with Rosie Wilby.
Repeated from Wednesday wee hours. New, underground and classic music with Art Terry.
Repeated from Wednesday night. Death metal with Ray Kirby.
Repeated from Monday night. Classic recordings analysed by Will Luscombe.
Repeated from Thursday afternoon. New releases from Rough Trade Shops.
Late night ambient sounds with Miguel Santos.