Sunday, 12 February 2017

Sat 18 Feb - DIY TOURS OF EUROPE: Welsh Song in the Alternative Scene

Musician Efa Tomos, aka Efa Supertramp talks zines, touring and songwriting in Welsh. How to seek a free life in 2017 playing in protests, squats, street corners, festivals at the grass roots of gigging.

Tuesday, 7 February 2017

Sat 11 Feb - The British Romantic Attitude to Crime: DUNCAN CAMPBELL

A discursive investigation into British attitudes to crime, and the ideal of the romantic villain. Concentrating on 20th and 21st century felonry in London we consider attitudes towards law-breakers in real life and fiction.

Tuesday, 31 January 2017

Sat 4 Feb - CHINESE OPEN: Underground art in the State of the Rooster

Artists Alina Gavrietalos and Andrew Stys discuss the current  exhibition featuring over hundred underground artists in the Q-Park beneath Leicester Square, and discuss how we are making art at the beginning of the Rooster era. Plus a live experimental composition echoing the world wake-up call of the cockerel.

Sat 28 Jan - YOUNG ALFRED HITCHCOCK: Discussing Bio-Fiction

Author Deborah Lawrenson discusses the rise in biofiction and 'The Adventures of Young Alfred Hitchcock'. Looking at historical fiction and the current developments in prequel and series writing. Casting an eye on how London, particularly the East End, appears in TV, film and novels.

Sunday, 8 January 2017

Sat 14 Jan - ENEMY AND MELODY: Tom Fawcett (Artrocker) on Music Journalism

Tom Fawcett in discursive mode on music papers, media and reportage during his lifetime and possibly beyond.

Thursday, 5 January 2017

Sat 7 Jan - BIRD NEWS #2 with Catherine Clover

Birds as messengers in science and meta-narrativesPlus a brief selected review of outdoor writing now and thenThe show features an impromptu composition created live on air.

Tuesday, 20 December 2016

Sat 17 Dec - LOOKING BACK: Writers Read their Own Work


Experiments in news and arts with Jude Cowan Montague.

A selection of literature read by writers on the show during 2016. With contributions from Paul Burston, Emma Roper-Evans, Deborah Lawrenson, George Szirtes and Duncan Campbell.