Posts Tagged ‘Eclectic’

Transports of Delight

Today’s pro­gramme fea­tures music about “Trains and Boats and Planes” — songs and pieces con­cern­ing or includ­ing mechan­i­cal trans­porta­tion. Fea­tur­ing Hamish Napier’s Scot­tish folk album, “The Rail­way”

HP Lovecraft’s 125th Birthday

Call of Cthulu

125 years (and 1 week) ago, on August 20, 1890, Howard Phillips Love­craft, the icon­ic hor­ror fic­tion author was born. Today’s pro­gram on Radio Riel’s main stream is inspired by the bizarre work of Love­craft. You will hear a very eclec­tic mix of creepy and crawly clas­si­cal, new age and jazz music.

Musical whiplash — Monday Night World Music

Turk­ish psy­che­delia? Sufi reg­gae? Indi­an jazz? Ara­bic fla­men­co? Japan­ese blue­grass? You can hear all of this and more as Mon­day Night World Music presents a globe-hop­ping set that focus­es on music that is not just one thing. Put on your seat­belts and hang on tight as we jet around the world dig­ging up both famil­iar […]

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