1:00am - 2:00am
Ambient music selected by Miguel Santos to help night owls relax and canines carry on slumbering. [Repeated Saturday 3am.]
2:00am - 3:00am
[Repeated from Friday 10am.] Global environmental news with Alex Smith. This week: We are right up the headlines exploring the military risk of altering the atmosphere. Then the science of climate in deep time: Dana Royer from Wesleyan University takes us back 420 million years. On our current course, the human climate shift will top anything in that past. Visit ecoshock.org/ for more information. Contact email@example.com.
3:00am - 4:30am
[Repeated from Saturday 12 noon.] Upbeat, eclectic live music show hosted by deXter Bentley. This week's guests: Koral Society and Bad Parents. Also, Alan D. Boyd pops in to chat about his involvement in Waywords & Meansigns, Mekonville and QC197. And Ilia Rogatchevski interviews Lore Lixenberg about the launch of the multimedia magazine CRU2 with an associated event at the Iklectik on 9 May. Visit hellogoodbyeshow.com for more information.
7:00am - 8:00am
[Repeated from Friday 1pm.] A weekly show dedicated to political theory and current affairs hosted by Aaron Bastani and James Butler. On this week's show James and Aaron discuss issues of media bias and left wing politics. Is it a problem and is it insurmountable? Find Novara on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. All previous shows are available at novaramedia.com.
9:00am - 10:00am
[Repeated from Friday 8pm.] Two half-hour radio programmes developed as part of a London College of Communication, UAL, MA Sound Arts workshop in which the participants engaged in the role of written art criticism within discourse and its presence in a sound work. In part one, Julian Brown, Chuck Omo and Steve Walker explore aesthetic judgment and the creative potential of an art review through discussion as well as playback of three audio responses to sonic works. In part two, Chase Coley looks at the judgment and value and the production of art within the neo liberal framework of capital, with sonic reviews produced in pop mode by fellow artists ROO (Roberta De Renzio) and Zitong Ye.
10:00am - 11:00am
[Repeated from Thursday 3.30pm.] Curated by Ruth Barnes, The Other Woman is a collective representing alternative female artists in music, comedy and performance. This week: The Girls Are Deputy Editor, Cheri Amour hosts with very special guests, rock hellions The Nyx live in session and a bit of a gas following the release of their latest EP, The Nyx on Rumours Music. Plus, new music from Danish rockers, Baby In Vain, Dutch delight Pip Blom and Marc Riley favourites, and Bas Jan. Visit ruthbarnes.co.uk for more information.
11:00am - 11:45am
[Repeated from Wednesday 3pm.] Broadcasts by artist Lou Marcellin to coincide with Friche Broadcasts, an exhibition and participatory project space which focuses on ideas of ecology(ies), ecosystems and their communities, realised at Diaspore, an artist run space in Bermondsey, South London.
11:45am - 12:00pm
[Repeated from Wednesday 3.45pm.] ‘Löngun’ (Icelandic ‘yearning’) was originally a 15 minute dramatic monologue for theatre - created and performed by Hanna Appleby, based upon the memories and emotions of her mother who is Icelandic but has lived in England for many years. Hanna and Alexander Baker edited and distilled the essence of the text and recorded this as raw material for an impressionistic sound piece, the aim being to create not a completely abstract work, nor simply a monologue with sfx.
12:00pm - 1:00pm
[Repeated from Thursday 2pm.] Reg Hall and Kevin Sheils (on alternate weeks) present an informed and judicious selection of recordings of traditional musics from Britain, Ireland and occasionally further afield. This week: As the legendary American Old Timey musician Tom Paley was guest at the recent Resonance Birthday party, Kevin will feature a few tracks by him and related items.
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Magazine programme with Tim Hamilton, addressing issues which affect pensioners across London. This week: continued tributes to the late Harry Haward - from London's South London Press newspaper; Deptford's former MP, Dame Joan Ruddock; and Lewisham's directly elected Mayor, Sir Steve Bullock. Produced by Deptford Action Group for the Elderly. [Repeated Sunday 2pm.]
2:00pm - 3:00pm
[Repeated from Thursday 6.30pm.] Debbie Golt explores African music and wider arts and culture. This week: It's music music all the way this week - wonder if 15 tracks can be packed in to celebrate 15 years of Resonance 104.4FM? It's a feast of new music from Nina Miranda, Jenny and the Mexicans, Vieux Farke Toure, Soothsayers and many more with some classic favourites as well. Visit www.outerglobe.co.uk for more information.
3:00pm - 5:00pm
[Repeated from Saturday 4.30pm.] Presented by Jonny Trunk, The OST Show is the only show anywhere dedicated to film music, TV music, library music and related recordings. This week: to celebrate the birthday of Delia Derbyshire, Jonny is playing electronic music in Coventry Cathedral. As a result this pre record is dedicated to all things electronic, including Delia’s Electrosonic and early practical electronics from all quarters. Visit trunkrecords.com for more information. Contact email@example.com.
5:00pm - 6:00pm
A monthly show in which The Near Jazz Experience (Mark Bedford, Simon Charterton, Terry Edwards) and their guests talk about the purposes and pitfalls of being a musician. In this edition Terry leaves the confines of the studio, as we talk to him from PJ Harvey’s American Tour. Our special guest is Paul Taylor aka Trombone Poetry – he does what it says. He’ll perform his work live. We’ll discuss the genre of Spoken Word set to music. And a lament on a missing fanzine from Correspondent-at-large, Gavin Martin. [Repeated Saturday 6am.]
9:00pm - 10:00pm
Cathi Unsworth presents a four-part investigation into the works of the writer seen by many as the Godfather of British Noir, Derek Raymond. Episode 1: 'The Crust on its Uppers,' originally published in 1962 under his real name, Robin Cook, at a time when Raymond was involved in London’s criminal underworld. As well as providing a vivid insight into the world of Kings’ Road grafters, the book came complete with a dictionary of criminal argot. Cathi discusses the book with author Max Décharné, whose 'Straight From The Fridge Dad' and 'King’s Road' have made him an authority on both the language and location of Raymond’s book. First broadcast 2007. [Repeated Friday 12am.]
10:00pm - 11:00pm
Tristan Bath (of The Quietus) delves into music from the cassette tape underground. This week: #102 Ondness. Ondness is the project of Portuguese artist Bruno Silva. We speak to him about how he makes his indescribable collage music, plus touch on the stellar underground music scene in Portugal. The second half of the show is a special new sound mix by Ondness titled 'Why did the tiger get lost?' Artists and labels can send their tracks to firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit spoolsoutradio.wordpress.com for more information. [Repeated Saturday 12.30am.]
11:00pm - 12:00am
A radiophonic journey through the queer time frame with Ennoia Neoptolomus, which challenges the commercialized, commodified and hyper-objectified view of identity projected by the mainstream (gay and straight) and to transform the way we listen to gender and sexuality. Tonight: we continue in our investigation into the idea of a Queer Sonic Archive. We present the second part of the discussion with Robin D.G Kelley and Fred Moten on what has happened 50 years after the Vietnam War. This plus some music from the Queer Temporalities Archive. [Repeated Friday 1am.]