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- 11/14/12--21:30: _The Rob Simone Talk...
- 11/14/12--20:30: _Abject Bloc (repeat)
- 11/14/12--19:30: _Late Lunch with Out...
- 11/16/12--19:30: _50/50 Sound System ...
- 11/16/12--18:30: _Sound Soup (repeat)
- 11/16/12--18:00: _AIL - artists in la...
- 11/16/12--16:30: _The Gravy
- 11/16/12--15:30: _Flomotion
- 11/16/12--14:30: _(...) Such A Nice R...
- 11/16/12--13:00: _The Exotic Pylon
- 11/16/12--12:00: _Clear Spot
- 11/16/12--11:30: _Micro-Clear Spot
- 11/16/12--11:00: _Little Atoms
- 11/16/12--09:30: _The Sound Projector
- 11/16/12--09:00: _I'm Ready For My Cl...
- 11/16/12--08:00: _OIDARADIO Conversat...
- 11/16/12--07:30: _Technical Difficulties
- 11/16/12--06:30: _Wavelength
- 11/16/12--06:00: _Sound Out
- 11/16/12--05:00: _Calling All Pensioners
- 11/14/12--21:30: The Rob Simone Talk Show (repeat)
- 11/14/12--20:30: Abject Bloc (repeat)
- 11/14/12--19:30: Late Lunch with Out To Lunch (repeat)
- 11/16/12--19:30: 50/50 Sound System (repeat)
- 11/16/12--18:30: Sound Soup (repeat)
- 11/16/12--18:00: AIL - artists in laboratories (repeat)
- 11/16/12--16:30: The Gravy
- 11/16/12--15:30: Flomotion
- 11/16/12--14:30: (...) Such A Nice Radio Show
- 11/16/12--13:00: The Exotic Pylon
- 11/16/12--12:00: Clear Spot
- 11/16/12--11:30: Micro-Clear Spot
- 11/16/12--11:00: Little Atoms
- 11/16/12--09:30: The Sound Projector
- 11/16/12--09:00: I'm Ready For My Close-Up
- 11/16/12--08:00: OIDARADIO Conversations
- 11/16/12--07:30: Technical Difficulties
- 11/16/12--06:30: Wavelength
- 11/16/12--06:00: Sound Out
- 11/16/12--05:00: Calling All Pensioners
Repeated from Tuesday wee hours. Anomalous phenomena with Rob Simone.
Repeated from Tuesday night. Politics and noise with Tim Goldie and pals.
Repeated from Wednesday afternoon. Politics, poetry and free form polemic with Ben Watson.
Repeated from Wednesday night. Dub reggae sessions.
Repeated from Monday night. Mash up with Joel Cahen.
Repeated from Thursday night.
60 minutes in the eye of a radiophonic vortex - hosted by The Band Of Holy Joy.
(...) Such A Nice Radio Show presents 'Padeg's Dreaming His Way Out Of The City Of Riga' Tonight's show is set in 1930's Riga and features the pro-bar anti-war artist Padeg's. Music from the 30's Latvian Bellacord label and beyond. Produced by Band Of Holy Joy
To celebrate the release of his debut album, Lata will be performing a very special live set in the Resonance studio. He explains:
"Friday’s live set will have as its basis a series of loops taken from an audio archive that my Father recorded throughout my childhood – capturing the changing voices of our family on birthdays, holidays and special occasions. However, instead of being an attempt to recapture a bucolic past, this archival exploring is more interested in the way in which the vitality of this familiar thing is made unfamiliar in its redeployment, unhomed."
The Micro-Clear Spot is an open slot for documentary and experimental radio works. Contribute - e-mail ideas to email@example.com
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.
Jonnie Hughes is a filmmaker in the BBC Natural History Unit and Head of Development for BBC Earth. His documentaries have been shown on the BBC, Discovery and National Geographic Channel. He studied ecology and evolution at the University of Leeds. Jonnie’s first book is On the Origin of Tepees: Why Some Ideas Spread While Others Go Extinct.
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.
Cinema and visual media - various presenters. Electric Sheep Magazine editor Virginie Sélavy talks to Josh Saco, the man behind Cigarette Burns, which organises screenings of cult films in various London venues. Past screenings have included Dario Argento’s Suspiria, Abel Ferrara’s revenge thriller Ms 45, Harry Kumel’s Euro lesbian vampire movie Daughters of Darkness, disturbing 70s Spanish chiller Who Can Kill a Child? as well as a Female Convict Scorpion all-nighter. Cigarette Burns also produced the play The Hallowe’en Sessions, which was the subject of last month’s show. Their next event is a late night screening of Mary Lambert’s 1989 Pet Sematary, adapted from Stephen King, on Friday 16 November at the Rio Cinema in Dalston.
As part of Sao Paulo Biennial, Kiki Mazzucchelli and guests presents contemporary Brasilian sound-art.
This series is a cooperation between Resonance104.4fm in London and Mobile Radio BSP in São Paulo.
Insights into the disability with Tim Abbott and crew.
In this weeks edition of Wavelength, William English asks: "How German is it? Again."
English plays excerpts of Captain Maurice Seddon's collection of reel to reel tapes
rescued from Datchet Cottage now due for demolition. The tapes date back to the 1960s, mostly consisting of recordings of Strauss and light music and occasional conversations with persons unknown, interspersed and/or overlaid with snatches of poetry from German speaking poets such as Karl Kraus and Ernst Jandl.
Presented by Carole Finer. Carole presents extracts from her recent interview with John Cohen alongside recordings of his music. In the late fifties in New York, John Cohen co-founded the New Lost City Ramblers along with Mike Seeger and Tom Paley. This string band influenced many musicians, including Bob Dylan, Jerry Garcia and Ry Cooder, and shaped the old time music revival. John is also renowned as an ethnomusicologist, photographer and award winning filmmaker.
Tim Hamilton discusses issues that primarily affect OAPs.