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- 12/31/12--17:00: _Flomotion New Year'...
- 12/31/12--16:00: _The Plays of Noel M...
- 12/31/12--15:00: _Extreme Rituals and...
- 12/31/12--13:00: _Libya: October Twen...
- 12/31/12--12:00: _Clear spot
- 12/31/12--11:30: _Cassette
- 12/31/12--11:00: _The Gilded Vectors ...
- 12/31/12--10:00: _Latin Waves
- 12/31/12--09:00: _Big Science
- 12/31/12--08:00: _Hearing Artefacts
- 12/31/12--07:00: _The Nest Collective
- 12/31/12--06:30: _Artists in Laborato...
- 12/31/12--05:00: _Wolf Fifth
- 12/31/12--04:00: _Radio Eco Shock
- 01/01/13--17:00: _The Nightloop
- 01/01/13--16:00: _The Plays of Noel M...
- 01/01/13--15:00: _Bermuda Triangle Te...
- 01/01/13--14:00: _Novara 2013 and the...
- 01/01/13--12:00: _The OST Show
- 01/01/13--04:00: _The Voice Symposium
- 12/31/12--17:00: Flomotion New Year's Special
- 12/31/12--16:00: The Plays of Noel Macken
- 12/31/12--15:00: Extreme Rituals and Psychic Rallies: Schimpfluch
- 12/31/12--13:00: Libya: October Twenty Three (one year on)
- 12/31/12--12:00: Clear spot
- 12/31/12--11:30: Cassette
- 12/31/12--11:00: The Gilded Vectors of Disease
- 12/31/12--10:00: Latin Waves
- 12/31/12--09:00: Big Science
- 12/31/12--08:00: Hearing Artefacts
- 12/31/12--07:00: The Nest Collective
- 12/31/12--06:30: Artists in Laboratories
- 12/31/12--05:00: Wolf Fifth
- 12/31/12--04:00: Radio Eco Shock
- 01/01/13--17:00: The Nightloop
- 01/01/13--16:00: The Plays of Noel Macken
- 01/01/13--15:00: Bermuda Triangle Test Transmissions
- 01/01/13--14:00: Novara 2013 and the Eurozone crisis/Full Dystopia
- 01/01/13--12:00: The OST Show
- 01/01/13--04:00: The Voice Symposium
Mellow and dances music from Nick Luscombe in a special two hour mix for New Year's Morning.
Swiss/transnational performance art radicals Schimpfluch discuss their work with Richard Thomas + rare archive material from the Schimpfluch radio series Psychic Rally.
(Thanks to Richard Whitelaw at Sound And Music).
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."
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.
The past, present and future of the London School of Hygene & Tropical Medicine. Rebecca Tremain presents.
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. "
Big Science began as an experiment borne of a belief that the laws that govern the Universe are simple. Fantastical, astonishing, often unbelievable, but ultimately comprehensible to anyone who wants to understand. For an hour each week, Dr Ed Gerstner and guests explore the ideas that make the Universe tick.
For more Big Science, see our website at http://bigscience.fm
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.
Regine De Batty examines the links between art and science.
Classical, avant-garde and modernist composition, presented by Luuk de Weert.
Nocturnal oscillations for the wee small hours: all material is either culled from the Resonance FM archive or is specially commissioned works.
Soundtracks with the inimitable Jonny Trunk
A one-day symposium and performance bringing together scientists, artists, researchers, musicians and poets around the common topic of the voice. Curated by James Wilkes. Recorded at The Science Museum's Dana Center on Friday November 16th 2012