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Centuries of Sound on Cambridge 105 Radio – Episode 24 (1916)

Time: 8pm BST, Saturday 20th June 2020

Place: Cambridge 105 Radio


This time James Errington is joined by John Ashlin to explore the music of 1916. 89 more words

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Centuries of Sound on Cambridge 105 Radio – Episode 23 (1915)

Time: 8pm BST, Saturday 23rd May 2020

Place: Cambridge 105 Radio


James Errington takes you on another journey into the pre-history of recorded sound – this time joined by Cambridge 105 Radio’s own Alex Elbro to explore the music of 1915, from hot dance ragtime to South-American proto-tango, English music hall comedy and some surprising responses to the first world war. 43 more words

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Centuries of Sound on Cambridge 105 Radio – Episode 22 (1914)

Time: 8pm BST, Saturday 25th April 2020

Place: Cambridge 105 Radio

James Errington takes you on another trip into the ancient history of recorded sound, this time joined by Cambridge native Liam Higgins to review the music scene on both sides of the Atlantic in 1914, the year the lights famously went out all over Europe. 70 more words

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Centuries of Sound on Cambridge 105 Radio – Episode 21 (1913)

Time: 8pm GMT, Saturday 28th March 2020

Place: Cambridge 105 Radio

Another adventure back into the early days of recorded sound with James Errington, this time joined by Cambridge 105 Radio’s Maciek Pawlikowski to listen to some of the sounds of 1913, the year of the short-lived hot dance ragtime craze, led by the first all-black orchestra and the couple who brought the foxtrot to prominence. 51 more words

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Centuries of Sound on Cambridge 105 Radio – Episode 20 (1912)

Time: 8pm GMT, Saturday 29th February 2020

Place: Cambridge 105 Radio

More time-travel to the early days of recorded sound with James Errington. This time we find out about the interminable history of musical snobbery, hear some immensely beautiful, surprisingly thick Edison diamond discs and hear what Al Jolson and Billy Murray are up to. 40 more words

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Centuries of Sound on Cambridge 105 Radio – Episode 19 (1911)

Time: 8pm GMT, Saturday 1st February 2020

Place: Cambridge 105 Radio

Time travel through audio history with James Errington, this time joined by Cambridge 105’s own Kasia Wozniak to listen to the sounds of 1911, featuring Eastern European émigrés Al Jolson, Irving Berlin and Sophie Tucker; the future president of Poland playing some Chopin; scat singing 15 years before it was supposedly invented; a story about three trees and a bunny rabbit and another story where a baby is mistaken for a piano, and hilarity ensues. 36 more words

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Centuries of Sound on Cambridge 105 Radio – Episode 18 (1910)

Time: 8pm GMT, Saturday 4th January 2020

Place: Cambridge 105fm

Back for the new decade, that decade being the 1910s, audio historian James Errington returns for a deep dive into the sounds of 110 years ago. 63 more words

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