About the programme
Making Paper boats is radio origami, an eclectic expressive and imaginative two-hour radio show. Bringing songs, sounds and spoken word from around the globe. A voyage of discovery every Sunday afternoon from 3pm-5pm.
This show is a musical journey full of bizarre new musical discoveries, old classic film scores, innovative video game soundtracks, electro funk, steal band covers, poetry as well as thought provoking local community stories.
“Most of the music I like sounds pretty unbalanced” –John Peel
Making Paper Boats attempts to bring a wider musical assortment of exotic and unknown artists to the listener. Crafted together with a random array of movie quotes, vintage compositions and weekly themes.
Created by Laurie who has experienced the musical and video professional realms. Having worked and travelled around the world, on film sets, stages, festivals and live TV productions, Laurie has Come in a full circle back to the sea where he grew up. Bringing with him DJ Puffin, a 3 year-old mind crafting, light-bending co-host. Traversing the boundaries of broadcasting horizons, they’ve both collectively been radio DJ’s twice as long as the other individually.
Folding space and time, Making Paper Boats is a submerging two hour day dream, crafted to navigate the fogs of the musical unknown. Listen to this show with a delayed response to your immediate reality and you will be irretrievably led astray from the flotilla of composed chaos.
‘All forms of media are a finely tuned weather map of mind control’ says Laurie, who believes that a positive, pro- active and localized use of media can enhance our individual days. He hopes to manipulate listeners of Cornwall and the outside world to smile and help at each other, to stop saying ‘sorry’ all the time when we don’t mean it and to day dream more often, especially on a Sunday afternoon!
The title of the show; Making Paper Boats is a conceptual suggestion that mirror’s the intricate radio production process. From a flat and shapeless blank void, a seamless two-hour imaginary flow is folded. A craft is crafted. In truth though this name was found by a happen chance glance at a paper making craft set upon a shelf. Ow the conceptualising! Capitalising on conincidence!!
Just wanted to say what a lovely surprise it was on Monday morning when I first discovered your channel on my tablet. I am an artist and I love to have music and humour playing in my studio. The programme that I discovered was called the Monday Morning Comedy Collective with a presenter called Colin Leggo . A lovely lively entertaining programme with lots of humour and a good variety of music. I think a big strength of the programme is the warm personality and the professional style of the presenter. Colin Leggo was often using funny voices which I found really funny but he also encouraged the listeners to contribute to the programme. He was also interviewing a comedian which was interesting and entertaining. I will definitely catch the Colin Leggo show again and explore the other Source programmes.David Hosking
Just a quickie to say thank you for keeping us entertained on our (rainy) holiday in Falmouth. We really enjoyed the variety of music on your radio station and loved hearing all the local voices.Jamie
Just stumbled across this station whilst scrolling - loving it! Listening in SE London xHeather