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Show 627: Shortwaves (WaveFarm / WGXC)

Includes an interview with Amanda Dawn Christie about her experimental documentary film about Canada’s RCI shortwave radio towers, plus excerpts from William Basinski’s “Shortwavemusic,” and this year’s “Shortwave Shindig.”

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Show 626: WHAT DREAMS ARE MADE OF… (TEA FM)

Dreams. Mysterious, bewildering, eye-opening and sometimes a nightmarish living hell: dreams are all that and much more. As you may know that dream and sleep is not the same thing so dreams and sleep facts are mentioned separately in this … Continue reading

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Show 625: Exquisite Corpse (a Radio Revolten Reprise), part 2 (Radio Panik)

On 9th October 2016 members of the seminal international radio art network Radia came together in person for the first time in several years. They decided to record a three hour exquisite corpse session (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exquisite_corpse) based on the topic “longwave” … Continue reading

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Show 624: FLIMSY TOMB by POREST (radio Worm/Klangendum)

01. The Porest Trap (7:00) 02. The Requirements of the Revolution in the New Context – Hanoi Radio Segment #1 (1:28) 03. Kong the Chap (0:19) 04. Triumph of the Nataree (0:50) 05. Larry Burridge (0:43) 06. Transformation is Futile … Continue reading

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Show 623: Exquisite Corpse (a Radio Revolten Reprise) (Orange 94.0)

On 9th October 2016 members of the seminal international radio art network Radia came together in person for the first time in serveral years. They decided to record a three hour exquisite corpse session (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exquisite_corpse) based on the topic “longwave” … Continue reading

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Show 622: Jubeltöne & Radio Unbroken by Helen Hahmann (Radio Corax)

The Radio Corax Radia programme presents two radio pieces: Jubeltöne celebrates the joy to listen deeply to the individual stories of musical instruments: their exultation, their memories and their profound protest. A piece for two zithers played by Helen Hahmann. … Continue reading

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Show 621: primetime wavelength by Matt Rogalsky (CFRC)

Queens University professor, Matt Rogalsky, mixes primetime CFRC airwaves into process improv, creating a live performance from archived material.

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Show 620: Put.Use.When.Can. by DinahBird (Campus Paris)

It is a cold and rainy December evening in Paris and we’re sitting in the studio at Radio Campus, just round the corner from the Place des Vosges. The French radio artist Julia Drouhin is over from Tasmania. We have just … Continue reading

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Show 619: Listening Through Walls by Lucreccia Quintanilla (Radio One 91 FM)

In 2014, through the Freedom of Information Act, a series of formerly unavailable files held by the Australia Security Organisation became available to the public. Melbourne-based artist Lucreccia Quintanilla became interested in working with certain of these files, in developing … Continue reading

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Show 618: LANDUNTER by LASSE-MARC RIEK (radio x)

Unfathomable Sea! whose waves are years, / Ocean of Time, whose waters of deep woe / Are brackish with the salt of human tears! / Thou shoreless flood, which in thy ebb and flow Claspest the limits of mortality, / … Continue reading

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