12:00am - 1:00am
[Repeated from Wednesday 9.30pm.] The Earl of Killorglin and Andrew Scott-Bolton of Club Integral - London's long-running "home to the uncategorisable" - preview its upcoming concerts in London.
1:00am - 2:00am
[Repeated from Sunday Noon.] Last in the current series of music and madness from the marvellous master of mirth, mimicry and something else beginning with M. Listen in wonder as we bring you silly sketches and top tunes in this, the year of the cagoule. So sit back, relax, pull your chair up to the ceiling and let John and his cast of 48,000 do the rest. It’s a gas!
2:30am - 3:30am
[Repeated from Wednesday 5.30pm.] The art of the contemporary graphic novel and strip cartoon, with Alex Fitch. This month: Pride in Comics. Alex talks to a pair of zine creators turned graphic novelists about their work on gender and sexuality. Eleanor Crewes discusses her forthcoming book The Times I Knew I Was Gay, an autobiographical title which dramatises her experiences of coming out, and Dr. Meg-John Barker explores writing their non-fiction books Queer: A Graphic History, and Gender: A Graphic Guide. Visit panelborders.wordpress.com for more information.
3:30am - 4:00am
[Repeated from Wednesday 1.30pm.] Introduced by bass player and storyteller LM Dubz, and produced by people with learning disabilities at the Gate Arts Centre, Gate Kicks covers art, music, dance, film, theatre and offers a hub where this truly underground art scene is exposed to a larger audience.
4:00am - 4:30am
[Repeated from Wednesday 3pm.] Recorded by Heiko Khoo, The Speakers’ Corner show goes to the heart of political, social and cultural issues of the day. It features Speakers’ Corner regulars, special reports and interviews, and observes at the life and times of the world’s oldest and most famous platform for free speech.
4:30am - 5:00am
[Repeated from Tuesday 11am.] NND and guests discuss all aspects of work and workplaces. This week: In Employment Law Update (Summer 2020), NND hears from Tessa Fry employment solicitor at Grower Freeman about legislative changes to take effect in the UK from 1 July 2020 regarding the furlough scheme (including measures to combat furlough fraud), the Self-employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS), returning to work and non-coronavirus related matters. Continue the #workplacennd discussion on Twitter with @workplacennd.
5:00am - 6:00am
[Repeated from Saturday 3.30pm.] A collective of DJs and artists explores a selected theme each week through music and conversation. This week’s theme: Rubber. Listen to archived shows on Mixcloud. For more information visit Twitter @synaptic_island, Instagram @synapticisland and synapticisland.com
6:00am - 7:00am
[Repeated from Monday 5pm.] Embark on a journey with the Spencer family as they go on a musical holiday to all four corners of the world.
7:00am - 8:00am
[Repeated from Thursday 4.30pm.] Composer Benjamin Tassie dives into the worlds of contemporary Baroque and Renaissance musicians and their obscure instruments. This week: music by Edmund Finnis, Isang Yun, Dobrinka Tabakova and others. Plus, Benjamin’s guest is the harpsichordist and contemporary music specialist, Goska Isphording. For more information visit benjamintassie.com.
9:00am - 10:00am
Global environmental news with Alex Smith. This week: America enters uncharted territory for pandemics, especially in the South, where it’s very hot, well over 100 degrees F, 38 C. An unusual dust storm from the Sahara may cool things down a bit, but adds more respiratory problems to millions of lungs already in danger from Covid-19. In a Woods Hole seminar last week, American scientist Zach Zobel projected the U.S. southern states will go well beyond the zone where humans can survive outside. No problem: everyone goes inside with air-conditioning - as long as the grid stays up. If the power goes out for more than a week or so, millions could flee north. That’s because more than a billion humans are already on the ventilator, breathing machine-driven air. As we’ll discover in the next three interviews, that isn’t sustainable, and only make the world hotter and hotter. This is a best of Radio Ecoshock replay: heading for air-conditioned hell. Visit ecoshock.org/ for more information. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. [Repeated Monday 6am.]
10:00am - 11:00am
[Repeated from Thursday 8pm.] An Ode To An Object: the third in an occasional series of poetic explorations of everyday objects, listening out for the unsung, untold story. Phoebe McIndoe and Emily Naylor explore these objects through a mixture of found-sound, soundscaping, poetry, and narrative. This episode looks at the teapot. We explore the teapot's surprisingly versatile uses, its place in British society, and delve into poems and films which feature them. Follow us on Mixcloud or email email@example.com.
11:00am - 12:00pm
A weekly show hosted by urbanist Donald Hyslop. This week Donald talks to Adrian Ellis from AEA Consulting and founder of the Global Cultural Districts Network about growing up in Wales, early jazz influences, and his life in creative and cultural districts across the world. [Repeats Wednesday 7am.]
