We look back to May 2015 and our celebration of the New York based record label, Nonesuch Records. We meet president Bob Hurwitz and Nonesuch artists Timo Andres and Rhiannon Giddens for a look at the history of this unique label.
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Another week in the archive as Ben Eshmade spends time immersed in 2015’s Transcender festival revelling in the ecstatic, devotional and psychedelic music of Atom TM and Robin Fox, Arifa, Faiz Ali Faiz and Leo Abrahams and David Coulter.
This week's archive find sees us celebrate director Ben Wheatley through his dystopian film High-Rise and its follow-up the pulp gangster thriller, Free Fire.
We encounter some timeless music assembled through improvisation, editing and sound collage in this archive episode exploring the legacy of Can, recorded around their Barbican concert in April 2017.
We head to the scuzzy streets and broken dreams of 80s New York City with director Susan Seidelman to look back at 2017's The Grime and the Glamour film season, featuring Seidelman's debut film Smithereens and Desperately Seeking Susan.
We're rewatching the 2016 German comedy-drama, Toni Erdmann which sees a practical joking father try to reconnect with his hard working daughter and in the process creating a ludicrous alter ego
Revisit this conversation between acclaimed cartoonist and author Art Spiegel and jazz composer Philip Johnston where they explore the place where music meets art, where the comic book comes alive, and where wordless art finds a voice.
This week, we re-enter the cinematic universe of Yorgos Lanthimos and his film – The Killing of a Sacred Deer. A film where horror and humour creep up next to you.
In this week's archive edition we find ourselves back in the home and in conversation with folk singing legend Shirley Collins. This is her story: how she went from collecting voices to finding, losing, and eventually discovering her own again.
This week, we look back to May 2014 and the second of two podcasts episodes which attempt to explore the music, the man and the myth of composer Sir Harrison Birtwistle, with a rare interview with the composer himself and the many musicians who surround him.
This week we look back with a series of two episodes that attempt to explore the music, the man and the myth of composer Sir Harrison Birtwistle in his 80th year in 2014.