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The Radio 3 Documentary
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Exploring different aspects of history, science, philosophy and the arts.
 
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Arts and Ideas
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The best of BBC Radio 3's flagship arts and ideas programme Free Thinking - featuring in-depth interviews and debates with artists, scientists and public figures.
 
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The Essay
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Leading writers on arts, history, philosophy, science, religion and beyond, themed across a week - insight, opinion and intellectual surprise
 
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Composer of the Week
Monthly+
 
BBC Radio 3's Composer Of The Week is a guide to composers and their music. The podcast is compiled from the week's programmes and published on Friday, it is only available in the UK.
 
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The JogTunes Indie Podcast
Monthly
 
The BPM-paced running music podcast that's meant for working out to the exact beat of great indie tunes and instrumentals.
 
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Radcliffe and Maconie
Monthly
 
The best of Radcliffe and Maconie; Intelligent music, conversation and a variety of guests. From BBC 6 Music
 
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The Roadhouse
Weekly
 
The finest blues you've never heard.
 
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Tom Robinson Introducing...
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BBC Radio 6 Music's free weekly mixtape: an hour of fresh new tunes from BBC Introducing, handpicked by Tom Robinson each week in the early hours of Monday morning
 
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Lauren Laverne
Monthly
 
A journey through the finest bits of Lauren’s weekday morning show from BBC 6 Music. A cast of colourful characters, epic tunes and genuinely great guests awaits.
 
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The Early Music Show
Monthly
 
An exploration of early music, looking at early developments in musical performance and composition both in Britain and abroad
 
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spotlight – Liverpool Acoustic
 
Supporting the Liverpool acoustic music scene
 
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Dave's Lounge
Monthly+
 
Sundays at 3:00 PM on WHUP FM 104.7, Hillisborough, NC.
 
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Sound of Cinema
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Series of programmes exploring film music
 
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The Many Moods of Ben Vaughn hosted by Ben Vaughn
 
Ben Vaughn is a man of many moods -- and many hats. He produces and hosts The Many Moods of Ben Vaughn, a weekly, hour-long eclectic mix of music featuring rock, blues, jazz, folk, soul, rhythm and blues, country, bossa nova, movie soundtracks, easy listening and more, all peppered with his twisted musicological slant. His show is currently heard in seven markets and is now proudto be part of the Z107.7 family, Sundays from 3 to 4 p.m. The Many Moods of Ben Vaughn is now podcasting courtesy ...
 
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The Verb
Weekly
 
Radio 3's cabaret of the word, featuring the best poetry, new writing and performance
 
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Music Matters
Rare
 
The stories that matter, the people that matter, the music that matters
 
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Private Passions
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Guests from all walks of life discuss their musical loves and hates, and talk about the influence music has had on their lives
 
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KEXP Song of the Day
Daily
 
KEXP's Song of the Day podcast features exclusive in-studio performances, unreleased songs, and recordings from independent musicians that KEXP thinks listeners should hear along with songs from more well-known artists.
 
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The John Peel Lecture
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In honour of one of Britain's most iconic broadcasters, 6 Music presents this annual discussion on music and music-related media.
 
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Late Junction Sessions
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Unique studio sessions bringing together musicians who have never recorded together before to create spontaneous new hybrid music. From BBC Radio 3.
 
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My Essential Classics
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Discover classical music loved by celebrated guests from all walks of life. To hear the music in full go to BBC Playlister.
 
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KEXP Presents Music That Matters
 
Straight from the knowledgeable KEXP DJs to your ears, now you can listen to a wonderfully eclectic mix of full length songs. KEXP brings you the music that matters from some of its favorite artists from the Pacific Northwest and around the world. See what KEXP's all about at KEXP.ORG.
 
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Between the Ears
Rare
 
Celebrating 20 years of innovative and thought-provoking features that make adventurous use of sound and explore a wide variety of subjects. Made by leading radio producers
 
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KEXP Live Performances Podcast
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Every week KEXP hosts live performances from our studios and now you can take them with you. With roughly 200 performances each year, KEXP boasts an impressive line-up of guests. Go to KEXP.ORG for a list of upcoming performances.
 
