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  1. Radio Garden

    Really nice way to browse international radio stations via a globe. (via @undermanager)

  2. russell davies: NewsNarrativeStream Q1.1

    I do like this audio news thing Russell made. Hearing it context-free, if you had no idea where it came from, would be good.

  3. Dandelion Radio | Mixcloud

    Ooh, Dandelion are putting their previous month’s shows on Mixcloud. Brill. Rocker’s my favourite, but lots of good stuff generally.

  4. Echofi - Better Spotify Radio

    Enter an artist name and it plays a stream of similar artists (chosen using Echo Nest) in Spotify.

  5. United States Early Radio History

    A fascinating read, with loads of links to text and images from period articles and adverts.

  6. All Programs Considered by Bill McKibben | The New York Review of Books

    An overview by Bill McKibben of the good bits of American public radio, comparing radio to other media, outlining its difficulties. Some things I should listen to, given the time.

  7. YouTube - A Sunday afternoon at home, part 1 of 3 - Tony Hancock

    If you ever need to explain to someone what an English Sunday afternoon is like, play this. We listened to it a lot when I was little.

  8. Dandelion Radio - Festive 50

    Don’t know how I missed that someone had been continuing Peel’s Festive Fifties. I’m loving the radio too.

  9. Pulse Laser: Shownar

    This is what I’ve been working on, off and on, for the past while, with the lovely folks at Schulze & Webb. Is good.

  10. Big L Radio Times Feature | Big L

    Article from the ‘Radio Times’ from last year describing life in the Frinton-on-Sea house that radio DJs Mike Read, David “Diddy” Hamilton and Adrian John share five days a week. Those wacky guys!

  11. Playlists and Archives for Mudd Up! with DJ/Rupture

    New favourite podcast. Completely corking. I think it’s what characters in William Gibson novels listen to.

  12. This American Life: 348: Tough Room

    Click “Full Episode” then skip forward five minutes for a quarter of an hour of ‘The Onion’s staff talking about what makes a story funny or not. (via Jane in Progress)

  13. Indiepop Radio

    Fantastic. “Indie songs with proper tunes and proper lyrics: Indiepop, Sarah Records, Brit-Pop, Shoegaze, Twee…” Streaming radio and a podcast.

  14. BBC - Programmes

    What I’ve been working on, launched today: a permanent URL for every episode of every TV and radio programme. The data needs much improving and there’s lots more goodness to come…

  15. Pulse Laser: Drawing Olinda

    Splendid piece by Jack Schulze on how they came up with ideas for the form of their exciting-sounding digital radio prototype for the BBC.

  16. BBC- Radio 4 - Afternoon Play

    Ben Moor’s ‘Coelacanth’ is the Afternoon Play today, and you can listen again for a week. I saw him do it live and it was both very funny and very touching. So do tune in.

  17. CD Times - Various (compiled by Chris Coco & Rob Da Bank)

    Bugger. Blue Room is the only radio I’ve regularly listened to (on Listen Again) since Peel died, and it finishes this month. The last corner of radio that felt like home. What do I listen to now? Suggestions very welcome.

  18. iCalShare - BBC Radio 4 schedule

    Nice iCal-able schedule. (via Haddock)

  19. BBC - Radio 3 - Mixing It - 8 July 2005

    Brian Eno will be interviewed on Mixing It this Friday.

  20. London Pirate Radio Listings

    Loads of them, slightly varying formats.

  21. BBC - Radio 3 - Beethoven Experience - downloads

    So close. Otherwise fab idea greatly marred by not splitting MP3s into movements and including the announcer’s long introduction! Doh.

  22. Stay Free! Daily: Radio Free Clear Channel

    I’m fascinated by corporations trying to appear anti-establishment, and this is an awesome/scary example.

  23. BBC Radio Streams

    Direct links to streams to avoid the rarely-working-in-Mac-Firefox Audio on Demand pop-up.

  24. blinkx video search

    Search TV and radio broadcasts. Works nicely, although clips are a bit short. “Smart Folders” (if you’re on Windows) sound good.

  25. BBC Radio Player

    Direct link to the pop-up.

  26. - The Radio Propaganda Sounds

    Some sample wavs/MP3s of the man who broadcast Nazi propaganda in English from Germany during World War II.

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