Sunday, 11 March 2018

Sat 17 Mar - EUGENE COYNE - Animals, Myth and Castle Coyne

Songwriter Eugene Coyne sings and plays songs with special focus on animal stories. He has been building myths in South London domesticity through his album Castle Coyne. Plus dogs, birds, cats and genetic anomalies who are the latest creatures from Reuters news stories to venture into the world.

Sunday, 4 March 2018

Sat 10 Mar - The Persistence of Past in the Present - TIM DOOLEY

Tim Dooley reflects on his work as a poet and editor. He discusses the persistence of the past in the present, how new vocabularies of social and technological change cohabit with after-images of traditional literary forms whether updating Arthurian legend, exploring the British seaside, considering the 'rediscovery' of early cinema or taking a sideways look at contemporary controversies. He reads selections from over forty-five years of writing from his collected poems entitled 'The Sound We Make Ourselves' and his new collection ‘Weemoed’, a Poetry Book Society Recommendation. Plus improvised music.

Listen Again - Tim Dooley - The Persistence of the Past

Monday, 26 February 2018

Sat 3 Mar - RICHARD SANDERSON - Society, Music Publishing and Little Atoms

Richard Sanderson, co-founder of Little Atoms, discusses ethics, conspiracy theory, atheism, science fiction and how humans manoeuvre to manipulate their social surrounds. Plus live improvisation and excerpts from his South East London based label publishing experimental and eclectic music 'that falls through the cracks'.

Listen Again - Richard Sanderson / Little Atoms - News, ethics

Wednesday, 21 February 2018

Sat 24 Feb - Harmony from Conflict? REBECCA FEINER and ROBERT THOMAS

Guest host Rebecca Feiner asks if virtual reality and opera can be harnessed to create harmony from conflict with adaptive composer Robert Thomas. Using algorithmic, machine learning and artificial intelligence, his collaborations include Christopher Nolans Inception App, Massive Attack, and Glyndbourne Opera. Chinese London based artist Yi Zhang, discusses her installation exploring conflict and shaman poet Noel Grassy performs live.

Listen Again - Rebecca Feiner & Robert Thomas - Harmony from Conflict?

Friday, 16 February 2018

Sat 17 Feb - WOMEN AND THE HAMMOND ORGAN - Howard Jacques and the Brunswick Club

Women and the Hammond Organ with sounds from Cherry Wainer, Rosa Rio, Ethel Smith, Twinkie Clark and Beverly Glenn. Demonstrations of Hammond sounds and the history of the instrument. Plus live studio guest Howard Jacques on the Brunswick Club, an artist-led space in a Working Men's Club in the heart of Bristol.

Listen Again - Women and the Hammond Organ - (Howard Jacques and the Brunswick Club)

Sunday, 4 February 2018

Sat 10 Feb - The Condemnation of Sex - SLUT SHAMING - Umia K

The third show in a feminist triptych of soundart shows with Umia K. Improvisation, fiction, poetry and discussion on the theme of slut-shaming.

Listen Again - Umia K - Slut Shaming #3 in Feminist Trilogy

Sat 3 Feb - JUDY DYBLE - Summer Dancing in Wintertime

Summer dancing in wintertime. Judy Dyble, singer-songwriter and founding member of Fairport Convention discusses the folk revival and her recent output with guitarist and bassist, Andy Lewis. She reflects on ephemerality and seasonality in music and culture. With live acappella song.

Listen Again - Judy Dyble - Summer Dancing in Wintertime