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  • 12/26/12--07:30: X-Mas With The DIsmantlers

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    The Mews Radio Programme - Seconde Episode: Beatriz Albuquerque Title: "Sound Sculpture: A Poet in New York" The Mews Radio Programme is a curatorial project started in October 2012. It is curated by Manuela São Simão and it aims to present different possibilities of work for Radio. The project's first episode was transmitted by the Portuguese web-based Radio Zero (Lisbon), by the British Resonance 104.4fm (London) and Mobile Radio at the Bienal de São Paulo. The Mews Radio Programme first episode presented a piece by the German sound and media artist Christoph Korn. His work was the first of a series inspired by the theme of silence. The second episode, by Beatriz Albuquerque, was presented at The Mews Common Room on 8th December as a sound installation and broadcasted on 9th December on Mobile Radio at Sao Paulo Bienal. http://www.beatrizalbuquerque.web.pt/ http://www.manuelasaosimao-projects.blogspot.com https://www.facebook.com/TheMewsProject

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  • 12/26/12--06:30: Artists in Laboratories

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  • 12/26/12--05:00: Wolf Fifth
  • Classical, avant-garde and modernist composition, presented by Luuk de Weert. http://wolffifth.blogspot.co.uk/

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  • 12/26/12--04:00: Radio Eco Shock

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  • 12/25/12--17:00: The Nightloop
  • Nocturnal oscillations for the wee small hours, all material is either culled from the Resonance FM archive or is specially commissioned works.

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  • 12/25/12--16:00: The Plays of Noel Macken

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  • 12/25/12--15:00: framework
  • The last show of the 2012 season, this edition of framework curated by Patrick McGinley features Ephraim Wegner & Julia Weinmann, Elin Øyen Vister, Joda Clement, Sebastiane Hegarty, Emmanuel Mieville, murmer, and a framework intro by Cynthia Fong.

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  • 12/27/12--16:00: The Plays of Noel Macken

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  • 12/27/12--15:00: FloMotion

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  • 12/27/12--14:30: Dismantler Xmas Special

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  • 12/27/12--13:00: Philosophy for Militants
  • Philosopher Alain Badiou's latest book Philosophy for Militants is discussed by James Butler, Hannah Forbes Black and Nina Power. This programme was recorded live at Cafe Oto in early December 2012. http://www.versobooks.com/books/1175-philosophy-for-militants

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  • 12/27/12--12:00: The Opera Hour
  • Opera singer Richard Scott explores opera through the prism of various themes - politics, power, greed, the abominable, magic, lust, comedy. On today's show it's Christmas! What do The Three Tenors, Joni Mitchell, The Sixteen, Benjamin Britten, Paul Hillier, Diana Ross, Judy Garland and Alec Guiness all have in common? They're all on The Opera Hour Christmas Special of course!

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  • 12/27/12--11:00: Novara
  • A weekly show discussing political theory, practice and aesthetics presented by Aaron Peters and James Butler. Today they discuss the issue of tax avoidance among some of the most recognizable companies on the UK high street and its relationship to profitability and poor working conditions.
    Follow us on @NovaraMedia @aaronjohnpeters @piercepenniless

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    Christmas hour-long special with Rosie Wilby, today joined by broadcaster, writer and entertainer Amy Lamé and performer Brian Lobel picking out 2012’s LGBT cultural highlights. Plus a live song at the piano from the hugely acclaimed Patrick Wolf. We have had yet another amazing year with guests including Nona Hendryx of Labelle, Patty Schemel of Hole, Susan Calman, Zoe Lyons, Heather Peace, Paul Burston, VG Lee, Penny Arcade, Clayton Littlewood, Clare Summerskill, Polari prize winning poet John McCullough and more, building on previous years featuring KD Lang, Peter Tatchell, Sarah Waters, Stella Duffy, Stephen K Amos and many more. Our features have been used by international LGBT shows and stations including Gaydio, This Way Out, Homolab and Shout Out Bristol and we’ve inspired and nurtured young new LGBT talent to create their own features for the show.
    A Merry Christmas to our supporters and listeners with particular thanks to producer Sabine Schereck, everyone at Resonance, Gaby and all at Southwark LGBT network, Paul Burston at Time Out and Jane Czyzselska at Diva.
    Listen again at our website http://outinsouthlondon.wordpress.com/
    Follow us at www.twitter.com/outsthlondon

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  • 12/27/12--07:30: Adventures in Modern Music
  • 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.

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  • 12/27/12--07:00: Radia
  • International radiophonic experimentation c/o the Radia network

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  • 12/27/12--06:30: Artists in Laboratories

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  • 12/27/12--05:00: Wolf Fifth
  • Classical, avant-garde and modernist composition, presented by Luuk de Weert. http://wolffifth.blogspot.co.uk/

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  • 12/27/12--04:00: Platform

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