12:00am - 1:00am

Is Black MusicHighlight

The world's first and longest running alternative Black music radio show, hosted by Art Terry. The world's first and longest running alternative Black music radio show, hosted by Art Terry. Tonight's show is titled In The Trees. It is a tribute to The Happy Man Tree in Hackney which was scheduled to be cut down by developers when this show was first broadcast on 15 July 2020 - and was cut down this week. For more information visit isblackmusic.com

1:00am - 1:30am

Weird Tales For Winter

Eight part seasonal series of shudder-inducing horror stories, produced by Johnny Mugwump. Last in the series.

1:30am - 2:30am

Me & My Rhythm Box

Me & My Rhythm Box by Felix Kubin. Guests from the fields of music, art science, and instrument-making are invited to explain (live) their relationships to their own instrument through sample sounds, brief concerts, and conversations. Realised as part of 2017's documenta 14 radio project.

2:30am - 3:30am

Radio Is A Foreign Country

Kenneth Routon's radio programme featuring the raw sounds of obscure international folk and pop music. Visit facebook.com/radioisaforeigncountry for more information. 

3:30am - 4:00am

Our Journey

[Repeated from Saturday 5pm.] A 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. Produced and presented by Miranda Rae. A Sound Women South West Network production supported by the Audio Content Fund. Last episode.

4:00am - 5:00am

Sleeping Dogs Lie

Ambient music selected by Miguel Santos to help night owls relax. For more information visit Sleeping Dogs Lie on Facebook, Mixcloud and WhitelabelRecs Bandcamp. [Repeated Monday 1am.]

5:00am - 6:00am

Blood Culture

Another chance to hear Resonance's iTunes chart topping high-octane, award-winning drama serial, produced by Lance Dann. A'isha (Chetna Pandya) is just about holding down her job at tech giant Meta, until her old friend Livi (Bryony Afferson) appears in a rage and denounces their boss Richard Dreyer (Jack Klaff) as a murderer. Then she has to face up to what she has become, the lies that are woven in her past and the terrifying truth of what Meta are doing... Supported by The Wellcome Trust. (5/5.)

6:00am - 7:00am

Gwaith Sŵn's Sonic Darts

[Repeated from Monday 9.30pm.] Sound-art and transmission-art delivered by London sound art collective Gwaith Sŵn. Today: Open Call 2020 – Part Two. All tracks have been created in, or as a response to 2020, a generation defining twelve months. Featuring work from: Jam Tomorrow, Olivier Shreuder, Silo Portem, Simon Le Boggit, Elliot Hernández, Mat Ward, Maria Carlas & Mylo Cywitz, Chelidon Frame, Taylor Nuttall, and Bill Vine.

7:00am - 8:00am

Clear Spot

First broadcast 14 July 2020. South Bank Sound Lab. Listen to music and interviews from London South Bank University’s Music and Sound Design students. There’s some industrial techno, grime, a Shakespearian soundwalk and music made using a video game engine. Presented by Adam Parkinson (aka Dane Law), experimental musician and Senior Lecturer in Sound Design at LSBU. Visit https://www.facebook.com/southbanksoundlab/ or email adam.parkinson@lsbu.ac.uk for more information.

8:00am - 8:30am

Vegetarianism The Story So Far

A fifteen part radio history of vegetarianism by Ian McDonald, who starts right at the beginning and tracks the story of the ideas that inspired vegetarians around the world up to the present day. Today: Episode 14. Diet Reform – on consumerism, “back to nature”, and Gandhi. For more information visit: theveganoption.org.

8:30am - 9:00am

Art Of Change

Curators Florence Devereux and Clementine Butler-Gallie continue the investigation into artistic practices that archive this moment of transience. Today: Water. Glasgow-based performance artist Tamara MacArthur takes us on an intimate journey through her practice, that will engulf you in 'water'. Sentimentality, vulnerability, and oceanic emotions are played on the waves of her work. Visit www.artofchangeradio.org.

