12:00am - 2:00am
[Repeated from Saturday 7am.] The Hole Truth was a radio broadcast serving the local community on Hammersmith's failed community radio station, OnFM 101.4. After OnFM lost its broadcasting licence in 2013, The Hole Truth dissolved and the show makers went their separate ways. Recorded in Southall in mid-December, we are now back with an end of year review which features mosaic artist and filmmaker Sian Smith discussing 2017 in review with ill-informed broadcaster Tariq Haque (The Atomic Drop). Over the course of two hours topics discussed include Brexit, adult education facilities, Trump's administration, tastemakers, #metoo, the sound of 2018 and much more...
2:00am - 6:30am
Last year Cities and Memory launched the first ever collection of the sounds of protest and political activism from around the world in the form of an interactive global sound map. This broadcast offers an overview of the audio, collected from 27 countries, 49 cities and almost 200 sounds from Trump and Brexit to Black Lives Matter, Occupy and the G20. With the help of over 100 sound artists from around the world, there is also a remixed, reimagined sound world made from the sounds of protest accompanying the documentary field recordings.
6:30am - 7:00am
The First British Guitar Hero. Jonathan Richards explores the work of Ernest Shand (1868 - 1924). Recorded and edited by Mandy Baines. [Repeated Wednesday 9pm.]
7:00am - 7:30am
[Repeated from Saturday 8pm.] Audio monodrama produced by Roger James Elsgood at Art and Adventure Ltd. Tonight: ‘Greetings From Here,’ made and performed by Pauline Gloss. American sound artist Pauline Gloss’s journey through trans-identity, mental illness, heartbreak and a city, constructed as nine audio postcards sent to friends. Behind each postcard looms the silent presence of Gloss’ correspondents who are named but never given voice, and offer brief glimpses into Gloss’ shifting emotional space.
10:00am - 12:00pm
[Repeated from Friday 7.30pm.] Electric Sheep presents: 50 Years of The Prisoner. A special two hour programme celebrating the 50th anniversary of classic cult TV show The Prisoner. Alex Fitch talks to two of the editors of The Prisoner – Ian Rakoff and John S. Smith – and hosts a live commentary track for the episode 'Living in Harmony' with Smith, Rakoff (who also wrote the episode), Prisoner historian Rick Davy, and Rob Fairclough, writer of The Official Prisoner Companion book. 'Living in Harmony' was broadcast on 29/12/67, exactly 50 years before this broadcast, and the interviews and live commentary were recorded at the ‘Mind Mash 2015 event organised by The Unmutual website. If listeners want to watch the episode while listening to the show, there’ll be a countdown to pressing play on the DVD player / Amazon video stream. The broadcast also features classic tracks by Albert Elms and Ron Grainer from the soundtrack of The Prisoner.
3:00pm - 5:00pm
Cold Turkey: Giving Thanks For What? A celebration of Native American music and culture, with Chris Bohn - focused on music of Native American artists including Cree warrior Buffy Sainte-Marie, Navajo Raven Chacon (whose various groups and projects include Postcommodity, Death Convention Singers, Mesa Ritual, Kilt and Endlings), White Mountain Apache woman Laura Ortman, Ottawa based ‘Halluci Nation’ DJ collective A Tribe Called Red, Indian rodeo cowboy Peter La Farge, and more. [Repeated Saturday 10.30pm.]
5:00pm - 7:00pm
[Repeated from Saturday noon.] The Best Bits Of 2017, Part 2 (of 3). A full two hours of music performed live in session over the past twelve months. Featuring Joss Cope, Ed Dowie, Honey Hahs, Bad Parents, Koral Society, Naim Amor, The Avon Guard, Those Unfortunates, Lewis Floyd Henry, Spannerman, Poetry Art Exchange (ft. Steve Rushton And Margento), Sebastian Melmoth, Simon Waldram, Manu Louis, The Windsors, Kokoroko, Tongue, Gerry Mitchell, Henrys Face, Iafra Famoriyo, Minnie Micros, Your Heterosexual Violence, fos, Madonnatron, Matthew Battle, Ben Arthur, Entropi, This Is The Kit, Viva Sherry, Ieva Dubova, Joe Howson, Rotten Bliss, The Plan, Band Of Holy Joy. Special thanks to live sound engineers Ilia Rogatchevski, Leisha Thomas, Martin Pearce, Erik Lintunen, Liza Gurtz, Josh Eagle, Beth Rogers, Sara Ghandour, Sarah Nicholl, Edwin Dorley, Elise Morgan and Ollie Guard. Visit hellogoodbyeshow.com for more information.