9:00am - 10:00am
[Repeated from Friday 8pm.] Cherry Blossom Quartet. A week of Tenzing Scott Brown plays, adapted for radio by Johny Brown, featuring Tam Dean Burn and a company of actors and sound artists, produced and presented by Bad Punk. Tonight: 'Between Heaven And Helsinki'. James Stephen Finn provides an improvised soundscape whilst Sukie Smith, Kirsty Allison, Tam Dean Burn, Joe Cushley, Inga Tillere and Jonny Mugwump act out the sad and strange story of the doomed Finnish singer songwriter Kristina Bruuk.Listen live
10:00am - 11:00am
[Repeated from Thursday 3.30pm.] Curated by Ruth Barnes, The Other Woman is a collective representing alternative female artists in music, comedy and performance. This week: Musician Piney Gir is joined by Michelle Greeff a pioneer of 3D printing, managing director of Hobs Creative discussing her holistic approach to business. Visit ruthbarnes.co.uk for more information.
11:00am - 11:45am
[Repeated from Wednesday 3pm.] A programme that presents methods of listening as they are used by astrophysicists, urbanists, architects, audiologists, artists, anthropologists, writers, neurologists and more. Edited and produced by Salomé Voegelin. This week: In this nineteenth broadcast in the series we hear from Joanna Norman, Senior Curator at V&A, and Lead Curator for the Scottish Design Galleries at V&A Museum of Design Dundee, who will be talking about listening in the context of the V&A. In particular she will be discussing the museum’s musical instrument collection addressing the paradox of its mute display. Her presentation asks how curators can try to get around the silence of the artefact? Visit listeningacrossdisciplines.net for more information. Tweet to @listenacross.
11:45am - 12:00pm
[Repeated from Wednesday 3.45pm.] From 2012, a rare magazine radio show made by nine Year 3 (eight year old) pupils at Whytemead First School in Worthing, West Sussex, which is “exactly as funny and bewildering as children are. A great project.” (Miranda Sawyer, The Observer, who know a thing or two.)
12:00pm - 1:00pm
[Repeated from Thursday 2pm.] Reg Hall and Kevin Sheils (on alternate weeks) present an informed and judicious selection of recordings of traditional musics from Britain, Ireland and occasionally further afield.
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Magazine programme with Tim Hamilton, addressing issues which affect pensioners across London. This week: a repeat from January 2014, DAGE’s Barbaras Raymond and Banks and Cathy react to the findings from the Saga survey which states that out of 12,000 older people aged over 50, 1 in 5 are planning to cut back on other spending so that they can heat their homes. We ask what should the government do now to prevent the continuing excess in winter deaths that come about when older people turn down or even turn off their heating during the coldest part of the year? They also react to Labour’s leader, Ed Miliband’s election promise that if voted in, in 2015, he would freeze energy price rises for 20 months. DAGE’s Harry Haward reacts to the scaremongering by our MPs that pensioners, among other low income groups, will have to choose between heating and eating, and this is followed by a timely reminder from Harry of what we offer at DAGE, such as news that Charis Grants can help clear your energy debt. Produced by Deptford Action Group for the Elderly. [Repeated Sunday 2pm.]
2:00pm - 3:00pm
[Repeated from Thursday 6.30pm.] Debbie Golt explores African music and wider arts and culture. This week: La Linea Festival goes from strength to strength with an awesome line up this April. Director Andy Wood of Como No joins Debbie to spill the beans and share some brilliant new twist Latin vibes. There's also news of the first ever Palestine Music Expo, also in April. Visit www.outerglobe.co.uk for more information.
3:00pm - 5:00pm
[Repeated from Saturday 4.30pm.] Presented by Jonny Trunk, The OST Show is the only show anywhere dedicated to film music, TV music, library music and related recordings. Today's show is brought to you by collector and archivist Simon Gitter, who puts his odd spin on the soundtrack scene, bringing in a crazy bundle of peculiar film music sounds, including some new retrospective releases about God and Italy. And possibly some Telemusic. Visit www.trunkrecords.com for more information and/or email email@example.com.
8:00pm - 9:00pm
Nigel Bryant of the South East London based monthly live experimental music night, Sonic Imperfections, plays a selection of unusual and experimental music. This show features Map71, Jo Thomas, Colin Webster, Basil Kirchin and much more. Visit Sonic Imperfections on Facebook for more information. [Repeated Tuesday 9am.]
9:00pm - 10:00pm
Dr. Stu and his expert guests dance around hedge funds, markets, the economy and wider world. With heady music and the delicious products of sponsors Madoff Ponzi Bier. [Repeated Thursday 7am.]
10:00pm - 11:00pm
Tristan Bath (of The Quietus) delves into music from the cassette tape underground. Artists and labels can send their tracks to firstname.lastname@example.org. This week: What is German Army. Since 2011 a mysterious Californian outfit by the name of German Army has been releasing tape after tape after LP after CD-R on labels the world over. Uniquely prolific, and consistently satisfying, their music is awash with echo effects, industrial drum machine rhythms, squalling noise, and downright poppy vocal hooks. This week we pick a bunch of classics from the fast growing German Army (and side projects) discography, and even get a murky haunted interview with the Army itself. Visit spoolsoutradio.wordpress.com for more information. [Repeated Saturday 12.30am.]
11:00pm - 12:00am
A radiophonic journey through the queer time frame with Ennoia Neoptolomus, which challenges the commercialized, commodified and hyper-objectified view of identity projected by the mainstream (gay and straight) and to transform the way we listen to gender and sexuality. [Repeated Friday 1am.]
1:00am - 2:00am
[Repeated from Wednesday 2pm.] Polemic, politics, mouth jazz and spontaneous music with Ben Watson.
4:00am - 5:00am
[Repeated from Sunday 6.30pm.] Works commissioned by and broadcast at Radiophrenia, the arts radio station broadcasting from Glasgow's Centre for Contemporary Arts in August/September 2016. This week’s featured works are: ‘Arena On Energy On Tape’ by Stuart Gurden, part of a continuing exploration of a ‘distended’ abstraction rooted in everyday activities, it is a drifting, layered composition woven from field recordings, appropriated and altered sounds, discrete performance, and time stolen back from work. Referencing a found motivational tape, and the BBC2 arts strand and it’s Eno title music, the piece is a soup of binaural immediacy, approximate noise, elusive periodicy, and mangled guitar and natural forces, all filtered through saturated tape loops, and a cannibalised Leslie cabinet; ‘The Garden’, an absurdist radiophonic work by Katapulto with narration by Bruce McClure. The vocal delivery refers to popular styles: the new age yoga teacher, the TV nature programme presenter, the narrator of fantastical children stories. The sound sets the tone for the voice, works as an emotional support for the voice but also as a dense and multilayered set, an autonomous character in its own right. Radiophrenia was supported by Creative Scotland.