Part two of Critical Waves on Resonance

Last week we got off to a flying start with our first broadcast on Resonance104.4FM. Elizabeth Cetin and Rebecca Wright hosted features made by six participants from the Critical Waves events earlier this year. Lisa Mullen took us through the looking glass to explore the uncanny qualities of mirrors; Jono Gilmurray let us listen in to the sound of climate change; Arthur Keegen-Bole studied the role of radio in the music of the night; Becky Cullen considered what happens when we try to analyse poetry according to the criticisms of broadcaster and judge of the 2015 Forward Prize for Poetry, Jeremy Paxman; Aimee Gaston explored the significance of Virginia Woolf’s armchair; and Tom Wright took us inside a volcano.

Don’t worry if you missed it, you can catch it again on Resonance FM’s Mixcloud here.

Tonight, Elizabeth Cetin will return, this time accompanied by Claudia Firth, to guide you through our second and final installment in Critical Waves. Christopher Collier offers a glimpse into the beautiful game of three-sided football; Sonya Dyer considers the visual history of black women in space; Robert Herian brings alive the concept of fiduciary law; Robin Bale takes us on a tour of a disused space known only as the ‘bike cemetery’; Naomi Wynter-Vincent, examines the cost of thinking in an account of the work of psychoanalyst Wilfred Bion; Sarah Jackson examines the role of telephony in fiction; and Rachel Cattle offers an experimental work on women’s suffrage.

To catch all this tune in from 8-9pm tonight, Tuesday 30th June, on Resonance104.4FM.

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