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Clear Spot at 8pm – Score for Open Heart Surgery on Charlie Watts by the Resonance Radio Orchestra

April 21st, 2015 · No Comments

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The Clear Spot at 8pm is a performance of the radiophonic artwork “Score for Open Heart Surgery on Charlie Watts” by the Resonance Radio Orchestra, recorded live at Radiophrenia, CCA, Glasgow, 16 April 2015. Voice: Tam Dean Burn. Musicians: Ed Baxter, Peter Lanceley, Kim Moore, Michael Umney, Mark Vernon. Singer: Peter Lanceley. Text, concept etc: Ed Baxter. [Repeated Wednesday 9am.]

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Shapeless Radio at 7.30pm – Hasan Hujairi, IVVVO, Teebs, more

April 21st, 2015 · No Comments

Shapeless Radio at 7.30pm is a new music series produced by Peter Lanceley dedicated to boundary-pushing electronic and world music. In tonight’s show: two tracks from Bahrain-based producer Hasan Hujairi; one from Portugal’s IVVVO; ‘Displaced’ from Alexander Zhang Hungtai’s discontinued Dirty Beaches project (now known as Last Lizard); the smallest of tributes to Barron Machat – co-founder of Hippos In Tanks label who recently passed away – we hear music from James Ferraro and Inga Copeland; and to close, music from Los Angeles based audiovisual artist Teebs, with his track ‘For Phil’. Visit shapelessradio.com for more information. [Repeated Thursday 8.30am.]

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Out in South London at 6.30pm – Dylan Costello, Matthew Gould & Joseph Mercier

April 21st, 2015 · No Comments

On today’s Out in South London at 6.30pm Rosie Wilby talks to playwright Dylan Costello about his play The Glass Protégé which opens at Park Theatre on 14th April, he is joined by director Matthew Gould. The Glass Protégé is set in 1940s Hollywood and features a romance between two actors. Choreographer Joseph Mercier, of the company PanicLab, tells us about his new show R.I.O.T which comes to Stratford Circus on 30th April / 1st May and The Place on 27thMay. R.I.O.T was inspired by the student protests in Westminster Square and involves four performers playing superheroes caught in a series of personal and political conflicts. Plus David Robson, Chair of Wandsworth LGBT Forum, who previews the forthcoming Vauxhall Question Time event taking place on 23 April with a panel including representatives of Labour, Conservative, Liberal Democrat and Green Parties; and writer and DJ Stewart Who also limbers up for his role as the Dimbleby figure overseeing proceedings. Visit outinsouthlondon.wordpress.com for more information. [Repeated Sunday 10am.]

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