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Show 268: The Transmission by r.t. bhoustard

Introduction One of the most annoying things about Radio Art is that you have to download it before you can fast-forward through it. In ‘The Transmission’, I’ve very kindly done all the work for you and it comes ‘pre-fast-forwarded’, so … Continue reading

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Show 253: RADIO WORM for Resonance104.4fm

In December 2009 the WORM STUDIO organised a ‘philosophical’ workshop about field recordings. We invited Derek Holzer & Justin Bennett to tell their side of the story, told our side of the story as well (nothing is true, everything is … Continue reading

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Show 239: Morsonata by Mobile Radio

replacement for cancelled show This is the radia edit of an hour long live radio show produced by Mobile Radio for the FON festival in Barrow-in-Furness, England. With Barrow being home to Europe’s biggest submarine shed and neighbouring Lake District … Continue reading

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Show 237: Reheat: the Schnitzel

Every year now a strange kind of gathering takes place close to the very eastern border of Austria at a barn called the Kleylehof. Viennese artists of many backgrounds have taken over this barn and converted it into a multifunctional … Continue reading

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Show 223: Fragments of Stratford Shopping Centre by Martin Williams

A patchwork portrait of the shopping mall at Stratford , east London , blending music, field recordings and spoken narratives. Stratford Shopping Centre. I go there every day. It’s unmissable. Not because of the magnetic pull of Percy Ingle’s cheese … Continue reading

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Show 211: Nine Nights in Newcastle

replacement programme The AV festival 2008 in Newcastle included three festival radio stations. To avoid having to program nine nights with playlist material I offered to build a sound installation that would fill the radiospace with its live output. The … Continue reading

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Show 209: Even The Dead Wear Headphones

Recorded live at the London College of Communication, 12 March 2009. Ed Baxter writes: This is a large-scale ensemble work which relies on bricolage. It follows the traditional (quite English) detective procedural format, chosen for ease of generating material. The … Continue reading

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Show 195: Mixing Borders

Listening to the radio is like traveling and when you travel you cross borders. How does it sound when you mix borders? Borders on your map, borders in your head. Enjoy a cup of tea, or a good cognac, while … Continue reading

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Show 180: Imagination Unlimited – The Leicester Tape Recording Club by Mark Vernon

The past is often said to be a foreign country. This programme features audio postcards from some of the inhabitants. The Leicester Tape Recording Club was a club for tape recording enthusiasts active in the sixties and seventies. Like a … Continue reading

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Show 166: Deep, Down and Under by Jean-Philippe Renoult

“Deep, Down and Under” is a contemplative audio work that plays with the natural resonances of underground spaces. The piece begins in the main station of Helsinki where the icy cold sharpness of Winter amplify the comings and goings of … Continue reading

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