Resonance FM: Everything
Summary: Every single Resonance FM show which has ever been released as a podcast.
Panel Borders: Doctor Who and the Graphic Novels Continuing a month about comic book creators who collaborate together, Alex Fitch looks at Doctor Who comic strips in the 50th anniversary week of the TV show. In a panel discussion recorded at SCI-FI-LONDON, artists Adrian Salmon and Mark Buckingham plus writers Scott Gray and Andrew Cartmel [...]
What makes a 40-year-old man take up bike racing? Jack Thurston talks with Bill Strickland, American cycling journalist, author of a clutch of cycling books including a memoir, Ten Points, which tells of how his quest to make a mark on his local amateur bike racing scene helped him come to terms with his own inner demons caused by the torture he suffered as a child at the hands of an abusive father. Bill also talks about the fallout from the disgrace of Lance Armstrong, the state of doping in today's pro peloton and his #CapsNotHats campaign. Plus Jon Spencer tells of his journey to become a Super Randonneur.
second of a two-part framework:afield produced in scotland by mark vernon and ian middleton. for more information see http://www.meagreresource.com.
Today’s Hello GoodBye features live music from The Bara Bara Band and Pit Ponies plus an interview and pre-recorded live set from Civil Civic. PLAYLIST The Bara Bara Band – Escape Clinch Mountain (LIVE SESSION) The Bara Bara Band – Not The Last Act (LIVE SESSION) The Bara Bara Band – Girl With The Raven [...]
In the middle of possibly the worst week for cycling fatalities in London Mike Cavenett of the London Cycling Campaign talks about what his organisation is doing to change things in the city and how an effective cycling campaign requires a single, simple message clearly and imaginatively presented, mass mobilisation and relentless pressure on political decision-makers
Electric Sheep Magazine podcast: Brian Yuzna and the horror of Society Electric Sheep Magazine assistant editor Alex Fitch talks to film maker Brian Yuzna about his work, from his memorable debut as producer of Stuart Gordon’s Re-animator, his underrated satire of 1980s American preppy culture Society and later career making sequels to such franchises as [...]
Panel Borders: Brighton – The Graphic Novelists Continuing a month of shows looking at comic book creators who collaborate together, Alex Fitch talks to thirteen creators who contributed to Brighton: The Graphic Novel, a new anthology which tells vignettes from Brighton’s history over the last 300 years, published by QueenSpark Books; these include writers and [...]
regular edition featuring g*park, hanetration, simon whetham, tapiwa svosve, daniel barbiero, iadin vautrec, david prescott-steed, and eric boivin.
Kaleidoscopic spoken word from The James Worse Public Address Method on todays Hello GoodBye, featuring LIVE music from The Leonard Cohen plus Yinka and Sabatta. PLAYLIST The Leonard Cohen – In Out (LIVE SESSION) The Leonard Cohen – Whether Man (LIVE SESSION) The Leonard Cohen – Dogs (LIVE SESSION) The Leonard Cohen – Woman At [...]
The Sound Projector Radio Show Friday 8th November 2013 Astma feat. Edgars Rubens, ‘Tickling Valmiera’ From INTONEMA int007 CD (2013) Frank Bretschneider, ‘Machine.Gun’ From Super.Trigger, GERMANY RASTER-NOTON R-N 149 CD (2013) AUF, ‘Doch Du’ From CD, GERMANY GRAUMANN RECORDS GR-002 CD (2013) Barbacana, ‘Animation’ From Barbacana, UK BABEL LABEL BDV13118 CD (2013) Emmanuel Allard, ‘Séance’ […]
Opera singer Richard Scott explores opera through the prism of various themes – politics, power, greed, the abominable, magic, lust, comedy. Today he examines what it’s like being underground, walled-up, buried, laid in earth . . . composers as diverse as Monteverdi, Beethoven, Verdi, Debussy, Birtwistle and The Knife have all sonorously examined the horror [...]
Hub gear manufacturer Sturmey Archer sits in the pantheon of iconic bicycle brands, most famous for its hugely popular three speed hub gears. Tony Hadland tells the intriguing story of the invention of the hub gear, a story of gifted young engineers, canny entrepreneurs in the high tech bicycle boom of the 1890s. Tony Hadland [...]
Panel Borders: Bad Planets and Misguided Islands Starting a month of shows about comic book creators who collaborate together, Alex Fitch talks to two pairs of creators who come from outside the world of comics. In an interview recorded at the MCM Expo, London October 2013, actor turned writer Thomas Jane and illustrator Tim Bradstreet [...]
first of a two-part framework:afield produced in scotland by mark vernon and ian middleton. for more information see http://www.meagreresource.com.
Lene Lovich Band perform live in session on Resonance FM. Listen again: HERE PLAYLIST blurt – Midi dans le Midi Astrakan – Comets and Monsters The James Worse Public Address Method – The Moontangled Fellidary Yinka / Sabatta – I Don’t Exist The Leonard Cohen – In/Out Lene Lovich Band – Angels (LIVE SESSION) Cineplexx [...]