In which I say goodbye to my good friend, musical collaborator, and purveyor of fine nonsense emails, Mr Steve Taylor. The show features music by the man himself and a few tunes that he chose to share with his friends … Continue reading →[Read More...]
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In which talking books are talked about with Lily Ridett; Nora Flaherty reads us Chickenhead; Dr Geoff scratches an itch for etchings with Escher; Pasquale introduces Casino Royale; and over three millenia of music is played.
In which we talk roller derby with Sarah Ada; Emma Jarvis reads us Decisions; Dr Geoff takes us to see an 18th century panorama; Pasquale introduces Balaperdida; and cruel and unusual music is played.
In which Imperial Stromtrooper Jon Christian talks about the Empire’s charity outreach work; Alan Wallace reads us his piece, Antipathy; Dr Geoff goes Dutch with Mondrian’s st, st, studio; Pasquale introduces Buddha Stick; and the strangest variety music is played.
In which foley artist Ruth Sullivan talks about how movie sound magic is made; Alysia Heatherington reads us her piece, Supercalifragilistic; Dr Geoff is wild about Matisse’s cutouts; Pasquale introduces Naples natives Almamegretta; and a mystery variety pack of music is played.
In which marine biologist Rachel Jones talks about her conservation work; Nora Flaherty reads us her poem; Dr Geoff introduces us to conceptual artist Michael Craig-Martin; Pasquale introduces Driving Miss Satan; and strange and wonderful music is played.
In which art conservator Caroline Rae talks about her amazing job; Alan Wallace reads his dark story, Go, Go, Go; Dr Geoff educates us on British pop artist Richard Hamilton; Pasquale introduces Disciplinatha; and strange and wonderful music is played.
In which cartoonist Banci talks about his macabre comic art; Emma Jarvis reads her new story, Cracking; Dr Geoff educates us on Scottish/Canadian artist Peter Doig; Pasquale introduces 99 Posse; and cool and unlikely music is played.
In which I interview filmmaker Mark Street; Dr Geoff Snell talks about the artist Jeremy Deller; Pasquale introduces us to Italian band Afterhours; Alan Wallace reads from Simon Fitzpatrick’s writings about motorbiking across South America, and fantastic music is played. All that in one hour. Cheap at half the price.
In which I interview actress, activist and playwright, Lucy Sheen; Dr Geoff Snell talks about the artist Georg Baselitz; Pasquale introduces us to the work of the poet Dario Iacobelli and Emma Jarvis reads us one of his poems; Nora Flaherty reads one of her poems, and fantastic music is played. All that in one hour. Now that’s value for money.