Peter Christopherson

Radio Boredcast is archived at WFMU where you can listen to all 744-hours of this online radio project that ran continuously for the Festival month. WFMU is the longest-running freeform radio station in the US. Information about the programme schedule for this day is listed below. The Radio Boredcast archive can be listened to here.

SAT 17 MARCH: 12.00AM

CHRIS WATSON: MIDNIGHT AT THE OASIS
From Cross-Pollination


SAT 17 MARCH: 12.29AM

TOUCH30: BEHZAD MYTH CASSETTE – SIDE B
Between 1982 and 1989, Touch released a series of cassettes [as well as vinyl, and from 1987, compact discs] which are highlighted in this section. The cassette magazines, Feature Mist [Touch T1, 1982], Meridians One and Meridians Two [Touch T2 and T3, 1983], Touch Travel [Touch T4, 1984] and Ritual: Magnetic North [Touch T5, 1986]; a series in the style of what became known as "World Music" [Touch # T33 to T33.9]; and the beginnings of solo or group ventures [TO:1, TO:2, TO:4 and TO:7, and TOC:1 and TOC:2]. http://www.touchmusic.org.uk/archive/early_cassette_culture/


SAT 17 MARCH: 12.55AM

TOUCH30: LEIF ELGGREN AND CM VON HAUSSWOLFF – THE KINGDOMS OF ELGALAND-VARGALAND NATIONAL ANTHEM NO.1
http://www.elgaland-vargaland.org/


SAT 17 MARCH: 2.01AM

TOUCH30: NARODNA CASSETTE – SIDE B
Between 1982 and 1989, Touch released a series of cassettes [as well as vinyl, and from 1987, compact discs] which are highlighted in this section. The cassette magazines, Feature Mist [Touch T1, 1982], Meridians One and Meridians Two [Touch T2 and T3, 1983], Touch Travel [Touch T4, 1984] and Ritual: Magnetic North [Touch T5, 1986]; a series in the style of what became known as "World Music" [Touch # T33 to T33.9]; and the beginnings of solo or group ventures [TO:1, TO:2, TO:4 and TO:7, and TOC:1 and TOC:2]. http://www.touchmusic.org.uk/archive/early_cassette_culture/


SAT 17 MARCH: 2.25AM

TOUCH30: RADIO BOREDCAST SELECTION
A selection of CD tracks from Touch artists.


SAT 17 MARCH: 3.00AM

TOUCH30: MERIDIANS ONE CASSETTE – SIDE A
Between 1982 and 1989, Touch released a series of cassettes [as well as vinyl, and from 1987, compact discs] which are highlighted in this section. The cassette magazines, Feature Mist [Touch T1, 1982], Meridians One and Meridians Two [Touch T2 and T3, 1983], Touch Travel [Touch T4, 1984] and Ritual: Magnetic North [Touch T5, 1986]; a series in the style of what became known as "World Music" [Touch # T33 to T33.9]; and the beginnings of solo or group ventures [TO:1, TO:2, TO:4 and TO:7, and TOC:1 and TOC:2]. http://www.touchmusic.org.uk/archive/early_cassette_culture/


SAT 17 MARCH: 3.33AM

TOUCH30: GENERAL STRIKE CASSETTE - SIDE A
Between 1982 and 1989, Touch released a series of cassettes [as well as vinyl, and from 1987, compact discs] which are highlighted in this section. The cassette magazines, Feature Mist [Touch T1, 1982], Meridians One and Meridians Two [Touch T2 and T3, 1983], Touch Travel [Touch T4, 1984] and Ritual: Magnetic North [Touch T5, 1986]; a series in the style of what became known as "World Music" [Touch # T33 to T33.9]; and the beginnings of solo or group ventures [TO:1, TO:2, TO:4 and TO:7, and TOC:1 and TOC:2].
http://www.touchmusic.org.uk/archive/early_cassette_culture/