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In Tune Highlights
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Highlights from BBC Radio 3’s In Tune - featuring interviews with guests from the world of music and the arts. In Tune is presented by Sean Rafferty and Suzy Klein.
 
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The Choir - The Choral Interview
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Sara Mohr-Pietsch interviews performers about their choral passions. The Choir programme broadcasts every Sunday at 4pm, exploring all things choral, with performances and...
 
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The Justin Wayne Show | Music's Independent Spirit
 
Join Justin Wayne and his colleagues every Monday at 8pm GMT (3pm EST) as they uncover the underground and independent music scene, showcasing independent punk, rock, hip hop, pop, and acoustic. Joined by voice and musical talent spanning the globe, it’s a fresh, new indie music show each week. Check out the site for complete playlists, artists’ links, reviews, columns, news and more! http://thejustinwayneshow.com. Always podcasting and now streaming live. The Justin Wayne Show: Music’s Inde ...
 
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The Proms Podcast
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Composer and comedian Vikki Stone unbuttons the BBC Proms and asks the questions everyone else is afraid to ask.
 
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AMPed New Music Weekly
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The official weekly showcase of the Association of Music Podcasting
 
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Edinburgh Man Podcasts
Monthly
 
An indie music podcast. Made in Edinburgh in Scotland, but with podsafe music from all over the world. Will our host make it through to the end without making any mistakes? It's unlikely, but the only way to find out is to listen.
 
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Going To The Show with A Regular Guy on 93XRT
 
Movie reviews from a real Chicagoan’s perspective.
 
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Z107.7 FM Up Close Show hosted by Gary Daigneault
 
The Z107.7 FM Up Close Show is a weekly forum to discuss issues important to citizens of the Morongo Basin. To join the discussion, call 366-8471. Tune in to Up Close Friday mornings from 10 to 11 a.m. with your host Gary Daigneault. KCDZ 107.7 FM, Your Community Radio Station. Look for our Podcast online at kcdzfm.com or in the iTunes Store.
 
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KEXP Presents Sonarchy Radio
Weekly
 
Sonarchy Radio is a live performance broadcast that showcases many Northwest artists who are pushing the limits of music.
 
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Is This Thing On Podcast
Monthly
 
Indie Music. New Media. Music Biz. Nick Tann
 
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KEXP Presents Mind Over Matters Sustainability Segment
 
The Sustainability Segment presents one-on-one interviews with inspiring leaders and grass roots activists on a variety of environmental, social, and economic issues affecting life and the future of our planet.
 
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The Morning Show on 93XRT
Weekly+
 
Hear more from Lin Brehmer & Mary Dixon.
 
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Local Anesthetic on 93XRT
Weekly
 
93XRT’s weekly shot of Chicago music hosted by Richard Milne
 
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Z107.7 FM Local Music Showcase hosted by Pat Michaels
 
Did you know the Morongo Basin is full of talented musicians? Tune in to the Local Music Showcase on Z107.7 FM every Sunday from 4-5 pm to hear the unique sounds of the desert on the only Morongo Basin program just for local artists! Each week, Pat Michaels brings you new releases, a wide variety of musical genres, a calendar of live music events, guest interviews and even live performances by local musicians. Would you like to get your music heard on the Z107.7 Local Music Showcase? Log on ...
 
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Latest Episodes from 93XRT
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The latest podcast updates from XRT
 
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Idiosyncratic Transmissions
Daily+
 
Bringing the eclectic straight to your ears
 
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Ian McMillan presents a special extended edition of Radio 3's The Verb recorded as part of Contains Strong Language, a season of poetry and performance from Hull, UK City of Culture 2017.Ian McMillan is joined by a host of spoken word talent to celebrate the story of spoken-word performance in the UK on the 35th anniversary of 'Apples and Snake ...…
 
On Monday we were joined by producer, DJ, label boss, remixer and Trash Master Erol Alkan. He picked some of his favourite tunes from last few decades, discussed Ride being in his shed, and the tracks he used to play for his mum. Friday Film Club’s Chris Hewitt reviews this week’s releases, including Suburbicon, Battle of the Sexes, and a Coen- ...…
 
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Composer of the Week
 
Donald Macleod and Brian Priestley celebrate the centenary of jazz legend Thelonious Monk
 
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KEXP Presents Music That Matters
 
Cheryl Waters' final mix of 2017 is a wild one, with dreamy and heavy sounds taking you on a looping, rollicking ride with new tunes from A Giant Dog, Mister Heavenly, and Nick Hakim. 1. Nick Hakim feat. Jesse and Forever - Miss Chew2. Nearby - Breakers3. Gordi - Heaven I Know4. Mister Heavenly - Makin' Excuses5. Tomo Nakayama - Pieces of Sky6. ...…
 
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KEXP Song of the Day
 
Typhoon - Rorschach - from the 2018 album Offerings on Roll Call Records.
 
