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- 11/30/12--22:30: I'm Ready For My Close Up (repeat)
- 11/30/12--21:30: Sleeping Dogs Lie (repeat)
- 11/30/12--19:30: 50/50 Sound System (repeat)
- 11/30/12--18:30: Sound Soup (repeat)
- 11/30/12--18:00: AIL - artists in laboratories (repeat)
- 11/30/12--16:30: The Gravy
- 11/30/12--15:30: Flomotion
- 11/30/12--14:30: (...) Such A Nice Radio Show
- 11/30/12--13:00: The Exotic Pylon
- 11/30/12--12:00: Clear Spot: Genesis P Orridge
- 11/30/12--11:30: Micro-Clear Spot
- 11/30/12--11:00: Little Atoms
- 11/30/12--09:30: The Sound Projector
- 11/30/12--09:00: I'm Ready For My Close-Up
- 11/30/12--08:00: OIDARADIO Conversations
- 11/30/12--07:30: Technical Difficulties
- 11/30/12--06:30: Wavelength
- 11/30/12--06:00: Sound Out
- 12/02/12--07:00: Art Saves Lives
- 12/02/12--06:00: Calling All Pensioners
Repeated from Friday. Film review show.
Repeated from Friday wee hours. Ambient music with Miguel Santos.
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
Repeated from Wednesday night. Dub reggae sessions.
Repeated from Monday night. Mash up with Joel Cahen.
Repeated from Thursday night.
savoury liquid for an evening - music for dancing and not.
60 minutes in the eye of a radiophonic vortex - hosted by The Band Of Holy Joy.
Wild new musics with Johnny Mugwump.
On this weeks show we are thrilled to present more strange and beautiful mixology from The Lord - parts 3 & 4 and the culmination of a special project by Paul Mill. The arcane and the bizarre paradoxically clash in a smooth time-warping flow - genuine collage that remains coherent within it's own warped parameters. If there's one thing you can nail, one thread that ties all this noise together then it's a sense of space. These selections like The Lord's own music and interruptions always leaves room to breathe...
“Cracked yer headplate right open with a three week old donner. Dribbling down your braintubes to mainline your exoskeleton with a backstreet bric a brac store choc full of dead pensioners clothes. You ain’t never been anywhere quite like this before.” (Daniel Baker).
The Hour Of The Apocalypse
Infamous industrial music pioneer and avant-garde anti-hero Genesis "Breyer" P Orridge of Throbbing Gristle and Psychic TV fame discusses spirituality, sexuality, pandrogeny and hermaphroditic body modification.
Radio documentary on Hurricane Sandy produced and presented by Gianluca Tramontana.
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.
Jesse Bering is a regular contributor to Scientific American and Slate, and his writing has also been featured in many other sources, including New York Magazine, The Guardian and The New Republic. Jesse is the former director of the Institute of Cognition and Culture at Queen’s University, Belfast and began his career as a psychology professor at the University of Arkansas. He currently lives in Ithaca, New York, and is the author of Why is the Penis Shaped Like That? And The God Instinct: The Psychology of Souls, Destiny and the Meaning of Life.
Since 2004, The Sound Projector Radio Show has been a weekly "aural appendix" to The Sound Projector Music Magazine. The show is hosted by Ed Pinsent. Today is an all-vinyl show. The show may include album tracks drawn from the following pool: Rhodri Davies; MIMEO; Astral Social Club; The Slate Pipe Banjo Draggers; Ashley Paul; Gary Wilson; M2; Vapor Gourds; Mars; Aalfang mit Pferdekopf; Locrian with Christoph Heemann; True Achiever; The Dogmatics; and Wintsch Weber Wolfarth.
From cradle to... Alex Fitch talks to two directors about their projects which capture visions of childhood and how that progresses into adulthood. In a Q & A recorded at Sci-Fi London: East, Alex chats to Cory McAbee, creator of SF musicals The American Astronaut and Stingray Sam, about his latest film Crazy and Thief - a semi improvised drama which documents the director's children as they journey across New York looking for stars and come across characters inspired by The Odyssey - again scored by his band, "The Billy Nayer Show". Cory discusses his change in direction for this project, the difficulties of directing children and performs a song from the soundtrack.
Also, Alex discusses 56Up with Michael Apted, the latest instalment of his 7Up series which has charted the lives of 14 children from diverse socio-economic backgrounds since the age of 7, with new episodes every 7 years; as well as exploring the history of this series, Alex and Michael discuss the later's involvement with another serial that's reached its 50th anniversary as the director recalls his experience of directing the Bond movie, The World is not Enough.
More info: www.corymcabee.com / http://tinyurl.com/56upDVD
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.
This week's show covers adjusting to receiving help when you are used to giving it (and vice versa) and ways to relax, including the increased usage of legalised medicinal marijuana.
Wavelength has been described as a programme without an agenda but this is untrue.
Wavelength consists of multiple agendas - sound art experiments, concrete poetry, documentary, cultural criticism and reporting. This week's show continues with the Seddon Tapes. Like Krapp in Beckett's Krapp's Last Tape, host William English has been replaying the somewhat mildewed cassettes, reel to reel tapes and mould covered VHS tapes of Captain Maurice Seddon's personal recordings. He is presently living in a care home and the tapes were rescued from Datchet Cottage which is now due for demolition. Maurice would visit the local tip and return home with bags of abandoned cassettes with a view to
recording over them. Today's programme features one of these cassettes titled "Un-Eraseable" by Maurice as he was unable to erase the existing funky disco music but recorded over it anyway. The result is a sort of 'found' rap; an accidental mismatched collage. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Presented by Carole Finer, who today welcomes back the fabulous Stuart Brothers, Travis and Trevor - American old time musicians last on Sound Out in 2008. The brothers grew up in the shadow of Cold Mountain in North Carolina and learned some of the oldest regional fiddle and banjo styles from masters such as the Smathers Family, Byard Ray, Oscar “Red” Wilson, Gordon Freeman, and the Sutton family. Expect some amazing banjo and fiddle playing and singing.
Poetry, comedy, drama, music, art, politics with Dean Stalham and various artists.
Tim Hamilton offers coverage of the recent protest march organised to Save Lewisham Hospital (http://www.savelewishamhospital.com/) which attracted some 10,000 supporters. Plus news of the public consultation period running until midnight on 13th December concerning the fate of Lewisham Hospital’s accident and emergency unit and which was revamped at a cost of £12 million in April this year. The programme begins with DAGE’s Harry Haward's call to Joy Ellery, Lewisham Hospital Board member and Director of Communications, to make the right decision!
DAGE’s website: http://ecs.lewisham.gov.uk/dage