SAT 17 MARCH: 3.59AM

TOUCH30: WATERGLASS CASSETTE
Between 1982 and 1989, Touch released a series of cassettes [as well as vinyl, and from 1987, compact discs] which are highlighted in this section. The cassette magazines, Feature Mist [Touch T1, 1982], Meridians One and Meridians Two [Touch T2 and T3, 1983], Touch Travel [Touch T4, 1984] and Ritual: Magnetic North [Touch T5, 1986]; a series in the style of what became known as "World Music" [Touch # T33 to T33.9]; and the beginnings of solo or group ventures [TO:1, TO:2, TO:4 and TO:7, and TOC:1 and TOC:2]. http://www.touchmusic.org.uk/archive/early_cassette_culture/ 



SAT 17 MARCH: 4.47AM

TOUCH30: PHILIP JECK – SPIRE – THE CRYPT
From Spire: Live At The St. Pierre Cathedral, Geneva


SAT 17 MARCH: 5.35AM

TOUCH30: RADIO BOREDCAST SELECTION
A selection of CD tracks from Touch artists.


SAT 17 MARCH: 7.32AM

TOUCH30: FEATURE MIST CASSETTE – SIDE B
Between 1982 and 1989, Touch released a series of cassettes [as well as vinyl, and from 1987, compact discs] which are highlighted in this section. The cassette magazines, Feature Mist [Touch T1, 1982], Meridians One and Meridians Two [Touch T2 and T3, 1983], Touch Travel [Touch T4, 1984] and Ritual: Magnetic North [Touch T5, 1986]; a series in the style of what became known as "World Music" [Touch # T33 to T33.9]; and the beginnings of solo or group ventures [TO:1, TO:2, TO:4 and TO:7, and TOC:1 and TOC:2]. http://www.touchmusic.org.uk/archive/early_cassette_culture

 

SAT 17 MARCH: 8.06AM

TOUCH30: ANTITRADE – ASH INTERNATIONAL SAMPLER
ANTITRADE An Ash International Sampler (1999, Ash 4.1)

Compiled by Mike Harding & Jon Wozencroft, with thanks to Denis Blackham. http://www.ashinternational.com

Antitrade - in the northern hemisphere from the S.W., a wind that blows steadily in the opposite direction to the trade-wind.

A. Memory
1-9 hhh - Would You | Leif Elggren - Mother!!? | hhh - Have Known Me | Hazard - Peenemunde
B. Space
10-13 White | S.E.T.I. - Aurora | I Don't Know | Disinformation - 9v DC Supply with Homemade Copper Solenoid (unidentified VLF Radio Noise)
C. Inner
14-20 AER - Sleep Little Without Regret | hhh - In The Street | In A Constant State Of Rebellion | Bruce Gilbert - The Book (with thanks to Daniel Menche) | A Happy Belgrade


SAT 17 MARCH: 8.53AM

TOUCH30: RADIO BOREDCAST SELECTION
A selection of CD tracks from Touch artists.


SAT 17 MARCH: 11.55AM

TOUCH30: PROGRAMME ANNOUNCEMENT – TOUCH30 CLOSE


SAT 17 MARCH: 12.00PM

DANIELA CASCELLA: 31 DAYS, SLOW AND STILL

31 DAYS READING LE PONT MIRABEAU BY GUILLAUME APOLLINAIRE AT 8.30AM – FOR RADIO BOREDCAST
Le pont Mirabeau is a poem by Guillaume Apollinaire, published in his 1913 collection Alcools. In response to the theme and the structure of As Slow As Possible/Radio Boredcast, I chose to record myself reading Le pont Mirabeau at 8.30 in the morning for 31 days, anticipating and mirroring the duration of the broadcast in a different place and at a different time.

I chose this poem because of its slow flowing against its slowing into stillness – the flow of water, time and words in the stanzas against the circularity of time in the refrain. The adjective ‘slow’ appears still in the third stanza, the same one that contains ‘love’, ‘hope’, ‘violent’. The adjective ‘still’ appears slow in the refrain, as an impossibility. In the original French poem, ‘slow’ rhymes with ‘violent’ and ‘still I stay’ with ‘hours’.

