Music for Films
About This Show
'Music for Films' is a monthly podcast about the music, films and music for films which have shaped people’s lives.
On our three year mission to explore the subterranean sources of London’s culture we’ve created the Scala Underground Film Map, which imagines the Tube as a film festival programmed by the legendary cinema at Kings Cross.
Music for Films is on Resonance 104.4 FM in London on the third Monday of each month.
The BeeKeepers create unique events, design games, interpret history and make radio programmes. We’re interested in connecting the past, the present and the future, and in people choosing their own adventures.
Most Recent Episode
More Music for Films - Clapham Common - The Company of Wolves, with Rosemary Hill
2 and a half hour version, first broadcast 8pm, 18th July 2016 on Resonance FM in London.
Every month, interesting people talk about the music, films and music for films which have shaped their lives.
Roz and Tim loiter on Clapham Common, near to the home of Angela Carter, the late novelist, poet and screen-writer with director Neil Jordan of 'The Company of Wolves'. (Which is at Clapham Common on our Scala map of London underground films).
Our guest in the studio is Rosemary Hill, Augustus Pugin's biographer and contributing editor to the London Review of Books, who's edited a collection of Carter's published verse from 1963-1971, 'Unicorn'. We talk to Rosemary about Angela, architecture, cinema, "gimcrack, the fantastic, the free play of the imagination" and the wild woods.
* Rosemary Hill's blog 'Unicorn: The Poetry of Angela Carter'
* The Scala London Underground Film Map 1916 – 2016
London’s radicals, underworlds and counter-cultures over a century of cinema, through a Tube map re-imagined as a film festival programmed by the legendary Scala cinema at Kings Cross.