12:00am - 1:00am
Panix and Ranking Dan from DMWSOUND demonstrate the music that inspires their sound. Genres spanning from Reggae to Modern Bass music. Keep tuned for the classics and fresh new dubs. For more info visit facebook.com/PANIXDMWSOUND/ and see https://www.youtube.com/user/PanixDUB. [Repeated Sunday 2.30am.]
1:00am - 2:30am
[Repeated from Friday 11pm.] 50-50 Soundsystem bring 20 years of DJing experience to Resonance with '60s, '70s and '80s old skool reggae, instrumental dub classics, and original soul breaks, all plucked from the 50-50 vaults.
2:30am - 4:00am
[Repeated from Saturday 12pm.] Upbeat, eclectic live music show hosted by deXter Bentley. This week: a pre-recorded live session and interview with the powerfully cathartic and peerlessly poetic paragon of art-punk, Kristin Hersh (Throwing Muses and 50 Foot Wave). Plus, performing live in the studio, nu-jazz improvisationists Byrne/Hunter Duo (featuring saxophonist Dee Byrne and drummer Johnny Hunter), and neo-classical experimentalist drone from the Bristol based ensemble Dead Space Chamber Music. Visit hellogoodbyeshow.com for more information.
4:00am - 5:00am
[Repeated from Wednesday 3.30pm.] Works commissioned by and broadcast at Radiophrenia, the arts radio station broadcasting from Glasgow's Centre for Contemporary Arts in November 2017. Episode 11. This week’s featured works are: Study for a Data Deficient Species (Grey Ghost Gransmission) by Sally-Ann McIntyre; Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee by Catalina Barroso-Luque and Victoria Chen Wei; Chalybeate (aka The Bees Sleep) by Gobscure with poem by Sean Burn. Radiophrenia was curated by Barry Burns and Mark Vernon and supported by Creative Scotland and Outset. Radiophrenia was curated by Barry Burns and Mark Vernon and supported by Creative Scotland and Outset.
5:00am - 6:00am
[Repeated from Saturday 7pm.] The :zoviet * france: radio show. This week’s edition, Hola weg, features a track from Frédéric Nogray’s new album released by Unfathomless, tracks from new releases by Martin Hoogeboom, and Rouge-ah, all joined in the journey with recordings from Simon Serc, Nunc Stans, Cyclobe, and Saito Koji.
6:00am - 7:00am
[Repeated from Saturday 2.30pm.] Experiments in news and arts with Jude Cowan Montague. This week: Impossible and impossible outcomes. Ann Grim, artist, considers the future. Moving through socio-economic cycles and urban issues she questions where the human heart may take us. Working in Paris and London, Ann's current exhibition of sculpture 'New Beginnings' is at the Granville Gallery in Montparnasse. With live performance art. For more information see thenewsagents.blogspot.com.
8:00am - 9:00am
[Repeated from Thursday 6.30pm.] Debbie Golt takes African music and wider arts and culture as her starting point. This week Debbie welcomes Amira Kheir (and accompanying musicians) back at a pivotal career-point, with the release of her third album, Mystic Dance; and talks to Atongo Zimba ahead of his upcoming Green Note date. Visit outerglobe.co.uk. Tweet to @outerglobe.
9:00am - 10:00am
[Repeated from Thursday 1pm.] A magazine show covering African development issues hosted by Sonny Decker. This week Professor Khabele Matlosa, director, political affairs department, African Union Commission, and Nomfundo Mogapi, executive director, Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation comment on the second edition of the State of Transitional Justice in Africa Continental forum, October 2018. See mixcloud.com/talkingafrica for more Talking Africa shows.
10:00am - 11:00am
[Repeated from Monday 8pm.] The Paradigm Shift. Marianne La Rokk discusses 'Chasing The Dream' with its author Sean Wallace, star of ITV's The Chase and former Mastermind winner - with selections the soundtrack to his life.
11:00am - 11:30am
N.N.D. and guests discuss all aspects of work and workplaces. This week, in a final focus on Black History Month UK 2018, N.N.D. concludes her discussion with Sarah Atayero, mental health practitioner and aspiring psychologist, about the concept of compassion-fatigue, self-care for mental health professionals and the youth. Sarah reads an excerpt from The Colour of Madness. Also, a tribute to Frank Owusu (R.I.P.) by Michael Brown, board member of the African Community Schools. Music by Sounds of Blackness. [Repeated Friday 4.30am.]
11:30am - 12:00pm
[Repeated from Thursday 7.30pm.] A Baedeker tour of international musical curiosities from the 78rpm era with Oliver Carter-Wakefield.
