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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.
 
The BPM-paced running music podcast that's meant for working out to the exact beat of great indie tunes and instrumentals.
 
An hour of fresh new tunes from BBC Music Introducing handpicked by Tom Robinson each week in the early hours of Monday morning.
 
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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
 
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.
 
The best of Radcliffe and Maconie; Intelligent music, conversation and a variety of guests. From BBC 6 Music
 
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The Roadhouse
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The finest blues you've never heard.
 
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Lauren Laverne
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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.
 
An exploration of early music, looking at early developments in musical performance and composition both in Britain and abroad
 
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Sound of Cinema
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Series of programmes exploring film music
 
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 ...
 
Supporting the Liverpool acoustic music scene
 
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The Verb
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Radio 3's cabaret of the word, featuring the best poetry, new writing and performance
 
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Dave's Lounge
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Sundays at 3:00 PM on WHUP FM 104.7, Hillisborough, NC.
 
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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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Music Matters
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The stories that matter, the people that matter, the music that matters
 
Unique studio sessions bringing together musicians who have never recorded together before to create spontaneous new hybrid music. From BBC Radio 3.
 
Discover classical music loved by celebrated guests from all walks of life. To hear the music in full go to BBC Playlister.
 
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. 628142
 
In honour of one of Britain's most iconic broadcasters, 6 Music presents this annual discussion on music and music-related media.
 
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. 286548
 
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Between the Ears
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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
 
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. 628142
 
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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 Katie Derham.
 
Sara Mohr-Pietsch interviews performers about their choral passions. The Choir programme broadcasts every Sunday at 4pm, exploring all things choral, with performances and...
 
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.
 
The official weekly showcase of the Association of Music Podcasting
 
Movie reviews from a real Chicagoan’s perspective.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Sonarchy Radio is a live performance broadcast that showcases many Northwest artists who are pushing the limits of music. 628142
 
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Best Of XRT
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Hear more from Lin Brehmer & Mary Dixon.
 
Indie Music. New Media. Music Biz. Nick Tann
 
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. 628142
 
93XRT’s weekly shot of Chicago music hosted by Richard Milne
 
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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This hour of The Roadhouse features mostly upbeat blues. I also have a lot of outstanding guitar and a couple of songs with strong messages. Fred Chapellier & The Gents feat Dale Blade, Bruce Katz Band, Tom Hambridge, John Clifton, Big George Jackson take the lead. For all the variety, the important thing to remember is consistency. The 707th R ...…
 
Twm Morys was brought up in the same village as Lloyd George, and in the essay 'Why the Lloyd George museum is so small' (Twm worked in the museum for a while), he explains that the former prime minister is not fondly remembered there. Some think that Lloyd George betrayed his country's cause in order to further himself in England and the Empir ...…
 
The Verb headed down to the Latitude Festival in Suffolk and popped up at their 'Speakeasy' spoken word stage. Joining Ian McMillan are:Luke WrightLatitude Festival veteran Luke Wright, who ran the Poetry Tent at the festival for eleven years. Luke performs from his new show 'Luke Wright@ Poet Laureate', and explains how he keeps his performanc ...…
 
San Bernardino County new fire tax proposed. Protest letter and form is difficult to find. Measure O School Bond. Taxpayers are still paying for a previous school bond.
 
This week we had Paul Weller in the studio picking an hour of his favourite tracks, and he chats to Lauren about his new album True Meanings and his first ever gig. Illustrator Chris Riddell joined us on Tuesday’s show where he draws the tracks played throughout the show, and The Friday Film Club returns with Chris Hewitt providing news of the ...…
 
DJ Kevin Cole lays down a new music mix that flows together into an expressive, wondrously beautiful whole. Take the journey with new music from Say Sue Me, Art d'Ecco, Ross From Friends, Laura Gibson, and more.1. Say Sue Me - Just Joking Around2. Our Girl - Our Girl 3. Ross From Friends - R.A.T.S.4. Art d'Ecco - Nobody's Home5. Blue J - Hard T ...…
 
Whitney Ballen - Rainier - from the 2018 album You're A Shooting Star, I'm A Sinking Ship on Father/Daughter Records/Substitute Scene Records.
 
