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L'Autre Radio, Chateaugontier
every 2nd & 4th wednesday of the month, 21h00 Paris Time

Euradio 101.3 FM, Nantes
sunday, 21h00 Paris Time 
monday, 23h00 Paris Time

Campus FM 94.0, Toulouse
tuesday, midnight, Paris Time

Radio Campus Tours 99.5 FM, Tours
sunday, 21h30 Paris Time  


Soundart Radio 102.5 FM, Dartington and Totnes
friday, 23h, London Time (GMT+01:00)

UK-Europe Jazz Radio 24/7, Web
schedule coming up


Radio Panik 105.4 FM, Brussels
Tuesday, 15h-17h (GMT +02:00) 
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WGXC 90.7FM, Greene & Columbia, NY
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Spectacular Radio
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Jazz Poetry Improv, London, Jul 24 / Oxford, Jul 26

next gig: april 10, SJQ London, click for details and line-up.

Colin Webster, tenor sax 
Shura Greenberg, doublebass 
Ed Hiller, drums
Taran Singh, poetry

LONDON: Sunday the 24th of July 7pm till 10.30pm, door: £3
Servant Jazz Quarters | 10a BRADBURY STREET | DALSTON | N16 8JN | website
Two minutes walk from Dalston Kingsland and Dalston Junction London Overground stations. 
The following buses stop nearby: 30, 38, 56, 67, 76, 149, 236, 242, 277, N38, N76

OXFORD: Tuesday the 26th of July 7:30pm, door: £5
The Cellar | FREWIN COURT | Oxford | OXF, UK OX13HZ | Map
a full fun-packed exciting evening. a night of poetry, music and visuals. Oxford poets and LPS AV artists covering '30s - '50s jazz poets. full info here   On the bill: Taran Singh | Tamara and the Martyrs | Caroline Bird | Adam Pelling-Deeves

Jazz Poetry Improv Ensemble brings together performance poetry and free jazz. Taran Singh performs poetry by the Beat Generation poets, black poets and original poems. The musicians improvise around the voice to create the sonic atmosphere that the context and the tone of the poems call for. Each performance is unique, cos entirely improvised in the moment. The poems are fun and the music runs the gamut from blues to jazz to funk to free jazz.

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