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Sound System Culture Special // 16-03-17

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A day of appreciation and celebration of sound system culture, with new and familiar selectors.

Sound System Culture Special: David Rodigan & Gilles Peterson // 12-2PM GMT

Gilles Peterson is joined by Reggae selector David Rodigan following the release of his new autobiography My Life In Reggae. Rodigan talks through 12 of his favourite tracks during this strictly vinyl special, playing music from artists that have strongly influenced his career.

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Sound System Culture Special: Earl Gateshead // 2-3PM GMT

Earl Gateshead has been DJing since 1979, taking his London reggae sound worldwide. He presents an hour from his vast collection for our Sound System Culture Special.

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Sound System Culture Special: Shere Khan // 3-4PM GMT

Shere Khan is a new generation soundman who is bringing older dub styles and sound into a new era. He presents an hour of vinyl brought back from his recent visit to Kingston, Jamaica for our Sound System Culture Special.

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Jazz Special with Paul Bradshaw, Mr G, K15 & Nubya Garcia // 02-03-17

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We turn to Worldwide friends and family to explore the history, current scenes and future of jazz music for a six hour special.

Paul Bradshaw with Orphy Robinson // 12-2PM GMT

Paul Bradshaw, founder of Straight No Chaser, is joined by Warriors Int. vibes-master, Orphy Robinson to talk about his Third Eye All Stars’ much anticipated rendering of Van Morrison’s 1968 masterpiece Astral Weeks.

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Nubya Garcia // 2-4PM GMT

London based saxophonist Nubya Garcia represents young London’s jazz scene alongside her band with two hours of records, as they spill the beans about upcoming projects and shows.

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Mr G and K15 // 4-6PM GMT

Long-standing UK house master and Phoenix G. label owner, Mr G joins Wild Oats and Eglo-signed multi-genre maverick, K15, for a special two hour jazz show. 20170302 Mr G + K15

 

 

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International Day: Melbourne, LA, Rio, Brussels & London // 01-03-17

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Every Wednesday International Day samples local music scenes from around the world, presented by some friends who have helped put their cities on the map.

This week we’re headed to Melbourne, LA, Rio, Brussels and London.

WW Melbourne with Ennio Styles with Bohjass and Prequel with Harvey Sutherland & CC:Disco

Broadcaster Ennio Styles brings spiritual jazz outfit Bohjass, before producer Prequel invites analogue synthesist and keyboard supremo alongside Australia’s first lady of disco, CC:DISCO! for a four hour session.
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WW LA presented by Jeremy Sole & Jimetta Rose

Jeremy Sole presents ‘Family Values’ with Thalma de Freitas & Laercio de Freitas for a live duet, Jimetta Rose welcomes Fatima and Cameron Graves (West Coast Get Down) into her Garden of Sound, and Stones Throw celebrate a special with Dan Digs and Koreatown Oddity.

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WW Rio: A Point of View with Kassin & Joao

Alexandre Kassin and his musical partner Joao present two hours direct from Rio de Janeiro.

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WW Brussels: Earlybird with Lefto

Weekly show with Lefto, the Brussels based selector and Studio Brussels host.

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WW London with Gilles Peterson

Gilles represents London with two hours live from our HQ.

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Gilles Peterson presents ‘Cape Town Sounds’

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Gilles Peterson presents ‘Cape Town Sounds’, an audio documentary exploring the music of the city and what makes it unique.

As part of Lufthansa’s City of the Month campaign, Gilles travelled to Cape Town in early February to speak to some key figures of the varied musical movements of the city, including the indigenous music of the Khoisan bushmen, Cape jazz, 80s kwaito, bubblegum pop, hip-hop and spoken word, all the way through to today’s burgeoning electronic music scene.

Gilles and Esa also hosted a Worldwide FM pop-up radio broadcast live from Cape Town, featuring many of the guests from the documentary, which you can listen to below.

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Worldwide Family Takeover // 23-02-17

The studio is taken over by our very capable friends from Brownswood, Future Bubblers and long time collaborators.

Worldwide Family // Brownswood Radio // 12-1PM GMT

Brownswood‘s Ruby and Jake lift the lid on Gilles’ label, journeying through its colourful 10 year history and unchartered future.

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Worldwide Family // Future Bubblers // 1-2PM GMT

Amy and Selassie offer an insight into their talent discovery and development programme, Future Bubblers, powered by Brownswood Music. Strictly new, UK music.

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Worldwide Family // Sophie Callis // 23-02-17 // 2-3PM GMT

Monthly show from London DJ and Worldwide Family member, Sophie Callis.

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Brand new monthly show from Canadian London DJ and Worldwide Family member, Leanne, who brings new music and surprise guests.

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International Day: Brussels, Toronto, Rio, London & LA // 22-02-17

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Every Wednesday International Day samples local music scenes from around the world, presented by some friends who have helped put their cities on the map.

This week we turn to Brussels, Toronto, Rio de Janerio, London and Los Angeles.

WW Brussels: Earlybird with Lefto // 10AM-12PM GMT

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Lefto kicks off the day from Belgium with smooth and chilled sounds. Including new music from Henry Wu, Superpoze and Ifan Dafydd.

