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Live at Port Eliot Festival, 25 to 27 July

July 23rd, 2014 · 2 Comments

From 25 to 27 July Resonance104.4fm broadcasts live from the Port Eliot Festival in St Germans, Cornwall. We will be interviewing and collaborating with artists and musicians taking part in the festival. Live broadcasts are from 1pm to 4pm, Friday and Sunday; and 1.30pm to 4.30pm, Saturday.

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Clear Spot at 8pm – Dreamland: Radio Arts Commission – The Dream of the Dream Scientist

July 29th, 2014 · No Comments

Tonight’s Clear Spot at 8pm showcases the fourth Radio Arts Commission: a new work commissioned by Radio Arts, following the theme of radio as a ‘Dreamland’. Tonight: Michael McHugh and Noizechoir’s The Dream of the Dream Scientist, an audio portrait of the Northumbria Centre for Sleep Research, one of only three centres in the UK dedicated to examining the science of sleep. Faculty director Jason Ellis takes the listener through what it means to be asleep and discuss what is happening to our bodies when we dream. Biomedical data captured during Ellis’s study has been re-interpreted by the Noizechoir to create graphical scores. Commission funded by Arts Council England and Kent County Council. [Repeated Wednesday 9am.]

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Down the Rabbit Hole at 5pm – new children’s literature – with Matt Haig

July 29th, 2014 · No Comments

In the latest of the new series of the monthly Down the Rabbit Hole at 5pm, Katherine Woodfine, Melissa Cox and guests including Matt Haig discuss children’s literature. [Repeated Sunday 7am]

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Wanted at 2pm – Paul-Ronney Angel of The Urban Voodoo Machine

July 29th, 2014 · No Comments

In Wanted at 2pm Henry Scott-Irvine’s guest is The Urban Voodoo Machine’s Paul-Ronney Angel comes in to preview, talk, and play live segments  from his band’s new studio album, Love, Death & Drink, which comes out on 15 September. The album features special collaborations with Jim Jones, Rat Scabies, and Wilko Johnson. The band has been described by Classic Rock Magazine as, “Possibly The Best Live Act You’ll Ever See.” The Urban Voodoo Machine is an 11 piece, featuring brass, accordion, violins, guitars, percussion, and fire eaters! [Repeated Thursday 10am.]

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