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KEXP Live Performances Podcast
 
Named after the informal moniker of the musicians who helped him make the record, Floating Harmonies is one of Júnrus Meyvant's finest records, living up to its title's description of aqueous, serene melodies. Performing a stripped down set in the KEXP Live Room, Meyvant and his band play three tracks from the record (and an unreleased tune) an ...…
 
All the established religions teach some form of existence after life, from concepts of heaven and hell to theories of reincarnation. Common to all is the principle that good or bad actions in this life will have repercussions after death. But how relevant are these theories of the afterlife to the world we live in now? New developments in scie ...…
 
Philip Dodd looks at 2000 years of Arab Christians, at the modern rise of Pentecostalism and a novel depicting a man who decides to build a new church. Laura Premack from Lancaster University researches pentecostalism in Brazil, Nigeria and the USA. Neil Griffiths is author of a novel called As a God Might Be. Aurélie Clemente-Ruiz is Director ...…
 
Anaïs Vila to launch new album next month with help from some friends from Lipa Liverpool Acoustic are delighted to present the UK launch of the brand new album from talented singer-songwriter Anaïs Vila. This exciting evening of music is happening at 81 Renshaw on Friday 1st December 2017. Hailing from Catalonia, Anaïs Vila has a degree in Jou ...…
 
Alex Lahey - Every Day's The Weekend - from the 2017 album I Love You Like A Brother on Dead Oceans.
 
All the established religions teach some form of existence after life, from concepts of heaven and hell to theories of reincarnation. Common to all is the principle that good or bad actions in this life will have repercussions after death. But how relevant are these theories of the afterlife to the world we live in now? New developments in scie ...…
 
Kelly and Zach Weinersmith share visions of the future with Rana Mitter. Plus former Australian PM Kevin Rudd on power and what images does Finland conjure 100 years after independence? We hear from Pauliina Stahlberg, Director of the Finnish Institute and Anne Robbins, curator of Lake Keitele: A Vision of Finland which runs at the National Gal ...…
 
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KEXP Live Performances Podcast
 
It's hard to think of a local band that's emerged as explosively this year on KEXP as Great Grandpa, but it's not hard to see why. The quintet write crunchy, catchy, and thoughtful songs, of which there are 10 on their stellar debut Plastic Cough. Four of those air during this session with on the Morning Show with John Richards which also featu ...…
 
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KEXP Song of the Day
 
Hey Elbow - Quest - a 2017 single on Adrian Recordings.
 
All the established religions teach some form of existence after life, from concepts of heaven and hell to theories of reincarnation. Common to all is the principle that good or bad actions in this life will have repercussions after death. But how relevant are these theories of the afterlife to the world we live in now? New developments in scie ...…
 
New Generation Thinkers Shahidha Bari & Laurence Scott consider how archives come to life with events from the Being Human Festival including klezmer music, stories from conflict in Northern Ireland and voices from marginalised communities.
 
GDJYB - That Day I Went To His Funeral - from the 2016 album 23:59 Before Tomorrow on Redline Music Limited.
 
For the November 19 broadcast of Dave’s Lounge on WHUP, I take a look back at my trip to DJX Fusion Weekend in Philadelphia and one of the most interesting DJ experiments I’ve ever experienced. If you missed the full broadcast, you can hear my live 2:00 AM mix from that weekend on the Dave’s Lounge Mixcloud page. The podcast edition does featur ...…
 
All the established religions teach some form of existence after life, from concepts of heaven and hell to theories of reincarnation. Common to all is the principle that good or bad actions in this life will have repercussions after death. But how relevant are these theories of the afterlife to the world we live in now? New developments in scie ...…
 
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The Morning Show on 93XRT
 
The City plans to sue US Steel over a pair of chemical spills in Lake Michigan. The Tribune reported that last month the US Steel plant in Portage kept its latest chromium spill a secret from federal regulators. Plus the rest of the day's news, sports and weather forecast.
 
