Monthly Archives: December 2011

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Luke Munn – Empire(s) RADIA 21.00HRS THURSDAY & FRIDAY

THURSDAY DECEMBER 29TH 2011 RADIA SHOW Mark No. 76344794: “the sound of a brass bell tuned to the pitch D, but with an overtone of D-sharp, struck nine times at a brisk tempo, with the final tone allowed to ring […]

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Old time radio – The lodger

Number 3 in our old time radio series is Alfred Hitchcock’s – The Lodger. The Lodger is an adaptation of Hitchcock’s silent movie of the same name from 1927. The radio version was created by the director as the audition […]

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Radia Show No.1

As announced yesterday we are now going to be broadcasting shows from radio arts network Radia. I’ve been listening to the archive over the last few days and there are some gems of shows there. We will be broadcasting the […]

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Radia FM

We are very pleased to announce that we are now members of a suberb community of independent art radio stations from around the World. Radia is a network of stations and producers creating new and exciting forms of radio programs. […]

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Another Counter Points With Donal MacErlaine

This edition of Counter Points begins in West Africa with desert blues and Gnawa music before heading back to Ireland for contemporary and traditional music and finally settling in Cologne to celebrate the music of Karlheinz Stockhausen whose anniversary passed […]

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Something Beautiful

Check this out for a little bit of radio magic:     Based in the picturesque Portree Bay, the Celeste broadcast songs and stories throughout the day via local radio station Cuillin FM and members of the public were invited […]

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Couter Points with Donal Macerlaine

The first broadcast of Counter Points, our first show on Curious Broadcast which specialises in Contemporary and World music. This show includes ambient music by Brian Eno and John Cage, Irish compositions by Ian Wilson and Dennis Wyers. We also […]

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Richter Collective Christmas Party

This is quite possibly the only Christmas Party I don’t want to miss this year. The chaps over at Richter have been churning out some of the most exciting music in Ireland over the last few years and by the […]

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Science Gallery – Hack the City

The good folk over at the Science Gallery on Pearse Street have just launched their Call for Submissions for their Hack the City Project in 2011. I think this will be something really exciting and can’t wait to see what […]