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Radio Ping-Pong

Max Reinhardt and Nick Luscombe play a game of radio ping-pong, reacting to each other’s track choices live in the studio in a cheeky kudos contest.

Max Reinhardt and Nick Luscombe play a game of radio ping-pong, reacting to each other’s track choices live in the studio. Based on a feature originally on Charlie Gillett’s GLR radio show in the 1990s, Max and Nick took the form to the clubs when they used to DJ together at Market Place in Oxford Circus. Bouncing off each other’s tracks in a cheeky kudos contest, Max and Nick keep their long list of tracks closely guarded to make judicious choices that knock each other’s socks off. Bring it on.

Produced by Rebecca Gaskell.
A Reduced Listening Production for BBC Radio 3.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Corey Harris

    Special Rider

    • Private Recording by Max Reinhardt at Essaiouria Gnawa Music Festival (June 2006.
  • Patrick Cowley & Jorge Socarras

    You Laugh At My Face

    • Catholic.
    • Dark Entries ‎.
  • Barrington Levy

    Under Mi Sensi

    • Under Mi Sensi.
    • Time 1 International.
  • Chucky Boy Chock & Mike Kaawa

    Papa'A Tita (feat. Brown Co.)

    • Aloha Got Soul (Soul, AOR & Disco in Hawai’i 1979-1985).
    • Strut.
  • Cornelius

    Mellow Yellow Feel

    • Mellow Waves.
    • Warner Music Japan.
  • Tomoko Sauvage

    Clepsydra

    • Musique Hydromantique.
    • Shelter Press.
  • Group Listening

    Julie With

    • Clarinet & Piano: Selected Works, Vol. 1.
    • PRAH Recordings.
  • Smog

    The Desert

    • Burning Kingdom.
    • Drag City Records.
  • John Cage

    Imaginary Landscape N°.5

    Ensemble: Langham Research Centre.
    • Early Electronic And Tape Music.
    • Sub Rosa.
  • Haruomi Hosono

    Pole Position

    • Video Game Music.
    • Yen Records.
  • Julia Wolfe

    East Broadway

    Performer: Margaret Leng Tan.
    • The Art of the Toy Piano.
    • Decca Music Group Ltd..
  • Björk

    The Gate

    • Utopia.
    • One Little Indian.
  • Charlotte Dada

    Don't Let Me Down

    • Ha Po Zamani.
    • Decca.
  • John Lurie National Orchestra

    Flutter

    • The Invention Of Animals.
    • Amulet Records.
  • Sebastian Rochford, Chartwell Dutiro, Leo Abrahams & Jyager

    52. Leo

    • BBC Late Junction Sessions - (Un)Popular Music.
    • Gearbox Records ‎.
  • Yusef Lateef

    Love Theme From Spartacus

    • Eastern Sounds.
  • Carl Stone

    Jame Jam

    • Himalaya.
    • Unseen Worlds.

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