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KEXP Presents Mind Over Matters Sustainability Segment
 
Guest Paul Wolfe, Senior Policy Specialist at the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition, speaks with Diane Horn about the Coalition's policy platform for the 2018 Farm Bill.
 
Curtis Harding - On and On - from the 2017 album Face Your Fear on ANTI-.
 
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KEXP Presents Sonarchy Radio
 
New music for jazz quartet performed by Kate Olson (soprano sax), Matt Endahl (piano), Gary Prince (guitar), and Tim Cohen (drum set).
 
Music from Jamendo, Free Music Archive, and the artists. Theme song from Dan at DanOSongs.com. Ivan Tregub – Track #4 Natus – Into the Wind RVNS – Breathe In Soularflair – The Scream That Shakes The Soul Simon Mathewson – Beanbag Fight Mosquito Cabaret – River KingBy Matt Brier.
 
An hour of top tunes from SLOWLIGHTS, ANIMAL NOISE, ECKOES ft MAYA ANGELOU, REIGEN, K. ANDERSON, NOTHING ABOUT ME, FIGHTING PILOT , HIZZLE, THE BEELIPS,THE FEDERATION OF SALVATION , CIARAN AUSTIN , JEMMA FREEMAN+THE COSMIC SOMETHING , WHITE KITE ,THE EMPIRE POLICE , RICHARD MICHAEL DALY , SØLV & FLOWERMOUTH feat WES PARHAM , handpicked by Tom R ...…
 
Spotlight on Joshua Tree singer Gene Evaro Jr. Brand new music and a sonic journey back through his most recent albums! Come now, HEAR the local!
 
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The Many Moods of Ben Vaughn hosted by Ben Vaughn
 
A MANY MOODS MIXED BAG! Featuring: The Kinks, Willie Nelson, Lesley Gore, The Byrds, Stick McGhee, 13th Floor Elevators, J.B. Lenoir, Wilson Pickett, Suicide,Linda Gail Lewis, Syd Barrett, The McCoys, Ennio Morricone, Gene Clark, and Dr. John The Night Tripper.
 
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The Radio 3 Documentary
 
Ian Sansom attempts to resurrect the spirit of poet Vladimir Mayakovsky
 
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Private Passions
 
As part of Radio 3's coverage of the London Jazz Festival, Michael Berkeley talks to the saxophonist and bass clarinettist John Surman, who over a career of dizzying versatility that spans more than fifty years, has shown us just how many different ways jazz can be made. Surman's hundreds of recordings include solos with synthesizers, saxophone ...…
 
Karl Marx's penultimate journey was as a corpse in a coffin being trundled up the very steep hill of Highgate to what should have been his last resting place - a three-guinea plot in Highgate's East Cemetery - in March 1883, buried alongside his wife Jenny von Westphalen. The next year a memorial procession to his grave was turned away, but eve ...…
 
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The Roadhouse
 
It's late in the year but the lineup of great new blues just doesn't stop. Madtown Mannish Boys, Doug MacLeod & Denny McCroy, Likho Duo, The Blues Reincarnation Project, and Benny Turner are all ahead in the hour. You know, I do love all kinds of music, but five days out from Thanksgiving in the US, I'm feeling especially thankful to be able de ...…
 
Presented by Tom Service.Tom meets the celebrated conductor Bernard Haitink who talks about how conducting is a strange profession, the differences between his many orchestras and despite 6 decades at the very top of his game admits he still gets nervous before rehearsals. He also shows Tom round his treasured wall of composer letters and autog ...…
 
Ten contemporary cultural specialists look back at the impact of the Russian Revolution of 1917 on artists of the time - in film, theatre, poetry, dance and beyond.Writer, composer and silent movie accompanist Neil Brand weighs up propaganda versus artistic invention in the re-enactment of the Revolution at the heart of Eisenstein's classic fil ...…
 