Razor-sharp and bristling with intent, Washington D.C.'s Flasher exude an energy that belies their relatively short lifespan as a band. The trio join John Richards in the KEXP Live Room for a session featuring songs from their debut album, Constant Image. Recorded 07/20/2018. 4 songs - Pressure, Skim Milk, Who's Got Time?, Destroy…
 
The history of the Welsh people, from the year six hundred to the present, can be traced through poetry - there has not been one generation in that time in which poets haven't kept a record. In this series of Essays, poet and musician Twm Morys brings his personal perspective to five stories looking at aspects of the history of Wales over sever ...…
 
How Nietzsche might have responded to current debates, including Trump, 'post-truth', identity and Europe. Kwame Anthony Appiah talks about his new work on identity and biographer Sue Prideaux and philosophers Hugo Drochon and Katrina Mitcheson join Matthew Sweet to think about Nietzsche. I Am Dynamite! A Life of Nietzsche by Sue Prideaux is pu ...…
 
Tomberlin - Any Other Way - from the 2018 album At Weddings on Saddle Creek.
 
Twm Morys delves into the cultural links between Brittany and Wales, and looks into the story of St Teilo.Drawing on his experience of living in Brittany for ten years, Twm says that speaking Breton was like speaking Welsh after taking some psychedelic drug, and living there was like a Wales where Methodist chapels never happened. St Teilo fled ...…
 
Rana Mitter talks to poet and writer Ben Okri and writer and journalist Agnes Poirier about the contemporary resonance of The Outsider by Albert Camus (1913-1960), and as a new biography of the anthropological giant, Claude Levi-Strauss by Emmanuelle Loyer comes out in English, he talks to anthropologist, Adam Kuper about travel, anthropology a ...…
 
Sudakistan - Two Steps Back - from the 2018 album Swedish Cobra on PNKSLM Recordings.
 
DIY lifer Jeff Rosenstock has been shredding basements (and his vocal chords) for years, and his pointed, purposeful songwriting reflects the experience of a man who wants to change the world for the better one singalong at a time. Along with his band, Rosenstock joins Cheryl Waters in the KEXP Live Room for a set of three songs from his 2018 a ...…
 
The history of the Welsh people, from the year six hundred to the present, can be traced through poetry - there has not been one generation in that time in which poets haven't kept a record. In this series of Essays, poet and musician Twm Morys brings his personal perspective to five stories looking at aspects of the history of Wales over sever ...…
 
Ideas of tryanny, martyrdom, sin and grace in a new play set against Indian politics today and an exhibition which might be called pornographic. April De Angelis has relocated a Lope De Vega play to contemporary India, and a backdrop of political unrest. The original Fuenteovejuna was inspired by an incident in 1476 when inhabitants of a villag ...…
 
This week Albert Hammond Jr talks about the genesis of his album 'Francis Trouble'.Find out what pseudonym Cate Blanchett went under as a child. She chats with Jack Black about their new film 'The House with a Clock in Its Walls'.The Beta Band's classic 1998 compilation album The Three EP's has turned 20. An anniversary edition is out and found ...…
 
Bettany Hughes and Alex Clark discuss feminist retellings of The Iliad. Rachel Stirling reads extracts.
 
PURRPURR - Aldrig Som Dig - a 2018 single on Fading Trails Recordings.
 
The history of the Welsh people, from the year six hundred to the present, can be traced through poetry - there has not been one generation in that time in which poets haven't kept a record. In this series of Essays, poet and musician Twm Morys brings his personal perspective to five stories looking at aspects of the history of Wales over sever ...…
 
Drew Magary is a writer for GQ & Deadspin and is a noted music fan. His weekly Funbag & Jamboroo columns on Deadspin feature a song of the week and include artists like Bob Mould, Queens Of The Stone Age, Foo Fighters, Nirvana, and more. As someone who specializes in self-deprecation, Magary doesn't mind getting jabbed at for liking "dad rock" ...…
 
Smokescreens - Someone New - from the 2018 album Used To Yesterday on Slumberland Records.
 
