To help while away the long summer nights there’s a new edition of The Loop on Radio Wildfire with a brand new mix of material – Now playing 24/7 a selection of stories, satires, poetry, spoken word, music and interview @ www.radiowildfire.com –another continuous Loop of live literature and chat.
In this edition …
The Loop brings you poetry with music and soundscape including The Antipoet; 6&8; Mark Goodwin; and interpretations of two of Julie Boden‘s poems from her Love in Leamington series by The Bookshop Band and Gabrielle Byam-Grounds.
The Loop brings you poetry and spoken word from Deborah Tyler-Bennett; Charles Lauder Jnr; Alfa from Germany via Liverpool; and Bob Harding-Jones.
The Loop brings you poetry as satire and protest with Michael Clifton from New Zealand;Wez Jefferies turning his attention to bankers; and RnR(ReevesSquared) the team from re.Lit onRadio Wildfire.
The Loop talks to Heather Wastie about her writing residency at Kidderminster Carpet Museumin Worcesteshire and showcases some of the work she is producing there.
The Loop brings you the first episode of a play set in the fanciers lofts of Birmingham fromProject Pigeon and the the unique sound of Manuel Montero’s Pinguinos en el Himalaya.
The Loop brings you music and song from So it Goes …; Cult of Wedge; and Manni.
So join us and listen by going to www.radiowildfire.com and clicking on The Loop
(And don’t forget, you can upload soundfiles of your own work to the ‘Submit’ page of the Radio Wildfire website. Mp3s are our preferred format. You can also ensure you always get reminders of upcoming shows on Radio Wildfire by following us on Twitter.)
The Loop is curated by Vaughn Reeves and will play online continuously for the next month (approximately), except during our live broadcast on Monday 1st July starting at 8.00pm UK time with a full programme of pre-recorded tracks, live studio guests and conversation.
We hope you enjoy it.
Best wishes from the folk at Radio Wildfire.
WHAT IS RADIO WILDFIRE?
Radio Wildfire is an independent online radio station which blends spoken word, poetry, performance literature, comedy, storytelling, short stories and more with a novel selection of word/music fusion and an eclectic mix of musical styles. www.radiowildfire.com currently broadcasts live 8.00-10.00pm (UK time) on the first Monday of every month.