As part of The Museum of Radio today from noon to 6.15pm we offer another chance to hear highlights from The Free University of the Airwaves. Today’s broadcasts are: Number Theory and Communication by Professor Kevin Buzzard; On George Orwell by Professor Jean Seaton; The History of Air by Professor Steven Connor; How Do you Make a Man? by Dr Caroline Osella; Graphic Design Explained by Adrian Shaughnessy; Jews in England From Expulsion 1290 to Readmission 1659 by Dr Ariel Hessayon; Visual Literacy by Professor Peter Rea; Spam, Rubbish and Leftover Culture by Professor Esther Leslie; and Herbert Marcuse’s Idea of Society as a Work of Art by Professor Malcolm Miles.
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The Museum of Radio tonight from 7.30pm presents radio artworks from the Radiophrenia RSL, curated by Mark Vernon and Barry Burns, realised live at CCA, Glasgow, April 2015. Featuring new works by Shelly Nadashi, Aleks Jurczyk, Julia Scott, Nichola Scrutton, Kathryn Elkin, Rebecca Wilcox and Amelia Bywater, Elizabeth Veldon and Jim Colquhoun; plus Score For Open Heart Surgery On Charlie Watts by the Resonance Radio Orchestra; and the specially commissioned feature The Mac: Rewarding The Observant by Michael Umney.
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At 6.30pm tonight, Out In South London and Apples and Snakes present highlights of Queer’Say – a showcase of queer spoken word hosted by Rosie Wilby. This event was recorded at Hackney Attic as part of Pride Arts Festival on 21 June and features Robert Garnham, Anna Freeman and Candy Royalle. Visit outinsouthlondon.wordpress.com for more information.