Resonance FM: Everything
Summary: Every single Resonance FM show which has ever been released as a podcast.
50:50 Women are still woefully under-represented in the art world argues Jennifer Thatcher The recent resurgence of feminism has seen the art world again come under scrutiny over inequality. Forty years after the flourishing of the Women’s Liberation Movement, why is there still so far to go? [...]
Chris Mc Cormack, Art Monthly’s Assistant Editor discusses a feature and a review from issue 369 July/August Art Monthly magazine with the authors. Art & Politics Which side is art on ask Dean Kenning and Margareta Kern In the face of government austerity measures which have squeezed [...]
Panel Borders: 100 issues of The Walking Dead Starting a month of shows on horror and fantasy comics, Alex Fitch talks to artist Charlie Adlard about drawing 100 issues of The Walking Dead. Alex and Charlie discuss the various storylines the artist has rendered since 2004, coming up with new character designs for humans and [...]
This is the long awaited and anticipated interview with Robert Piotrowicz, a sound artist, musician and composer from Poland. We finally had a chance to meet and talk in the studio because of his gig at the first edition of Unsound Festival London 2013. We talk about his musical journey two latest releases from 2013 [...]
framework:afield produced in taiwan by wu tsan-cheng. for more information see http://www.soundandtaiwan.com.
The best thing you can do with your tin foil is to fashion for yourself a conical tin foil hat. It is important that you make a cone shape, rather than trying to mould the tin foil into the approximate shape of, say, a Homburg or a trilby or a stovepipe hat. Though the wonder [...]
Live music show with deXter Bentley and crew on Hello GoodBye this Saturday lunchtime. The first of a new series with Skinny Girl Diet (Pop-Punk), Benjamin Folke Thomas (Americana) and Rowan Coupland (Acoustic Pop). PLAYLIST Benjamin Folke Thomas – Extend No Greeting (LIVE SESSION) Benjamin Folke Thomas – Married Blues (LIVE SESSION) Benjamin Folke Thomas [...]
Opera singer Richard Scott explores opera through the prism of various themes – politics, power, greed, the abominable, magic, lust, comedy. Today: Richard looks at how opera has both welcomed and vilified immigrants and those who came from outside. Composer Guy Harries talks about his new opera ‘Two Caravans,’ detailing the exploits of migrant workers [...]
Panel Borders: Nic Roeg and Sandy Lieberson – filmmakers talk comics Concluding a month of shows on the presence of comics in the Victoria and Albert museum, Alex Fitch talks to two filmmakers who are regular attendees at Ian Rakoff’s comic book lectures at the V and A. Acclaimed film director Nic Roeg discusses his [...]
regular edition, featuring tarab, five elements music, julien beau, sebastiane hegarty, emmanuel mieville, and an intro recorded by martin hogg.
Opera singer Richard Scott explores opera through the prism of various themes – politics, power, greed, the abominable, magic, lust, comedy. Today: the inspiration of disease. richardrmscott.tumblr.com Originally broadcast on 26th September 2013
This week sees more dissociative identity disorder. Whilst searching for Bill English jazz drummer, I discovered yet another Bill English or in this case Billy English, also a drummer, who played with Willie Nelson on Across the Borderline. To further confuse matters, Billy turns out to be the same Bill English and is accompanied on [...]
In a talk recorded at Friday Late "Eat, Ride, Sleep, Repeat" held earlier this year at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Jack Thurston tells a secret history of British bicycle cultures, with help from Ruth Beale, Tim Dawson, Guy Andrews and Patrick Field. This is an enhanced podcast with still images accompanying the audio. It might not make as much sense without the images.
The GMA Nominated (and GMA Invited) Team One Life Left is like a finely trained pit crew. We make the short change over between us and Lewis Schaffer sound so smooth that you'd never realise all our tops came off in the transition. Unless Ann mentions it later in the show. We do have a Super-Special Guest in the form of Panic Barn's Tim Constant, who isn't Ed Vaizey or Jason Bradbury. He does have a great game in development called Tiki Taka Soccer which Simon is very much looking forward to being the World Champion of. We also try to find out what he's prepared to do for $20 when we work out what we should have as rewards for Kickstarter projects. What else happened? Duncan Timiney wrote in and incriminated himself for poor (or possibly good) parenting, we finally premiered Cara Ellison's new feature Electric Dreams and Craig 'the Rage' McLelland and Local News made returns. Ste showed how much of a hit he is with the ladies by explaining what happened what he invited Ann round to play some SNES games and we promoted a rival podcast without actually knowing what the rival podcast was. (Note to other podcasts: We are easily confused). Oh! We almost forgot! We announced our event for Nottingham's GameCity. It's called One Death Left and will involve karaoke and murder, as we've worked out all excellent events usually comprise of those two things. It's going to be held on Friday 25th October so keep that night free. Cheerio! Team OLL x Links: https://twitter.com/PanicBarn http://festival.gamecity.org/ Tracklist: 1. Fighting Free - Pixel Police http://chipmusic.org/fighting+free/music/pixel-police 2. Fluid Volt - Amnesiac http://chipmusic.org/fluidvolt/music/amnesiac-snes