Music from Jamendo. Theme song from Dan at DanOSongs.com. Tab – The Brink Sam Garbett – I Wanna Be Loving You Professor Kliq – Satellite Two Square a Saw – The Tide Tony Petersen – James Alley Blues So Far As I Know – The Great AscendingBy Matt Brier.
 
An hour of top tunes from Zola Blood , Jade Bird , Tirzah , Hope Tala , Koates , Jack Jones , Tertia May , Oscar , Jvck James , Husky Loops ,Kid Bracer , P-Rallel ,Dahlia Sleeps , Honey Moon , Run Child Run & Ruby Francis chosen by Jess Iszatt and Andy Backhouse from The BBC Introducing Uploader
 
Music from local artists Ant Hill Bros, Ornament, Gibson and Camp, Tim Easton, Sibleys, Telekin, Jon Wytock, John Juke Logan and more. Stick a little local in your weekend!
 
A MANY MOODS MIXED BAG! Featuring: Velvet Underground, Velvelettes, Stanley Brothers, The Choir, Bert Jansch, Slim Smith, Beach Boys, Bertha Tillman, Paul McCartney, Ral Donner, Anton Karas, ESG, Marty Robbins, The Persuasions, Alan Vega, Ann Peebles, Harry Belefonte, and Herman's Hermits. All coming to you from the Relay Shack!…
 
Writer and producer Mary Colwell explores the relationship between nature and creativity, and asks, as nature disappears, are we compromising our ability to express ourselves in art, music and literature? Since the 1970s the world has lost half of the mass of wildlife on earth, so is this affecting human creativity?The opening to Beethoven’s gr ...…
 
Michael Berkeley’s guest is Bella Hardy, a passionate interpreter of traditional songs who has also blossomed into an accomplished songwriter, drawing on the Peak District, where she grew up, as well as influences from as far away as Nashville and China.Despite being only in her early thirties Bella has nine acclaimed solo albums to her name. S ...…
 
It's another hour in The Roadhouse. Along with a big bunch of contemporary artists, I've got a 4-track set of more traditional post-war blues, and a closing set that's three-quarters female. Most importantly, though, this is yet another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 706th Roadhouse.…
 
Kate Molleson meets conductor Neeme Järvi - a towering figure in Estonian music, patriarch of a conducting dynasty, and the recent recipient of a Gramophone Lifetime Achievement Award. On the centenary of Estonian independence, he talks to Kate about the country's political history and musical culture, and how it has shaped his life in music.Jo ...…
 
Writer Polly Coles explores the curious coexistence of public grandeur and personal domesticity in The Church, her final essay in this series about Italy’s public spaces. Italy is a country that famously lives out of doors. Its public spaces are prized and replicated far beyond its borders, and the world flocks to partake of its vivid, shared l ...…
 
Ian McMillan is joined by Michael Palin on the language of 19th century Naval officers (drunk and sober), ‘Rule Britannia’, and a remarkable ship called ‘Erebus’, He's also joined by beatboxer Jason Singh who uses his voice to create an astonishing maritime soundscape, by Oscar-winning composer Anne Dudley who celebrates the yearning of First W ...…
 
In Studio Guests: Donna Munoz, Measure O Bond campaign chair and Liz Meyer, President of the Copper Mountain College board. Topics Discussed: Measure O is a 62 million dollar school bond measure for Morongo Unified School District that will be on the November ballot. Improved security and safety due to fear of school shootings and invasions. Ne ...…
 
Legendary Orbital joins Lauren in the 6 Music Live Room for a chat and Wooden Shjips speak about the process of making their latest album ‘V’. Huw Stephens in for Lauren on Wednesday, speaks to Maribou State about the writing process of their new album ‘Kingdoms in Colour’ and the influence of nightlife and nightclubs on their music…
 
