12:00am - 1:00am
[Repeated from Friday 1.30am.] Ambient music selected by Miguel Santos to help night owls relax and canines carry on slumbering.
1:00am - 2:00am
[Repeated from Saturday 6am.] Interviews with a wide range of alternative thinkers by the Los Angeles-based investigator of anomalous phenomena.This week: author and historian Howard Bloom explores the underpinnings responsible for the cultural revolution of the 1960s and '70s. Visit robsimone.com/ for more information.
2:00am - 4:00am
A fortnightly conceptual radio show by SJ Wilson - all vinyl, all 33rpm. But all the vinyl is 45rpm techno (or otherwise) played at the slower speed setting. From pounding, pulsating techno jams to slow, chuggy, mesmerising soundscapes designed for the early hours of the morning...
4:00am - 5:00am
[Repeated from Tuesday 4pm.] 18 year-old composer and writer Jack Pepper explores weird and wonderful stories of classical musicians. Today Jack explores a composer arrested for their arrangement of a national anthem, a piano teacher who insisted on drinking champagne throughout every lesson, and a composer who drank 30 cups of coffee each day. All episodes can be heard onwww.jackpeppermusician.com. Follow Jack on Twitter @jrapepper and use the hashtag #MusicalMinds.
6:00am - 7:00am
[Repeated from Friday 10am.] Global environmental news with Alex Smith. This week: Hail Mary to Save the Climate? Can we really power civilization with just hydro, solar and wind power? Scientist Ken Caldeira says almost, but not quite, in a new study. But we've already dumped too many greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. From the UK, scientist David Beerling explains a big new solution: laying down carbon-grabbing rock as fertilizer in the world's fields. James Hansen is a co-author. Environmental journalist Stephen Leahy reports the good and bad news as cities lead the way. Visit ecoshock.org/ for more information. Contact email@example.com.
7:00am - 8:00am
[Repeated from Saturday 2.30pm.] Experiments in news and arts with Jude Cowan Montague. This week songwriter Eugene Coyne sings and plays songs with special focus on animal stories and building myth in South London domesticity on his album ‘Castle Coyne’. Plus dogs, birds, cats and genetic anomalies the latest creatures from Reuters news stories to venture into the world. For more information see thenewsagents.blogspot.com.
8:00am - 9:00am
[Repeated from Wednesday 6.30pm.] DJ Ritu presents the UK’s definitive global music show from London. This week: London’s premier Nepalese band, Namlo, return to AWIL with special guest singer Jhuma Limbu from Kathmandu. Catch them in concert at Thameside Theatre, Grays, 15 March and at Balabam, North London, on 16 March.
10:00am - 11:00am
[Repeated from Friday 8pm.] Jude Cowan Montague presents a tribute to the late Danny Pockets who has died of cancer. Danny "Duke" Pockets, artist, filmmaker, storyteller, curator and man-about-town. Jude and fellow artists pay tribute to the man and his work, including his haunting paintings which document the disappearing typology of our streets and the music venues we are losing from our city streets. From London to St Leonards-on-Sea, he has been painting architecture, shopfronts, boats and moments with texture and carefully applied intuition. His exhibition ‘Houses of the Holy’ opens on Monday 19 March at the Royal Albert Hall and runs during the week of Teenage Cancer Trust.
11:00am - 12:00pm
A talk show about ideas and culture, produced and presented by Neil Denny. Each show features guests from the worlds of science or the arts in conversation. This week: novelist Cathi Unsworth on her latest book, ‘That Old Black Magic’. Cathi began a career in journalism at nineteen on the music weekly Sounds and has since worked for music, arts, film and lifestyle journals. She is the author of five previous novels: ‘Weirdo’, ‘The Not Knowing’, ‘The Singer’, ‘Bad Penny Blues’ and ‘Without the Moon’. She also edited the award-winning compendium, ‘London Noir’. Visit littleatoms.com for more information. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. [Repeated Saturday 9am.]
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: reaction from the National Pensioners Convention on the Spring Statement’s silence over the social care crisis; on Jeremy Paxman’s suggestion over 65s should lose the vote; on an ex-minister’s suggestion that older people should fund their own social care; and on the need for genuinely affordable homes for an ageing population. Produced by Deptford Action Group for the Elderly. [Repeated Sunday 2pm.]
2:00pm - 3:00pm
[Repeated from Friday 7pm.] A talk programme dedicated to films and television shows, presented by Marcus Ako and Laura Sampson. This week: Special guest is Ashanti Omkar, host of The Ashanti Omkar Radio show on BBC Asian Network. They talk latest film news, Netflix and Amazon recommendations and the main discussion this week is Top 5 favourite Bollywood films. Visit Facebook page for more information and send them a tweet @STB_ResonanceFM.
