The weekly show dedicated to film, TV, library music and related recordings, hosted by Jonny Trunk.
OST 01.06.2014 – Robin The Fog’s Denman Horn Special
Soundtracks, library and television music, usually brought to you by Mr. Jonny Trunk. This week’s show (and the first podcast in ages, for which we are truly and humbly sorry) comes to you from the Science Museum in London’s South Kensington, and was broadcast both live on Resonance FM and down a 27 foot-long loudspeaker from 1929. Lovingly restored by Aleksander Kolkowski and his team from the original design by Roderick Denman, today’s hour-long special features a carefully curated horn-friendly playlist designed to show the biggest loudspeaker in Britain in it’s most flattering light- and is therefore choc-full of field recordings, radiophonic curiosities, and – of course – foghorns. Full track-listing and some nice photos to accompany your listening experience here. I suppose I could have included them on this posting, but frankly I could do with the extra web traffic.
Strap on your ear-goggles and let’s roll! Best wishes,
Robin The Fog
OST 14.04.2013 – John Parish
Soundtracks, library and television music and other assorted jollies with ringmaster Jonny Trunk. Today’s guest is rock master and soundtrack composer John Parish. Infamous for his collaborations with PJ Harvey, Parish has been quietly forging his career in the world of independent film, creating inspired soundscapes and scores for a number of hip art-house movies. His first ever soundtrack compilation has just been issued on Thrill Jockey Records and we’re very chuffed to have him on the show. Get downloading…
OST 16.05.2009 – Paddy Kingsland
Soundtracks, library and TV music with Jonny Trunk. This week’s special guest is Radiophonic Workshop legend Paddy Kingsland. Having found this show down the back of the Resonance sofa, we literally cannot believe listeners haven’t been picketing the Resonance studios for it’s release. Get downloading, quick!
OST 15.09.2012 – Summer Special
Soundtracks, library music and other assorted jollies with Jonny Trunk.
After a ‘well-earned’ summer break (that’s what it says here), Jonny returns with a 2 hour beats of a show examining the awesome releases of the Olympic summer. He also uses the word ‘chillax’ for which he will be disciplined later.
OST 26.02.2011 Andy Partridge of XTC
Film soundtracks, library music and tank top appreciation with Jonny Trunk.
Back in 2011 the OST Show travelled to Swindon to meet the great Andy Partridge. Here’s how it went.
OST 15.12.2012 – 2012 Review Part Two
Part Two of the 2012 Review Of The Year. More joy from 12 months of soundtrack action, including some rare Ravi Shankar film music to mark the great man’s passing.
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littlebird gets it right on!
exactly like ittlebird, i first tuned in because of matt berry's serious side ( as seen on charlie brooker's screenwipe) he loves music in a way that inspires musicians. and then i fell in love with everything about jonny's wonderful show. there is a whole world of music that i was surprised to discover. jonny trunk has created a show that is so informative and entertaining; you don't have to be a music boffin (like me) to be absolutely enriched. do yourself a favor and give it a try. i've heard so much weird and wonderful music on this show that i want to spread the love and gratitude i feel. to everyone that worked to bring this show to life: good job! gimme more, please! cheers, from washington state (the other washington)
My new favorite podcast!
Initially, I just downloaded the Matt Berry and Garth Marenghi episodes. I was hooked! Fantastic music I'd never heard. Usually we don't pay attention to soundtracks, but without them movies and television would be nothing and completely boring. I have a new appreciation for them.
If they don't post more soon, I may reschedule my Saturday to listen live.
Otherworldly Sonic Treats
Jonny Trunk's weekly tour through the world of obscure soundtracks, library music, British jazz and early electronic music is a real treasure. The contests are hilarious, the guests are fantastic, and each episode broadens my horizons. If only they posted more frequently!