Friday, 16 February 2018

Sat 17 Feb - WOMEN AND THE HAMMOND ORGAN - Howard Jacques and the Brunswick Club

Women and the Hammond Organ with sounds from Cherry Wainer, Rosa Rio, Ethel Smith, Twinkie Clark and Beverly Glenn. Demonstrations of Hammond sounds and the history of the instrument. Plus live studio guest Howard Jacques on the Brunswick Club, an artist-led space in a Working Men's Club in the heart of Bristol.

Listen Again - Women and the Hammond Organ - (Howard Jacques and the Brunswick Club)

Sunday, 4 February 2018

Sat 10 Feb - The Condemnation of Sex - SLUT SHAMING - Umia K

The third show in a feminist triptych of soundart shows with Umia K. Improvisation, fiction, poetry and discussion on the theme of slut-shaming.

Listen Again - Umia K - Slut Shaming #3 in Feminist Trilogy

Sat 3 Feb - JUDY DYBLE - Summer Dancing in Wintertime

Summer dancing in wintertime. Judy Dyble, singer-songwriter and founding member of Fairport Convention discusses the folk revival and her recent output with guitarist and bassist, Andy Lewis. She reflects on ephemerality and seasonality in music and culture. With live acappella song.

Listen Again - Judy Dyble - Summer Dancing in Wintertime

Sunday, 21 January 2018

Sat 27 Jan - Kristin Hjellegerde - GALLERY ART and International Socio-political Themes

Kristin Hjellegerde on the work of her West London gallery in promoting international artists including Ephrem Solomon's expanded woodcuts on silence in Ethiopia and Zhu Wei's social commentary blending ink painting with socio-political themes in post-Tiannamen China.

Listen Again - Kristin Hjellegerde - Gallerist

Monday, 15 January 2018

Sat 20 Jan - SUSAN SCHULMAN - Syria, Jordan and 'Collateral Damage'

Award-winning photo-journalist and artist Susan Schulman on Syria , destruction and reconstruction and varied international and personal stories from the world of reportage including going behind the familiar and euphemistic phrase 'collateral damage'.

Listen Again - Susan Schulman - Syria, collateral damage, Congo communications

Sat 13 Jan - TISNA WESTERHOF - Delft, delicacy and motherhood.

Artist Tisna Westerhof
discusses childhood and cultural encounter in contemporary urban London and the Netherlands. Looking at
international and national images of violence in the media and applying filters of nostalgia and craft to interrogate
the emotional impact of what the public consumes via news and other providers.

Listen Again - Tisna Westerhof - Childhood, Arts and Intimacy

Wednesday, 20 December 2017

Mon 25 Dec - 1pm - Umia K - VIRGIN BIRTH

Christmas/Festive News Agents

Discussing the virgin birth, the psychology of Mary, unwanted pregnancy and the nativity story from the perspective of Two Wise Women. A contemporary look at the Marian conception from a digital perspective with original story, poetry and soundscaping.

Listen Again - Umia K - Virgin Birth - Xmas Special