Playing tracks by
John Mayer, Scrimshire and Manu Delago.
Tonight we begin an extended conversation about the rights and wrongs of cleaning up The Thames in the context of a major capital project which guest Graham Stevens sees scientifically as misconceived. Across the weekend we explore the sheer range of his enquiry and practice as both scientist and artist. Inevitably the Newshoundry cater through what we know so far about the Hustings prospects and a local initiative to unseat the incumbency over Brexit- but we begin with a snapshot of San Fran and Trumpery on campus. Tonight's Fictive Dream story is an evocation borne of Clapham North some years ago but written over in Oz , and in Podgers' Corner we heard from an Ethiopian Concent Nonegenerian and the late great Gordon Langford. New music from Bee Bakare, John Mayer, Leveret and the first leg of a live session from Hideaway from the brilliant Deleelah with the Vince Dunn Quintet ahead of the Newshoundry.