Resonance FM: Everything
Summary: Every single Resonance FM show which has ever been released as a podcast.
Panel Borders: Funny Monsters Zoom Concluding a month of shows looking at children’s comics, Alex Fitch talks to a pair of cartoonists who both publish ‘traditional’ style British anthology comics in the style of The Dandy and other weekly titles. Joe Matthews discusses Funny Monsters Comic, a new periodical that mixes comedy / horror strips […]
Panel Borders: Editing Psycho Gran Continuing a month of shows looking at children’s comics, Alex Fitch talks to cartoonist and comic book editor David Leach about his career so far. Alex and David discuss the latter’s most famous character Psycho Gran, her appearances in family comics from Oink! to Aces Weekly, animating Henry’s Cat with […]
Team OLL is on a creative streak with season eleven. After last week's discovery of #networking, Ste decided to invent a new catchphrase. That he had been shouting to us constantly for the past ten seasons but we finally noticed that he was there. Also, those of you who write fanfic about us may be interested to know that one of Team OLL is having a sleepover at another's house. It will disappoint Stimon worshippers though. This week's Super-Special Guest was Phil Robb from Turtle Rock Studios. We were the final stop on his world wide promotional tour so naturally we offered him a good rub down. After such a good start to the interview we then confused him about how we pronounce 'exception', he spoiled Left 4 Dead 2 for you and we found out what his co-operative and competitive shooter Evolve is going to be like. But does he swear? In terms of features we had Sega Badawi, the second installment of Game Under and a returning contributor who isn't Derek Williams. Ste also realised that we could perhaps monetise our reviews, but then forgets about it and we also remembered to do some work on the official One Life Left game (which is to raise money for the excellent Resonance FM). Cheerio! Team OLL x Links: https://twitter.com/FilRobb https://www.turtlerockstudios.com/ http://fundraiser.resonance.fm/ Track listing: 1. Uncle Bibby - Repeep http://chipmusic.org/unclebibby/music/repeep-nanoloop-ios 2. Fearofdark - Love Sickness http://chipmusic.org/fearofdark/music/lovesickness-[2a03] 3. Motionride - 2d Glitch http://chipmusic.org/motionride/music/2d-glitch-[edm-chiptune] 4. Mills DJ - Abuse http://chipmusic.org/mills+dj/music/mills-dj---abuse
Statistics tell us that for the same distance travelled you're more likely to come to physical harm on a bike than on most other modes of transport. But even so, crashes are quite rare. Much more common yet much less studied and understood, are the almost crashes, the near misses, that are so much a part of the experience of cycling in Britain. The Near Miss Project is an academic-led study that seeks to find out more about the experience of near misses. Joining host Jack Thurston to look more deeply at near misses and perceptions of road safety among cyclists are Dr Rachel Aldred, of University of Westminster, Dr Kat Jungnickel of Goldsmiths College and John Dales, a leading UK traffic engineer and transport planner.
featuring celer, absolute value of noise, anna friz, glenn gear, frédéric nogray, yannick dauby, kate carr, sounds from the aporee soundmaps, and a framework introduction recorded in france by stéphane marin.
The Sound Projector Radio Show Friday 23rd January 2015 Maurice Louca, ‘Maxim’ From Salute The Parrot, UK NAWA RECORDINGS NAWA002CD (2014) Yannis Kyriakides with Andy Moor, ‘Doorways Make You Forget’ From A Life Is A Billion Heartbeats, NETHERLAND UNSOUNDS 47u CD (2014) Thought Broadcast, ‘Forged Body’ From Votive Zero, AUSTRIA EDITIONS MEGO eMEGO 182 LP […]
Offshore vs football in the January 2015 Taxcast: how offshore is ruining the ‘Beautiful Game’ – the Taxcast scrutinises football’s own goal. Also: how banks with criminal convictions are being allowed to continue to handle your money, how people may…Read more ›
It's a whole new season for a whole new One Life Left! We start season eleven with great news - we're going to China. Apparently the far east has yet to pick up on the karaoke craze and as part of our networking at our corporate event last week we have been handed an incredible opportunity. We also picked up a new joke so it was a highly productive session. And to celebrate the new season we had a Super-Special Guest join us. And the lucky SSG was Catharina Due Bøhler from Shadow Puppeteer developers Sarepta studio. She started off fairly quiet, but soon proved to be as potty mouthed as all Norwegians are. Even worse she was highly offensive about our protege. Not Parko, the other one. The lethal one. In between her offending the nation we also managed to find some information about her excellent game Shadow Puppeteer. In addition to Catharina we celebrated Ann being confirmed as one of the top ten women in the top one hundred women in videogames, Ste chaired a mini debate on Hotline Miami 2 and Non-Intern Simon's on/off love affair with Nintendo continued. Sega Badawi provided the latest local news and we had a new feature! Which was Duncan McKenzie's excellent Game Under. Cheerio! Team OLL x Links: https://twitter.com/cathinshadow http://shadowpuppeteer.com/ Track list: 1. Klamm - Just Chill http://chipmusic.org/klamm/music/just-chill 2. jmr- Nothing Can Be Fixed Here. God, Burn! http://chipmusic.org/jmr/music/nothing-can-be-fixed-here-god-burn!
