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    From midday, Daniel Zylbersztajn asks what can food co-operatives offer in the age of the supermarket? Zylbersztajn talked to key campaigners, farmers, and food co-ops here and abroad about what's wrong with supermarkets and what co-ops may have going for them.

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    Dexter Bentley marks ten years of broadcasting with this two and a half hour collage og high lights

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  • 12/29/12--07:00: Daily Fears
  • A specially edited version in two parts of "Daily Fears," a 6 part radio play by Octopus Collective's John Hall and Glenn Boulter, produced for Mobile Radio as part of their art radio project at the Sao Paulo Biennial. Deceased English footballers merge with fictional espionage agents and the grand narratives of 'Ulysses' and the 'Radio Ballads' inhabit the local newspaper side-bars as Sao Paulo is temporarily twinned with Barrow-in-Furness. Drawing comparisons between pre-occupations of local news media on different sides of the globe, the piece combines news clippings from the North West Evening Mail and its Sao Paulo equivalent with monologues, improvised music, songs and animal noises. "Daily Fears" features contributions from Leeds-based artist Lynden St John, pupils at Sacred Heart Primary School in Barrow-in-Furness, Pedro Garbellini, Leandro Nerefuh, Sarah Washington, Knut Aufermann, Michael Youles and children from the Escola Municipal de Ensino Fundamental Saad Bechara, Osasco singing 'Quando se Quer do Frio Esquentar' (When You Want to Warm Up From the Cold, You Need to Make the Horses Gallop). With thanks to the Mobile Radio and Arts Council England’s International Artists Development fund.
    www.octopuscollective.org

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  • 12/29/12--06:30: Artists in Laboratories
  • Regine De Batty examines the links between art and science.

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  • 12/29/12--05:00: Wolf Fifth
  • Classical, avant-garde and modernist composition, presented by Luuk de Weert. http://wolffifth.blogspot.co.uk/

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  • 12/30/12--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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  • 12/30/12--16:00: The Plays of Noel Macken

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  • 12/30/12--13:00: Cross Radio
  • Extreme audio from the notorious at artist John Duncan

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  • 12/30/12--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.

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  • 12/30/12--11:30: Cassette
  • Cassette covers the history, culture, and future of the audio cassette tape. Each episode takes a cassette-based theme and brings together enthusiasts and experts to shed further light on it. Presenter - Naomi Christie. contact: cassetteradio@gmail.com.

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    The past, present and future of the London School of Hygene & Tropical Medicine. Rebecca Tremain presents. http://www.lshtm.ac.uk/ http://www.themustardclub.org

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  • 12/30/12--10:00: Latin Waves
  • With Javier Chandia. "Latin American creativity has influenced music for more than a century since jazz and blues were invented, and European composers had introduced the Latin rhythm in their works. Today many composers and performers from this continent are actively contributing to the expansion of sound art and music in all directions. Latin Waves is where you can listen to the unlimited sound spectrum of Latin American new music from its roots. Please note this programme is broadcast in Spanish and English. "

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  • 12/30/12--09:30: John Dredge
  • Whimsical comedy and absurdism c/o of comic John Dredge

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  • 12/30/12--09:00: Micro Clear-Spot
  • experimental radiophonic documentary works and other less easy to define audio

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  • 12/30/12--08:00: Hearing Artefacts
  • Hearing Artefacts - A Science Museum Radio Diary Aleks Kolkowski presents a new series of weekly programmes made at the London Science Museum where he has been appointed as their first-ever sound artist-in-residence. Granted unfettered access to the vast collections and in close co-operation with the curators and staff who attend them, Aleks records objects, machines, instruments and stories associated with them. From the service corridors and basement workshops to restricted areas on the upper floors, the sounds of the entire building will be also be traced in an attempt to map the sounds of one of the world's greatest museums. Dephlogisticated Air Experiments; Bells and Tuning Forks; A Fume Cupboard & The Sounds of High-Level Cleaning.

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  • 12/30/12--07:00: The Traditional Music Hour
  • The traditional music of the UK and beyond - various presenters.

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

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  • 12/30/12--05:00: Wolf Fifth
  • Classical, avant-garde and modernist composition, presented by Luuk de Weert. http://wolffifth.blogspot.co.uk/

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  • 12/30/12--04:00: Radio Eco Shock

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  • 12/31/12--19:00: 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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