3:00pm - 4:00pm
[Repeated from Friday 2:30pm.] A programme of multiple agendas presented by William English. This week: text-sound compositions from Rune Lindblad, Tamas Ungvary and others from Fylkingen Records. Home Recordings 1969 by Charles Bukowski. Any Resemblance by Charles Dodge. Excerpts from Driving Back by Juan Cruz. Slowly Beaten Time by Trio Nerveux.
4:00pm - 5:00pm
A monthly discussion show about the social and political issues around the arts, with guest host Tom Overton while Juliet Jacques is away. This month's show commemorates the life and work of the writer and translator Anya Berger (1923 - 2018) with a conversation about literary translation into English with Jen Calleja, Translator-in-Residence at the British Library, and Esther Leslie, Professor of Political Aesthetics at Birkbeck, University of London. See @suite_212 on Twitter for more information. [Repeated Wednesday 7am.]
5:00pm - 5:30pm
[Repeated from Wednesday 9pm.] Fari Bradley focuses on choice contemporary Middle Eastern, North African and South Asian sound, art and culture. This week: Persian New Year is the Spring Equinox, marking the end of winter. Fari marks it with sounds of Iran and elsewhere in a special mix. Visit sixpillars.org for more information.
5:30pm - 6:30pm
Mark Aitken examines the relationship between photography and sound. Today we’re in the company of Edmund Clark whose work links history, politics and representation. A recurring theme is engaging with state censorship to explore hidden experiences and processes of control and incarceration in the ‘Global War on Terror’. With ‘punishing’ sounds from Don McLean, Neil Diamond, Sesame Street and Guantanamo Bay. Past editions of the show are here. [Repeated Wednesday 6am.]
6:30pm - 7:00pm
A programme for the American community in Nunhead, south east London, presented by New York comic Lewis Schaffer and co-hosted by American economist Lisa Moyle, with musical accompanied by The Relatives. This week's guests are Nunhead artist and Virginian slash Tennessean Nikki Kvarnes - and from New York , Karen Solomon, co-host Lisa's aunt. [Repeated Saturday 5.30am.]
7:00pm - 8:00pm
An hour-long celebration of everything that's great about videogames. Hosted by Ste Curran, Simon Byron and Ann Scantlebury, the show features the latest news, reviews and gossip from the world of gaming, usually with a studio guest. You don't need to be a gaming expert to appreciate the show - One Life Left offers something for everyone, whether you are a hardcore League of Legends player or someone who's occasionally loaded up Candy Crush. Visit onelifeleft.com for more information. [Repeated Saturday 10am.]
8:00pm - 9:00pm
Five young creatives from across England talk about their film-making experiences, ahead of the upcoming Playback Festival 2018 at the ICA, a screening 300 short films made in the last three years as a part of the Random Acts scheme. Featuring contributions from Dan Guthrie, Pippa Young, Hettie Holman, Milo Singer-Kingsmith and Natalie Wardle. Playback Festival 2018 runs from 21 to 25 March, is free to enter and features 25 workshops open to filmmakers and film fanatics alike. Visit the ICA website to find out more. [Repeated Tuesday 10am.]
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. Master Engineer: Chris Dixon. [Repeated Wednesday 9am.]
10:00pm - 11:00pm
Polifony, with Kristopher Winter, is a monthly programme dedicated to the exploration of Eastern European culture, showcasing a selection of recordings from Slavic roots, old time music, folk, electro-acoustic, sound designed literature readings, soundscapes, experimental, electronic, yass, film soundtracks, classical, contemporary to avant-garde music from Poland and all points East. [Repeated Friday 5am.]
11:00pm - 12:00am
[Repeated from Friday 12noon.] Every kind of music from Krautrock, 60’s psych and crime-jazz to baile-funk, progressive rock, blaxploitation soundtracks, no-wave disco, ghetto-tech and free noise with Anthony Chalmers, promoter of Baba Yaga's Hut. For more information visit Baba Yaga's Hut Facebook page.
12:00am - 1:00am
Presented and mixed by DJ BPM, showcasing Grime classics, unreleased promos and new releases. This week's show features new releases from Grime Disciple, Spooky Bizzle, Pakin, Slew Dem Mafia, Kraze, more of the Battle of Bass remixes, unreleased dubs from Ca$tle, JT the Goon, Abstract Talent, Deadly Danjah, JakeBob, Capo Lee, Silencer. Battle With Bass Remix EP is available for ‘name your own price’ DL on Bandcamp, all donations go to Resonance. [Repeated Sunday 5am.]