Resonance FM: Everything
Summary: Every single Resonance FM show which has ever been released as a podcast.
Clive Phillpot, Super Librarian, started at Chelsea Art School before becoming director of the library at the Museum of Modern Art New York. One of the world’s leading authorities on artists’ books, Clive talks about Ray Johnson; mail artist and founder of the New York Correspondence School. Clive’s book; Ray Johnson on Flop Art was [...]
The Sound Projector Radio Show Friday 17th August 2012 The Native Hipsters, ‘Baboon Climbs The Mountain’ From There Goes Concorde Again, UK MECHANICALLY RECLAIMED MUSIC MRM001 CD (2001) Eddie Fiction, ‘U.F.O. Pt 2′ From UK ABSURD 2 7″ SINGLE (1979) Phones Sportsman Band, ‘I woke up this morning / Get down and get with it / Wah wah track / The Olton’ From UK RATHER RECORDS GEAR 9 7″ SINGLE (1980) Renaldo and the Loaf, ‘Kimbolton Gnome Song’ From Songs for Swinging Larvae, USA RALPH RECORDS RL-8108 LP (1981) Ether Hogg, ‘Kick Out The Hogg’ From Snivelization, USA SYMPATHY FOR THE RECORD INDUSTRY SFTRI 327 CD (1994) Oliver, ‘Freezing Cold like an Iceberg’ From Standing Stone, UK TENTH PLANET TP001 LP (1992) Recorded in 1974. Julian Cope, ‘Sunspots’ From Fried, UK MERCURY MERL 48 LP (1984) People Like Us, ‘Snippy’ From Thermos Explorer, HOT AIR AIRHEAD 002 CD (2000) Joe Meek, ‘Love Dance of the Saroos’ From I Hear A New World, UK RPM 103 CD (1991) Kevin Ayers, ‘Stranger in Blue Suede Shoes’ From whatevershebringswesing, UK HARVEST SHVL 800 LP (1972) Syd Barrett, ‘No Good Trying’ From The Madcap Laughs, UK HARVEST HERITAGE SHSP 4041 Frank Sidebottom, ‘Indie Medley’ [...]
Book List: Anthropomorphic Literature To complement this month’s series of Panel Borders on anthropomorphic comic books, tonight’s Clear Spot explores the use of animal characters with human characteristics in literature. In the first half of the show, we’re proud to present an extract from one of Bryan Talbot’s lectures on anthropomorphism in children’s books, cartoons [...]
Panel Borders: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Continuing Panel Borders’ month of shows about anthropomorphic comics, Alex Fitch talks to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles co-creator Kevin Eastman, Rich Magallanes (Senior Vice President, Nickelodeon animation) and British comic book writer David Baillie about the ever popular franchise. Alex discusses the history of the comics and cartoons with [...]
framework is on summer holidays; we will be back with new programming in september. this show from the archives originally aired on 2008.11.16.
Conversing with Captain Maurice Seddon, Royal Signals (retired) by telephone. Maurice is now 84. I played some cassette tape recordings he had made in the 1980s, all telephone conversations which Maurice would habitually record, perhaps since the 1960s but his memory is not what it was. One such conversation was with Fritz Fend, designer of [...]
The Sound Projector Radio Show Friday 10th August 2012 Sun Ra And His Arkestra, ‘God is More than Love Can Ever Be’ (1979) From Days Of Happiness, SATURN 72579 Sun Ra, ‘Street Named Hell’ From Sun Song, DELMARK DS-411 (1967) Sun Ra and his Astro Intergalactic Infinity Arkestra, ‘Solar Ship Voyage’ From Live In Egypt, THOTH INTERGALACTIC KH-1272 (1973) Sun Ra And His Solar Arkestra, ‘Solar Differentials’ (1962) From Secrets of the Sun, SATURN GH 9954 Sun Ra And His Akresta, ‘Images’ (1979 or 1980) From I, Pharaoh, EL SATURN 6680 Sun Ra and his Intergalactic Arkestra, ‘Dorothy’s Dance’ From Holiday for Soul Dance, SATURN ESR 508 (1970) Sun Ra, ‘China Gates’ (1961) From The Futuristic Sounds of Sun Ra, SAVOY MG 12169 Sun Ra, ‘Cosmo Energy’ From Dance of Innocent Passion, SATURN SUN RA 1981 Sun Ra & His Astro-Infinity Arkestra, ‘New Planet’ From Continuation, SATURN ESR 520 (1970) Sun Ra And His Arkestra, ‘The World of Africa’ (1974) From Sub Underground, SATURN 92072 Sun Ra, ‘Thoughts on Thoth’ (1977) From St Louis Blues, IMPROVISING ARTISTS INC 37.38.58 Sun Ra And His Akresta, ‘Ancient Aethiopia’ (1958) From Jazz in Silhouette, SATURN LP 5786 Sun Ra, ‘Ra to the Rescue [...]
