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Dinsdag 18 mei schedule
1200 – 1300u; Pareidolia. An exploration of music & memories with Leonor Faber-Jonker. This week: The Slits – Loud voices, silenced voices.
1300 – 1400u; Smoothieman Comes Alive. At the margins of experimental impro spiritism open source ectoplasmic. What is in de bottle of the Smoothieman? with Vincent Denieul & Lukas Simonis.
1400 – 1500u; Dr Klangendum. Radio art & beyond, with Lukas Simonis.
1500u – 1600u; Bellen met Niek plus wat Muziek. Niek Hilkmann laat zijn licht schijnen over van alles en nog wat. En floppies.
1600u – 1700u; TBA!
1700u – 1800u; Grof Folklore. Unpolished and raw sounds from all around the globe. With Robert Kroos.
1800-1900u; On Packing Light. On Packing Light explores the personal and political sentimental capacity of textiles and unpack the questions posed above, speculating the ways in which capitalism has shaped our relationship to and understanding of our personal belongings. With Lili Huston-Herterich.
1900u – 2000u; WORM Pirate Bay Radio. Pirate Bay presents ‘Sounds of Protest’: In episode 1 of ‘Sound of Protest Podcast,’ a special WORM/Dipsaus collaboration, podcaster and activist Mariam El Maslouhi combines her two passions, organizing for justice and telling stories. This podcast asks ‘Has the Netherlands lost its activist voice? Do we only march when it is geopolitical? And where is the sound of protest that once echoed through the Netherlands with thousands and thousands of voices?” This series explores the history, loss and re-invention of the chants, memory and sounds we hear at protests will be evaluated and re-examined with activists, artists and the people who have attended and have spoken on protests throughout two decades.
2000u – 2100u; MEMES. A show by Allie & Francis about memes; what do they look like, how much you should feed ’em, how can they be kept safe & warm.
2100 – 2200u; Soul Kitchen. Inspired by the world this hour is melodic food for the soul with every week an exploration of a specific theme. with Tarik Aouragh.
2200-2300; Ever Widening Circles. with Linus Bonduelle and Ash Kilmartin