12:00am - 1:00am

Diary Of A Squat

[Repeated from Friday 9pm.] Diary of a Squat by Jean Delarue (1989). An audiobook read by Dorothy Spencer and Carl Cattermole. This first episode introduces life at the autonomous homeless squat in Oval, South London. The occupants show strong shoots of community while churches and charities attempt to interfere. 1/5. For free download, photos and more information visit prisonism.co.uk/#diary.

1:00am - 2:30am

Adventures in Sound and Music

[Repeated from Thursday 9pm.] New music with The Wire magazine. Visit thewire.co.uk for more information. Contact theconduit@thewire.co.uk.

2:30am - 3:30am

The Rob Simone Talk Show

[Repeated from Wednesday 9am.] Interviews with a wide range of alternative thinkers by the Los Angeles-based investigator of anomalous phenomena. Visit robsimone.com/ for more information.

3:30am - 4:30am

Sleeping Dogs Lie

Ambient music selected by Miguel Santos to help night owls relax. [Repeated Monday 1am.]

4:30am - 5:00am

Kitchen Magic Time

[Repeated from Tuesday 10.30pm.] Recipes in sound from Mama Dolores, Mistress of the Deep Soul Kitchen.

5:00am - 6:00am

Make Your Own Damn Music

[Repeated from Tuesday 9pm.] 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’.

6:00am - 8:00am

Sound System Sisters Paying Tribute To Ranking Miss P

[Repeated from Thursday 4.30pm.] A special broadcast as part of Tribute to Dread Broadcasting Corporation, produced by the Museum of London for Culture Mile Nights 2019 (supported using public funding by Arts Council England). Zoë Baxter (DJ Lucky Cat) hosts a two hour special on the influential broadcaster Ranking Miss P, joined by sound system duo June & Lynda from Nzinga Soundz, Donna Halley-Moore (Sista Culcha) and Debbie Golt from Sisters of Reggae and Outerglobe. They share memories and music covering the career of Miss P and reflect on today's radio landscape. Plus an interview with Miss P's daughter, Collette Jones (DJ Xcel).

8:00am - 9:00am

Oto Radio

[Repeated from Monday 11pm.] Abby Thomas and Fielding Hope of Cafe OTO explore forthcoming and recent concerts at London's foremost new music venue and play selections from the Cafe OTO archive. This month: friend and Les Ateliers Claus' artistic director Tommy De Nys takes a turn on the Takuroku catalogue, mixing an hour of new music made in lockdown from our international roster. Includes music from experimentalists Floris Vanhoof, Juliet Fraser, Victor Herrero, Cam Deas, OLAibi, Anthony Laguerre & Jérôme Noetinger, Kanako Horiuchi and Xenia Pestova Bennett.

9:00am - 9:40am

True Currency

[Repeated from Wednesday 9.30pm.] Artists Ruth Beale and Amy Feneck (The Alternative School of Economics) host True Currency: About Feminist Economics. They speak to academic researchers, policy experts, community leaders and activists, to explore financial inequality, feminism, intersectionality, labour exploitation, unpaid work, care, unionisation and reproductive labour. This week: If Women Counted. The series begins by asking "What is feminist economics? How are women part of, and excluded from, the economy?", and starts to unpack the issues around work, care and parenthood. 1/6. Produced by Lucia Scazzocchio from Social Broadcasts, commissioned by Gasworks.

9:40am - 10:00am

New Works For Radio

[Repeated from Wednesday 10.10pm.] A longish solo guitar improvisation by Tom Besley to mark Resonance FM's 18th birthday; and Bronac Ferran's short "On Not Making Conversations," same vintage. First broadcast 1 May 2020.

10:00am - 11:00am

Out in South London

[Repeated from Tuesday 6.30pm.] 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. 

12:00pm - 1:30pm

Arty Facts New Music Review ShowHighlight

Master J with a showcase of songs from all over the world. This week: Master J is joined by West End musical actor Karen Holmes and actor/comedian Jason Kavan. They will review and give marks out of ten to new songs they’ve never heard before – and then from memory attempt to perform the ‘winning’ song live. The show will freely span through any and all genres of music. There will be laughs, and in all likelihood a somewhat chaotic end. To get an original song of your own on the show, email Master J at theartyfacts@hotmail.com.  [Repeated Friday 1.30am.]

