Tuesday 30th September 2014
23:00 GMTBounce DJ's Kwame Daniels & Julien Raux lead the way with off track music, urban and soul sounds. "Sea Sessions - Europe's best surf, skate and music festival from the 27th - 29th June 2014, Bundoran, Co. Donegal, Ireland. A 3 day long event of surfing, skating, partying and Bounce! Check out #27 for live recording featuring KwaMe Daniels, Julien Jazz, Kaidi Tatham and KidKam More about Bounce at www.bouncindj.com.
05:00 & 17:00 GMTEncuentro entre culturas: Nace con el propósito de acercar a sus oyentes la cultura de Irlanda del Norte y, a su vez, de conocer las diversas comunidades de la geografía española y demás países de habla hispana. En él encontraréis entrevistas, noticias o canciones que nos mostrarán la realidad de ambos países de una forma entretenida y respetando las tradiciones de cada lugar. Será un acercamiento entre ambos pueblos y nuestro fin es promocionar la riqueza cultural de cada área y su diversidad. In this programme an interview with Darren & Aidan from Beyond Skin. Produced by CRISTINA LÓPEZ GRAÇA
15:00 GMTGypsy Folk Radio is a monthly podcast run by Balkan Alien Sound bouzouki player Martin Coyle. Its aim is to share the music that inspires us and also to interview local musicians exploring the influence of folk and trad in their musical lives and hear their stories behind the tunes. Listen on demand the full series: www.balkanaliensound.wix.com.
10:00 & 22:00 GMTRecorded at WOMAD Charlton Park 2014, on the tenth year anniversary of the charity Beyond Skin, founder Darren Ferguson meets the man who inspired the organisation’s name and ethos; composer, musician, producer, Nitin Sawhney who also was marking a tenth milestone with the release of a retrospective cut live to vinyl record “One Zero” celebrating ten albums www.nitinsawhney.com www.beyondskin.net
19:00 GMTPoets from around the world explore themes of human rights and social justice in a book from the Human Rights Consortium, Institute of English Studies & the Keats House Poets.
09:00 & 21:00 GMTA monthly podcast complimenting the Songlines magazine which covers the world's most exciting music from traditional and popular to contemporary and fusion, featuring artists from all around the globe. Songlines is packed full of the latest CD reviews, artist interviews, guides to particular world music traditions, concert-listings & travel stories.
Daily between programmesGlobal Jukebox is a non-stop mix of world, folk and roots music from the Homely Planet playlist
02:00 GMTDr. Chima Korieh (History, Marquette) on Nigerian experiences on the African homefront during World War II, agriculture and social change in the colonial era, the Biafran War and the politics of memory, and Igbo identity. The interview closes with a discussion of endangered archives in postcolonial Nigeria. Africa Past & Present is a radio series about history, culture, and politics in Africa and the diaspora hosted by is hosted by Michigan State University historians Peter Alegi and Peter Limb.
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