Repeated from Sunday. Popular Irish music requests with Johnny Jameson.
Repeated from Friday.
Repeated from Sunday. Drama and verse with Dean Stalham.
Repeated from Sunday wee hours. Grime and chat with Arthur, Michael and Ronnie.
Repeated from Friday. Dane music with Nick Luscombe.
Repeated from Saturday. With Fari Bradley.
Repeated from Friday evening. New rock and more with Ed PInsent.
With William English. Repeated from Friday at 2:30pm.
This edition of framework:afield has been produced in Germany and The United Statrs by Christoph Limbach. For more information see his website at http://soniclandscapeinterventions.wordpress.com.
Ray Kirby presents another hour of Extreme Metal, featuring tracks old and new from the last three decades. http://dronesofhell.blogspot.com
Rock in the most experimental form - Sean & Marina host.
In the third of a trilogy of shows about depictions of lives on the comic book page, Alex Fitch talks to the authors of two of 2012's most acclaimed graphic novels: Glyn Dillon whose The Nao of Brown is his long awaited return to comics after much loved contributions to strips published by Deadline and Vertigo in the 1990s; and Joff Winterhart, writer/artist of Tales of the Bagnold Summer, one of the first two graphic novels to be short listed for the Costa Prize.
French freak beat and concréte poetics with Eleonire Desnos: L'alternative is a journey through continental oddities and delights "a la carte," looking at the work of composers, artists, and madmen from France and Europe.
Irish music and culture with Johnny Jameson.
Polish Deli is a weekly bilingual program dedicated to Polish independent and alternative art. The aim of the show is to present Polish culture to both Polish and international audience. Presenter Kacper Ziemianin talks to Poles living in UK, Poland and anywhere else in the world and tries to get a picture of Polish contemporary arts and to challenge stereotypes about Polish people. For more info and contact visit: http://www.ziemianin.net/
Writer, academic, activist Nina Power discusses politics and history.