The lack of punctuation throughout the poem calls not only for a flow of words, but also for different rhythms and meanings arising out of each reading. The readings always took place in my office, sometimes as dedicated recordings, sometimes while I was preparing to go out, sometimes while I was reading the paper or checking the news online. I learned the poem by heart, so sometimes the recordings mirror my small hesitations and gaps in recalling the verses. An old phonograph recording of Apollinaire reading the poem (from the Archives de Parole, Collection Phonothèque Nationale - Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris) supported some of the readings.

Daniela Cascella is a writer and curator based in London since 2009. Her research is focused on sound and on the way it seeps into other formats, most of all text. Her most recent projects explore and employ fictional tropes in writing criticism and descriptions of sound in fiction. She has recently finished writing her third book, En abÎme: a narrative across listening, reading and writing-as-landscape, as part of her research in the MFA Art Writing at Goldsmiths College that she completed in 2011. http://www.danielacascella.com


SAT 17 MARCH: 12.02PM

PROGRAMME ANNOUNCEMENT – PETER “SLEAZY” CHRISTOPHERSON WEEKEND BEGINS
Introduced by Vicki Bennett, curator of Radio Boredcast, who speaks of her connection to Peter Christopherson, John Balance, Coil, and beyond. http://www.thresholdhouse.com/


SAT 17 MARCH: 12.07PM

IN REMEMBRANCE OF PETER “SLEAZY” CHRISTOPHERSON – PROGRAMMED BY ANDREW LAHMAN
Introduced by Andrew Lahman, selecting music from Sleazy's hard drive.

Visiting my friend David Cabaret in the year 2000 I had my first glimpse at the next 12 years of my life.  Sprawled across his sewing table were plans and drawings for great fluffy costumes, the page headed with one word 'Coil'.  Excitement and confusion erupted inside me, who was 'Geff' and who was 'Sleazy'?  Names I was unfamiliar with when talking all things Coil.  As it panned out they were the fantastic costumes Coil used for their first proper gig at the Royal Festival Hall later that year and it was my first meeting with the mighty group Coil.  Pure bliss (and thank you David :-)

Geff (aka Jhonn Balance) and I soon became good friends right up to his untimely and devastating death in 2004.  Relaxing with raw Broccoli and a glass of wine after the funeral service, Sleazy looked me in the eye with such sadness and trust, thus began what was to become one of the best friendships I've had the honour to be a part of. 

Sleazy's music has always fascinated me from the time I first heard Horse Rotorvator back in New Zealand 1987, literally worlds away.  His techniques and production qualities have never ceased to amaze me.  If there is one thing I wish for more of, and that is to have been able to hear where the vocals for Threshold HouseBoys Choir would have gone…  now lost forever more.

I last saw Sleazy at his home in Thailand just before he flew to England to perform the now last ever show with TG and X-TG shows.  He was so busy constructing new and wild instruments for the show and was positively brimming over with eagerness at the future.  Who was to know what was about to happen…

Andrew Lahman - February 2012

PLAYLIST
The First Five Minutes After Death - Coil
Budda Kids - Budda Kids
Things Happen - Coil
I Will Not Be Sad In This World - Djivan Gasparyan
Children Of The Black Sun Live in Fano, Italy - Coil
jam talay say - Soisong
Cap Rot Taxi - Threshold Houseboys Choir
Track 05 - Issan - Unknown
Image Five: Satan - Throbbing Gristle
Sleazy Talks About T.G. - Peter Christopherson
A Warning from the Sun (for Fritz) - Coil
Psalm - Sidsel Endresen And Bugger Wessel…
Pale Blue Eyes - The Velvet Underground
Boy in a Suitcase (demo) - Coil
Partch-Two Studies on Ancient Greek Scales_ 1. Olympos' Pentatonic 2. Archytas' Enharmonic - Part/Kronos Quartet
Hobgoblins (Coil Remix) - Mount Vernon Arts Lab
Milkshake - Kelis


