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"...the soundtrack to the end of the world" - Chris Maume, The Independent.
Repeated from Tuesday afternoon. Régine Debatty discusses with an artist, a hacker, a designer or a scientist about about creative ways to explore science and technology. The guest today is designer and artist Ollie Palmer. Working with scientists from University College London and the Institute of Zoology in London, Ollie has been working on a six year research project to choreograph and stage an ant ballet. The work uses a robotic arm that sprays synthesised pheromone that causes a colony of ants to follow artificial trails in preference to their own natural foraging behaviour.
More information: http://olliepalmer.com/ant-ballet/
The Wire team had so much fun with last year’s ethnographic music special Music From The Lost Worlds (20 October 2011) that they've decided to do it all again. This special edition of Adventures In Sound And Music returns to the record collection of writer, musician and Wire contributor David Toop, who will join Derek Walmsley in the studio to play selections from this formidable ethnographic archive, and to talk about these lost sounds and their place in the modern world.
David Stubbs, Chris Roberts and Chris Dixon examine the culture and politics of football.
New fiction with Frank Key.
U.S and global current affairs, with Amy Goodman.
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.
A Christmas-themed programme with Reg Hall today.
Talking Africa this week looks at the the latest infliction of terror and senseless destruction (of human lives) upon the people of the Democratic Republic of The Congo (DRC) by the rebel group known as M23 - who are they; what do they want; why; and, what needs done to end once and for all this seemingly never ending period of violent destruction and killings. Guests on the programme are Yanik Beya, Founder and CEO of Imhotep Foundation Limited; and Adonis Magema, director of Congo based charity Children of Congo.
Staffers for Rough Trade Shops share a selection of vinyl and compact discs pulled from the week's new releases.
Careful consideration is given to Rough Trade Shops and Resonance FM acolytes alike, producing a unique hour of outsider music.
Repeated from Wednesday night. With James DC.
Repeated from Saturday afternoon.
Repeated from last night. Kevin Sheils and Ceri Wade take a look at how the Folk/Roots music scene marks the festive season and look forward to 2013.
Repeated from Sunday. Graphic novels and comics with Alex Fitch.
Repeated from Saturday night. New music live with James Hodder.
Repeated from Tuesday evening. Morgan Quaintance meets artists in situ.
Nocturnal oscillations for the wee small hours during the holiday period: all material is either culled from the Resonance FM archive or is specially commissioned work.
Late night sounds from The Gravy and guests.