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.
1:00am - 2:30am
[Repeated from Sunday 12pm.] Freewheeling music series with Ivor Kallin. This week's show features contributions from Anne Bean and Nicol Parkinson with a bunch of pebbles, Viv Corringham shadowing the walking Rick Wilson plus new records from Alasdair Roberts, Silver Tears and Hen Ogledd.
3:30am - 4:00am
[Repeated from Wednesday 1.30pm.] Introduced by bass player and storyteller LM Dubz, and produced by people with learning disabilities at the Gate Arts Centre, Gate Kicks covers art, music, dance, film, theatre and offers a hub where this truly underground art scene is exposed to a larger audience.
4:00am - 4:30am
[Repeated from Wednesday 3pm.] Recorded by Heiko Khoo, the Speakers’ Corner show goes to the heart of political, social and cultural issues of the day. It features Speakers’ Corner regulars, special reports and interviews, and observes at the life and times of the world’s oldest and most famous platform for free speech.
4:30am - 5:00am
[Repeated from Tuesday 11am.] NND and guests discuss all aspects of work and workplaces. This week: in the Black History Month UK 2020 series finale, NND talks to Kwaku, in his capacity as a history consultant and archivist, about one of his films, Exploring the Legacies, which looks at the work and contributions of five great Black British women who have now joined the realm of the ancestors. He begins with how a London encounter with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. led Dame Jocelyn Barrow to begin her anti-racism work, which paved the way for the Race Relations Act 1976. Also covered are the activism and campaigning of firebrand Olive Morris (social housing), Jessica Huntley (publishing and community advocacy), Cecile Nobrega (classical music, education and writer of the poem that inspired the erection of the Bronze Woman statue that stands outside Stockwell station, South London) and Claudia Jones (founding editor of The West Indian Gazette). Visit AfricanHistoryPlus.eventbrite.com. Continue the #workplacennd discussion on Twitter with @workplacennd.
5:00am - 6:00am
[Repeated from Saturday 3.30pm.] A collective of DJs and artists explores a selected theme each week through music and conversation. This week’s theme is: Resistance. Listen to archived shows on Mixcloud. For more information visit Twitter @synaptic_island, Instagram @synapticisland and synapticisland.com.
6:00am - 7:00am
[Repeated from Monday 5pm.] Embark on a journey with the Spencer family as they go on a musical holiday to all four corners of the world.
7:00am - 8:00am
[Repeated from Tuesday 3pm.] A monthly radio show hosted by composer Jo Thomas featuring sound-walking, music and conversation from around the UK. Today: Jo explores the sound of onshore winds and electricity, walking through Llan Alaw windmill farm on Angelsey, beside Parys Mountain.
8:00am - 9:00am
[Repeated from Tuesday 12 Noon.] Composer Benjamin Tassie dives into the worlds of contemporary Baroque and Renaissance musicians and their obscure instruments. This week: music for viola da gamba by Pierre-Yves Martel, and for baroque flutes and recorders by Guðmundur Steinn Gunnarsson. Plus, Benjamin’s guest is the recorder player Lucia Mense. For more information visit benjamintassie.com.
9:00am - 10:00am
Global environmental news with Alex Smith. This week: Climate, Pandemic and Human Extinction. Did pandemic lockdowns and the move to online life at least help us cut our climate-killing emissions? From Beijing, new science led by our guest Dr. Zhu Liu provides unexpected answers. Then Canadian scientist Megan K. Young explains extreme rains and floods are popping up all over. But first: can climate change drive humans to extinction? The past speaks to the future with Prof. Pasquale Raia from Italy. Visit ecoshock.org/ for more information. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. [Repeated Monday 6am.]
10:00am - 11:00am
[Repeated from Thursday 8pm.] Vectrexians. In a Clear Spot looking at the continuing fortunes of the Vectrex games console, a miniature arcade style machine originally released in 1984, Alex Fitch talks to programmers Chris Malcolm (Binary Star Software) and Kristof Tuts (Tutsoft) about their new games for the console, and to graphic novelist Zara Slattery about her experiences of playing the Vectrex and teenage years in arcades. Visit panelborders.wordpress.com for more information.
11:00am - 12:00pm
A weekly show hosted by urbanist Donald Hyslop. This week: a USA election special programme as Donald talks past and present with Emeritus Historian of the United States Senate Don Ritchie. [Repeats Wednesday 7am.]
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Presented by Nick Brown of Intoxica Record Shop and dedicated to the dignity of vinyl, giving centre stage to new vinyl reissue releases, spotlighting Content Themes and specific artists' careers - and generally playing the gloriously unheralded low-brow rock and soul of the 20th Century, all rendered on little slabs of black plastic. Today: a Halloween Special! For further information and general waffle, contact email@example.com. [Repeated Saturday 1.30am.]
1:00pm - 2:00pm
A weekly show dedicated to political theory and current affairs hosted by James Butler. This week James is poorly so we are repeating an edition of Novara from 28 June 2012, an interview with the late David Graeber by Aaron Peters (Aaron Bastani). Find Novara on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. All previous shows are available at novaramedia.com. [Repeated Monday 9am.]
2:00pm - 2:30pm
[Repeated from Thursday 7.30pm.] A Baedeker tour of international musical curiosities from the 78rpm era with Oliver Carter-Wakefield. This week: Hot Club Du Monde investigates an early 20th home entertainment phenomenon the pedal operated, mechanical ‘player’ piano more often known as the pianola. A must-have drawing room accessory for Edwardian high society, the success of the pianola fuelled the market for intricately made piano rolls which after initially focusing on classical and religious music became an important means for the dissemination of syncopated dance music. Featuring a selection of ragtime compositions from the 1900s and 1910s played on original piano rolls.
