Journeys in music, ancient to future. The home for adventurous listeners
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Tokyo-based writer and producer Ken Nishikawa surveys the city's experimental music scene
A short oral history of female collectives in music.
Presenters and staff select the best records of the year.
Were these machines really used to make music?
A quick laughter yoga workshop, led by legendary musician and laughing guru Laraaji.
Late Junction unearths some little-known facts about the composer’s remarkable life …
Late Junction unearths a surprising, tiny delight in the BBC Archives
Don't miss Late Junction's unique studio sessions.
Five pioneering women and the technology they made their own...
Kongo Dia Ntotila perform 'Mutwashi' on the BBC Introducing stage at Latitude.
Forest Fragment IV: A piece from Late Junction's 'Into the Forest' collaboration session
Maggie Nichols on how women's liberation and female collectives shaped her as an artist.
Amble Skuse describes how it can feel to be a woman working in sound.
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