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Bonanza & Son at 4.30pm – with Hayes Carll

September 17th, 2014 · No Comments

Bonanza & Son returns today at 4.30pm with a live session and interview from Hayes Carll. Carll is a singer-songwriter from The Woodlands, Texas and was nominated Artist of the Year at the 2011 Americana Music Association awards. Three of his songs appear in the soundtrack to the film Country Strong, starring Gwyneth Paltrow, Tim McGraw, Garrett Hedlund, and Leighton Meester. Plus new releases by Lucinda Williams, Jim Keaveny, Justin Townes Earle, The Mastersons, Willie Watson, Shovels and Rope, Anders Parker, Thisell, Kay Berkell and the compilation tribute to Johnny Cash’s Bitter Tears, as well as lots of old vinyl including Poco, Roger Mcguinn and John Prine. Bonanza & Son also features a competition to win copies of Willie Nelson’s latest album, Band Of Brothers, and Lucinda Williams’ forthcoming Down Where The Spirit Meets The Bones. Plus a preview of the Dennis Hopper exhibition at The Royal Academy of Arts. [Repeated Friday 12am.]

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Frequencies at 1pm – with Daniel Glaser, Bishi, Sawchestra, more

September 17th, 2014 · No Comments

In the first programme of our new series Frequencies at 1pm, Michael Umney discusses the new Science Gallery London with its director Dr Daniel Glaser. A new space, focused on 15–25 year olds, where art and science collide, Science Gallery London is a flagship project for Culture at King’s College London. With performances from the opening night of the Frequencies: Tune Into Life – an experiment in sound and sonification investigating all kinds of periodic biological phenomena from individual cells to cities and including heart beats, sleep-wake circadian rhythms, weekly commuter patterns and annual cycles of births, deaths and happiness – by Bishi, Sawchestra and Leo Creffield, Rachel Williams, and Neil Kaczor. In addition, from Resonance104.4fm’s residency in the SGL Pop Up space, the Resonance Radio Orchestra performs Buddy Holly’s Suitcase, a meditation on Bergsonian time written by BASCA Composer of the Year Ed Baxter. [Repeated Saturday 3.30pm]

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Little Atoms at 11am – Mind’s Eye at Brighton Digital Festival

September 17th, 2014 · No Comments

The interviews in today’s Little Atoms show at 11am – with Gerhard Schwehm, Mission Manager for Rosetta, Dr Caitriona Jackman of Southampton University on Cassini, and Dr Peter Grindrod of UCL on Mars – were recorded for an audio installation, Mind’s Eye, which is happening at Circus Street Market for the Brighton Digital Festival from 13 to 28 September 2014. This ambitious outdoor audio piece brings art and science together and offers the audience an opportunity to explore and understand the solar system via the voices of those most familiar with it. (Thanks to Andy Franzkoviak and Mary Jane Edwards of Shrinking Space for asking Little Atoms to take part, and to Lorraine Conroy of ESA for arranging most of the interviews.) [Repeated Saturday 10am.]

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