Stephen Willats and residents of Harvey House, Brentford describe and comment on his latest interactive artwork, Brentford Towers, October 1985.
Gregory Whitehead (cassette), Disorder Speech (USA)
Oscar McLennan (cassette), Letter to Mother
Joyce Cutler-Shaw (cassette), The Odyssey of the Messenger (USA)
Le Forte Four / L44 (cassette) Slowscan (Holland)
Allan Harding Mackay (cassette), The Centre/Direct from Bern (Canada)
Paul Thomas (cassette), Cracked Feet (Australia)
David Clarck (cassette), (Canada)
00:22:31; Dennis Williams (cassette), I Dreamed there was a Long Highway (USA)
Neue Tone (cassette), (Germany)
Peter Gregg (c), Play Environment Projects 1985 (GB)
Die Todliche Doris (r) Naturkatastrophen (Germany)
Luigi Russolo (r), Dada for now (GB)
The 1985 Turner Prize at the Tate Gallery
Announcement and interviews by William Furlong. With comments from: William Packer, Richard Wentworth, Melvin Bragg, John Roberts, Jon Bird, Alan Haydon, Paul Johnstone, Alan Bowness, Sir Richard Attenborough, Howard Hodgkin, Peter Townsend, John Hoyland, Michael Moon, Marina Vaizey, John Mcewen, John Walters, Matthew Collings & Norman Rosenthal, November 1985.
'Audie' Awards Ceremony 1985
A grand gala benefit night for Audio Arts organised by Bruce Mclean and Mel Gooding, at Riverside Studios, October 1985. Participants included: Patrick Heron, Paul Richards, Richard Cork, Anthony D'offay Richard Hamilton, William Feaver, Kerry Trengove, Barry Barker, Barry Flanagan, Waldemar Januszczak, Richard Deacon, Nick Serota, Mary Kelly, Susan Hiller, Kathy Acker, Milena Kalinowska & Silvia Ziranek + New records and tapes.