11th April 2014

In Conversation and in Concert

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Review in The Telegraph by Thomas H Green

April 14th, 2014

Our organiser Thomas H Green who is also a writer for The Telegraph has published a write up of the event last week. “Liberated from the BBC, the Radiophonic Workshop are reclaiming their throne as the godfathers of English electronic music, says Thomas H Green” You can read all about it...

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Timelapse of the Radiophonic Workshop Set Up

April 14th, 2014

Mike Spice, who runs the Showroom at the University of Chichester developed this brilliant timelapse of the Radiophonic Workshop set up, sound check and concert at the University of Chichester. radiophonic workshop, timelapse from durian pictures on Vimeo....

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Radiophonic Workshop: Photos from the Conference

April 11th, 2014

On the 11th April, the re-formed members of the Radiophonic Workshop attended a one day conference at University of Chichester, including talks and panels, which will be followed by an exclusive live concert.  We had a fantastic day and enjoyed the brilliant discussions from both Radiophonic Worksh...

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Thanks For The Wall Of Sound

April 11th, 2014

I could have stayed at my friend Mark’s longer on the evening of Wednesday 29 August 1979. It had been a great day kicking around with a mate – not doing anything in particular, as you do when you’re young – but at 7pm I had said thank you to him and his parents for […]...

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Time Regained: By Dr Matthew Sweet

April 11th, 2014

How did it happen for you? Perhaps you stumbled on it through iTunes. Perhaps you were in the Albert Hall last year when Mark Ayres and Peter Howell sent Logopolitan chords soaring over the heads of the Prommers. Perhaps you noticed the dog’s ears twitching during that 1983 Nationwide report with ...

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It Started With A Hiss: The BBC Radiophonic Workshop

April 11th, 2014

1958 saw the birth of some enduring BBC institutions: The Black and White Minstrel Show, Blue Peter, the prestigious Arts series Monitor, wraparound Sports strand Grandstand and – hidden away in the BBC’s Maida Vale Studios – the phantasmagorical Radiophonic Workshop.  It was the brainchild o...

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Vile Electrodes to Perform at Radiophonic Workshop After Party

March 9th, 2014

Vile Electrodes are an underground electro-pop duo consisting of Anaïs Neon and Martin Swan. The pair major colourfully in analogue synthesizers, fetish wear and Ballard-ian imagery. They released a sparkling debut album, The Future Through A Lens, last year and toured Europe with OMD, as well as ...

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Celebrating the Godfathers of British Electronic Music

March 1st, 2014

On Friday 11th April The University of Chichester’s Department of Media celebrates the Radiophonic Workshop with a day of interviews, lectures, talks and panels, culminating in a rare opportunity to see the Workshop perform live. Renowned media experts and seminal electronic musicians – to b...

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