Sunday, 19 August

05:00 Clearings
A holiday selection of 2018 Clear Spots - the show devoted to one-off, specials, pilots and occasional broadcasts of all kinds of content.
  1. Live stream
10:00 The Café Chronicles
Omnibus edition: all ten of the five minutes episodes of our recent comedy series. Daniel Ruiz Tizon presents missives from the South Lambeth Portuguese café he has holed himself up in since the summer of 2001. As the gentrification sweeping through Nine Elms and Vauxhall accelerates, The Café Chronicles documents the characters and community threatened by these changes. It’s a world of tobacco, discarded chicken bones, faded denim, easily slighted personalities, exaggerated Mediterranean gesticulations and coffee, the glue that holds the old community together. Written and presented by Daniel Ruiz Tizon. Twitter: @1607WestEgg.
16:00 Radiaphiles
A major retrospective of the work of the radio art network Radia, whose collective mission is to make radio that transcends the borders and boundaries of land and language. Mobile Radio visits each station in turn to discern their motives and inspirations, and explore the work of one of their associated artists. Commissioned for documenta 14. Today's double bill: Eastside FM followed by Radio Panik.
17:30 Radiophrenia Redux
Highlights of the 2016 edition of Radiophrenia, the arts radio station broadcasting live from Glasgow's Centre for Contemporary Arts. Today: ‘Deconstructed Gamelan’ by Thomas Leyland-Collins, comprised of field recordings from Myanmar, Java and Bali. Radiophrenia was supported by Creative Scotland. [Repeated Monday 3am.]
18:30 The Legend of St Winiborde (repeat)
[Repeated from Monday 12pm.] Iain Paxon’s new musical story, set in an agricultural small town in pre-Christian Britain, follows a lone intellectual outsider called Winiborde, who is full of resentment for the people around him. Through his cunning he steals the Hermit’s magic stick and turns the weather against everyone, sending them off onto a tiny island out to sea. But through twists and turns of plot, Winiborde ends up being hailed a Saint by the very people he tried to destroy. Featuring Iain Paxon (piano, voice), Adam Bushell (vibraphone, percussion), Al Strachan (cornet, melodica, voice), Christine Cooper (violin), Graeme Ross (voice), Jo Dimbleby (voice), Sarah Hill (voice), Guy Hayes (voice). Townsfolk choirs by Jo Burke, Lizzy Carey, Guy Hayes, Jack Darach, Roy Armitage and The Brighton Sacred Harp Singers.
19:30 A World in London Womad Special
Resonance FM's A World in London, the UK’s definitive, weekly, live, global music show, hosted by DJ Ritu, took a trip to WOMAD Festival in July. Tonight we present interviews with international giants Amadou & Mariam, Ian Brennan, Goldie and more, by AWIL Production Assistant, Sophie Darling.
22:00 T P A M 2018
Concert highlights from this year's TPAM - Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama. First, 'Scores 3000' and 'Duration, Dynamics and Pitch' - two compositions by Hiroyuki Ura (compositions, keyboard, percussion), Kenichi Kanazawa (steel), Satoko Inoue (piano and toy piano). Recorded by Hiroyuki Ura at Ftarri (for the event TPAM Fringe) on 14 February 2018. Mastered by Hiroyuki Ura. Following these, an untitled performance/installation at BankART1929 by Makoto Oshiro and Takahiro Kawaguchi, from 11 February 2018. With special thanks to Aki Onda and Yoshiyuki Suzuki. Announcer: Ed Baxter.
00:00 Long Wave (double bill)
Double bill of long form music and sound works curated Mike Harding of Touch. More same time tomorrow.

Monday, 20 August

03:00 Radiophrenia Redux (repeat)
[Repeated from Sunday 5.30pm.] Highlights of the 2016 edition of Radiophrenia, the arts radio station broadcasting live from Glasgow's Centre for Contemporary Arts. Today: ‘Deconstructed Gamelan’ by Thomas Leyland-Collins, comprised of field recordings from Myanmar, Java and Bali. Radiophrenia was supported by Creative Scotland.
04:00 Clearings
06:00 Radio Ecoshock (repeat)
[Repeated from Friday 9am.] Global environmental news with Alex Smith. Worried about your kids future?  You might have Post Climatic Stress Disorder. PCSD is a serious condition. But don't worry, professional help is on the way... This week on Radio Ecoshock, it's Climate Psychology 101 - with psychologists Robert Griffin and Joseph Reser.  Plus new film on the grand-daddy of the double bind, Gregory Bateson - the interview with his daughter.  How does all heat make you feel? Visit https://www.ecoshock.org for more information. 
07:00 Clearings
11:00 Space Studies
An interview by Ed Baxter with Aki Onda frames a recording of Onda's marathon 'Space Studies' realised at South London Gallery on 24 June 2017 and presented by SLG and 3333. Recorded by Samuel Howard. Thanks to Freya Jewitt, Simon Parris and Nathan Comer. First broadcast 21 August 2017. [Repeated Saturday 8pm.]
16:00 Radiaphiles
A major retrospective of the work of the radio art network Radia, whose collective mission is to make radio that transcends the borders and boundaries of land and language. Mobile Radio visits each station in turn to discern their motives and inspirations, and explore the work of one of their associated artists. Commissioned for documenta 14. Today's double bill: Radio Corax followed by Resonance FM.
17:30 Spitalfields ReSounded
19:00 Uncoordinated Universal Time
Anna Friz: Uncoordinated Universal Time.
00:00 Long Wave (double bill)
Double bill of long form music and sound works curated Mike Harding of Touch. More same time tomorrow.