• Radioactive International is a collective of like-minded people who are passionate about their music, art and politics. We are a free-form radio station with no set formats, playlists or genres. We have nearly 40 DJs playing a varied mixture of alternative music from punk, metal, ska, reggae and historical recordings. Our main rule? No fascists, racists, sexists, homophobes or religious presenters. We broadcast online, but also transmit live from gigs and festivals. Expect to hear about lefty music, politics and art. A motto of the station is that we’re not here to break the law with an illegal radio station just to play bland pop music available on many of the state and corporate stations.
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    Groove On the Wireless # 39 Ice Cream people

    Dr. Groove is back on the wireless, starting with a poem by Hank and away we go with an hour of fine, good music for you to enjoy.  The heatwave may be over but there […]

    Oct, 12

    Crackleton Manor – 18th Episode

    Some vintage tunes 1919-1950 from various countries, including a bunch from France for Bastille Day. podcast link: PLAYLIST: “General Machado”(excerpt) by Orquesta de Felix Gonzalez from “The Cuban Danzón– Before There Was Jazz 1906-1929” “¿Quien […]

    Sep, 21

    Radio Cure #6 – Euro-Vision

    It’s a bit late to be on about the Eurovision I know, but here is a collection of artists who could, but hopefully never will, apply for the glamourous event (excluding ABBA of course, who […]

    Sep, 21

    Around the Gulf of Mexico on Crackleton Manor

    1927-1933 folk music recordings by musical artists from around the Gulf of Mexico – Cuba, Mexico & the U.S.-Mexican Gulf Coast States (Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi & Alabama) podcast link: PLAYLIST (to come)

    Sep, 19

    Bloomsday Crackleton Manor

    Two hours of recordings from 1904-1950, some of them Bloomsday-related, some of them not. pic: James Joyce Podcast link: PLAYLIST: will be posted in the next day or two

    Aug, 24

    Crackleton Manor into June

    June’s first Crackleton Manor features a selection of recordings from 1923-1949, influenced by various things including the 100th anniversary of the debut performance of Stravinsky’s “Rite of Spring” last Wednesday, National Accordion Awareness Month and […]

    Aug, 01

    1912-1945 sound reproductions from Hungary & elsewhere on Crackleton Manor

    Seriously late again this week – it’s a hectic life for a heroic explorer of pre-1951 sound reproductions… this week’s show salutes the nation of Hungary (just because…), and features plenty of stuff from there, […]

    Jul, 27

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