Radio Free D’ni

Theme Tunes, season 3

Our third outing on the theme of theme tunes, and this time we’ll concentrate on the British side of the TV channel.

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse

115R St. Patrick’s Day

A show of Irish music and music by Irish artists, old and new, traditional and modern and all things in between.  Fitting in between the two parades, I began to worry that nobody was coming along, but in the end we had a very large crowd and at least 26 listener connections.  Malaclypse was too ill to host so it was a solo show from me, Alan, who was also not very well but managed to keep from coughing during the important bits.

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244 Interntional Women’s Day 2024

A show for IWD, but a few days late, to finish up the week.   Lots of new to us tracks, with a nice section of French and African artists from one of our collaborators.  Game server was being unreliable too, an unusual occurrence these days.

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Anticipating IWD

Looking forward to International Women’s Day, we will present a women-forward show this week.

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse

243 ECM Records

A lovely show put together by Hugh from the catalog of the ECM Record label, and introducing me to a lot of stuff I’d not heard before and liked a lot.  Up to 21 listeners for this show, a good number these days.

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ECM Records

This week’s bit will show off speciality label ECM Records and its artists. Founded in the late 1960s as a Jazz label in Germany, they have grown significantly out of their pigeonhole.

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse

Rarities and What-Ifs, part 8

This week, we will have an updated collection of bits that are not exactly regular radio fare, or that have an interesting bit of history behind them. As always, the selections will be quite varied.

See you in the Cavern,
Malaclypse

242 MOULa 14th Anniversary

A show for the 14th anniversary of Myst Online: Uru Live again, taking the theme of Ivory, opal and Dahlias, and doing our best with as limited selection of tracks.  Even expanding it to include elephants didn’t help too much.  However, I just added a few favourite Myst-related tracks to the final part of the show, ones that were danceable, and it seemed to work quite well 🙂

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