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Step Inside Radio Preview at 3.30pm

April 24th, 2015 · No Comments

Step Inside Radio is an installation and live event at the Roundhouse on Saturday 25 April. In a special Preview at 3.30pm today short audio pieces featured in the installation have been threaded together by poet Laurie Bolger.
It features excerpts from Edith’s Passport by Eloise Stevens, with music by Raphaella (Roundhouse Radio & BBC Radio 4’s Short Cuts); Love Is (Reform Radio); Under The Skin by Maria Sapalo (Reprezent); Conversations with a Griot by Akeem George, with music by Tito (Roundhouse Radio); Cyber Church by Ros Fraser (Roundhouse Radio); BUSK by Sam Robinson (NPR San Francisco and Resonance104.4fm); Resistance Radio, written by Ellen Haggar (Roundhouse Radio); and The Future by Joseph Kramer, with music by Leo (Roundhouse Radio).
Live performances on the day include work by Resonance104.4fm’s Peter Lanceley and Jack Egan from Reform Radio; and there is a panel discussion with Bolger, Egan, Martha Caidan (Reprezent) and Hana Walker Brown (Falling Tree), who discuss radio as an art form and the future of radio for young people.

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The Opera Hour at 4.30pm – Émigré

April 23rd, 2015 · No Comments

On The Opera Hour at 4.30pm opera singer and poet Richard Scott explores opera and libretti through the prism of various themes. Today’s show is titled Émigré. The history of classical music is one of migration, composers and musicians have been travelling to London to seek work, money, fame, political and religious acceptance and inspiration, with varying levels of success, for centuries. In advance of City of London Sinfonia’s Émigré Season, their Chief Executive Matthew Swann takes Richard on a walking tour of East London to discuss Handel, Mozart, bandstands, mosques, immigration, education and fish & chips. [Repeated Monday 10am.]

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Panel Borders at 11am – Miss Lasko-Gross

April 23rd, 2015 · No Comments

On Panel Borders at 11am Alex Fitch explores the art and culture of comics and graphic novels with practitioners worldwide. Concluding a month of show about creators whose passion for comics sees them create sequential art in different genres and for different media, Alex Fitch talks to American cartoonist Miss Lasko-Gross about her two volumes of autobiography – Escape from “Special” and A Mess of Everything, plus her new fantasy graphic novel, Henni. Alex and Miss discuss the latter’s developing art style over her career so far, tackling issues of freedom and intolerance in fantasy worlds, re-releasing early self-published work on comixology.com and contributing to the touring exhibition Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women. For more information visit www.panelborders.wordpress.com[Repeated Saturday 7am.]

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