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Music of the Baroque

Today, Sat­ur­day April 9th, we explore the music of the Baroque era. We’ll be includ­ing the work of a wide range of com­posers, and today’s pro­gramme includes a wide selec­tion of com­po­si­tions by J S Bach.

Then at 12 noon and 4pm Pacif­ic / 8pm or mid­night UK time, there’s anoth­er chance to hear the lat­est episode of “Where Have You Been?”, our show on places to vis­it and things to do around the Sec­ond Life Grid, broad­cast every Wednes­day and Sat­ur­day. In the cur­rent episode, we vis­it the Ribong Gallery Art­space, where not­ed artist Haveit Neox has a new exhi­bi­tion, along with oth­er artists.

And every four hours from 4am Pacific/noon in the UK, tune in for “The Engines of Our Inge­nu­ity”, from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Hous­ton, about the machines that make our civ­i­liza­tion run and the peo­ple whose inge­nu­ity cre­at­ed them.

Music of the Baroque

Today, Wednes­day, March 9th, we explore the music of the Baroque era. We’ll be includ­ing the work of a wide range of composers.

Then at 12 noon and 4pm Pacif­ic / 8pm or mid­night UK time, there’s anoth­er chance to hear the lat­est episode of “Where Have You Been?”, our show on places to vis­it and things to do around the Sec­ond Life Grid, broad­cast every Wednes­day and Saturday.

Some­times you just want to get out and see some­thing new or dif­fer­ent. This time, we are vis­it­ing a small venue on the edge of a con­ti­nent that is just per­fect for that sort of thing:  The Decks, owned by Jack Vin­cent. Details are here.

And every four hours from 4am Pacific/noon in the UK, tune in for “The Engines of Our Inge­nu­ity”, from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Hous­ton, about the machines that make our civ­i­liza­tion run and the peo­ple whose inge­nu­ity cre­at­ed them.

Music of the Baroque

Today, Sat­ur­day Feb­ru­ary 12th, we explore the music of the Baroque era. We’ll be includ­ing the work of a wide range of com­posers. Many will be famil­iar; oth­er per­haps less so; or they may have writ­ten pieces that we know well but have no idea of who com­posed them — for exam­ple Eng­lish com­pos­er Thomas Arne, who wrote Rule Bri­tan­nia but also a range of oth­er pieces which deserve more inter­est than is usu­al­ly paid to them.

Then at 12 noon and 4pm Pacif­ic / 8pm or mid­night UK time, there’s anoth­er chance to hear the lat­est episode of “Where Have You Been?”, our twice-month­ly show on places to vis­it and things to do around the Sec­ond Life Grid. Series 2 Episode 3 fea­tures two muse­ums that offer sim­i­lar, and con­trast­ing con­tent for res­i­dents to enjoy.  The show airs at 12 noon and 4pm Pacific/SLT, that’s 8pm and mid­night in the UK. It’ll run on Wednes­days and Sat­ur­days at the same times. Details are here.

And every four hours from 4am Pacific/noon in the UK, tune in for “The Engines of Our Inge­nu­ity”, from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Hous­ton, about the machines that make our civ­i­liza­tion run and the peo­ple whose inge­nu­ity cre­at­ed them.

Music of the Baroque

Today, Sat­ur­day Novem­ber 13th, we explore the music of the Baroque era. We’ll be includ­ing the work of a wide range of com­posers. Many will be famil­iar; oth­er per­haps less so; or they may have writ­ten pieces that we know well but have no idea of who com­posed them — for exam­ple Eng­lish com­pos­er Thomas Arne, who wrote Rule Bri­tan­nia but also a range of oth­er pieces which deserve more inter­est than is usu­al­ly paid to them.

Then at 12 noon and 4pm Pacif­ic / 8pm or mid­night UK time, there’s anoth­er chance to hear the lat­est episode of “Where Have You Been?”, our twice-month­ly show on places to vis­it and things to do around the Sec­ond Life Grid. Episode 20 fea­tures two very dif­fer­ent art gal­leries in Sec­ond Life, yet pur­su­ing sim­i­lar goals of access to both artists and res­i­dents: The Love&Love Fac­to­ry Art Gallery and The Elven Falls Art Col­lec­tive. More details here.

Every four hours from 4am Pacific/noon in the UK, tune in for “The Engines of Our Inge­nu­ity”, from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Hous­ton, about the machines that make our civ­i­liza­tion run and the peo­ple whose inge­nu­ity cre­at­ed them.

Music of the Baroque

Today, Wednes­day Octo­ber 6th, we explore the music of the Baroque era. We’ll be includ­ing the work of a wide range of com­posers. Many will be famil­iar; oth­er per­haps less so; or they may have writ­ten pieces that we know well but have no idea of who com­posed them — for exam­ple Eng­lish com­pos­er Thomas Arne, who wrote Rule Bri­tan­nia but also a range of oth­er pieces which deserve more inter­est than is usu­al­ly paid to them. And there is plen­ty of Bach in today’s programme!

Then at 12 noon and 4pm Pacif­ic / 8pm or mid­night UK time, there’s anoth­er chance to hear Episode 17 of “Where Have You Been?”, our twice-month­ly show on places to vis­it and things to do around the Sec­ond Life Grid. And in this sea­son­al episode, we vis­it Embrace Aphrodite’s Dark­ness and Ghast­ly Manor. Fea­tur­ing three attrac­tions, rang­ing from a scenic rail­road to an arcade ghost-train style ride, it’s a delight­ful­ly var­ied des­ti­na­tion for those who love Hallowe’en fun.