1:30pm - 2:00pm

East London With Charles Saumarez Smith

Former Director of the Royal Academy and enthusiastic East London resident Charles Saumurez Smith joins friends and fellow east Londoners in a series of wide ranging discussions on the past present and future of Spitalfields, Bow, Limehouse and The Isle of Dogs. This week: Stepney and Bow with artist Yinka Shonibare; milliner Katharine Goodison and Observer architecture critic Rowan Moore. First broadcast May 2017. [Repeats Monday 6.30pm.]

2:00pm - 3:00pm

Calling All Pensioners

[Repeated from Monday 1pm.] Magazine programme with Tim Hamilton, addressing issues which affect pensioners across London. This week: Bridgit Sam-Bailey of Lewisham Pensioners Forum highlights their campaign to keep three older people's day care centres functioning. Bridgit calls for you to get your concerns heard and aided by joining a pensioners' group to make that collective voice stronger in putting pressure on the government to provide services and support. Also, details of the most recent Lewisham Pensioners’ Day with its theme of celebrating diversity. First broadcast 16 September 2019. Produced by Deptford Action Group for the Elderly

3:00pm - 4:00pm

Musicians NotedHighlight

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. This week: in conjunction with Dhruv Arts’ Talk Desk, Musicians Noted features an international cast of creatives discussing the closure of music venues and how to survive in the digital world. On the panel are LIAF founder, composer, and carnatic violinist Dr. Jyotsna Srikanth (India), Joonas Widenius (Finland), Justyna Jablonska (Poland/Scotland), Dilen Magan (Portugal), Antonella Usai (Italy), and moderator DJ Ritu (AWIL – UK). [Repeats Tuesday 1pm.]

4:00pm - 4:30pm

Homes Of Tomorrow

A four part sonic exploration by James Torrance of Modernist architect Ernö Goldfinger’s utopian drive to build for a better world. Featuring architects, historians, artists, and residents of his social housing schemes, the series examines themes of landscape, community, architectural legacy and the modern home. First broadcast September 2013. [Repeats Wednesday 1.30pm.]

4:30pm - 5:00pm

Foot And Mouth

A psychogeophonic survey of the borough of Hackney by Nick Hamilton, inspired by and featuring Iain Sinclair. First broadcast March 2009. [Repeats Wednesday 7.30pm.]

5:00pm - 6:00pm

How To Write A Song

[Repeated from Wednesday 12 noon.] New series! Host James Hodder explores how to write a song. This week: The Truth About 3 Chords. 1/5.

6:00pm - 7:00pm

2020 Visions

First broadcast August 2010 and repeated now to see how it stands up. Rys Farthing and Biz Biswas speculate on politics and culture circa 2020. This week: poverty, inequality and the future of the British welfare state. Speaking to the leading figures in the poverty sector, we explore what may happen to incomes, public services and social justice for the poorest over the next decade. Guests include the author of The Spirit Level Professor Richard Wilkinson; Labour MP for Stretford and Urmston and former Chief Executive of the Child Poverty Action Group, Kate Green; Professor Danny Dorling of the University of Sheffield; Dr Madsen Pirie, founder of the Adam Smith Institute; author of Poverty, Professor Ruth Lister; Tom MacInnes of the New Policy Institute and Matthew Sinclair of the TaxPayers' Alliance. 2 of 6. [Repeats Wednesday 4pm.]

7:00pm - 12:00am

Radia ReduxHighlight

A nine part retrospective of the first five seasons of the Radia network’s epochal (and on-going) radio art series. Assembled by Lee Stapleford. Today: Season 2, part 1, comprising Show 011: 24 hours as a slice of the East End by Dan Beban and Martin Williams; Show 012: Radio Cult; Show 013: Exotic Jam – are you Hungary?; Show 014: Martiensgohome pour Radia; Show 015: and The Sink of the World by the BzapCatrap team at Riist. [Repeated Wednesday 1.30am.]

12:00am - 1:00am

Flowers In The Dustbin

[Repeated from Saturday 11pm.] A shamelessly retro journey through punk and reggae, Johnny Seven ransacks his dustbin to retrieve the incendiary recordings that inspired a generation of outcasts and ne'er-do-wells. This week: Episode 2. Part 1 first broadcast 24 June 2011. Part 2 first broadcast 1 July 2011. Email pulltheplugseven@gmail.com. Visit facebook.com/pulltheplugresonancefm.