1:30am - 3:00am
[Repeated from Saturday 12pm.] A grab bag of music from all corners of the earth and a modest exercise in aesthetic hospitality, selected by Ed Baxter. 1 of 5.
3:00am - 5:00am
[Repeated from Saturday 8.30pm.] A holiday selection of classic broadcasts by 50-50 Soundsystem, bringing over 20 years of DJing experience to Resonance with 60's, 70's & 80's old skool reggae, instrumental dub classics, and original soul breaks.
5:00am - 6:00am
[Repeated from Saturday 7pm.] The :zoviet * france: radio show. This week: Mirror Signal Manoeuvre. This edition features Venetian fountains and a language only spoken by 1,020 people, with new releases from Marc Behrens, S. Grey, and Pablo Diserens. Manoeuvred amongst those are recordings by Taylor Deupree, John Wynne, Mig Inc, Rehberg & Bauer, Dead Fader, and Nhung Nguyen.
6:00am - 7:00am
[Repeated from Saturday 2.30pm.] Experiments in news and arts with Jude Cowan Montague. This week: foraging and nature. Lucy Lepchani, poet, dyer and keen naturalist, and Sophie Meekings, outdoor educator, discuss how they experience and interact with the wilderness around us at this time of social distancing when many people are deepening their relationship with the natural environment. For more information see thenewsagents.blogspot.co.uk.
7:00am - 8:00am
[Repeated from Tuesday 12pm.] Ghostwriter and critic Ben Thompson presents a DFS Algonquin Table for the post-thought era. This week: in this sound-rich but music-free interview recorded on No Music Day 2007, KLF mainstay, art Luddite and erstwhile Bunnymen manager Bill Drummond responds to spoken word stimuli from Douglas Bader to Quentin Crisp. First broadcast 21 November 2007. For further information visit @btfoshizzle on Twitter and find playlists at Ben Thompson's Facebook page.
8:00am - 9:00am
[Repeated from Wednesday 9am.] This week: The late actor Jeff Conaway, known for his roles in Grease, Taxi and Man on the Moon, discusses show business, his beliefs in UFOs, and the meaning of heaven and hell. First broadcast 5 April 2011. Visit robsimone.com for more information.
9:00am - 10:00am
[Repeated from Thursday 1pm.] A magazine show covering African development issues hosted by Sonny Decker. This week: What is Justice; what does it mean to the ordinary person in particular? Professor Tim Murithi, head of the peacebuilding programme at the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation in South Africa explains in conversation with Sonny. See mixcloud.com/talkingafrica for more Talking Africa shows.
10:00am - 11:00am
The London Improvisers Orchestra was 20 years old in 2018. To mark this anniversary, LIO member and conductor Caroline Kraabel spoke to people who improvise in music, visual art, dance, politics and religion, as well as in life. First broadcast September 2018. Next episode same time tomorrow.
11:00am - 11:30am
A move the dial mini-series discussion exploring thought-provoking art and the real work of art – to elevate consciousness. In this series, art historian Alice Procter examines U.S. artist Kara Walker’s Tate Modern Hyundai Commission 2019, Fons Americanus. This week, we meet Alice, who provides an overview of the piece. Part 1 of 5. Produced and presented by NND. [Repeated Friday 4.30am.]
11:30am - 12:00pm
A series created by Meet Me at the Albany members, artists and collaborators. This week: Meet Me members Ron and Ros introduce the very first radio show recorded from their homes during lockdown. Musician Rachel Bennett shares the story behind the famous Meet Me choir; Albany gardener David Dandridge takes listeners on a walk through the Albany garden; and Soundcamp artist Hannah Kemp-Welch invites listeners to make a bird feeder using ingredients found in their homes. Dedicated to Jacquie Channing-Hamon. Presented by Ron Savill and Rosaline Muirhead. Produced by Hannah Kemp-Welch and Grant Smith. A co-production by the Albany and Entelechy Arts with Soundcamp. First broadcast 5 May 2020. [Repeated Thursday 7.30pm.]
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Special holiday programming as Ben Watson – MC of Late Lunch with Out To Lunch – presents three broadcasts throwing the spotlight on Exceptional Voices. The first concerns Lugee Alfredo Giovanni Sacco, better known as Lou Christie, famous for hits "The Gypsy Cried" and "Lightnin' Strikes", and an incredible falsetto. [Repeats Friday 8am.]