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Opera singer Richard Scott explores opera through the prism of various themes. Today: Poulenc's cheeky, jazzy and sublimely beautiful art songs and ballet music. Called a half-monk, half-delinquent by critics, Poulenc was as religious as he was a party animal; and he was the first openly gay opera composer. Special guest: Matthew Swann, Chief Executive of The City of London Sinfonia. First broadcast 28 March 2013. [Repeated Saturday 1.30am.]
2:00pm - 2:30pm
[Repeated from Tuesday 6pm.] An exploration of the sounds and influences of south London music scenes with an emphasis on younger, newer artists. With Walter Lockwood playing the music that soundtracks his youth.
2:30pm - 3:30pm
A programme of multiple agendas presented by William English. This week: legendary tape recordist, lyricist and cartoonist Dennis Greenidge features in a Wavelength special, part of a mini-series produced by William English and Chris Weaver. A cheerful and creative artist, Greenidge is well-known to the book and music shops of Notting Hill, selling his artwork of imaginary video game characters sketched in crayon on sheets of A4. He gained a cult following on the net and a CD compilation of his songs, 'Giant Man, Giant Plan,' appeared in 2007. This is thought to be his only radio interview to date. First broadcast 19 July 2013. [Repeated Monday 5am.]
3:30pm - 4:00pm
Today: Magneto Mori Kilfinane by Mark Vernon. First broadcast 1 May 2020.
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Tim McArthur, Nathan Matthews and guests discuss London's vibrant theatre scene. Today: Director Hannah Chissick discusses the impact Coronavirus has had on her work, and what she’s doing to prepare for life after lockdown. Visit thecurtainupshow.com for more information. In association with TodayTix. [Repeated Sunday 9am.]
5:00pm - 5:30pm
Up-to-date information for Southwark residents regarding Covid-19. Today: Danielle Gregory from Tower Block UK updates us on fire safety in residential tower blocks. Produced by Southwark Group of Tenant Organisations (SGTO) with and on behalf of the Southwark Tenants Movement. Get involved and get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0207 639 6718. [Repeats Monday 11.30am.]
5:30pm - 7:00pm
A showcase for records of contemporary experimental and underground music, hosted by Ed Pinsent. Tonight: we showcase four American musician-singer-songwriters, all masters of avant-pop music. They are R. Stevie Moore, Peter Ivers, Mark Tucker, and Bob Drake. Ed Pinsent presents and briefly discusses the work of these unrelated geniuses, drawing on Moore's early cassettes, the Ivers compilation Becoming Peter Ivers, the Tucker LP, In The Sack, and Little Black Train by Drake. Visit thesoundprojector.com/radio-show/ for more information. [Repeated Wednesday 1am.]
7:00pm - 8:00pm
A talk show dedicated to films and television shows, presented by Marcus Ako, Laura Sampson and David Campbell. This week: Marcus shoots the breeze with writer/director Alasdair Mackay about his new film Anonymous, which looks at addiction recovery. The gang also chat to friend of the show and one of the most prolific filmmakers in the UK, Tom Paton, about the VR Premiere of The Ascent and his latest film G-Loc, staring Stephen Moyer and John Rhys-Davies. #Top5Favourites segment this week: Action Films revisited. Visit STB's Facebook page for more information and send them a tweet @STB_ResonanceFM. [Repeated Wednesday 6am.]
8:00pm - 9:00pm
Paul Hood broadcasts monthly on the first Friday of each month at 8pm, drawing on four decades of playing in and around the areas of post-punk, indie rock and free improvisation. [Repeats Monday 10am.]
9:00pm - 10:00pm
Joe Cushley explores 13 Bar Blues and Twisted Roots music from around the globe. From the the 1920s to the present day, from the barrel-house to the arthouse via the bedsit, from Mali to Mississippi to the Mekong via New Malden - every culture has its blues. For more information visit Balling The Jack on Facebook. E-mail email@example.com. [Repeated Wednesday 8am.]
10:00pm - 11:00pm
Hosted by Johny Brown and Inga Tillere of Band Of Holy Joy. This week: Backstage Gurus take us on an esoteric journey somewhere between the Mediterranean terraces and the planetary stars of space. For more information visit badpunkradio.tumblr.com, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. [Repeated Monday 3am.]
11:00pm - 12:30am
A listener contacted us and asked that we please dedicate some sonic art/music to his cousin, enduring his 49th birthday locked-down in Thamesmead, separated from his partner and children and far from his home in Australia. Because we can, here is a more or less instant response to his request, dedicated to all who are far from home. Featuring the sounds of Richard and Linda Thompson, Hollis Taylor and Jon Rose, Ngoc Dai, Slamet Gundono, The Red Crayola, Percy Grainger, Kong Nay, Abdurehim Heyit, Ross Bolleter, Zoo, Antara Dapur and Lingkungannya, Nursalim Yadi Anugerah, and Phil Ochs.