WW Canada: Toronto special presented by Lexis // 12-4PM GMT

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Lexis (Music Is My Sanctuary) is surveying the Canadian scene and alternating between Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver through a series of shows. This time Lexis travels to Toronto to host a few of the city’s most important artists and music heads for a four hour special.

WW Rio // A Point of View with Kassin & Joao // 4-6PM GMT

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Alexandre Kassin is one of Brazil’s leading producers, having worked as the musical director at the 2016 Rio Paralympics and as a co-producer of Sonzeira. With his musical partner Joao, they present two hours direct from Rio de Janeiro, on the week of carnival.

WW London: Gilles Peterson with John Gómez // 6-8PM GMT

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London DJ and record collector John Gómez joins Gilles to discuss his new compilation for Music From Memory, Outro Tempo: Electronic and Contemporary Music From Brazil, 1978-1992.
WW LA // 8-2AM GMT

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This week WW LA is live and direct from Bedrock LA, with DJ sets and live performances.

Lineup:

WW LA: Aaron Byrd & Ethio Cali (live) // 8-10PM GMT (12-2PM PST)
WW LA: Andrew Jervis Bandcamp Monthly // 10-11PM GMT (2-3PM PST)
WW LA: Jimetta Rose’s Garden of Sound // 11PM-12AM GMT (3-4PM PST)
WW LA: Steve Napela with Kenny Segal (Live) // 12PM-2AM GMT / (4-6PM PST)

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WW Mexico: Thris Tian presents live from Bahidora Festival // 18 & 19-02-17

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Thris Tian heads to Bahidora Festival, Mexico. He’ll be capturing exclusive interviews with some of the weekend’s biggest names. Headliners include Mac Miller, Leon Vynehall and Mayer Hawthorne.

Local talent include the likes of Wet Baes, Jubilee, Trillones, Agrupación Cariño, RJD2, Ali Gua Gua, Frente Cumbiero, Systema Solar and Mad Professor.

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19-02-17 // 4-8PM GMT 

Listen back to Thris Tian’s Bahidora preview mix via Mixcloud below.

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Sound System Culture Special with Channel One and Sherwood & Pinch // 16-02-17

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We delve into sound system culture with a four hour special, with shows from Channel One Sound System and Sherwood and Pinch.

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Channel One is one of the most significant and iconic crews in dub and reggae sound system culture. They joined us in the studio for two hours of education and classics.

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Two undeniable heavyweights in UK bass music, Adrian Sherwood of On-U Sound Records and Rob Ellis AKA Pinch, present two hours of music ranging from dub to jungle, as well as their new release Man vs. Sofa.

 

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International Day // 15-02-17

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Every Wednesday International Day samples local music scenes from around the world, presented by some friends who have helped put their cities on the map.

Listen back to all of our International Day sessions from the 15 February 2017 below.

WW Brussels: Earlybird presented by Lefto (10AM-12PM GMT) // 11AM-1PM CET

Lefto kicks off the day with a session with Chicago drummer Mikaya McCraven, a tribute to Al Jarreau and new music from Jonwayne, Onra and Clap! Clap! all from his studio in Brussels, Belgium.

WW Istanbul presented by Debora Ipekel (12-4PM GMT) // 3-7PM TRT

Debora Ipekel presents four hours from her Istanbul hometown showcasing fresh talent and local diggers, including Alpman, Mr Zula and Kerem Akdag.


WW Milano: MONO JAZZ presented by Rocco Pandiani & Denis Longhi (4-6PM GMT) // 5-7PM CET

Rocco Pandiani (founder of Right Tempo Records) and Denis Longhi (head of Milan’s Jazz:Re:Found festival) present MONO JAZZ, two hours centred on jazz from the 1950s to the present day.

WW London presented by Gilles Peterson (6-8PM GMT)

Gilles live from our HQ in East London, with Paul Bradshaw, editor of Straight No Chaser, discussing upcoming new releases for the first time in 10 years.

WW LA presented by Jeremy Sole and Jimetta Rose (8PM-2AM GMT) // 12-6PM PST

Jeremy Sole & Jimetta Rose present a weekly six hour broadcast live from LA, this week welcoming Miles Mosley & Tony Austin of the West Coast Get Down, Sudan Archives, and Tommaso Cappellato.

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Worldwide Awards live broadcast on Worldwide FM // 21-01-17 // 8PM-3AM GMT

If you missed out on the chance of a ticket to this year’s Worldwide Awards, you haven’t missed out on catching the action yet. We’re broadcasting the whole event – from the DJ sets to the live performances to the awards themselves. We’re bringing it all to you, wherever you are.

See the full running order below, along with information about when you can tune in.

Running Order:

9PM GMT // Sarathy Korwar
9:30PM // Kalbata
9:45PM // Trim
10PM // Lefto
10:15PM // RIP section
10:20PM // Special Guest #1
10:35PM // Noname
10:50PM // Superband feat Ezra Collective / Jimetta Rose / Trim / Noname
11:35PM // Acid Arab
11:50PM // Awards Section
12:20AM // Special guest #2
12:50AM // Photay
1:30AM // Jameszoo
2AM // Matthew Herbert
2:30AM // Lefto

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