SAT 17 MARCH: 2.07PM

IN REMEMBRANCE OF PETER "SLEAZY" CHRISTOPHERSON - PROGRAMMED BY JONATHAN DEAN
Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson (1955-2010) was a founding member of Throbbing Gristle, Psychic TV and Coil. He was also an influential visual artist, photographer, video director and designer. Sleazy spent more than three decades at the vanguard of underground music and culture, pioneering the provocative, transgressive movement known as industrial music, before reinventing himself and his art numerous times throughout the 1980s, 90s and 00s. A common thread through all of Sleazy's work - music, design, photography - was the use of cutting-edge technology. Sleazy was one of the first musicians to use a computer on stage, incorporating an Apple II into Throbbing Gristle performances at a time when "computer music" was the exclusive realm of academics. In the ensuing decades, Sleazy pioneered unique combinations of digital and analogue equipment to produce the rich textures, sidereal sequencing and unorthodox sampling techniques that became the trademark of his adventurous work in Coil, Threshold HouseBoys Choir and SoiSong.

Sleazy had an endlessly eclectic and inclusive aesthetic that incorporated influences as far-reaching and various as medieval liturgical music, Arvo Part, Martin Denny, Isaan pop music and Chicago Acid House. If his constantly shifting approach to sound-making can be said to have any consistent thread, it would be his willingness to follow technological lines-of-flight: time-stretching, mutating and shaping sound via digital means, creating unique textures which reflected his interest in ethnic music, drone, psychedelia and the dark undercurrents of pop music. For this tribute, tracks have been chosen from across Sleazy's recorded output that reflect this singular approach. Tracks are presented in a continuous mix, in roughly chronological order, from the very earliest work by Throbbing Gristle in 1977, to Sleazy's late work as Threshold HouseBoys Choir. The tracks chosen are those which highlight Sleazy's own unique aesthetic, and his use of technology. Wherever possible, alternate mixes, rare, and unreleased tracks have been included, as well as snippets of interviews with Sleazy commenting on his work. 

01 Throbbing Gristle - "Industrial Introduction" | The Second Annual Report | Industrial Records, 1977
02 Throbbing Gristle - "Walkabout" | 20 Jazz Funk Greats | Industrial Records, 1979
03 Throbbing Gristle - "Exotic Functions" & "Violencia (The Bullet)" | Journey Through A Body | WUS, 1982
04 Throbbing Gristle - "CD1" | CD1 | The Grey Area of Mute, 1986
05 Psychic TV - "Terminus" | Force The Hand of Chance | Some Bizarre, 1982
06 Psychic TV - "Message From The Temple" | Force The Hand of Chance | Some Bizarre, 1982
07 Psychic TV - "The Full Pack" | Dreams Less Sweet Bonus 12" | CBS, 1983
08 Psychic TV - "Eden 2" | Dreams Less Sweet | CBS, 1983
09 Coil - "How To Destroy Angels II" | How To Destroy Angels (Remixes) | Threshold House, 1992
10 Coil - "At the Heart of It All" | Scatology | Force & Form/K.422, 1984
11 Coil - "Babylero" | Horse Rotorvator | Force & Form/K.422, 1986
12 Coil - "Ostia (The Death of Pasolini)" | Horse Rotorvator | Force & Form/K.422, 1986
13 Coil - "Boy In A Suitcase" | Gold Is the Metal (With the Broadest Shoulders) | Threshold House, 1987
14 Coil - "Red Slur" | Gold Is the Metal (With the Broadest Shoulders) | Threshold House, 1987
15 Coil - "Another Brown World" | Myths 4: Sinople Twilight In Çatal Hüyük | Sub Rosa, 1989
16 Coil - "Gay Man's Guide To Safer Sex" | audio excerpt from VHS, released 1992
17 Coil - "Dark River" | Love's Secret Domain | Torso, 1991
18 Black Light District - "Cold Dream of an Earth Star" | A Thousand Lights in a Darkened Room | Eskaton, 1996
19 ELpH vs. Coil - "Opium Hum" | Worship The Glitch | Eskaton, 1995
20 Time Machines - "2,5-Dimethoxy-4-Ethyl-Amphetamine: (DOET/Hecate)" | Time Machines | Eskaton, 1998
21 Coil - "Amethyst Deceivers" | Sleazy's aural backdrops for 6/17/00 performance at Sonar Festival (unreleased)
22 Coil - "The Universe Is A Haunted House/Chasms" | Sleazy's aural backdrops (unreleased)
23 Coil - "Ü Pel (Insense Offering)" | Moon's Milk (In Four Phases) Bonus Disc | Threshold House, 2002
24 Coil - "Broccoli" | Musick To Play in the Dark | Chalice, 1999
25 Coil - "Batwings (A Lymnal Hymn)" | Musick To Play in the Dark 2 | Chalice, 2000
26 Coil - "Broken Aura" | Emre [Dark Matter] | Source Research, 2000
27 Coil - "Untitled" | ANS | Threshold House, 2004
28 Coil - "Remote Viewing 3" | The Remote Viewer | Threshold House, 2006
29 Coil - "The Wraiths and Strays of Paris" | Black Antlers | Threshold House, 2006
30 Peter Christopherson - "In My Head A Crystal Sphere of Heavy Fluid" | Foxtrot | Chalice, 1998
31 Peter Christopherson - "Animal Are You?" | Animal Are You? | Absinthevertrieb Lion, 2006
32 Coil - "Princess Margaret's Man In The D'jamalfina" | The New Backwards | Threshold House, 2008
33 The Threshold HouseBoys Choir - "A Time of Happening" | Form Grows Rampant | Threshold House, 2007
34 The Threshold HouseBoys Choir - "So Free It Knows No End" | Form Grows Rampant | Threshold House, 2007
35 SoiSong - "Jam Talay Say" | Soi-Jin-No-Hi | soisong.com, 2008
36 The Threshold HouseBoys Choir - "Lowly Low" | Amulet Edition | Threshold House, 2008 