2:30pm - 3:30pm
A programme of multiple agendas presented by William English. This week: The Bodies Beneath with guests, curators and film archivists, William Fowler and Vic Pratt. In 2006 they co-founded The Flipside seasons at the British Film Institute presenting obscure, forgotten or neglected British films and television resulting in a book published by Strange Attractor: The Bodies Beneath. “Occult rites are staged in hippie strip clubs; music hall dame Old Mother Riley haunts a vampiric Bela Lugosi; TV puppet Sooty doles out intoxicating pharmaceuticals; velvet-voiced Vincent Price presents a full-fat cookery programme...” First broadcast 7 June 2019. [Repeated Monday 5am.]
3:30pm - 4:00pm
A new six part series which celebrates and explores the significance of the first Black led civil rights campaign in the UK, the Bristol Bus Boycott of 1963. Episode 1 features contributions from historian Dr Edson Burton, Dr Madge Dresser and original activists Paul Stephenson, Roy Hackett, Guy Bailey and Barbara Dettering plus archive content. Produced and presented by Miranda Rae. A Sound Women South West Network production supported by the Audio Content Fund. [Repeats Monday 3am.]
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Tim McArthur, Nathan Matthews and guests discuss London's vibrant theatre scene. Today’s guests: triple Olivier Award winner chats about '& Juliet' at the Shaftesbury Theatre; producer Adam Blanshay discusses new musical web series 'The Theatre Channel'; and Mamma Mia! star Mazz Murray chats about her chart-topping single produced by Queen legend, Brian May, as well as her second solo album, 'Midnight Mazz: Here We Go Again'. Visit thecurtainupshow.com for more information. In association with TodayTix. [Repeated Sunday 9am.]
5:00pm - 5:30pm
Up-to-date information for Southwark residents regarding Covid-19. This week: Winter is coming which poses a greater risk to anyone experiencing homelessness - let alone in a pandemic. We speak to Southwark Law Centre and Shelter, and although they are providing Southwark services, their insights into homeless and the courts that sometimes cause it are not restricted to Southwark. Produced by Southwark Group of Tenant Organisations (SGTO) with and on behalf of the Southwark Tenants Movement. Get involved and get in touch at email@example.com or telephone 0207 639 6718. [Repeats Monday 11.30am.]
5:30pm - 7:00pm
A showcase for records of contemporary experimental and underground music, hosted by Ed Pinsent. Tonight: Black Metal (and some Death Metal) for Halloween 2020. Ed showcases 14 recent CD purchases. Album tracks from Abhorer, Archgoat, Behemoth, Beherit, Black Witchery, Deathspell Omega, Funereus, Grave Desecrator, Infester, Nargaroth, Nexul, Ondskapt, Thornspawn, Vircolac and Witch Vomit. Visit thesoundprojector.com/radio-show/ for more information. [Repeated Wednesday 1am.]
7:00pm - 8:00pm
A talk show dedicated to films and television shows, presented by Marcus Ako, Laura Sampson and David Campbell. Today: a spooky season interview with Emily Lau from YouTube channel Emiloid, on her video on how Midsommar is insulting to Pagans. Plus, filmmaker Giles Alderson drops by to talk about his latest horror feature The Dare, which happens to be the show’s Halloween pick for 2020! The gang all give their #Top5favourite Horror films. Visit STB's Facebook page for more information. Tweet to @STB_ResonanceFM. Instagram @ShootTheBreezeShow. [Repeated Wednesday 6am.]
8:00pm - 9:00pm
River Dialogues: The Delicateness of Water. This programme explores a sense of the delicate in water bodies, and the delicate balance between human life and water. We draw on the notion of world rivers and universal waters, and their delicate state; investigate the need for a more delicate way of handling water; and pore over the river songs of Joni Mitchell, Nina Simone, Yoko Ono and Anohni. For more information visit riverdialogues.blogspot.com or contact Nic Salazar at firstname.lastname@example.org. [Repeated Monday 10am.]
9:00pm - 10:00pm
Joe Cushley explores 13 Bar Blues and Twisted Roots music from around the globe. From the the 1920s to the present day, from the barrel-house to the arthouse via the bedsit, from Mali to Mississippi to the Mekong via New Malden - every culture has its blues. For more information visit Balling The Jack on Facebook. E-mail email@example.com. [Repeated Wednesday 8am.]
10:00pm - 11:30pm
Hosted by Johny Brown and Inga Tillere of Band Of Holy Joy. This week's show is curated and collated by Lee Stapleford. It includes a talk with musician Simon Griffiths who discusses his early life as a drummer in London and his time spent working as a crop sprayer and photographer in Florida. For more information visit badpunkradio.tumblr.com, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. [Repeated Tuesday 1am.]
11:30pm - 12:30am
Modulisme (which translates as Modularism) is a series devoted to out of leftfield modular synthesis, with a different sound-designer playing live or offering studio recordings of their choice each week. This week: music made by Batchas on his glorious vintage Serge Paperface system. Batchas started to play electronics and experimental, industrial music in 1983 using analogue machines. Fascinated by the way our world vibrates, he enjoys every ephemeral moment spent improvising on his modular systems. For more information visit modulisme.info/sessions. [Repeated Thursday 6am.]