1:00pm - 2:00pm
[Repeated from Sunday 3pm.] Musicians talk via Zoom about the high and low notes of being music makers in today’s world, sharing thoughts about creativity, tech, tips, and live-streaming strategies. This discussion programme is brought to you by culture-connecting series, A World in London. Today: In conjunction with Dhruv Arts’ Talk Desk, this first edition of Musicians Noted features a recorded discussion between string players about how they’ve been affected by the pandemic. On the panel are London International Arts Festival (LIAF) founder, composer, and Carnatic violinist, Dr. Jyotsna Srikanth (India); Dr. Alice Barron - iYatraQuartet (UK); Amelia Conway-Jones (UK); Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer (UK). Moderator: DJ Ritu (AWIL – UK).
2:00pm - 3:00pm
This Black Lives Matter Song Cycle was composed and performed by Art Terry with JT Taylor on percussion, recorded live at the Preservation Room on 21 June 2020. [Repeats Friday 11pm.]
3:00pm - 3:45pm
Storytelling, poetry, and sonic effects combine in this atmospheric audio drama by Sarah Blake. The mysterious goddess of the Thames rises up to reveal the fates of some of the objects that have been lost – or deliberately thrown – into her waters over the centuries. For more information visit soundscurious.net. [Repeated Thursday 6am.]
5:00pm - 6:00pm
A holiday repeat of select episodes of our 2017 bilingual programme (English & Spanish) presented by critic and producer Javier Chandía which covers Latin American music from its roots to the avant-garde. [Repeats Friday 7am.]
6:00pm - 6:30pm
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 accompaniment by The Relatives. Visit lewisschaffer.co.uk/radio for more information. [Repeated from Saturday 9.30am.]
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Award-winning LGBTQI magazine show created by comedian Rosie Wilby and hosted by Stewart Who and Sophia Blackwell. This week: Sophia talks to Polari Prize founder Paul Burston and two of the 2020 judges, Keith Jarrett and Cerys Evans. Plus, an interview with artist Andrew Logan and a brand new track from musician Tom Heath. Follow @outsthlondon for more info. [Repeated Sunday 10am.]
7:30pm - 8:00pm
[Repeated from Saturday 3.30pm.] Sharon Gal's polymorphic portrait of "Babylondon," journeying across the city and sharing with guests their favourite locations and sounds. First broadcast August 2016.
9:00pm - 10:00pm
Artworld shenanigans with Bob and Roberta Smith OBE. This week: an in depth interview with 'Texas Brielle,’ self-styled relationship therapist. Brielle's 'two tip Tuesdays’ have been supporting Texans throughout the Covid crisis with her hard boiled, no nonsense advice. Bob also talks to Brielle’s life partner, comedian Ashley Voorsanger, about the troubles of comedians during this time. The Apathy Band drop in to sample Brielle and embed her advice in their ramshackle sound. And Bob and Roberta Smith reads from ‘You are an Artist’. [Repeated Sunday 5am.]
10:00pm - 10:30pm
A weekly show dedicated to the phenomenon that is K-pop! Korean presenter Keissi takes you on a journey through different times in a context of K-pop - Korean pop music for those not up to speed - from the 1990s to the present day. For more information visit K-Pop Journey on Facebook. [Repeated Thursday 4pm.]
10:30pm - 11:00pm
Recipes in sound from Mama Dolores, Mistress of the Deep Soul Kitchen. [Repeated Sunday 4.30am.]
11:00pm - 12:00am
Cathi Unsworth presents a four-part investigation into the works of the writer seen by many as the Godfather of British Noir, Derek Raymond. Episode 1: 'The Crust on its Uppers,' originally published in 1962 under his real name, Robin Cook, at a time when Raymond was involved in London’s criminal underworld. As well as providing a vivid insight into the world of Kings’ Road grafters, the book came complete with a dictionary of criminal argot. Cathi discusses the book with author Max Décharné, whose 'Straight From The Fridge Dad' and 'King’s Road' have made him an authority on both the language and location of Raymond’s book. First broadcast 2007. [Repeats Friday 5am.]