Jonathan Dean is a writer, musician, visual artist, academic and radio DJ. He has written extensively about underground music and culture for online publications such as Brainwashed.com and Tiny Mix Tapes since 2002. Jonathan is currently pursuing a master's degree in art history at Tulane University in New Orleans. You can hear him play records on WTUL every Friday night. You can find out more about his art projects and upcoming performances at http://transmuteo.tumblr.com


SAT 17 MARCH: 6.08PM

IN REMEMBRANCE OF PETER “SLEAZY” CHRISTOPHERSON – PROGRAMMED BY ANDREW LAHMAN
Introduced by Andrew Lahman, selecting music from Sleazy's hard drive.

Visiting my friend David Cabaret in the year 2000 I had my first glimpse at the next 12 years of my life.  Sprawled across his sewing table were plans and drawings for great fluffy costumes, the page headed with one word 'Coil'.  Excitement and confusion erupted inside me, who was 'Geff' and who was 'Sleazy'?  Names I was unfamiliar with when talking all things Coil.  As it panned out they were the fantastic costumes Coil used for their first proper gig at the Royal Festival Hall later that year and it was my first meeting with the mighty group Coil.  Pure bliss (and thank you David :-)

Geff (aka Jhonn Balance) and I soon became good friends right up to his untimely and devastating death in 2004.  Relaxing with raw Broccoli and a glass of wine after the funeral service, Sleazy looked me in the eye with such sadness and trust, thus began what was to become one of the best friendships I've had the honour to be a part of. 

Sleazy's music has always fascinated me from the time I first heard Horse Rotorvator back in New Zealand 1987, literally worlds away.  His techniques and production qualities have never ceased to amaze me.  If there is one thing I wish for more of, and that is to have been able to hear where the vocals for Threshold HouseBoys Choir would have gone…  now lost forever more.

