A music radio show about connections, produced and presented by Paul Jackson. Each track connects to the following in a running order that switches between musical styles, dates and audio quality - often leading to unlikely musical pairings. Visit the website at http://www.black2comm.com for information and contribute via email or twitter @black2comm ... make the connection! [Repeated Friday 2.30am.]
[Repeated from Friday 2pm.] Carole Finer presents a range of live music guests - from contemporary classical avant-garde to American old-time - and sometimes her own field recordings from her travels round the world.
The latest from the Irish country music scene plus requests, news and more. With Johnny Jameson. Contact email@example.com. [Repeated Wednesday 8am.]
Alex Fitch discusses the art and culture of comics and graphic novels with practitioners worldwide. Today Zoltan Sostai discusses his film "Cycle," a spiritual successor to "Tron" and "The Matrix;" and Paul Bush talks about his first feature film, "Babledom," which looks into the layers of history and potential future that are unearthed by explorers of the modern city. Visit http://panelborders.wordpress.com/about/ for more information. [Repeated Tuesday 4.30pm.]
Writer, academic, activist Nina Power discusses politics and history. Today: the politics of time, aging populations and the finitude of the ruling class. With guest Professor Lisa Baraitser,head of psychosocial studies at Birkbeck. [Repeated Monday 7am.]
A bilingual programme presented by Kacper Ziemianin dedicated to Polish independent and alternative art which aims to present Polish culture to both a Polish and an international audience. Visit http://www.ziemianin.net/ for more information. [Repeated Thursday 6.30am.]
A weekly exploration of current affairs and new technology presented by the award-winning journalist Peter Warren, editor of Future Intelligence and chair of the Cyber Security Research Institute. [Repeated Monday 8.30am.]
Recordings of voices, meetings, views, and soundscapes from in and around Speakers' Corner both in a geographical and an intellectual sense. Speakers' Corner, located in Hyde Park near Marble Arch, is the world's oldest location for free speech. The location is also used for large protests and gatherings of a diverse nature, from trade union and anti-war meetings to the celebrations and festivals of a variety of religions and ethnic groups. [Repeated Tuesday 6pm.]
[Repeated from Wednesday 1pm.] Sue Hubbard explores contemporary culture.
[Repeated from Monday at 1pm]. Magazine programme featuring issues which affect pensioners across the city, presented by South London's Deptford Action Group for the Elderly. Your anchors are Tim Hamilton and Harry Haward. Visit http://ecs.lewisham.gov.uk/dage for more information.
Latin American contemporary music presented by critic and producer Javier Chandia. Broadcast in Spanish and English. Visit www.zebehn.com for more information. [Repeated Friday 6am.]
Live poetry, comedy, drama, music, art, and politics with Dean Stalham. Visit http://artsaveslives.co.uk/ for more information. [Repeated Friday 8am.]
[Repeated from Wednesday 4.30pm] Martyn Bonanza traces the roots and influence of the pioneers, innovators, outlaws, renegades and mavericks of Country Music and Americana’s past, present, and future. Martyn Bonanza traces the roots and influence of the pioneers, innovators, outlaws, renegades and mavericks of Country Music and Americana’s past, present, and future. Today: Miraculous Mule live in session. Visit http://www.bonanzablues.blogspot.co.uk/ for more information and/or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
[Repeated from Wednesday 10pm.] Clair Urbahn presents music, previews, news and reviews from London's premiere new and experimental music venue Cafe Oto. Tonight's guests are sculptor and minimalist artist Rie Nakajima and composer Phill Niblock. Visit http://www.cafeoto.co.uk/for more information.
[Repeated from Friday 2.30pm.] Wavelength has been described as a programme without an agenda but this is untrue. Rather it consists of multiple agendas - sound art experiments, concrete poetry, documentary, cultural criticism and reporting. Presented by William English. Visit http://www.williamenglish.com/for more information and/or contact email@example.com.
Political theory and aesthetics, financial news, economic analysis with Aaron Peters and James Butler. Follow them on Twitter @NovaraMedia @Aaronjohnpeters @Piercepenniless and on Novara Media's Facebook page. [Repeated Saturday 7am.]
An hour of contemporary folk music with Sam Lee (Barclaycard Mercury Prize nominee and host of London's award-winning Nest Collective folk club), Ceri Wade and Jamie Doe. Visit http://www.thenestcollective.co.uk or https://www.facebook.com/thenestcollective for more information and/or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. [Repeated Friday 10am.]
[Repeated from Wednesday 3pm.] Pop cultural archaeology, plenty of living legends and bundles of half-forgotten stories from the swinging sixties and beyond with writer and film-maker Henry Scott-Irvine. Today: the return of Arthur Brown! The creator of "Fire" is live in session. Visit http://mixcloud.com/henrysgigs for archived episodes. [Repeated Tuesday 11am.]Visit http://mixcloud.com/henrysgigs for archived episodes.
[Repeated from Thursday 4pm.] Opera singer Richard Scott explores opera through the prism of various themes - politics, power, greed, the abominable, magic, lust, comedy.