Ian McMillan explores the language of the 'unseen' in film, drama, song and poetry. Film director Mark Cousins considers the moment when the 'unseen' becomes the 'seen' in film and photography, Isobel Rogers performs songs which satirise 'selfie' culture, writer Glen Neath takes us behind the scenes of the drama 'Seance' - staged in a dark ship ...…
 
On Monday we were joined by 24 year old Californian Angelo De Augustine. He shared stories of his musical mother – who sang with Aretha Franklin – and remembers recording new album, Swim Inside the Moon, in the bath. Chris Hewitt reviews this week’s film releases, including Justice League, and Lauren's film of the year Paddington 2. But we star ...…
 
A new survey suggests at least a third of us will walk into the kitchen and get very interested in mashing the potatoes rather than discuss politics with Uncle Hank. Plus the rest of the day's news (trigger warning: politics), sports and weather forecast.
 
Stories of objects, ghosts and histories lost and found recorded on location in Portsmouth's most haunted house, the site of a sacrifice in Canterbury and at the TfL Lost Luggage Office. Presenter Matthew Sweet meets academics taking part in Being Human which showcases research from universities around the UK.How can the reflections of a warrio ...…
 
Donald and Marina Frolova-Walker look at the lives and masterpieces of the musicians.
 
Shenandoah Davis - Orbit - from the 2017 album Souvenirs on Plume Records.
 
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KEXP Live Performances Podcast
 
“I'm just writing to write and to let that be heard.” Luz Elena Mendoza says she processes events and experiences pretty quickly, and it shows in her songs, full of musical ideas with vibrant energy. The Y La Bamba leader clearly has a lot to say, and in this session with DJ Sharlese on Audioasis, she and her band play four new songs and discus ...…
 
John in the Morning invades your "Dreams" and insists "You Would Have To Lose Your Mind" to "Poor the War Away" "In Another Century" which sends us back to "Primeval" times where it's a "Private Understanding" that one must "Bendover" when you are sent a "Dispatch From Mar-A-Lago" that has a picture of dice rolled to "Snake Eyes" on it. It's th ...…
 
Ten contemporary cultural specialists look back at the impact of the Russian Revolution of 1917 on artists of the time - in film, theatre, poetry, dance and beyond. Political commentator and historian Tariq Ali recalls a tour of Constructivist Moscow in the 1980s that introduced him to the work of revolutionary architect Moisei Ginzburg.Part of ...…
 
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Radcliffe and Maconie
 
Stuart with Kamasi Washington, Adam Hodson of Warm Digits, DJ Yoda, and Pauline Murray
 
Maybe we can live on Ross 128-B when it all goes down on Earth. Plus the rest of the day's news, sports and weather forecast.
 
Ten contemporary cultural specialists look back at the impact of the Russian Revolution of 1917 on artists of the time - in film, theatre, poetry, dance and beyond. Ceramicist Claire Curneen tells the strange story of the Imperial Porcelain Factory in Petrograd that was renamed the State Porcelain Factory in 1917. She examines two dinner plates ...…
 
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KEXP Song of the Day
 
Metz - Cellophane - from the 2017 album Strange Peace on Sub Pop.
 
BBC Head of News, James Harding, offers his verdict of a new stage version of Network, starring Bryan Cranston. Philosopher, Gloria Origgi, considers the importance of reputation in the digital age. Plus, presenter Rana Mitter meets with the 'father of Virtual Reality', Jaron Lanier. Jaron Lanier's books include You Are Not a Gadget, Who Owns t ...…
 
Dig the rock from Bad Mother's new 7" plus the latest from Glass Eyes, Pool Holograph, Joel Paterson, Sidewalk Chalk, and Leonum on this past Sunday night's Local Anesthetic.
 
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Edinburgh Man Podcasts
 
In which I pause the podcast after two minutes to go and make a cup of tea. 1. Sleepover Club – “Daisy” (Played courtesy of Sleepover Club, Released under a Creative Commons licence) 2. Just Blankets – “Short Walks” (Played courtesy of Just Blankets, Released under a Creative Commons licence) 3. entertainment for the braindead – “Hands” (Played ...…
 
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The Morning Show on 93XRT
 
The CTA hasn't raised its base fare since 2009. Regional Transit Authority bosses say it's the only way to fill the CTA's budget deficit. Plus the rest of the day's news, sports and weather forecast.
 
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