first afield for 2015, produced in scotland by regular contributor mark vernon. for more info see http://www.meagreresource.com.
Panel Borders: Musical Monsters, Walruses and Snowmen Continuing a month of shows looking at children’s comics, Alex Fitch talks to cartoonist Roger Langridge about his work. Alex and Roger discuss the latter’s work on licensed comics such as Popeye and Rocky and Bullwinkle, his adaptation of Jim Henson’s unproduced script The Musical Monsters of Turkey […]
The Sound Projector Radio Show Friday 16th January 2015 Transmit, ‘Two Rivers’ From Radiation, POLAND MONOTYPE RECORDS mono082 CD (2014) Shivers, ‘Rabid’ From Shivers, NORWAY MIASMAH RECORDINGS MIACD028 (2014) Candelaria Saenz Valiente & Marcin Masecki, ‘Nepal’ From Hymnen, POLAND BOLT RECORDS BR K005 CD (2014) Hieroglyphic Being And The Configurative Or Modular Me Trio, ‘Space […]
The constantly changing news reporter position saga is at an end as we welcome News Fox Ann 'Scoops' Scantlebury back after a two episode absence. Non-Intern Simon had also been away during the week enjoying the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of Hamburg. But the main story of the day was how Ste managed to fight off two robbers who were on a moped. He truly is a hero. And it didn't affect him at all, well except for at the very beginning of the show. Our SSG for this final episode of the season (don't worry - the new season starts next week) is SFB Games's Tom Vian. He was in to talk about their game Detective Grimoire and what their possible next game is going to be like. It makes Ste a little bit excited, if that helps in any way. We try to find out if Tom uses arrays in any of his games and find out how difficult it can be to communicate to your Kickstarter backers. There's a return to surgery with Doctor Avatar and Sega Badawi provides us with some local news. Non-Intern Simon has to google 'acrostic', we find out the best spheres in games and Ann tells us how excited she is to be involved in our latest Resonance FM fund raising project. Oh and Simon has launched Bang Man! on ios. You might not pick up on this during the show. Cheerio! Team OLL x Links: https://mobile.twitter.com/sfbtom https://mobile.twitter.com/sfbdim Track list: 1. Motionride - Automatic Town http://chipmusic.org/motionride/music/automatic-town-[chiptune-rock] 2. Ampliflyer - Maneuver http://chipmusic.org/ampliflyer/music/maneuver
first show for 2015, featuring martin kay, natasha barratt, bryan eubanks, jonáš gruska, and an intro by jeremy hegge.
Panel Borders: Bones, Sabre-toothed Tigers and Noir Beginning a month of shows looking at children’s comics, Alex Fitch talks to the award-winning American cartoonist Jeff Smith about his work. Alex and Jeff discuss the latter’s fantasy epic Bone which mixes archetypal cartoon characters in the style of Mickey, Goofy and Donald with a mythology akin […]
The Sound Projector Radio Show Friday 9th January 2015 Yes, ‘Beyond And Before’ From Yes (Expanded & Remastered), ELEKTRA / RHINO 8122-73786-2 CD (2003) Recorded in 1969. Wishbone Ash, ‘Vas Dis’ From Pilgrimage, UK MCA RECORDS MCG 3504 LP (1971) Gravy Train, ‘Think Of Life’ From Gravy Train, UK VERTIGO 6360023 LP (1970) The Nice, […]