9:00am - 10:00am

Make Your Own Damn Music

[Repeated from Tuesday 9pm.] The Apathy Band Jam. This week Bob asks Apathy Band members about their preparations for the end of the year. Esther K. Smith tells us about Chanukah in New York, Calvin Tsai tells about what goes in in Taiwan at this time of year, Rebecca and Colin free style us with the Blues, and Dikko excels on his trombone. It's the party you missed out on. Enjoy! (Delayed from last week due to a technical error. Apologies.)

10:00am - 10:15am

Sunday In The Park With DidiHighlight

Drama written by Hector McCormick, starring Douglas Clarke-Wood as Owen and Peter Bond as Didi. Directed and produced by Douglas Clarke-Wood.

10:15am - 11:00am


A major retrospective of the work of the radio art network Radia, whose collective mission is to make radio that transcends the borders and boundaries of land and language. Mobile Radio visits each station in turn to discern their motives and inspirations, and explore the work of one of their associated artists. Commissioned for documenta 14.

11:00am - 11:50am

Human Geography USHighlight

“Human Geography US” by Anthony Moore and Peter Blegvad features spoken texts taken from the prose work of six 20th century American writers; a booze-biased mapping of the US in a human geography of words, music and field recordings. The texts are recited by Peter Blegvad, poet, illustrator and musician. The guitar pieces, field recordings and concept are by Anthony Moore. Running order: 1. Pynchon; 2. Black; 3. Brautigan; 4. Dorn; 5. Willeford; 6. Crowley; 7. Brautiganagain. Sources:
Jack Black, ch. 10, You Can’t Win (1926); Richard Brautigan, “In The California Bush”, “The Shipping of Trout Fishing in America Shorty to Nelson Algren”, “The Mayor of the Twentieth Century”, from Trout Fishing in America (1967); John Crowley, “Bottom of a Bottle” and “Ahead and Behind”, from Little,Big (1981); Edward Dorn, “Real Towns Have No Parking Meters (The Miles City Bucking Horse Sale and The Last Rites of the True West)” and "Of Western Newfoundland, Its Inns & Outs", from Way West (1993); Thomas Pynchon, “Episode 50”, from Mason & Dixon (1997); Charles Willeford, ch. 7, I Was Looking for a Street (1988).

11:50am - 12:00am

The Artangel Longplayer AssemblyHighlight

First broadcast 26 September 2020. 24 leading thinkers whose individual specialist work embodies long term thought converge in a non-stop 12-hour conversation relay. Schedule: 11.50am: Introduction by Ansuman Biswas. 12pm: Precious Lunga / Eyal Weizman. 12.30pm: Eyal Weizman / Brian Eno. 1pm: Brian Eno / Amia Srinivasan. 1.30pm: Amia Srinivasan / Farhana Yamin. 2pm: Farhana Yamin / Helen Thompson. 2.30pm: Helen Thompson / Will Prentice. 3pm: Will Prentice / Vibeke Mascini. 3.30pm: Vibeke Mascini / Theodore Zeldin. 4pm: Theodore Zeldin / Mariana Mazzucato. 4.30pm: Mariana Mazzucato / Laurie Anderson. 5pm: Laurie Anderson / Mulindwa Moses. 5.30pm: Mulindwa Moses / Sukhdev Sandhu. 6pm: Sukhdev Sandhu / Saskia Sassen. 6.30pm: Saskia Sassen / Rupert Beale. 7pm: Rupert Beale / Holly Jean Buck. 7.30pm: Holly Jean Buck / Jacqueline Springer. 8pm: Jacqueline Springer / Alexander Rose. 8.30pm: Alexander Rose / Meehan Crist. 
9pm: Meehan Crist / Naomi Alderman. 9.30pm: Naomi Alderman / Saul Griffith. 10pm: Saul Griffith / Catalina Ortiz. 10.30pm: Catalina Ortiz / John Akomfrah. 11pm: John Akomfrah / Janna Levin. 11.30pm: Janna Levin / Precious Lunga. Visit https://www.artangel.org.uk/longplayer/longplayer-assembly/ for full details.

12:00am - 1:00am

The Inspector Wall Adventures

Omnibus edition. All four chapters of the grimly humorous lopsided crime fiction, written by Dave Milton, read by Tam Dean Burn and produced by Larry Cravat. Contains scenes of violence and material some listeners may find offensive.