Ultima Thule is available online for the listening pleasure of those who live outside our Australian FM radio coverage zone.

Each edition of the show is downloadable from this page as a 56k mp3 file, for a period of 8 weeks, with a new programme uploaded each Monday. Simply "right click" and "save" on the numbered links below.

Alternatively you can have each broadcast automatically delivered to you through a podcast client. To subscribe to the Ultima Thule podcast, use this URL: http://www.ultimathule.info/xml/Ultima_Thule_Ambient_Music_Radio.xml 

Further information about podcasting - and on-demand streaming of more than 400 past Ultima Thule programmes - is available at these and similar sites:  


Ultima Thule can now also be heard live worldwide, on Sundays at 22:30 hours Australian Eastern Standard Time (GMT +10) via the Fine Music 102.5 stream.

Eventually we intend to offer higher quality subscription access to our programme archive via streaming audio... so watch this space!

Click below to listen:

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Wrapping one's Forrest Fangs around the sounds of Maneki Neko.

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Dreaming long; dreaming deep... with Dragonsfly and Khatunaya.

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Ephemeral substans... music by Circular, HUVA Network, Asura and Hol Baumann, from Ultimae Records.

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Endless rivers flowing into cogent seas; sounds from Slow Dancing Society, Marconi Union, Pink Floyd and Andrew Heath.

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A Pilgrimage to Montserrat: hi NRG mediaeval dance music from Winsome Evans and the Renaissance Players.

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Jon Shapiro presents the second of a four-part series focusing on the music released by Russian label Electroshock Records.

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Passing beyond the perimeters of zero: featuring music by Bryan Carrigan, Longing for Orpheus and Aes Dana.

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Tim Story and Hans Joachim Roedelius: collaborations.

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(coming... eventually)

The year concludes in reflective mode, with a focus on sacred music from the ancient Christian traditions of the Near East. Featuring the otherworldly voice of Sister Marie Keyrouz.


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