Friday, 26 August

18:00 Extra Nights
For the August holiday, while our regular weekly broadcasters are having a rest, Resonance FM offers London a simultaneous broadcast of shows from Resonance Extra, our experimental DAB platform in Brighton & Hove. Sound- and radio-art, new music, and a fresh perspective on broadcasting, programmed by Peter Lanceley.
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00:00 Cross Radio
Long form audio explorations with John Duncan.
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Saturday, 27 August

11:00 Luscombe's Choice
Will Luscombe explores classic recordings of all kinds from a trenchantly philosophical perspective. Series first broadcast January to April 2014.
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12:00 Making Conversations
Bronac Ferran, Andrew Prescott, Professor of Digital Humanities at the University of Glasgow, and guests discuss contemporary making.
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13:00 Mapping the Metropolis
In a seven part series, repeated daily this week, Kit Caless - co-editor of "Acquired for Development By," a best selling anthology of new writing about Hackney, regeneration and gentrification, and co-proprietor of Influx Press - explores literature and urban space. Visit influxpress.com for more information. First broadcast February 2013.
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14:00 Facing Extinction
Highlights of the lectures, discussion and performance atGustav Metzger's June 2014 "Facing Extinction" conference. Introduced by Phil England.
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15:00 Klokwerk
A six part comedy made by The Printernet (Giles Bunch and Richard Grange), Klokwerk follows the adventures of a famous German electronic band as they try to run Whitchurch train station in the West Midlands. First broadcast January 2016.
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15:30 From the Archives
*Quantick Speaks* with David Quantick, from 7 January 2003. Then *Taking a Life for a Walk* with Caroline Kraabel, n.d. (c. 2002). [Repeated Sunday 7am.]
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17:00 The Gilded Vectors Of Disease
Rebecca Tremain explores the past, present and future of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
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17:30 Recollections of a Furtive Nudist
Ken Campbell's Recollections of a Furtive Nudist, in six parts, read by the author.
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Saturday, 27 August

18:00 Extra Nights
For the August holiday, while our regular weekly broadcasters are having a rest, Resonance FM offers London a simultaneous broadcast of shows from Resonance Extra, our experimental DAB platform in Brighton & Hove. Sound- and radio-art, new music, and a fresh perspective on broadcasting, programmed by Peter Lanceley.
  1. 27 August 18:00 27 MB
  2. 27 August 18:30 27 MB
  3. 27 August 19:00 27 MB
  4. Live stream
00:00 A Duck in a Tree
The :zoviet*france: radio show. This week’s edition, The Vessel of Light, features a track from Kemper Norton’s forthcoming new album and tracks from new albums by Plainastralchurch, Snezhana Reisen, and meanwhile.in.texas. plus illuminated recordings by Adern X, Charles Kellogg, Slavek Kwi, Oermuziek, Sonologyst, April Larson, Sevenism, Roger Sundström, and Jakob Rosin. [Repeated Tuesday 5am.]

