12:00am - 1:00am
Contemporary Native American and First Nations music from a wide range of indigenous musicians in North America, selected by multi-disciplinary sculptor Andrew Graves-Johnston (aka DJ Droid), who first came across it when researching the Standing Rock protests of 2016/17. Visit facebook.com/turtleislandradio for more information. [Repeated Saturday 12.30am.]
2:30am - 3:30am
[Repeated from Sunday 8pm.] A genre free music show produced and presented by Paul Jackson. Each track connects to the following in a running order that switches between musical styles, dates and audio quality – often leading to strange and unlikely musical pairings. Visit black2comm.com for more information.
4:00am - 5:00am
[Repeated from Sunday 4pm.] Taking Tom Waits' description to heart - “Dylan is a planet to be explored” - Laura Tenschert presents a series dedicated to the planet that is Bob Dylan and his musical and cultural orbit. For more information visit www.definitelydylan.com.
6:00am - 6:45am
[Repeated from Tuesday 3pm.] Selected past editions of our long running show with the late Carole Finer, presenting a range of live music guests, ranging from the English modernist avant-garde to bluegrass and sometimes field recordings from her travels round the world.
7:00am - 7:30am
[Repeated from Tuesday 5.30pm.] An eco-neutral trawl through the unusual records acquired by various means, including even purchase, during an otherwise mostly virtuous lifetime by Jack Thorington.
7:30am - 8:00am
[Repeated from Tuesday 7.30pm.] Will Hall presents 30 minutes of forgotten, underrated and underappreciated pop and folk music from across the world. International scenes are at home alongside outsider musics, demos and covers, film and game soundtracks, and long-lost rarities in this decentred selection. Follow @digthattreasure on Instagram.
8:00am - 9:00am
[Repeated from Sunday 9pm.] Marina Organ presents an hour of music that uses unconventional structures and 'other' time signatures – gathered from the worldwide undergrounds of math rock, avant prog, weird electronica and strange pop. Visit otherrockshow.wordpress.com for more information.
9:00am - 10:00am
[Repeated from Monday 9pm.] Dr. Stu and his expert guests dance around alternative investments, markets, the economy and wider world with psychedelic sounds and sometimes poetry. This week's guests: William J. Kelly, President, CAIA; and Jack Inglis, Chief Executive, AIMA.
10:00am - 11:00am
[Repeated from Wednesday 8pm.] A monthly show about the Latin American and Spanish literary world, presented by Silvia Röthlisberger. This month: Silvia talks to poets Patrizia Lonhitano from Brazil and Ana Maria Reyes from Venezuela. Music by Lido Pimienta. Visit literarysouth.org for more information.
11:00am - 12:00pm
[Repeated from Tuesday 8am.] Gems from our archives. Today: Singing Windrush: Calypso in Britain, first broadcast 7 January 2019. ‘London is the place for me, London this lovely city'. So sang Trinidadian calypso singer Aldwyn 'Lord Kitchener' Roberts as he disembarked at Tilbury Docks in June 1948 from the now iconic MV Empire Windrush. To coincide with the 70th anniversary of the arrival of the Windrush this documentary follows in Kitchener’s footsteps, using his life as a way to consider calypso culture and the experience in Britain of Windrush migrants more broadly. Narrated by Michael Curtis Ruiz. Produced by Gwendolen von Einsiedel, Jake Thorold and Michael Joseph. Featuring Tobago Crusoe, John Cowley, Josh Guild, Kennetta Hammond Perry, Felix Luis Ruiz and Sharon Watson.
1:00pm - 2:00pm
A magazine show covering African development issues hosted by Sonny Decker. This week: South Africa continues to "dance to the music" of the vile egregious apartheid system because it doesn't have the "guts" to stop it. Sonny talks to Friederike Bubenzer from South Africa's Institute for Justice and Reconciliation about this, highlighted in a project by the Institute titled, These Are the Things that Sit with Us. See mixcloud.com/talkingafrica for more Talking Africa shows. [Repeated Tuesday 9am.]
