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- 12/08/13--17:00: _Mobius Strip
- 12/08/13--16:00: _The Rob Simone Talk...
- 12/08/13--15:00: _framework
- 12/08/13--14:00: _Drones of Hell
- 12/08/13--13:00: _The Organ presents ...
- 12/08/13--12:30: _Hooting Yard On The...
- 12/08/13--11:30: _Wanted (repeat)
- 12/08/13--10:30: _Ireland's Eye
- 12/08/13--10:00: _Speakers' Corner
- 12/08/13--09:00: _Studio Visit
- 12/08/13--08:30: _Polish Deli
- 12/08/13--08:00: _L'Alternative
- 12/08/13--07:30: _PassWord (repeat)
- 12/08/13--07:00: _The Relatively Good...
- 12/08/13--06:00: _Calling All Pension...
- 12/08/13--05:00: _Latin Waves
- 12/10/13--05:00: _The Nest Collective...
- 12/10/13--03:00: _From The Archives
- 12/10/13--02:00: _World City Live (re...
- 12/10/13--01:00: _Clear Spot
- 12/08/13--17:00: Mobius Strip
- 12/08/13--16:00: The Rob Simone Talk Show
- 12/08/13--15:00: framework
- 12/08/13--14:00: Drones of Hell
- 12/08/13--13:00: The Organ presents The Other Rock Show
- 12/08/13--12:30: Hooting Yard On The Air
- 12/08/13--11:30: Wanted (repeat)
- 12/08/13--10:30: Ireland's Eye
- 12/08/13--10:00: Speakers' Corner
- 12/08/13--09:00: Studio Visit
- 12/08/13--08:30: Polish Deli
- 12/08/13--08:00: L'Alternative
- 12/08/13--07:30: PassWord (repeat)
- 12/08/13--07:00: The Relatively Good Radio Show
- 12/08/13--06:00: Calling All Pensioners (repeat)
- 12/08/13--05:00: Latin Waves
- 12/10/13--05:00: The Nest Collective Hour
- 12/10/13--03:00: From The Archives
- 12/10/13--02:00: World City Live (repeat)
- 12/10/13--01:00: Clear Spot
Loops, loops and more loops.
Interviews with a wide range of alternative thinkers by the Los Angeles-based investigator of anomalous phenomena. Tonight's guest is Matthew Brownstein CEO of the Starchild Project, a scientific organization exploring the possibility of extraterrestrial contact. Visit http://www.robsimone.com/ for more information. [Repeated Wednesday 6am.]
The best from a world of field recordings, curated by Patrick McGinley. Tonight: work by Mountain Black, Christopher DeLaurenti, James Bailey, Daniel Kordík, Tom Hatcher, and Rachel McGrother. Visit http://www.frameworkradio.net for more information and/or contact firstname.lastname@example.org [Repeated Saturday 3am.]
Ray Kirby presents an hour of Extreme Metal, featuring tracks old and new from the last three decades. For more information visit http://dronesofhell.blogspot.com. [Repeated Tuesday 1am.]
Rock in the most experimental form, with Sean and Marina. Visit http://www.organart.com/ for more information [Repeated Tuesday 3.30am.]
[Repeated from Thursday 6.30pm.] Live, leftfield fiction with prodigious author-in-residence Frank Key. This week Hooting Yard visits Ancient Egypt. Visit http://hootingyard.org/ for more information.
[Repeated from Tuesday 3pm.] Henry Scott Irvine talks to a range of cultural and counter-cultural figures he has always wanted to meet. Today: a repeat of Henry's interview with BAFTA and Oscar winning film director Sir Alan Parker, who talks candidly about his life in London, his 14 feature films, his work in TV commercials, and his most enduring memories from a very full lifetime working as a film maker.
The latest from the Irish country music scene plus requests, news and more. With Johnny Jameson. Contact email@example.com. [Repeated Wednesday 8am.]
Recordings of voices, meetings, views, and soundscapes from in and around Speakers' Corner, the world's oldest location for free speech. [Repeated Wednesday 5.30am.]
Morgan Quaintance discusses the work of international contemporary artists. Visit studiovisitshow.com for more information.
[Repeated Friday 10am.]
A bilingual programme presented by Kacper Ziemianin dedicated to Polish independent and alternative art. Visit http://www.ziemianin.net/ for more information. [Repeated Thursday 5.30am.]
Eleonore Desnos explores continental oddities and delights "a la carte". [Repeated Wednesday 3pm.]
[Repeated from Wednesday 3.30pm.] 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: a rare interview with Jimmy Wales, inventor of wikipedia. Plus Jane Whyatt with the latest cyber security news.
Richard Guard and Anna Crockatt of The Dulwich Ukulele Club celebrate the capital's past, present and future. [Repeated Tuesday 6am.]
[Repeated from Monday at 1pm]. Magazine programme with Tim Hamilton and Harry Haward, featuring issues which affect pensioners across London, presented by South London's Deptford Action Group for the Elderly. Today: why last winter saw over 31,000 winter deaths in England and Wales - a 29% increase over the previous year. Most of these deaths occurred in people aged 75 and over. Visit http://ecs.lewisham.gov.uk/dage for more information.
Latin American contemporary culture explored by critic and producer Javier Chandia. Visit www.zebehn.com for more information. [Repeated Friday at 6am.]
A new time for our hour of contemporary folk music with Sam Lee, Ceri Wade and Jamie Doe. Visit http://www.thenestcollective.co.uk or
https://www.facebook.com/thenestcollective for more information and/or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. [Repeated Friday 8am.]
Two shows recovered from our archives by James Knight. First, "Three In The Past Tense" by Mark Callaghan for Crystal Clear Creators from 06.06.06; then Sam Ross on John C.Lilly from 05.12.23.
[Repeated from Wednesday 6.30pm.] A music series presented by Cultural Co-operation, the arts and education charity that seeks to create cross-cultural bonds bonds via cultural practice. Tonight: Eloise reviews Cultural Co-operation's World City: Artist Network Showcase event, 12 November 2013. Featuring performances and interviews from Deanna Rodger, Family Atlantica Duo, Gavin Davenport, Dear Winesburg, Silk String Quartet, Merit Ariane, Diego Laverde Rojas, Simo Lagnawi, and Kasai Masai. Visit www.culturalco-operation.org for more information.
[Repeated from Monday 8pm]. The Art Monthly Talk Show. Paul O'Kane sees through the rhetoric of transparency. "Recent claims that transparency – particularly the kind heralded by online technologies – is a panacea for democracy veil the fact that, in terms of power relations, these technologies often function more like the one-way mirrors of interrogation rooms. Perhaps artists ought to look back to the radical repurposing of mainstream culture in the tumultuous 1970s for inspiration as to how to reveal the unseen."