60’s, 70’s & 80’s old skool reggae with a touch of the new.
Clair Urbahn interviews English improviser Mike Cooper who is performing on Friday 23 November at Cafe OTO. http://www.cafeoto.co.uk/mike-cooper-70rpm-birthday-concert.shtm
Science- fiction in all its guises is discussed by James DC and various contributors.
The Clear Spot is our "open access" programme. If you'd like to make a programme send an e-mail -(subject line - Clear Spot) to: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Formative experiences of cinema provide a catalyst for digressive and intimate chat. Hosted by Tim Concannon.
World City Live is a series presented by Cultural Co-operation, the arts and education charity that seeks to create cross-cultural bonds bonds via cultural practice. World City Live gets a bit darker and more mysterious this week as Leanne and Eloise welcome Bulgarian storytelling troop 'A Spell In Time' into the studio to magically weave their traditional tales of nymphs and dragons, witchcraft and weddings, and plenty of treachery and trickery. Accompanied by the autoharp, these tales are bound to enchant and frighten long after the stories themselves have ended... For over 12s only. www.culturalco-operation.org
Bonanza & Son - ‘Tracing the roots and subsequent influence of the pioneers, innovators, outlaws, renegades and mavericks of Country Music and Americana’s past present and future’
Very little to do with cookery, much concerned with Latin American music. Produced and presented by Mama Dolores.
The peerless Henry Scott Irvine interviews musicians and artists. His guests range from the established, like Nigel Planer, Glen Matlock and Francis Rossi to upcoming artists such as Rebekah Delgado and The Supernovas. A 1960's American Special on my http://resonancefm.com/ 104.4 fm London Show Wed 3-4pm GMT With some contemporary 'Americana' moments thrown in for good measure. Podcasts of Henry's shows can be found at http://mixcloud.com/henrysgigs
A controversial music critic, Ben Watson's by-line has been suppressed in print media, but he continues to voice his"unacceptable" opinions on air. Watson will still be talking and playing music, but disco-graphical detail is reserved for the conclusion. Watson's words, on the other hand, shall be continually present, dispensing with any connection to argued frames of reference or current media chatter, to any known critical consensus or any established political position. Instead, his scripts shall explore the repercussions of a point made by Bob Dobbs, the Marshall McLuhan archivist and e-media prankster.
Art critic, author, broadcaster, Sue Hubbard discusses literature. www.suehubbard.com
Music from the catalogues of Far Side Music, the world's primary source for East Asian music. http://www.farsidemusic.com/
Repeated from Monday evening. Video games reviewed and discussed with Ste Curran and crew.
Repeated from Sunday afternoon. New blues with Nikki Brooks.
Repeated from last night.
Repeated from last Sunday. Polish magazine programme.
Repeated from Friday afternoon. Acoustic music and chat with Carole Finer.
Repeated from Tuesday noon. Environmental news with Alex Smith.