This is the blog for Daily Subversions the weekly radio programme presented by Amber Jacobs on ResonanceFM every Friday 11.30am (starting May 6th 2011) and repeated every Wednesday at 5pm. A Daily Subversion can be any practice or action in an everyday situation that in some way disrupts entrenched power relations, makes the familiar strange, reveals underlying ideologies, uses humour in unlikely contexts, inspires solidarity and resistance and more...

Sunday, 29 May 2011

This week's show.........

On this week's show (Friday June 3rd 11.30am) you can hear barrister, Ulele Burnham on not wearing bibs, artist Simon Wells being stealthy (can't find a link so here is a completely different Simon Wells unicycling in Tokyo), performance artist, Lois Weaver hanging out her washing and Iain Sinclair writer and perambulating psycho-geographer on not mentioning that thing that's happening in 2012.

More details of Iain Sinclair and Andrew Kötting's Swandown project and related events can be found HERE. Click the picture for more on the Swan Pedalo Project (and more pictures by NRG Smith)

Friday, 27 May 2011

Download the Show

Today's show is now posted here as an mp3 file in our archive section (look to the right).
Listen again or download.
The programme is also repeated on ResonanceFM on wednesdays at 5pm.

Monday, 23 May 2011

This week's show...

This Friday 11.30 am May 27th tune in to hear writer & editor at the LRB, Paul Myerscough's cycle-subversion, artist Trish Lyons' action for Ai Weiwei on the day his installation ended at the Tate and author of Non-Stop Inertia and warehouse operative, Ivor Southwood on not going that extra mile...
The show and background music will be posted in the archive after the broadcast -and also don't forget it will be repeated on ResonanceFM on wednesday.


Daily Subversions is now repeated on ResonanceFM every wednesday at 5pm.

Friday, 20 May 2011

This weeks show now available in the archive (on the right). The background music "Yogacide" can be downloaded here.

Tune in next week for writer & editor at the LRB, Paul Myerscough's cycle-subversion, artist Trish Lyons' action for Ai Weiwei on the day his installation ended at the Tate and author of Non-Stop Inertia and warehouse operative, Ivor Southwood on not going that extra mile...

Monday, 16 May 2011

This week's show.

11.30 am Friday 20th May
This week's Daily Subversions are from Gordon Hon, film maker Melanie Light and artist Alex Schady.
After the show is broadcast on friday you can download it from here.

Friday, 13 May 2011

This weeks show.

This weeks show went out late & was cut short (like many people Resonance isn't too sharp in the morning). Anyway they have promised to get up early tomorrow & put the whole show out at 11am.
Meanwhile you can download the mp3 here
It features the author of Capitalist Realism, Mark Fisher AKA Kpunk and veteran feminist activist and theorist, Lynne Segal whose very interesting and entertaining autobiography has the very appropriate title Making Trouble.

Thursday, 12 May 2011

Tomorrows Show

Don't forget to listen to Daily Subversions on Resonance FM tomorrow morning (Friday 13th May) at 11.30. To hear Mark Fisher and Lynne Segal discuss their own daily subversions and their thoughts on subversion in relation to cultural and political resistance.

Or download it here later.

Friday, 6 May 2011

Download the first show.

Click here for an MP3 of the entire show.

The music in this show is Vultures of Cordoba by Alan Gill under the name Dalek I on a cassette only release from about 1985. It can be downloaded along with the rest of the cassette from this dusty corner of the web. Alan Gill is still making music in an improvisational outfit called The Most High.

Tuesday, 3 May 2011

First Programme

The first show of Daily Subversions is on this Friday 6th May 11.30 am on Resonance FM.
It will also be available here after the broadcast.
The first show features Tim Mathews from  UK Uncut, Journalist Suzanne Moore and Nursery Teacher Lorraine Richardson.

Next weeks show (13th May) will feature Mark Fisher and Lynne Segal