2:00pm - 3:00pm
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. [Repeated Monday 12pm.]
3:00pm - 3:30pm
[Repeated from Tuesday 5pm.] A monthly show celebrating the richness of children's books, hosted by Katherine Woodfine and Melissa Cox. In this archive episode, Alex Wheatle tells us about winning the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize for his YA novel Crongton Knights. First broadcast 28 March 2017. Visit http://dtrhradio.com for more information. Tweet @dtrhradio.
3:30pm - 4:00pm
A discussion of art from the past and the present with Anna Gammans. This week: Important Drawings. Anna is joined by 2018 winner of the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize, Caroline Burraway, who speaks about the importance of working with refugees. Anti-racism resources mentioned in the show: Heathline, British Journal of Photography, Medium. To get in touch visit Instagram @annagammansart or Facebook theartthenandnowshow. [Repeated Monday 2.30pm.]
4:00pm - 4:30pm
[Repeated from Tuesday 10.30pm.] A weekly show dedicated to the phenomenon that is K-pop! Korean presenter Keissi takes you on a journey through different times in a context of K-pop - Korean pop music for those not up to speed - from the 1990s to the present day. For more information visit K-Pop Journey on Facebook.
4:30pm - 5:30pm
Composer Benjamin Tassie dives into the worlds of contemporary Baroque and Renaissance musicians and their obscure instruments. This week: music by Sohrab Uduman, Simon Emmerson, and others. Benjamin’s guest is the Baroque violinist, and artistic director of the Icelandic ensemble Nordic Affect, Halla Steinunn Stefánsdóttir. For more information visit benjamintassie.com. [Repeated Friday 7am.]
7:30pm - 8:00pm
[Repeated from Tuesday 11.30am.] A series made by Meet Me at the Albany members, artists and collaborators. This week: Reflections on a journey. To mark Windrush Day and in honour of the Black Lives Matter movement, Meet Me members, Madge, Rosaline and Gwen share experiences of arriving in 1960s UK from Jamaica. IRIE drummer, Zozo Mohammed Shuaibu leads a warmup and we hear sounds from the Notting Hill Carnival, Brixton BLM protests and the Riverside Youth Club, with song from Tuligwasye Women in Zimbabwe. Presented by Ron Savill and Rosaline Muirhead. Produced by Hannah Kemp-Welch and Grant Smith. A co-production by the Albany and Entelechy Arts with Soundcamp.
8:00pm - 9:00pm
Radio is a Foreign Country #32: Gongs of Every Power. Hypnotic (and historic) gong records from the mountains of Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Kalimantan, and the Philippines. You'll hear amazing gong orchestras, including the Jorai and other Montagnard groups, Kenyah, Modang, and Badjao, recorded by Georges Condominas, Jacques Dournes, Jose Maceda, Patrick Kersale, David Blair Stiffler, and Laurent Jeanneau. [Repeats Friday 10am.]
10:30pm - 11:00pm
New music from the SHAPE platform. This month, we focus on Berlin-based Italian musician and sound designer Marta De Pascalis, whose releases have appeared on labels like Tapeworm. She has prepared a special audio collage for the show. Her new album Sonus Ruinae is out soon on Morphine Records. SHAPE is supported by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union. [Repeated Wednesday 3.30am.]
11:00pm - 12:00am
Presented and mixed by DJ BPM and Sharon-Rose (on alternate weeks), showcasing Grime classics, unreleased promos and new releases. This week, Sharon-Rose and guest DJ REX, feature new music from: Lady Lykez, Scratcha DVA, M24, FFSYTHO, Frisco, Leah Music, Black Napoleon, Defiant, Owly Beats, Outsider, Spitz, Mez, DJ Garna and Mind of a Dragon. Listen to archive shows on Mixcloud. Twitter: @sharonrose__. [Repeated Sunday 12am.]
12:00am - 1:00am
[Repeated from Wednesday 9.30pm.] The Earl of Killorglin and Andrew Scott-Bolton of Club Integral - London's long-running "home to the uncategorisable" - preview its upcoming concerts in London.