I last saw Sleazy at his home in Thailand just before he flew to England to perform the now last ever show with TG and X-TG shows.  He was so busy constructing new and wild instruments for the show and was positively brimming over with eagerness at the future.  Who was to know what was about to happen…

Andrew Lahman - February 2012

PLAYLIST
Njarka - Ali Farka Toure
Be Happy - Threshold Houseboys Choir
Dtorumi - Soisong
Lu passariellu (Tarantella dell’Avena) - Unknown L'Arpeggiata
Track 6 - Unknown Issan vol 8
Amber Rain - Coil
Wedding - Goran Bregovic
Rosa Decidua - Coil
Offering Chant - Lama Gyurme
the orchids - psychic tv
Sleaz talks about his early music - Will Stone show, Resonance FM - Sleazy
Part 4 : "So Free It Knows No End" - Threshold HouseBoys Choir
Neither His Nor Yours - Coil
Lento - BBC Radio Clip Howard Skempton/BBC Orchestra
In My Head a Crystal Sphere of Heavy Fluid - Peter Christopherson
Strix Nebulosa - Cyclobe
Facing The Wind - Nico
RÉga Madhuvanti - Pandit Ram Narayan
Persuasion (Live, Astoria, London) - Throbbing Gristle
pHILM (vox) - Elph
In The Deathcar - Goran Bregovic
Ravenous - Coil
Mic Mo - Soisong
The Dark Age Of Love - This Immortal Coil
(njarka) Gambari - Ali Farka Toure
The Hangmans Ball (Live version) - Antwerp, 15/5/2009 - Threshold Houseboys Choir
Moons milk pt5 - Coil
Recordare - Libera
Heartworms - Coil
Wounded Galaxies Tap at the Window - Cyclobe
Sleaz talks Ape and of New Orleans - Resonance FM Interview Sleazy
Fire of the Mind- Coil
Jubilee - Hoagy Carmichael & Louis Armstrong
Sleazy Talks About Industrial On KFJC - Peter Christopherson
Theory Four: What A DAy! - Throbbing Gristle
The Gimp/Sometimes - People Like Us remix - Coil
The Halliwell Hammers - Coil Vs. Elph
Track 12 - Issan vol 7 Unknown
Ikoreek (Live version) - Antwerp, 15/5/2009 - Threshold Houseboys Choir
Untitled - Unfinished and Unreleased - Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson


SAT 17 MARCH: 10.19PM

PETER “SLEAZY” CHRISTOPHERSON MEMORIAL – PROGRAMMED BY CHRIS & COSEY AND ANDREW LAHMAN
This list was compiled from Peter's iTunes library. It is a semi-random selection based on his iTunes 'play counts' and songs we know he liked to listen to, plus a few he actually composed and played on. These tracks were played at a private memorial for his family and close friends at The Horse Hospital in London on 24th November 2011.

PLAYLIST
Be Happy - THHBC
Andean - Brook, Michael
Butcher's Death - Astor Piazzolla
Totem Ancestor - Cage/Kronos Quartet
The Castleford Ladies Magic Circle - Jake Thackray
Ain!t There Anyone Here For Love? - Hoagy Carmichael & Jane Russell
Dance Of The Dream Man - Angelo Badalamenti
Do Your Thing - Moondog
Earbraces - Lost In Hildurness
El Tango de Roxanne - Ewan McGregor, Jacek Koman & José Feliciano
Lah-Di-Dah - Jake Thackray
Waiting for the Miracle - Leonard Cohen
Life (Adouna) - Youssou N'Dour
Lying - COH
Nesarpa - Tsering Gyurme
So Young It Knows No Maturing - THHBC
This Is A Film - Goran Bregovic
We'll Meet Again - Johnny Cash
Arabesque Theme - Henry Mancini
All The Pretty Little Horses - COIL
At a Glance - Tord Gustavsen Trio
Blue In Green - Miles Davis
The Bookhouse Boys - Angelo Badalamenti
Candy Man - David Ackley
Cripple And The Starfish - Antony & The Johnsons
Falls Into View - Ben Christophers
How Can I Leave - Lal Waterson & Oliver Knight
Joy And Jubilee - Bonnie Prince Billy
The Last Amethyst Deceiver - COIL
Leonora's Song - Astor Piazzolla
Low Side Of The Road - Tom Waits
Passion For Life, Part 1 - Richard Bandler
Put Your Love In Me - Hot Chocolate
Sacred Works Of Liberation - Lama Gyurme
Sea Song - Robert Wyatt
Trick Me - Kelis
Dtorumi - SoiSong
7 Seconds - Youssou N'Dour
I Kissed a Girl - Katy Perry
Otherness Blue - Sun Ra
Alone Again Or - Love
Hop Hop Hop - Goran Bregovic
20 Jazz Funk Greats - Throbbing Gristle
All That Is My Own - Nico
Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) - Cher
Chopin Walz 64 no2 - unknown
Dazed - Lal Waterson & Oliver Knight
Track 10 - Issan Vol7
Howard Skempton - Lento - BBC Symphony Orch 3
In The Deathcar - Goran Bregovic
Lu passariellu (Tarantella dell’Avena) - L'Arpeggiata
Leksänds Skänklåt - Jan Johansson
Milkshake - Kelis
Track 05 - Issan Vol 8
Pale Blue Eyes - The Velvet Underground
Partch - Two Studies on Ancient Greek Scales - Part/Kronos Quartet
So Strange Is Man - Lal Waterson & Oliver Knight
Tallis Scholars - unknown
Offering Chant - Lama Gyurme
http://www.throbbing-gristle.com/tg-files/sleazy/sleazyplaylist2011.html

