Resonance FM: Everything
Summary: Every single Resonance FM show which has ever been released as a podcast.
Opera singer Richard Scott explores opera through the prism of various themes – politics, power, greed, the abominable, magic, lust, comedy. On The Opera Hour this week we will be joined by Glyndebourne’s Young Composer in Residence, Luke Styles, who’ll be telling us about his upcoming operas and his experiences at Glyndebourne. We’ll also be [...]
Nick Larsen is founder and creative director at Charge Bikes of Frome in the west of England. Charge is a fairly new company, remarkable for many things and not least the fact that all its products are named after something you would normally find in the kitchen. There’s the Juicer (a road bike), the Spoon (a saddle), the Bowl (a pair of handlebars) and of course The Plug, a simple single speed bicycle that launched the company into the big time a few years ago. Nick talks candidly about the bike industry, his own motivations and inspirations, where future trends are coming from and the potential of the exciting new technology of ‘3D printing’. This conversation was recorded live at last month’s Bike V Design night at the Design Museum.
special edition of framework:afield featuring an extended excerpt from our latest issue of framework:seasonal, chris watson's 'sunrise in the sukau rainforest'.
Panel Borders: Home and away Starting a month of shows about the depiction of travel in comic books, Alex Fitch talks to creators from Brighton and Delhi about their graphic novels which mix autobiography with fantastical elements. Gary and Warren Pleece discuss The Great Unwashed, a new collection of early self-published and small press work [...]
Business goes on as usual by Roberta Flack from the LP Chapter Two. Who’ll pay reparations on my soul? by Gil Scott-Heron from Small Talk at 125th and Lenox. Money Blues parts 1,2 and 3 by Archie Shepp from Things have got to change featuring the voice of Joe Lee Wilson.
The Sound Projector Radio Show Friday 5th October 2012 Reanimation, ‘Mara The Tempter’ From Giants Hide Among Us, USA WIN091211 CD (2011) Wolfram, (Track 03) From Wolfram, NORWAY VAFONGOOL VAFCD001 CD (2012) Ember Schrag, ‘Frauleh Jekketheka’ From The Sewing Room, USA SINGLE GIRL MARRIED GIRL SGMG25 CD (2012) Staer, ‘I Roll With Creflo’ From Staer, GERMANY DISCORPORATE RECORDS DISREC20 CD (2012) Oren Ambarchi, excerpt from Sagittarian Domain, AUSTRIA EDITIONS MEGO 144CD (2012) Ron Anderson / Robert L. Pepper / David Tamura / Philippe Petit, (Track 02) From Closed Encounters Of The 4 Minds, USA PUBLIC EYESORE 116 CD (2012) Øyvind Skarbø, ‘Aardwolf’ From Die Allround Handwerker!, NORWAY +3DB RECORDS SUB NR 002 CD (2011) Konx-Om-Pax, ‘Twin Portal Redux’ From Regional Surrealism, UK PLANET MU RECORDS ZIQ323 CD (2012) Dead Western, ‘Leer Jet’ From Everything, Eternally, GERMANY DISCORPORATE RECORDS DISREC21 CD (2012) Reines D’Angleterre, (Track 02) From Globe Et Dynastie, UK BO’WEAVIL RECORDINGS WEAVIL50 CD (2012) Kiko C. Esseiva, ‘Epigraphie Et Ouverture’ From Drôles D’Oiseaux, SWITZERLAND HINTERZIMMER RECORDS HINT 14 CD (2012) Richard Kamerman, ’20110807 Live At El Dirt’ From None For The Money, USA COPY FOR YOUR RECORDS CFYR013 CD (2012) Bryan Eubanks / Jason Kahn, excerpt from Energy (Of), [...]
Sara Culwell talks through the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act 2010, aka Obamacare, which the Republican nominee for president of the US, Gov. Mitt Romney, wants to repeal. Contact details at www.lightchronicles.info
Opera singer Richard Scott explores opera through the prism of various themes. In today’s Opera Hour we talk to opera director Ted Huffman, who is currently directing English Touring Opera’s production of Peter Maxwell Davies’ opera The Lighthouse, which relates the mysterious events of boxing day 1900 when 3 lighthouse keepers vanished without a trace; [...]
Laydeez do podcasts: Who is Ana Mendieta? A Q and A recorded at Whitechapel Gallery, in which Laydeez do comics curators Sarah Lightman and Nicola Streeten discuss their work with Christine Redfern, writer of the graphic novel Who is Ana Medieta?, currently the subject of an exhibition at Space Station Sixty Five, Kennington. Introduced by [...]
Bicycle polo has been played for more than a century but the ‘hard court’ variety is a relatively new, urban development. Todd, Mat and Rupert of London’s Cosmic Bike Polo team (pictured, above) explain how the sport came about, how it has developed in its short history and how bike polo players are pursuing a [...]
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N.B. As an episode of “Obsequies For Lars Talc, Struck By Lightening” is missing from the audio archive it has been decided, by the Soup Committee members no less, to carry on regardless with the next show that isn’t ”Obsequies For Lars Talc, Struck By Lightening” hoping that, given the length of the intervening period [...]
regular edition featuring peter cusack, martiensgohome, jaydea lopez, and an extract from the latest framework:seasonal release by chris watson.
Panel Borders: Taboo and other anthologies In the last of our month of shows on comic book anthologies, Alex Fitch talks to Kevin Eastman and Steve Bissette, co-publisher and editor respectively, of the ground-breaking horror periodical Taboo, which included the first instalments of Alan Moore’s From Hell and Lost Girls as well as work by [...]
Interview with Steve Pratt who served in the Special Air Services or SAS from 1969-1981 before becoming an artist. Steve lives and works in northern Finland and London and works on paintings which attempt to expose the hidden realities of conflict. I met Steve for the first time about 3 weeks ago when he showed [...]