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  • 12/26/12--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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  • 12/26/12--16:00: The Plays of Noel Macken
  • "Dr Mabuse's Journey into the Heart of the 21st Century Apocalypse."

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  • 12/28/12--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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  • 12/28/12--16:00: The Plays of Noel Macken

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  • 12/28/12--15:30: Luscombes Choice

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  • 12/28/12--14:00: Our Beeb
  • Recording of a talk hosted by Open Democracy on the BBC and its future. (recorded at Cafe Oto on December 10th 2012). http://www.opendemocracy.net/info/about-ourbeeb

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    Not content with producing a sonic portrait of Bush House (Ghost's of Bush) the BBC's resident hauntologically inclined audio artist, and sometime Johnny Trunk sidekick, Robin The Fog sticks with the Beeb and sticks it to the Beeb. This time Robin ploughs through the British Broadcasting Corporation's sound FX records. Full track listing here http://robinthefog.com/2012/10/23/a-living-sermon-ost-bbc-records-special/

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  • 12/28/12--11:00: Novara

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  • 12/28/12--10:00: Late Lunch With Out To Lunch
  • This week's episode of Late Lunch With Out To Lunch (Ben Watson's long-running show; 2pm Wednesdays) is called "Sentiment", and mounts a furious attack on two footnotes to "Mental Ears and Poetic Work", an obscure lecture J.H. Prynne delivered in Chicago in April 2009 and was shortly afterwards published in Chicago Review. The case for the prosecution is buttressed with Doo Wop by the Penguins, trash rock apocalypse by the New York Dolls, the ever-annoying Frank Zappa and three songs about Pablo Picasso. Prynne's position is castigated as "Gradgrind realism" in sentences hot from a recent reading of Raya Dunayevskaya's book on Women's Liberation and exchanges with Doloras LaPicho of the Chaos Marxism website. Ever willing to enter combat with the great and the good, Out To Lunch has the temerity to question John Cale's decisions as a producer, and improvises his own piano commentary on the chord choices of Jerry Harrison, organist with the Modern Lovers. Treat this show as the warm up to the AMM (Association of Musical Marxists) Xmas Party on Thursday 20th December featuring Alan Wilkinson and Oscillatorial Binnage, Ben Wilson the Chewing Gum Man, Rob Dellar of Mad Pride and Esther Leslie on rainbows (free entry: see for details).

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  • 12/28/12--09:50: thrillerdelphia

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  • 12/28/12--09:40: A walk around S.H.O.Z.Y.G
  • S.H.O.Z.Y.G was an electroacoustic instrument created by the late musicologist and artist Hugh Davies.

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    Will Crisp reports from Libya one year on from the revolution. In the first part of the programme Crisp talks to Hisham Buhagiar. Crisp says, "When I met Hisham Buhagiar it was the day before the one-year anniversary of the Liberation of Libya, but Buhagiar wasn’t preparing to celebrate. He was concerned. He told me was he worried Libyans were losing faith in the revolution. The revolution was dramatic with decisive victories, but peacetime efforts to create a functioning government and institutions were proving to be painfully slow, and Libyans were becoming impatient." Buhagiar looks like your every-day sharp-suited Arabic businessman but he had been waiting his whole life for the revolution. Back in the 80s he was part of the military wing of The National Front for the Salvation of Libya, an organisation responsible for several coup attempts including an armed assault on Gaddafi’s compound in Tripoli. When they were unsuccessful he turned his full attention to business, biding his time until February 2011 when he became one of the first Libyans to join the revolution. In the second part of the programme Crisp speaks with Nader El Gadi And Abdul Rahman. Nader El Gadi and Abdul Rahman are both young Libyans who joined the liberation after spending time studying in the UK. Crisp met met them in the week of October 23rd, the one-year anniversary of the official liberation of Libya. He syas, "Nader ElGadi is a charismatic non-stop talker with a crazy laugh. When the revolution started he quit a foundation course in Brighton, headed home and joined the Tripoli Revolutionary Brigade. He’s impulsive and fearless and passionate about the values the revolution represents, values he believes are being betrayed by the National Transitional Council. I met him at Casa Café and he took me on tour of the central Tripoli. Abdul Rahman came to Libya to fight after studying international business in Manchester. After fighting he worked with the NTC but like Nader he has became disillusioned with the government and committed himself fully to the Libyan Youth League, an organisation he co-founded."

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  • 12/28/12--08:00: The Hour of Power
  • Writer, academic, activist Nina Power discusses politics and history.

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    Henry Scott-Irvine surveys the work of seminal Scots avant-pop act The BMX Bandits

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  • 12/28/12--06:30: Artists in Laboratories
  • Regine De Batty examines the links between art and science.

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  • 12/28/12--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--17:15: The Nightloop
  • Nocturnal oscillations for the wee small hours: 1.15am - Sib Radio Gowanus episode 1 by Maria Papadomanolaki; 2.15am - Mr Leech's Institution by Octopus Collective; 3am - Bing Selfish Radio Show Olympic Special; 4am - Overheard, with Resonance Radio Orchestra at the Instal Festival; 6am - John Nicholson talks on the late John Michell; 7.10am - Robin The Fog's "Ghosts Of Bush"; 7.35 - Kinnie The Explorer - the complete debut album; 8.20am - framework #402; 9.20am - Clear Spot: Portrait of Frank Howling by Martin Williams; 10.20am - ZKM sound walk; 11.20am - Wavelength featuring Gustav Metzger; 12noon - ; 12noon - Clear Spot: Government Cuts in the Garden Of Eve by the Elfrida Radio Orchestra.

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  • 12/29/12--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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  • 12/29/12--16:00: The Plays of Noel Macken
  • "Le Cirque du Paradis."

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  • 12/29/12--13:00: Cross Radio
  • Extreme audio from the notorious at artist John Duncan

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