Sunday, 28 August

04:00 Summer Clearings
A holiday selection from our Clear Spot archives. Every week day since 1 May 2002 we've broadcast a new and unique show, typically a one-off which brings new programme makers and new content to Resonance. *Clearings* is a selection of these, old and new.
07:00 From the Archives
[Repeated from Saturday 3.30pm.] *Quantick Speaks* with David Quantick, from 7 January 2003. Then *Taking a Life for a Walk* with Caroline Kraabel, n.d. (c. 2002).
08:30 Radia
In the run up to this October's Radio Revolten festival of radio art, we offer a daily holiday selection from the the global network of independent radio stations, < ahref="http://www.radia.fm/">Radia.
09:00 Graphic Design on the Radio
Presented by Adrian Shaughnessy, Graphic Design on the Radio provides interviews with leading designers who talk about their work and play the music that has inspired them. This summer holiday we are repeating episodes daily of this insightful and timeless series.
10:00 framework
A daily dip into the best from a world of field recordings, from the 500+ episodes curated by Patrick McGinley. Visit http://www.frameworkradio.net for more information.
11:00 Luscombe's Choice
Will Luscombe explores classic recordings of all kinds from a trenchantly philosophical perspective. Series first broadcast January to April 2014.
12:00 Making Conversations
Bronac Ferran, Andrew Prescott, Professor of Digital Humanities at the University of Glasgow, and guests discuss contemporary making.
13:00 Mapping the Metropolis
In a seven part series, repeated daily this week, Kit Caless - co-editor of "Acquired for Development By," a best selling anthology of new writing about Hackney, regeneration and gentrification, and co-proprietor of Influx Press - explores literature and urban space. Visit influxpress.com for more information. First broadcast February 2013.
14:00 Facing Extinction
Highlights of the lectures, discussion and performance atGustav Metzger's June 2014 "Facing Extinction" conference. Introduced by Phil England.
15:00 From the Archives: de Ridder Day
Further extracts from **de Ridder Day,** 26 May 2008, featuring prankster, broadcaster, raconteur, audio-artist extraordinaire Willem de Ridder who has for many years been the Nothern Europe organiser of Fluxus. Resumes at 7pm.
17:00 The Gilded Vectors Of Disease
Rebecca Tremain explores the past, present and future of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
17:30 Recollections of a Furtive Nudist
Ken Campbell's Recollections of a Furtive Nudist, in six parts, read by the author.
18:00 Spool's Out Radio (repeat)
[Repeated from Monday 5pm.] Tristan Bath (of The Quietus) explores the outer fringes of modern cassette culture, playing tapes from around the world. Hypnotist? Mystic? Conman? Whatever you think of it, American businessman Dick Sutphen founded new age publishing house Valley of the Sun in mid-70s America, and went on to release dozens of tapes of blissful music to an extensive mailing list of subscribers. On today's show we host a secular blend of music from the Valley of the Sun's blissful catalogue of synths, winds, third eye vibes, and astral projections. Visit spoolsoutradio.wordpress.com for more information.
19:00 From the Archives: de Ridder Day (continued)
Extracts from **de Ridder Day,** 26 May 2008, featuring prankster, broadcaster, raconteur, audio-artist extraordinaire Willem de Ridder who has for many years been the Nothern Europe organiser of Fluxus.
21:45 From the Archives: Illuminatus! (continued)
Continued from last Sunday. From June 2006, Ken Campbell and Chris Fairbank read from Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson's indescribable cult science fiction conspiracy thriller, 'Illuminatus!'. A Deepleaf Audio presentation, it contains adult themes and language some listeners may find offensive. This broadcast comprises an adaptation of The Eye In The Pyramid, Book One: The Third Trip, or Binah. We've rescued these extracts from our evidently incomplete archive, recovering over 5 hours of audio (on line versions of the reading come in at c. 3 hours 45 minutes and are substantially different): any clues about the missing and/or additional recorded parts are very welcome.
00:00 Cross Radio
Long form audio explorations with John Duncan.

Monday, 29 August

03:00 Summer Clearings
A holiday selection from our Clear Spot archives. Every week day since 1 May 2002 we've broadcast a new and unique show, typically a one-off which brings new programme makers and new content to Resonance. *Clearings* is a selection of these, old and new.
07:00 From the Archives
08:30 Radia
In the run up to this October's Radio Revolten festival of radio art, we offer a daily holiday selection from the the global network of independent radio stations, < ahref="http://www.radia.fm/">Radia.
09:00 Graphic Design on the Radio
Presented by Adrian Shaughnessy, Graphic Design on the Radio provides interviews with leading designers who talk about their work and play the music that has inspired them. This summer holiday we are repeating episodes daily of this insightful and timeless series.
10:00 framework
A daily dip into the best from a world of field recordings, from the 500+ episodes curated by Patrick McGinley. Visit http://www.frameworkradio.net for more information.
11:00 Luscombe's Choice
Will Luscombe explores classic recordings of all kinds from a trenchantly philosophical perspective. Series first broadcast January to April 2014.
12:00 Wysing FM
Four Wysing Arts Centre residency artists take radio broadcasting as a starting point for exploring the potential of the listening subject. At 12pm: Lawrence Lek introduces the Radio (Study) Day and presents *Sino-Futurism,* a new work in two parts: a live soundtrack and commentary for an unmade film about a fictional artist AI; and an essay on Sino-Futurism, combining spoken word with fragments of cinema history. Followed by a discussion with fellow residency artists.  1.15pm: Laura O’Neill introduces *Bending Over Backwards,* a new work described as 'pure presencing affecting affectable bodies; a mapping of rhythm interspersed with film, curved down with soft selves/around the bend.' *Bending Over Backwards* features a mixed sourced text from poet Greg Nijs. Followed by a discussion with fellow residency artists.  2.30pm: Henna-Riikka Halonen introduces *Pareidolia,* a new work where the writing and re-writing of a film script and a soundtrack becomes a spatial play with walls and borders, teasing out the universal through the personal. Confusing the time zones, truth and fiction in order to grasp the ever unreachable right now of right now, *Pareidolia* is a search for an image or imagination in a realm where the only sense we have is hearing. Featuring Dr Jeanette Baxter and artist Arnaud Moinet and followed by a discussion with fellow residency artists.  3.45pm: Evan Ifekoya introduces *This Catalogue of Poses,* a radio play-in progress exploring the daily lives of four figures in a photograph, some of whom are more alive than others. Beginning at a spectral house club night in London, the characters dialogue across time and space. Original score devised in collaboration with aigrefou (Netherlands/ Morocco). Followed by a discussion with fellow residency artists.  4.45pm: The four artists re-convene for the last fifteen minutes of the broadcast.