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- 12/01/12--11:00: _The Truth About Mar...
- 12/01/12--10:30: _This Music Wins
- 12/01/12--08:30: _The OST Show
- 12/01/12--07:30: _Lucky Cat
- 12/01/12--06:30: _The Soundwalk Colle...
- 12/03/12--08:30: _Renaissance FM
- 12/03/12--08:00: _Radia
- 12/03/12--06:00: _The OST Show
- 12/03/12--05:30: _Six Pillars to Persia
- 12/03/12--05:00: _Hooting Yard (repeat)
- 12/03/12--04:00: _The Truth About Mar...
- 12/03/12--03:00: _The Traditional Mus...
- 12/03/12--02:00: _Far Side Radio (rep...
- 12/03/12--01:00: _Clear Spot (repeat)
- 12/03/12--00:00: _Lucky Cat (repeat)
- 12/02/12--23:30: _Micro Clear Spot (r...
- 12/02/12--22:30: _Art Saves Lives (re...
- 12/02/12--21:30: _Dawn Chorus
- 12/02/12--20:30: _Sicknotes (repeat)
- 12/02/12--19:30: _Flomotion (repeat)
- 12/01/12--11:00: The Truth About Markets
- 12/01/12--10:30: This Music Wins
- 12/01/12--08:30: The OST Show
- 12/01/12--07:30: Lucky Cat
- 12/01/12--06:30: The Soundwalk Collective Series
- 12/03/12--08:30: Renaissance FM
- 12/03/12--08:00: Radia
- 12/03/12--06:00: The OST Show
- 12/03/12--05:30: Six Pillars to Persia
- 12/03/12--05:00: Hooting Yard (repeat)
- 12/03/12--04:00: The Truth About Markets (repeat)
- 12/03/12--03:00: The Traditional Music Hour
- 12/03/12--02:00: Far Side Radio (repeat)
- 12/03/12--01:00: Clear Spot (repeat)
- 12/03/12--00:00: Lucky Cat (repeat)
- 12/02/12--23:30: Micro Clear Spot (repeat)
- 12/02/12--22:30: Art Saves Lives (repeat)
- 12/02/12--21:30: Dawn Chorus
- 12/02/12--20:30: Sicknotes (repeat)
- 12/02/12--19:30: Flomotion (repeat)
Live from London with the notorious nemesis of bankers, Max Keiser. Max and co-host Stacy Herbert ("the most dangerous people in financial media) scrutinise the markets with ruthless aplomb. The Truth About Markets is repeated every Monday at noon.
New releases in leftfield rock and beyond with Peter Lanceley, a 20 year old musician, blogger and broadcaster based in Brighton, UK. Peter founded his blog This Music Wins (www.thismusicwins.com), in 2008. This Music Wins has been cited by The Independent and a number of other notable music authorities worldwide including Indie Shuffle, The 405, NME, Wikio Music, Amazing Radio and The Camden Crawl. Peter was also selected by Glastonbury Festival to judge the Emerging Talent Competition for the 2011 festival and also contributed to the 2011 Netaudio Festival at The Roundhouse, London. Peter also contributes guitars and lead vocals to PRS for Music Foundation-funded avant-rock band Kinnie The Explorer and is in the final year of studying for a Philosophy degree at the University Of Sussex.
Each week the OST Show welcomes a guest (a collector, composer, director, artist) or specialises in a specific film music genre or composer. Today's guests are The Kramford Look. After their successful library infused album of early 2011, the boys are back with brand new music that hints and the lost world of pastoral and occasionally cosmic European sound production recordings. They will be playing some of their sounds, some of their filmic influences and we also have a fistful of new recordings to feature if we have time, including "Sea Of Joy", possibly soundtrack reissue of the year so far.
Last in the series of Zoë Baxter's magazine programme focused on Chinese and East Asian culture. Zoë is joined in the studio by Dr Anne Witchard of the University of Westminster about her latest book 'Lao She in London' (Hong Kong University Press 2012) which details the time Chinese writer Lao She spent in London in the 1920s. The book reveals Lao She's encounter with British high modernism and literature from Dickens to Conrad to Joyce as well as his time spent in the notorious and much sensationalised East End Chinatown of Limehouse.
Over the past ten years, Soundwalk Collective has won international recognition for their work of abstracting and re-composing narrative sound pieces through fragments of reality, and by forging evocative journeys in sound that are exhibited in the form of sound installation and performance. This Anniversary Series will showcase selected works that have both defined and defied the soundscape genre. Today: "The Encounter: Recordings from the Schwarzwald, Germany 2010." In 1967, Paul Celan visited Martin Heidegger in Todtnauberg, located in the Black Forest where the philosopher worked. The subsequent poem written from this meeting, "Todtnauberg", became an intellectual milestone of post-war Europe. Jean Luc Nancy thinks about this meeting, but instead of looking for conclusions, he leaves his mind free to think, free to answer, free to be lost maybe. It is not only a speech but also a voice of restless resonance.
Lutist Stephane Feeny interprets the news and historical events accompanied by the lute.
MUSICIANS WITHOUT TOO MUCH FACIAL HAIR
Guests: Rebecca Gibson, voice & James Bramley, lute
Radia is a network of independent radio stations who have a common interest in promoting and producing artworks for the radio, and in forming related projects based on broadcasting and cultural exchange. It intends to be a space of reflection about today's radio and radio art. Its activities try to contribute to intercultural exchange and artworks and artists circulation.
Every week a new show of radiophonic experiments from the award winning Radia network of 20 independent cultural radio stations:.
Each week the OST Show welcomes a guest (a collector, composer, director, artist) or specialises in a specific film music genre or composer. Expect lively chat, competitions and anything from avant garde Morricone to Rock Hudson singing.
Six Pillars to Persia is an English language program focusing on Persian heritage and modern Iranian culture. From rebel artists and exiled writers to social entrepreneurs the multifarious guest list builds a picture of the hotchpotch that is the Iranian diaspora in the arts now. Today: Audio from the V&A Late "Record, Reframe Resist". The museum billed the event as a way to experience "a world of subversion and rebellion" from the Middle East.
Repeated from Thursday. Folk with Reg Hall and Kevin Sheils.
Repeated from Wednesday. Oriental music with Paul Fisher.
Clear Spot, Monday 3 December, 8-9pm, Resonance 104.4FM
Spencer Hickman, founder of Death Waltz Records, which releases cult film soundtracks on limited coloured vinyl with specially commissioned new artwork, talks to Electric Sheep editor Virginie Sélavy about his label and plays tracks from his releases, which include Halloween II and III, Escape from New York, Zombie Flesh Eaters, Donnie Darko and Let the Right One In.
Repeated from Saturday. Chinese culture with Zoe Baxter.
Repeated from Friday.
Repeated from Sunday. Drama and verse with Dean Stalham.
Repeated from Sunday wee hours. Grime and chat with Arthur, Michael and Ronnie.
Repeated from Friday. Dane music with Nick Luscombe.