Wavelength is broadcast on Resonance104.4fm Fridays at 2:45 GMT and repeated Sundays at 09:00 GMT.

 Spacey Bruce Lacey
This week's guest on Wavelength is William Fowler , the British Film Institute's first dedicated curator of artists' moving image. Since joining the BFI in 2005 he has undertaken a number of film restoration projects, seasons and DVD releases. He conceived and co-programmes the BFI Southbank strand Essential Experiments and co-conceived and co-programmes with Vic Pratt the popular monthly programme The Flipside; he also presents films internationally. He has written for The Guardian, Sight & Sound, Eikon and Framework, as well as BFI Screenonline and the Mediatheques. His curatorial projects have included Gazwrx: The Films of Jeff Keen, Here's a Health to the Barley Mow and Visionary Landscapes - the last presented with LUX. His BFI DVD and film season The Lacey Rituals: Films by Bruce Lacey (and Friends), which featured a brand new film by Nick Abrahams and Turner Prize-winner Jeremy Deller, was launched in 2012. The programme will focus on The Spacey Bruce Lacey , Film Music and Improvisations (Trunk Records 2014)
14th November 2014
 Angel in the Dark
The beautiful and immensely talented Sandra Cross also known as DJ Hybridist concludes her three part eulogy to singer/songwriter Laura Nyro.
7th November 2014
 Tribute to Jack Bruce (1943-2014)
Sixty minutes of Jack Bruce who died on 25th October 2014. Two tracks from 1964 with the Graham Bond Organisation, Politician from Goodbye Cream 1969, Weird of Hermiston from Songs for a Tailor 1969, Folk Song from Live at the BBC 1977 (and later; We're Going Wrong from the same album), Desire Develops an Edge 1983, Vertical's Currency 1985, and Exotica 1992 (all with Kip Hanrahan) and finally Reach for the Night from Silver Rails 2014.
31st October 2014
 Film of the Same Name
Film of the Same Name follows Philip Sanderson and Steven Ball as they revisit the haunted landscapes of their 1980s film trilogy Apostrophe S. The film melds the filmmakers' revisiting of the locations of the original films, a workshop re-enactment, and topographic animation, all set to a soundtrack of newly composed songs and music with fragmentary echoes of the earlier films.
24th October 2014
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