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- 11/29/12--08:00: _The Opera Hour
- 11/29/12--07:00: _Enemies of Good Art
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- 11/29/12--05:00: _Talking Africa
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- 12/01/12--01:00: _The Naked Short Club
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- 11/30/12--23:00: _Ireland's Eye (repeat)
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- 11/29/12--16:00: Sleeping Dogs Lie
- 11/29/12--15:00: Bermuda Triangle Test Transmission Broadcasts
- 11/29/12--14:30: A.I.L - artists in laboratories
- 11/29/12--13:00: Adventures In Sound and Music
- 11/29/12--12:00: Cafe Calcio
- 11/29/12--10:00: Clear Spot Special - Live from the 30th São Paulo Biennial
- 11/29/12--09:30: Hooting Yard On The Air
- 11/29/12--09:00: Pull the Plug
- 11/29/12--08:00: The Opera Hour
- 11/29/12--07:00: Enemies of Good Art
- 11/29/12--06:00: The Traditional Music Hour
- 11/29/12--05:00: Talking Africa
- 12/01/12--05:30: Nostalgie Ya Mboka
- 12/01/12--04:00: The Hello Goodbye Show
- 12/01/12--03:00: Cafe Calcio (repeat)
- 12/01/12--02:00: The Curtain Up Show (repeat)
- 12/01/12--01:00: The Naked Short Club
- 12/01/12--00:00: Mapping The Metropolis (repeat)
- 11/30/12--23:00: Ireland's Eye (repeat)
Repeated from Thursday afternoon. New releases from Rough Trade Shops.
An ambient music programme by Miguel Santos. No words, just slow tempo, cool chill-out dreamlike music, perfect for the small hours of the day before falling asleep.
Subscribe and listen to archived shows of Sleeping Dogs Lie on http://www.mixcloud.com/miguelsantosuk/
ARTIST | SONG | TIME
Masonik Inna Sky 08:09
Masonik Magriculture In Ambient Disco 11:34
Masonik When the Floor Sinks just let the Sky Fall 09:30
Masonik Inverted Chamber (Submerge Jazz) 10:51
Masonik Landing Cycle 2 03:30
Vinterkylans hemlighet Emptiness 02:29
Vinterkylans hemlighet Run away from the modern world 04:00
Vinterkylans hemlighet Sleep 02:26
Vinterkylans hemlighet Walking in the woods 03:31
twomilliondays Organum 05:00
Hugh Doolan Maiden Speech 02:03
"...the soundtrack to the end of the world"
Chris Maume, The Independent
Repeated from Tuesday. Régine Debatty discusses with an artist, a hacker, a designer or a scientist creative ways to explore science and technology.
New music brought to you by the team behind The Wire magazine.
On Saturday, AFC Wimbledon play the MK Dons for the first time in the 2nd round of the FA cup since the former rose out of the ashes after the latter upped and moved to Milton Keynes.
Tonight we explore the myriad schisms in the minds of fans of the phoenix club as they ask themselves whether or not to boycott the game.
Cafe Calcio is presented by Chris Dixon, David Stubbs and Chris Roberts
and produced by Chris Dixon.
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Radio on Radio. Live from Mobile Radio at the 30th São Paulo Biennial, 2012 - The Imminence of Poetics - comes this two hour special. (Other shows this evening are accordingly rescheduled). Mikkel Meyer fills the airwaves with Nordic food, and invites you to join the dinner at the restaurant called "Radio" in Copenhagen, Demark. Its location is quite special: it used to be the studio of the experimental Danish radio programme, Lydmuren, the digital remains of which were broadcast on Mobile Radio BSP at the 30th Bienal of São Paulo from the 10 to 15 October 2012. Guests are poets Jens Blendstrup and Niels Ivar Larsen, composer Jacob Riis and CEO of the Meyer Group, Emil Bruun Blauert. What the four have in common is their shared – albeit extremely different – takes on what you might call experimental montage and that they have all worked with these techniques in this "Radio" building. This transmission embodies two parallel conversations, since four English translators will translate, simultaneously, the conversation from Danish into English. These conversations will be mixed with ambient sounds from the restaurant, creating a picture in sound of the whole setting. Tune in and enjoy a gourmet dinner at "Radio" on the radio.
New fiction with Frank Key.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 today's show he is joined by the soprano Allison Bell who'll be taking about her upcoming performance of Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire with the BBC Concert Orchestra on Monday and about some of her critically acclaimed roles, including singing Ravel in Russia and Eotvos at Glyndebourne.
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."
The Traditional Music Hour brings you the best traditional music from the British Isles. In today's show Kevin Sheils will feature some music from County Clare fiddle player Martin Hayes, who is appearing in Hammersmith this evening. Plus the usual mixed bag of tracks that take his fancy.
Talking Africa continues its focus on South Africa with a discussion on the future prospects of the country's ruling party, the ANC, on delivering on its promise of "a better life for all" in the face of rising problems of inequality, mass poverty, and unemployment; and failure of the ANC government to address these challenges, particularly to the poor majority indigenous African segment of the society they owe their 'political power' to, and which segment is slowly but steadily losing patience with it; and the ruling ANC slowly but steadily losing its credibility with this segment of South Africa's society.
Guests on the programme are Bobby Peek, director of the Environmental Justice and Development organisation Groundwork, and Khaya Thwala, deputy secretary of the London branch of the ANC.
Hosted by Sonny Decker.
One barnstorming hour of classic Congolese rhumba's... the music of the two Congo's 1950 to 1990 and very occasionally beyond. Presented by Vincent and Kofi.
Hello GoodBye possibly bites off more than it can chew this Saturday lunchtime, with not 2 but 3 sets of live performers in the studio; Dead Rat Orchestra, Hallo Halo & David Tattersall.
Since forming in 2002, The Dead Rat Orchestra have played regularly throughout the UK and Internationally, always attempting to react or interact with their surroundings and the people and ideas that they come across - often crafting each performance for the particular space in which they find themselves (from former abattoirs to churches, concert halls to coppice woods). Dead Rat Orchestra are Daniel Merrill, Robin Alderton and Nathaniel Mann.
HALO HALO take their name from a very tasty, multicoloured desert from the Philippines. They are Jack on drums, singing and Harmonica and Rachel on Banjo, singing and Gill on keyboards and bass. Halo Halo make music that careens, drawing on Appalachian folk rambles as well as the hyper melodic clattering Sinawi vibes of Korea's shamanic past. Check out their debut 7" single 'Manananggal' on M'Lady's records now.
The Wave Pictures frontman David Tattersall recorded his new solo album Little Martha in one day with Simon Trought at the old Soup Studio, underneath the Duke of Uke ukulele shop on Hanbury Street, just off Brick Lane in East London. There are no overdubs on the album, which was recorded live with one microphone. Franic Rozycki stopped by to play mandolin on a couple of tracks, but otherwise it's entirely me playing acoustic guitar. There are no vocals on the album.
Repeated from Sunday. Popular Irish music requests with Johnny Jameson.