Resonance FM: Everything
Summary: Every single Resonance FM show which has ever been released as a podcast.
Join the angry side by Stewart Home from the CD Stewart Home comes in your face, Motor City is burning by The MC5 from Kick out the Jams, Happy Jack by The Who Live at Leeds University 1970, and The Wolfman (1964) by Robert Ashley; tape, voice and feedback, produced at the University of California [...]
Laydeez do podcasts: Promoting comics In two talks recorded at Laydeez do comics, the first in a new season of Laydeez do podcasts, Charles Hatfield talks about comics academia and Jay Eales and Selina Lock discuss publishing The Girly Comic. Hatfield is the author of ‘Alternative Comics: An Emerging Literature’ and ‘Hand of Fire: The [...]
In this Six Pillars show we tap into the fine array of people at Share Conference, Belgrade for a short journey of discovery. We discuss Iran’s move towards a closed, national intranet which they can then fully censor, with a leader in the global free-internet culture movement: Elizabeth Stark. Elizabeth presented a talk at Share [...]
John Cage is said to have called her ‘that beautiful Persian girl‘, Jackson Pollock, though unfriendly, openly declared an admiration for her art. Born 1924 in Iran, Monir Farmanfarmaian later brought a flavour of Iran to New York’s avant garde, amongst whom she was circulating. One of her pieces is said to have been [...]
first show back after our summer break, featuring alvaro ortiz, cedric anglaret, flavien gillie, james torrance, john barber, keith de mendonca, kim walker, luis antero, virgilio oliveira, mecha/orga, and a framework intro by joe stevens.
How will you spend Christmas by Reverend A.W. Nix; Fighter Pilot’s Christmas by Captain Richard Jonas; How I hate to see Christmas come around by Jimmy Witherspoon; Santa Claus goes modern by Rod Rogers, Teri Summers and The Librettos; Christmas Time by Black Ace; No Christmas in Kentucky by Phil Ochs; Did you spend Christmas [...]
Electric Sheep Podcast: Philosophy and Murder Alex Fitch talks to film critic and historian Kim Newman about The Edgar Wallace Mysteries, a series of British B movies made in the 1960s and subsequently rebranded as a TV series, based on novels by the co-creator of King Kong. Plus: in a Q and A recorded at [...]
Reality Check: Counter Measures In the second of a pair of podcasts about Doctor Who audio spin-offs, Alex Fitch talks to actor John Banks, producer David Richardson and director Ken Bentley about Counter Measures, a new Nigel Kneale influenced audio drama that continues the story of the supporting cast from Doctor Who: Remembrance of the [...]
framework is on summer holidays; we will be back with new programming in september. this show from the archives originally aired on 2008.12.14.
Panel Borders: Taming the Elephantmen In a companion podcast to last week’s episode, Alex Fitch continues his conversation with writer Richard Starkings and artist Ian Churchill about Elephantmen, a sci-fi anthropomorphic comic about animal / human hybrid soldiers coming to terms with life in the big city after being demobbed. In a Q and A [...]
Conversing with Resonance apparatchik Richard Thomas on Tenerife, anti-design, a Markson piano, ResoVision, and the recent student demonstrations.
Reality Check: The Minister of Chance In the first of pair of podcasts about Doctor Who audio spin-offs, Alex Fitch talks to the writer / director, Dan Freeman, and one of the stars, Paul Darrow, of The Minister of Chance. The series is a crowd-funded, mp3 download serial which follows the SF / fantasy adventures [...]
Panel Borders: Unleashing the Elephantmen Alex Fitch talks to writer, editor and letterer Richard Starkings, and Ian Churchill, one of a rotating team of artists on Elephantmen, an American monthly comic (primarily created by Brits) about retired super-soldiers that are half animal, half human hybrids. Mixing the sci-fi / noir ambience of Blade Runner with [...]
framework is on summer holidays; we will be back with new programming in september. this show from the archives originally aired on 2008.11.30.
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