Today we enter our third month of broadcasting, and a few curious minds have already suggested that we simply carry on after our designated 100 days. This is an entertaining thought experiment, and reminds us that Radio Art Zone was originally conceived to last for an entire year. Our dedicated team however will be grateful for a well-deserved rest come the end of September!
In the coming week we are looking forward to live streams arriving from Modulation in the Pyrenees, and all over the world via the Rural Development network. There will also be mammoth compositions from our first month-long artist in residence Erwin Stache, plus both of London’s elusive plunderphonic geniuses Lepke B and Xentos Fray Bentos, and in-depth explorations of inner, outer and urban spaces from Glasgow to Lagos and beyond from Nichola Scrutton and Ayọ̀ Akínwándé.
As always you can find our on air programme for next week below, starting from tomorrow. Catch it while you can, as we will not be broadcasting (at least on earth) for eternity! Luckily there is still the online archive to look forward to.
Stay tuned – and spread the word.