Today's Schedule

Midnight BST Special Broadcast New!

Strands # Who Cares? (Part One)

Now: part one of "Who Cares? A Radio Tale", a special broadcast project live from Gasworks, curated by MA students at the Royal College of Art, commissioned as part of Resonance's ‘Strands’ supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation.


Strands is a programme of digital radio art commissions available to UK-based sound and radio artists under the age of 28 - supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation.

3am BST Special Broadcast New!

Strands # Who Cares? (Part Two)

Now: part two of, "Who Cares? A Radio Tale", a special broadcast project live from Gasworks, curated by MA students at the Royal College of Art, commissioned as part of Resonance's ‘Strands’ supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation.


Strands is a programme of digital radio art commissions available to UK-based sound and radio artists under the age of 28 - supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation.

4am BST Monthly / First Tuesday / 8pm

Discrepancies #39


Discrepancies is a global showcase of disparate music with focus on earthly field recordings and international sounds, curated by the Discrepant record label, presented by Gonçalo F Cardoso

5am BST Monthly on the First Monday, 11pm New!

Injazero #2


Injazero Records founder Siné Buyuka plays a selection of electronic, experimental, ambient and contemporary classical tracks.

6am BST Monthly on the Second Friday at 10pm

The Infinite Inward #18


Cosmic, transcendent sounds and exploratory electronics with f.ampism.

7:30am BST Monthly / First Tuesday / 8pm

Discrepancies #39


Discrepancies is a global showcase of disparate music with focus on earthly field recordings and international sounds, curated by the Discrepant record label, presented by Gonçalo F Cardoso

8am BST Monthly / First Tuesday / 8pm

Discrepancies #39


Discrepancies is a global showcase of disparate music with focus on earthly field recordings and international sounds, curated by the Discrepant record label, presented by Gonçalo F Cardoso

8:30am BST Monthly on the First Monday, 11pm New!

Injazero #2


Injazero Records founder Siné Buyuka plays a selection of electronic, experimental, ambient and contemporary classical tracks.

9am BST Monthly on the First Monday, 11pm New!

Injazero #2


Injazero Records founder Siné Buyuka plays a selection of electronic, experimental, ambient and contemporary classical tracks.

10am BST

South Asia PhoNographic Mornings #1 - Nichola Scrutton "Wave Shift"

Wave Shift is an immersive, abstract, evocative soundscape composition. Source materials for the work include a selection of field recordings captured during the UZ Arts Sura Medura Artist Residency, Sri Lanka and vocal sound recordings. Both the main thread of sound that underpins the work, composed with a series of hydrophone recordings, and the form, which unfolds in wave-like emergences, draw on myriad notions of water as a bridge between real and fictional landscapes.

Nichola Scrutton is a composer, vocalist and sound artist who focuses on distinct but interlinking fields of experimental vocal performance, improvisation, studio sound composition and soundscape, and interdisciplinary collaborations with writers and theatre-makers.


Each Morning of the World.

10:15am BST Weekly, Sunday, 10am New!

South American PhoNographic Mornings #14 - Francisco López "Yanayacu (excerpt)"


Stéphane Marin presents a weekly series of fifteen short soundscapes recorded in the mornings at various locations throughout South America. Entitled « South American PhoNographic Mornings » this series for Resonance Extra forms part of a wider project, « Each Morning of the World », which invites sound artists, composers and recordists globally to share their own specific point of listening, either through a raw field recording or original composition.

10:30am BST Weekly on Wednesday at 7pm

Naviar Broadcast #76 - My Little Dragonfly Hunter

This week’s episode includes music made by Naviar’s community inspired by Debbie Chiyo-ni's haiku “my little dragonfly hunter / I wonder how far / he has gone today... ”


Thirty minutes of experimental music made in response to a weekly haiku poem, curated by Marco Alessi of Naviar Records and Naviar's international community of composers.

11am BST Weekly on Monday at 6pm New!

The Dangerous Supplement


Ed Baxter presents a fascinating selection of recordings from the archives of London Musicians’ Collective - mostly live performances from the 1990s and early 2000s. As curator, producer and organiser of many of these, he also recalls the events themselves and the personalities involved in what now seems a 'golden age' of experimental music. Nostalgia will however be avoided.

1pm BST

Rottenslushy #3


The Rottenslushy Show is a two hour psychedelic sound excursion (audio collage and mix show) presented by Ian Murphy.

3pm BST

Cosmisch #1

A monthly radio show bringing together a collection of intergalactic vibrations. Tune in and float away


A monthly radio show bringing together a collection of intergalactic vibrations. Tune in and float away

5pm BST

Le Monde Discotheque #2


Le Monde Discothèque digs deep into dance music that unites across global cultures, nations and time periods. Presented by Liz Cotton and Nick Langley.

6pm BST Monthly on the Second Tuesday at 8pm

First Terrace #10 - Interview and Guest Mix with Midori Hirano

This month: a guest mix and interview with composer and producer Midori Hirano plus selections inspired by her work.


A selection of experimental frequencies, interviews and sessions plus cuts from the First Terrace label by Alex Ives (Specimens) and Joe Summers.

7pm BST Twice Monthly on the Second and Fourth Monday at 10pm New!

Resistance Through Ritual #32


Ambient, folk, ritual, electronic, dub, free jazz and exploratory works selected by Brooding Side Of Madness.

9pm BST Monthly

Gravity Waves and The Spirit World # July 2019


Commissioned new work from contemporary sound practitioners and other audio choices from experimental electronic collective The Spirit of Gravity.

11pm BST New!

The Field Recording Show #1 - Thinking Sound

This first episode features interviews with composer Simon Scott and artist and academic Cathy Lane. The pair survey the field recording scene today and discuss their practices.


The Field Recording Show is a programme exploring the soundscape, recording, listening and composing hosted by Kate Carr and Luca Nasciuti.

Midnight BST

Residencies - These We Have Loved

Boktok made like a boo-boo, we need a strange cat whose nature is true.

Lepke B, him go cut time with scissors, art monster assembly w/ ape recorder.


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