 

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Radio Boredcast:
Day 17

Sat 17 March, 12am–12am
To listen clich here

Read blog here

DAY 17 SCHEDULE:

12.00am: Chris Watson: Midnight at the Oasis

12.29am: Touch30: Behzad Myth cassette - Side B

12.55am: Touch30: Leif Elggren and CM Von Hausswolff - The Kingdoms Of Elgaland-Vargaland National Anthem No. 1

2.01am: Touch30: Narodna cassette - Side B

2.25am: Touch30: Radio Boredcast Selection

3.00am: Touch30: Meridians One cassette - Side A

3.33am: Touch30: General Strike cassette - Side A

3.59am: Touch30: Waterglass cassette 

4.47am: Touch30: Philip Jeck - Spire - The Crypt

5.35am: Touch30: Radio Boredcast Selection

7.32am: Touch30: Feature Mist cassette - Side B

8.06am: Touch30: Antitrade - Ash International Sampler

8.53am: Touch30: Radio Boredcast Selection

11.55am: Touch30: Programme announcement - Touch30 close

12.00pm: Daniela Cascella: 31 Days, Slow and Still

12.02pm: Programme Announcement: Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson Weekend begins

12.07pm: In Remembrance of Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson: Programmed by Andrew Lahman

2.07pm: In Remembrance of Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson: Programmed by Jonathan Dean

6.08pm: In Remembrance of Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson: Programmed by Andrew Lahman

10.19pm: Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson Memorial: Programmed by Chris & Cosey and Andrew Lahman

DAY 17 SCHEDULE: (in black)

 

12.00am: Chris Watson: Midnight at the Oasis

 

12.29am: Touch30: Behzad Myth cassette - Side B

 

12.55am: Touch30: Leif Elggren and CM Von Hausswolff - The Kingdoms Of Elgaland-Vargaland National Anthem No. 1

 

2.01am: Touch30: Narodna cassette - Side B

 

2.25am: Touch30: Radio Boredcast Selection

 

3.00am: Touch30: Meridians One cassette - Side A

 

3.33am: Touch30: General Strike cassette - Side A

 

4.01am: Touch30: Waterglass cassette

 

4.48am: Touch30: Philip Jeck - Spire - The Crypt

 

5.35am: Touch30: Radio Boredcast Selection

 

7.32am: Touch30: Feature Mist cassette - Side B

 

8.06am: Touch30: Antitrade - Ash International Sampler

 

8.53am: Touch30: Radio Boredcast Selection

 

11.55am: Touch30: Programme announcement - Touch30 close

 

12.00pm: Daniela Cascella: 31 Days, Slow and Still

 

12.02pm: Programme Announcement: Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson Weekend begins

 

12.07pm: In Remembrance of Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson: Programmed by Andrew Lahman

 

 

2.07pm: In Remembrance of Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson: Programmed by Jonathan Dean

 

6.08pm: In Remembrance of Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson: Programmed by Andrew Lahman

 

10.19pm: Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson Memorial: Programmed by Chris & Cosey and Andrew Lahman