Resonance FM: Everything
Summary: Every single Resonance FM show which has ever been released as a podcast.
Panel Borders: Sussex to South Asia and stops in-between Continuing a month of shows about travel in comic books and graphic novels, this week’s Panel Borders looks at the work of two young graphic novelists whose work is published by Jonathan Cape. Alex Fitch talks to Julian Hanshaw about his new collection of short stories, [...]
“With an extreme rigour evocative of Pol Pot’s visions of the same period for the future of Year Zero Cambodia, Otto Muehl, one of the Vienna Actionists, demanded the eradication of all books, languages, art works, music and factories; the famines that will result from these systematic destructions are to be welcomed (human bodies can [...]
Letter from Niki de St. Phalle to Pontus Hulten: “In 1961 I shot at canvases because shooting allowed me to express the aggression that I felt. An assassination without a victim. I shot because I liked seeing the canvas bleed and die. I shot to reach that magical instant, that ecstasy. It was a moment [...]
In this episode of Polish Deli Kacper Ziemiani talks to Martyna Poznanska, a sound artist from Poland. We discuss Martyna’s music, Polish music scene, Martyna’s recent works and plans for future, field recordings etc… Language: English To listen to Martyn’s music go to: http://martinska.bandcamp.com/album/hoarse-whisper-2
Opera singer Richard Scott explores opera through the prism of various themes – politics, power, greed, the abominable, magic, lust, comedy. This weeks opera hour looks at when poetry and opera collide. We’ll be asking the question, what happens when a composer commissions a poet to write their libretto? And we’ll be hearing some of [...]
I’m ready for my close-up special: London Film Festival 2012 review part 2 In the second of two special hour long editions of I’m ready for my close-up, celebrating the 56th BFI London Film Festival, Alex Fitch talks to film critic Sarah Cronin about films they’ve seen at this year’s LFF. Films reviewed include: restored [...]
I’m ready for my close-up special: London Film Festival 2012 review part 1 In the first of two special hour long editions to celebrate the 56th BFI London Film Festival, Alex Fitch talks to cartoonist and film critic Mark Stafford about films they’ve seen at this year’s LFF. Films reviewed include: the new Ralph Steadman [...]
Paul O’Kane and Sophie J Williamson discuss their features in the October 2012 issue of Art Monthly- On Making Art by Paul O’Kane on the act of making and the making of the act The notion of creativity has been subjected to rigorous critique in the postmodern era but the act of making – the [...]
In the first of a two-part feature on the Raleigh Bicycle Company, historian Tony Hadland and Jack Thurston chart the rise of the company from a small backstreet workshop in Nottingham in the mid-1880s to the mid-1950s when it was seemingly unassailable as the world's biggest bicycle manufacturer. Tony Hadland is the author of Raleigh: Past and Presence of an Iconic Bicycle Brand.
regular edition featuring flavien gillie, dallas simpson, richard garet, mystified, hands to, and a framework intro by neil griffith.
Panel Borders: Hugo Tate Continuing Panel Borders’ month of shows about the depiction of travel in comic books, Alex Fitch talks to the award winning cartoonist Nick Abadzis about the recent Blank Slate Books collection of his much loved strip Hugo Tate, originally serialised in Deadline magazine. Alex and Nick discuss the autobiographic aspects of [...]
Miss Goosebeak seems not to have considered what became of Pontius Pilate’s “ectoplasmic spirit essence” between the governor of Judaea’s death circa 37 AD and Noddy’s first appearance almost two thousand years later in 1949 AD. Nor did she ever address the inconvenient fact that the wooden boy is a fictional character. Challenged on such [...]
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James Tregaskis in the studio with a recording he made whilst taking part in a peaceful demonstration outside Boots on Oxford Street with UKUncut. During this protest the police used CS gas against the participants creating a mood of panic. Followed by brief extract from The Revolution Starts Now by Galaxia/Steve Wallis.
Book List: Magical Realism In this month’s Book List, Alex Fitch talks to author Michael Chabon about his latest novel Telegraph Avenue and his collection of autobiographical essays, Manhood for Amateurs, which both display the writer’s love of collectables and ephemera from comic books to lego, Blaxploitation films to classic funk records. Also in a [...]