12:00pm - 1:00pm
An hour of contemporary, international folk and acoustic music from London’s go to folk club The Nest Collective, covering the spectrum of 'new folk, old folk and no folk’ sounds, presented by Layla Davis. Listen to all previous shows on Mixcloud. Twitter: @nestfolk, Facebook: thenestcollective. [Repeated Friday 8am.]
1:00pm - 1:30pm
Recipes in sound from Mama Dolores, Mistress of the Deep Soul Kitchen. [Repeated Sunday 3.30am.]
1:30pm - 2:30pm
Laura Pradelska and Lara Fraser share their international cultural interests, stemming from their respective careers as actor and producer as well as their joint DJ career as The Lallas. This week Laura and Lara look at some of their favourite films, books, music and events around London. They chat about the best way to approach the winter season without feeling blue, and play some upbeat tunes. [Repeated Saturday 8.30pm.]
3:00pm - 3:45pm
Carole Finer presents a range of live music guests, ranging from the English modernist avant-garde (she was a member of The Scratch Orchestra) to bluegrass (she is also a keen banjo player), as well as field recordings from her extensive travels round the world. Carole’s guest this week is Oren Marshall, renowned tuba player and teacher. His playing ranges from classical, jazz to improvised and he has played with orchestras, groups and as a soloist. Oren is also the inventor and maker of the Orenophone, a tuba specially adapted for his own needs. They talk about Oren’s latest activities and recordings and hear him play live in the studio. [Repeated Saturday 5am.]
4:00pm - 5:00pm
An anecdotal history of classical music presented by 19 year-old composer and writer Jack Pepper. Today (first broadcast 12 June 2018), Jack explores the composer who used an original piece to convince his in-laws to give their daughter’s hand in marriage, the composer who was locked up with a plate of macaroni by an impresario until he finished an opera, and the musician who travelled to the Middle East in search of a woman said to be the fulfilment of humanity’s destiny. Also featuring today are a heretic choirmaster, a many-named musician and a composer who was almost jailed for eating a swan. Seriously. All episodes can be heard on jackpeppermusician.com. Follow Jack on Twitter @jrapepper and use the hashtag #MusicalMinds. [Repeated Sunday 11am.]
5:00pm - 5:30pm
The OBC Gang. Interviews conducted by young people from The OBC Youth Club, Bermondsey, reflecting their interests, hobbies and experiences of attending the club. Developed over a series of workshops that ran alongside Jerwood Solo Presentations 2018 and Jerwood Staging Series 2018 at Jerwood Space, as part of the Jerwood Visual Arts learning programme, seeking to encourage a consideration of sound as a medium. The series was programmed by Jerwood Charitable Foundation in collaboration with Resonance FM, with sessions led by artists Raju Rage and Erik Lintunen throughout autumn 2018. The project was made possible with support from Jerwood Space. Followed by “What's in a Name" by Frances Davis, exploring themes of personal identity in this newly commissioned work for radio (first broadcast 7 November 2013 as part of Resonance at Void). [Repeated Thursday 3pm.]
5:30pm - 6:00pm
An eco-neutral trawl through the unusual records acquired by various means, including even purchase, during an otherwise mostly virtuous lifetime by Jack Thorington. [Repeated Thursday 7am.]
6:00pm - 6:30pm
An exploration of the sounds and influences of south London music scenes with an emphasis on younger, newer artists. With Walter Lockwood, Theo Murchie and Louis Hudd playing the music that soundtracks their youth. [Repeated Saturday 8pm.]
6:30pm - 7:30pm
LGBT magazine series presented by comedian Rosie Wilby and actress/musician Heather Peace and supported by Diva magazine. This week Rosie and Heather chat to author and academic Kate Devlin about her book Turned On: Science, Sex and Robots. Plus actor, dancer and theatre-maker Peter Groom on one wo(man) cabaret Dietrich: Natural Duty, and Fringe! Film Festival programmer Tara Brown. Follow @radiodiva104_4 on Twitter for more information. [Repeated Sunday 10am.]
7:30pm - 8:00pm
William Hall brings his Dig That Treasure music blog to the radio, presenting forgotten pop music with a focus on obscurities from across the world. This week he is joined by guest Antonis Rousounelos who who brings with him early-20th century pop from his home country, Greece. [Repeated Thursday 3.30am.]
8:00pm - 9:00pm
Smashing Records. Abs Tripp from DASL and Hassan Khan from SELVIS talk about smashing records – not destroying precious vinyl, but how music fires people up to jump higher, ride further and shout louder. This is the first in a series of weekly programmes for Disability History Month featuring live music, interviews, debates and special guests sharing their moving musical stories. [Repeated Wednesday 10am.]
9:00pm - 10:00pm
Ben Noble shares his favourite new music from the UK and around the world, anchored in contemporary jazz. [Repeated Sunday 5am.]