Richard Talks to curator Adam Sutherland and artist Fernando Garcia-Dory about the current Jerwood Space exhibition "Now I Gotta Reason".
Topical English/Hindu 1/2 hour
Régine Debatty discusses with an artist, a hacker, a designer or a scientist creative ways to explore science and technology. In this episode, she talks to experienced designer Nelly Ben Hayoun who is just back from the NASA in California where she set up Ground Control Opera, an opera performed by space scientists. www.nellyben.comgroundcontrol-opera.com
This Tuesdays Isotpica presents an extended minimalist existential mediation on the nature of class, revolution and the perfect martini with master filmmaker Luis Buñuel. Isotpica presents an extended minimalist existential mediation on the nature of class, revolution and the perfect martini with master filmmaker Luis Buñuel Sonic detours with Simon Tyszko www.theculture.net
A weekly show discussing political theory, practice and aesthetics.
An hour of contemporary folk music. Plaudits: "The torch-bearing folk club for the new generation" The Times "An Innovative Folk Club" Vogue UK "Quite A Famous Folk Club" BBC6 "The Nest spares no expense" Time Out For more information contact Sam@thenestcollective.co.uk http://www.thenestcollective.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/thenestcollective
Environmental news with Alex Smith. Film-maker Mike Freedman says we've hit "Critical Mass" toward extinction by over-population. Notes on Occupy London. Bill McKibben: why everybody in the world needs to battle the Tar Sands. Council of Canadians founder Maude Barlow links dirty energy to dirty politics. Native leader Caleb Behn on his fracked land, poisoned lives, and linking up around the world. Radio Ecoshock 121120 Noon.
Repeated from last Saturday afternoon. Classic Congolese dance music with Vincent Luttman.
Repeated from last night. Most of today's Clear Spot consists of "ZKM Soundwalk," a 45 minute audio derive by Andrej Bako comprising recordings from the sound art exhibition currently taking place at ZKM Karlsruhe Germany 2012. Visit apbsound.com. Then at 8.45pm, a short radio drama by Douglas Mackinnon, "Signal To Noise." A married salesman and father casually organises both his family life and extra-marital affair on his mobile phone whilst driving to see his next client. When his lack of concentration on the road results in a serious crash, he is left in a semi-comatose state, where gradually the importance of the people that matter to him most become all too clear...but is it too late? Finally, and equally unrelated to what went before, six year old Trilby Baxter's five minute feature on the Italian avant-garde composer Walter Marchetti.
Repeated from last Sunday. Exemplary field recordings from around the world with Patrick McGinley.
Repeated from last Thursday. Contemporary feminist discussion.
Repeated from last Wednesday. Freeform audio exotica with Mama Dolores.
Free speech from the London landmark. Repeated from last Sunday.
Brasilian sound art, repeated from last Friday afternoon.
Repeated from Tuesday wee hours. Anomalous phenomena with Rob Simone.
Repeated from Tuesday night. Politics and noise with Tim Goldie and pals.
Repeated from Wednesday afternoon. Politics, poetry and free form polemic with Ben Watson.
Repeated from Sunday night. New rock with Sean and Marina.
Repeated from Wednesday evening. World music with Cultural Co-Operation.