Repeated from Tuesday afternoon. Sound art with Simon Tyszko.
Repeated from Saturday evening. New music with Peter Lanceley.
Repeated form Monday. Short features and specials.
Repeated from last Friday. Radio art extravaganza with Johnny Brown.
Repeated from last Friday. New (wild) music with Johnny Mugwump.
Repeated from Monday evening. New leftfield rock releases with Paul Artrocker.
Audio hi-jinx with Joel Cahen.
Paul 'Artrocker' Cox reviews the latest indie ditties. To listen to previous shows, visit Paul's Mixcloud page
Lutentist Stephanie Feeney examines the history of the Lute. Early Dancing guest Darren Royston, Founder of the Nonsuch Early Dance group. Darren discusses the history of early dance. http://www.nonsuchdance.co.uk/
Radia is a network of independent radio stations who have a common interest in promoting and producing artworks for the radio, and in forming related projects based on broadcasting and cultural exchange. It intends to be a space of reflection about today's radio and radio art. Its activities try to contribute to intercultural exchange and artworks and artists circulation.
Each week the OST Show welcomes a guest (a collector, composer, director, artist) or specialises in a specific film music genre or composer. Expect lively chat, competitions and anything from avant garde Morricone to Rock Hudson singing. Today on The OST Show we are joined by writer and artist Greg Foat who is coming in to tell us about his latest album and share some of his film music influences with us. We will also be hovering over some recent impressive scores that have fought our ears. http://www.trunkrecords.com email@example.com
Six Pillars to Persia is an English language program focusing on Persian heritage and modern Iranian culture. From rebel artists and exiled writers to social entrepreneurs the multifarious guest list builds a picture of the hotchpotch that is the Iranian diaspora in the arts now. Ahead of an Arab Music Symposium in London, we listen to the music of Reem Kelani - Emel Mathlouti and Electric Jalaba at the Nour Festival