On the eve of the summer edition of the People's Grand Tour, Jack goes for a spin around the back lanes of rural Hertfordshire with cycling journalist Lionel Birnie, a regular guest on The Bike Show, who writes about professional bike racing for the Sunday Times and Cycle Sport magazine. The People's Grand Tour is open to anyone willing to commit to riding at least ten days over a 23 day period, starting this Saturday 11 August. It's free to enter and a great way of increasing the amount of riding you're doing.
Writers and curators Nick Warner and Chris Fite-Wassilak discuss London and Norwich events and shows. A Crate, Margate Symposium at Showroom, London, solo exhibitions by Gina Saccone at Supplement, London, Gareth Jones at Raven Row, Patrick Keiller at Tate Britain and an exhibition of two net based artists Joel Holmberg & Jon Rafman coming [...]
framework is on summer holidays; we will be back with new programming in september. this show from the archives originally aired on 2008.11.02.
Panel Borders: Big Questions Starting a month of shows about anthropomorphic comics on Panel Borders – comics about animals with human attributes – Alex Fitch talks to American cartoonist Anders Nilsen about his epic 658 page graphic novel Big Questions. The book, originally serialised as 15 comics, first self-published by Nilsen and then continued by [...]
Download show here For more download & listening options, visit Archive dot org Summary: We discuss the many people successfully avoiding the Olympics and the negative impact on tourism that will have. We also chat about demand numbers around the … Continue reading →
A disparate selection of 45rpm vinyl singles: 1. a flexidisc by Salvador Dali: L’Apotheose du Dollar. 2. Michael Prime: Skeet Hill, pipistrelle bats recorded feeding in Hollow Lane, Skeet Hill, Chelsfield. 3. Toshiyuki Kobayashi: Radio Gagaku. 4. Charles Aznavour: Yerushalaim. 5. The Hitmachine: IE OE AA. 6. Nokia Connecting People: mainpal inv. 7. Baby Jane [...]
The Sound Projector Radio Show Friday 3rd August 2012 The Warm Digits, ‘Weapons Destruction’ From Keep Warm With…The Warm Digits, UK DISTRACTION DIST22CD (2011) USAISAMONSTER, ‘Heavner’ From R.I.P., USA NORTHERN SPY RECORDS NSCD001 (2010) Bill Orcutt, ‘Too Late To Fly’ From A New Way to Pay Old Debts, AUSTRIA EDITIONS MEGO 119 (2011) Pilesar, ‘Tofu Dynamite’ From Radio Friendly, USA PUBLIC EYESORE 112 CD (2011) MUL-Ti-LiTH-iC, ‘The Multilith Part Five’ From MUL-Ti-LiTH-iC, USA ISEESOUND CD (2010) Pitz, ‘Motet 8′ From Motety i Jutrznia, POLAND MIND TWISTING RECORDS CD Maaaa, ‘Must’ From Decay and Demoralization, USA MIND FLARE MEDIA MFM002 CD (2010) Rhys Chatham, ‘Outdoor Spell’ From Outdoor Spell, USA NORTHERN SPY RECORDS NSCD004 CD (2011) Korperschwache, ‘Ourobouros: First Lesson’ From Evil Walks, USA CRUCIAL BLAST CBR88 CD Filthy Turd, ‘Modified Chimp Diarrhea in Rubber Tumours’ From Split CDR with Jackie Crab Subtle Lip Can, ‘Inside Look’ From Subtle Lip Can, CANADA DRIP AUDIO DA 00646 CD (2010) Brandon Nickell, ‘The Roughest Jewel in your Glittering Crown (Second Key) From And If You Set This Mind Of Mine Afire…, USA ISOUNDERSCORE ISO_09 CD (2010) Hearts Of Palm, (Track 1) From Ballglovemask CDR (2010) Eco D’Alberi, ‘Tutto Cielo’ From Eco D’Alberi, USA [...]
Reality Check: Trek Nation Alex Fitch and Dr. Marek Kukula (Public Astronomer, Royal Greenwich Observatory) conduct a Q and A with Eugene ‘Rod’ Roddenberry after a screening of his film Trek Nation, which looks at the legacy of Gene Roddenberry and Star Trek. Recorded in front of an audience at SCI-FI-LONDON, Spring 2012. For more [...]