Resonance FM: Everything
Summary: Every single Resonance FM show which has ever been released as a podcast.
Enjoying nature has always been one of the pleasures of cycling. This week we hear from two organisations working to protect and improve Britain's natural places. Andy Byfield of the charity Plantlife explains his charity's new campaign about road verges while Garfield Kennedy of the Woodland Trust, which manages hundreds of woods and forests across the country, explains why mountain-bikers and other cyclists are welcome in their woods.
Feature and King Eider perform live on Resonance FM‘s Hello GoodBye Show. *NB: Due to a family bereavement Viv Albertine was unable to be our guest today, we hope to re-schedule her appearance soon, watch this space! PLAYLIST Skinny Girl Diet – Nadine Hurley Feature – Memory (LIVE SESSION) Feature – Psalms (LIVE SESSION) Feature […]
Panel Borders: European Female Voices Starting a month of shows looking at the work of female comic creators, Alex Fitch talks to German scratch board artist Line Hoven, and Belgian cartoonist Judith Vanistendael about their family drama graphic novels Love looks away published by Blank Slate Books and When David lost his voice, published by […]
Dobson was no stranger to controversy, but rarely did he create so tumultuous a brouhaha as was caused by his pamphlet Hints And Tips For Intrepid Explorers In The Polar Wastes (out of print). Dobson himself had of course never been anywhere near either the Arctic or the Antarctic, and one of the many puzzles […]
regular edition featuring roel meelkop with mecha/orga, kassel jaeger jean-léon pallandre, the v-p v-f in v-n compilation, sounds from the aporee soundmaps, and a framework intro recorded by eric boivin.
Live music on Resonance FM‘s Hello GoodBye Show featuring Phobophobes and Dog Chocolate. PLAYLIST Spaceheads – Spooky Action (at a distance) Phobophobes – Miniature World (LIVE SESSION) Phobophobes – Advertise Your Life (LIVE SESSION) Phobophobes – No Flavour (LIVE SESSION) Phobophobes – Bite The Apple (LIVE SESSION) Pheromoans – Dried Out Dreams Phobophobes – ‘interview’ […]
Panel Borders: Banned Books Concluding a month of shows about comics and controversy, Alex Fitch talks to Tony Bennett (Knockabout Books) and Rick Veitch about comic book censorship in a special exclusive podcast edition of Panel Borders. Tony discusses the various brushes with censorship law that he’s endured as a publisher of independent comics and […]
Opera singer and poet Richard Scott explores opera through the prism of various themes. Today: Richard is joined at The Science Museum by the artist Edwin Burdis, who has been on a sonic pilgrimage around the U.K collecting material for his latest opera Light Green and Dark Grey. Edwin will be talking to Richard about […]
Panel Borders: Surviving The Crow Continuing a month of shows about comics and controversy, in the programme’s 365th episode, Alex Fitch talks to James O’Barr, creator of the seminal American independent comic The Crow. Fitch and O’Barr discuss the latter’s battles with drug addiction, nearly drawing Batman for DC Comics and the long gestation of […]
Opera singer and poet Richard Scott explores opera through the prism of various themes. Today: What The Horn Would Have Heard. Broadcasting live from The Science Museum through Denman’s Exponential Horn Loudspeaker, Richard plays operas written, recorded and premiered between 1929- 1939 by Vaughan Williams, Shostakovich, Weill, Paul Abraham, Schoenberg and Strauss; these are the […]
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Live music on The Hello GoodBye Show today with: Raf and O + Ed Laurie. PLAYLIST St. Just Vigilantes – Panzer Vs. Arrow Ed Laurie – Wildflowers (LIVE SESSION) Ed Laurie – Albert (LIVE SESSION) Ed Laurie – Thin Line (LIVE SESSION) Ed Laurie and Straw Dog – Forever’s Untrue Ed Laurie (& Paul Wassif)- […]
Panel Borders: Exploring The Murder Mile Continuing a month of shows about comics and controversy, Alex Fitch talks to graphic novelist Paul Collicutt about his book The Murder Mile, published by SelfMadeHero, which sets the occurrence of a murder against the spectacle of Roger Banister running the four minute mile, an event that has reached […]
One day we'll learn. Never allow the number of guests you have to equal the number of presenters. Keep the number advantage. This week we forgot this rule, mostly because we've just made it up for the purposes of this intro, but now it is enshrined in a podcast intro it is now legally binding (NOTE TO SELF: Check this with our lawyer). So yes, we're back, Back, BACK. And this week with three (count 'em - three!) Super-Special Guests. If we were to pick one of the SSGs as a main SSG then we'd have to say that it would be Fuzzy Face Studios' Chris Thomas. He came to the studio to promote his new game Crobble, which is an excellent blend of Tetris and Scrabble. We tried to make him release the game on air, but Shane in Canada let us down. We hope you're happy Shane. The other two sub-SSGs were the returning Georg Backer (who will also be returning in two weeks) and Michael Frederickson. They helped get us banned in Russia, swooned over Parkin's new Linked In photo and signed us up as the preferred media provider to the Radius Festival. The Radius Festival is a games festival that Georg is solely in charge of, with some help from his PA Keith Stuart. We're thinking of starting our own festival called the Diameter Festival as it will be twice as good as Georg's, but let's keep that between ourselves for now ok? Also returning this week were Sega Badawi's Local News and Super Roger World. In fact, it's such a good show that we won't be having a show next week. Sorry about that, perhaps you could write a new Videogame Karaoke song for #Thirdsday, book tickets to Ste's new Reads Like A Seven event or just be really disappointed in us. Sorry. Cheerio! Team OLL x Links: http://crobble.me https://www.twitter.com/indoorheroes https://www.twitter.com/georgbacker https://www.twitter.com/mfrederickson http://www.stokenewingtonliteraryfestival.com/snlf_events/reads-like-a-seven-2/ Track list: 1. Jredd - Urban Chill http://chipmusic.org/jredd/music/urban-chill-featuring-groovemaster303 2 Klamm - Mr. Fatman http://chipmusic.org/klamm/music/mr-fatman 3. Ultrasyd - Silly Venture http://chipmusic.org/ultrasyd/music/silly-venture-atari-ste
regular edition featuring artificial memory trace, the v-p v-f is v-n compilation, mark vernon, éric cordier, the aporee soundmaps, and an intro by keith de mendonca.