Sean Rafferty presents the In Tune Highlights, bringing you a top selection from the best musicians on the show. This week features former BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist, pianist Pavel Kolesnikov; Canadian baritone and star of Last Night of the Proms, Gerald Finley; genre-defying pianist Chilly Gonzales; and the internationally-celebrated Fi ...…
 
Donald Macleod explores the conflicted relationships and mysteries in the life of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.Donald begins this week’s episode by looking at Tchaikovsky’s early years as a civil servant, wrestling with the tension between his desire to compose music and his responsibilities as a bureaucrat in St Petersburg. We hear about some of t ...…
 
SÁVILA - Carnival - from the 2018 self-released album SÁVILA LP.
 
Sublime guitars, processed beats, and resonant tones echo through Cheryl Waters' latest Music That Matters mix, featuring new songs from NAVVI, Cloud Nothings, OCNotes, and Our Girl. 1. Planes on Paper - All That's Flesh Is Grass2. OCNotes - True To Life3. Foxing - Heartbeats4. NAVVI - Us5. Wye Oak - Symmetry6. David Bazan - Thread7. Lala Lala ...…
 
Vivid and direct, The Make It All Show, the fifth album from the Oklahoma outfit Skating Polly, is perhaps the band's most vibrant and incisive set of songs to date. In this session, the trio play four songs from the album in the KEXP Live Room with Troy Nelson. Recorded 08/16/2018. 4 songs - Little Girl Blue and the Battle Envy, Free Will At E ...…
 
Writer Polly Coles reads The Garden her fourth essay about Italy’s public spaces. Italian gardens have a long cultural history which is very different from that of Britain. Italy is a country that famously lives out of doors. Its public spaces are prized and replicated far beyond its borders, and the world flocks to partake of its vivid, shared ...…
 
The author of Birdsong talks to Anne McElvoy in one of the first conversations about his new novel. Sebastian Faulks discusses depicting France past and present from World War I to Algeria and immigration now as he publishes his latest novel called Paris Echo. Recorded with an audience at the BBC Proms. Producer: Fiona McLean…
 
Niña Dioz - Tambalea (feat. Lido Pimienta and Ceci Bastida) - from the 2018 album Reyna on Nacional Records.
 
Writer Polly Coles reads Walls, the third of her essays about Italy’s public spaces, in which she explores the history and fundamental ambiguity in the idea of a city wall. Italy is a country that famously lives out of doors. Its public spaces are prized and replicated far beyond its borders, and the world flocks to partake of its vivid, shared ...…
 
Deborah Frances-White host of podcast The Guilty Feminist joins Catherine Fletcher. Novelist Michèle Roberts reviews a portrait of artist Louise Bourgeois woven from conversations, and comedian and classicist Natalie Haynes discusses co-writing a modern political comedy based on The Assembly Women by Aristophanes, whilst Jeanie O'Hare talks abo ...…
 
Los Blenders - Ya No Te Quiero - from the 2017 self-released album Ha Sido.
 
Wand's gauzy psych-outs can range from crushing to calming but the constant in their chaos is just how fluidly they can move to strength to strength. The Los Angeles quintet join Troy Nelson in the KEXP Live Room for a massive set featuring four songs from their latest LP, Plum, and their 2018 EP, Perfume. Recorded 08/02/2018. 5 songs - High Ri ...…
 
Writer Polly Coles reads her second essays about Italy’s public spaces: La Strada (The Road) is a place of exile, loss, transition and vision beyond the civilized confines of the city. Italy is a country that famously lives out of doors. Its public spaces are prized and replicated far beyond its borders, and the world flocks to partake of its v ...…
 
A silent room and a design to encourage disobedience are amongst the exhibits that Matthew Sweet and Laurence Scott visit at the London Design Biennale as they consider the role of Design in the week the V&A opens a new museum in Dundee. New Generation Thinker Kylie Murray talks about her discoveries of scribblings in the margins of books and w ...…
 
The Chamanas - Alas De Hierro - from the 2016 album Once Once on Los Maxicos.
 
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