And every four hours from 4am Pacific/noon in the UK, tune in for “The Engines of Our Inge­nu­ity”, from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Hous­ton, about the machines that make our civ­i­liza­tion run and the peo­ple whose inge­nu­ity cre­at­ed them.

In addi­tion, don’t for­get to catch our pre­sen­ta­tion of Franken­stein in two parts start­ing Sat­ur­day 9th.

Music of the Baroque

Today, Sat­ur­day Sep­tem­ber 4th, we explore the music of the Baroque era. We’ll be includ­ing the work of a wide range of com­posers. Many will be famil­iar; oth­er per­haps less so; or they may have writ­ten pieces that we know well but have no idea of who com­posed them — for exam­ple Eng­lish com­pos­er Thomas Arne, who wrote Rule Bri­tan­nia but also a range of oth­er pieces which deserve more inter­est than is usu­al­ly paid to them.

Then at 12 noon and 4pm Pacif­ic / 8pm or mid­night UK time, there’s anoth­er chance to hear Episode 15 of “Where’ve You Been?”, our twice-month­ly show on places to vis­it and things to do around the Sec­ond Life Grid. In this episode, we vis­it Art Korner SL, which focus­es on art and pho­tog­ra­phy show­cased in-world across many dif­fer­ent gen­res and forms. You can read more about it here.

And every four hours from 4am Pacific/noon in the UK, tune in for “The Engines of Our Inge­nu­ity”, from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Hous­ton, about the machines that make our civ­i­liza­tion run and the peo­ple whose inge­nu­ity cre­at­ed them.

New Shows on Mixcloud: Tarot @ Teatime 13 and Where’ve You Been 14

It’s time to add two new pro­grammes to our Mix­cloud “Lis­ten Again” facil­i­ty. Lis­ten to them now at https://www.mixcloud.com/virtualcommunityradio/

In  Episode 14 of “Where’ve You Been”, we vis­it the Haunt­ed Man­sion trib­ute on Lythria. Owned by Nance Clowes, it is a trib­ute to the theme park attrac­tion first devel­oped by Walt Dis­ney Imag­i­neers for Dis­ney­land, and sub­se­quent­ly for oth­er Dis­ney destinations.

And in “Tarot @ TeatimeEpisode 13, Hon­ey and Wil­low dis­cuss dif­fer­ent approach­es to study­ing the Major Arcana, and how to iden­ti­fy your Per­son­al­i­ty and Soul cards. (Please ignore the mis­lead­ing URL of the link! — it’s episode 13, not 12.)

New Shows on Mixcloud: Tarot @ Teatime 12 and Where’ve You Been 13

We’re pleased to announce the addi­tion of two new pro­grammes to our Mix­cloud “Lis­ten Again” facil­i­ty. Lis­ten to them now at https://www.mixcloud.com/virtualcommunityradio/

Where’ve You BeenEpisode 13 fea­tures The SLEA Bridge Project, a two region con­nec­tive stretch between the SLEA home region (with its per­form­ing arts cen­tre, Machin­i­ma­land, and edu­ca­tion spaces, etc) and the quar­ter region small project area.

And in “Tarot @ TeatimeEpisode 12, Hon­ey and Wil­low explore the his­to­ry behind the Rid­er Waite Smith tarot deck.

Music of the Baroque

Today, Sat­ur­day August 7, we explore the music of the Baroque era. We’ll be includ­ing the work of a wide range of com­posers. Many will be famil­iar; oth­er per­haps less so; or they may have writ­ten pieces that we know well but have no idea of who com­posed them — for exam­ple Eng­lish com­pos­er Thomas Arne, who wrote Rule Bri­tan­nia but also a range of oth­er pieces which deserve more inter­est than is usu­al­ly paid to them. And on this occa­sion we are also explor­ing a range of works by J S Bach — some well-known and oth­ers less familiar.

Then at 12 noon and 4pm Pacif­ic / 8pm or mid­night UK time, there’s anoth­er chance to hear Episode 13 of “Where’ve You Been?”, our twice-month­ly show on places to vis­it and things to do around the Sec­ond Life Grid. This time we’re pay­ing a return vis­it to the Sec­ond Life Endow­ment for the Arts (SLEA), focus­ing on the near­ly-com­plet­ed Bridge Project.  You’ll find more details here. And every four hours from 4am Pacific/noon in the UK, tune in for “The Engines of Our Inge­nu­ity”, from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Hous­ton, about the machines that make our civ­i­liza­tion run and the peo­ple whose inge­nu­ity cre­at­ed them.

New Shows on Mixcloud: Tarot @ Teatime 11 and Where’ve You Been 12

We’re pleased to announce the addi­tion of two new pro­grammes to our Mix­cloud “Lis­ten Again” facil­i­ty. Lis­ten to them now at https://www.mixcloud.com/virtualcommunityradio/

Where’ve You Been” Episode 12 fea­tures The Bor­der­less Project, an inter­ac­tive dig­i­tal art exhi­bi­tion that explores light: reflec­tions, struc­tures, move­ment, cre­ation and evolution. .

Tarot @ Teatime” Episode 11 explores sev­er­al clas­sic Tarot spreads and how to read them.