This month Jonny Virgo, Pearl Wise and Jessie Lawson are joined by Ed Cooke founder of Memrise tool to help you learn better and some men who are disrupting gender stereotypes via their Great Men initiative. Jessie Lawson continues her starting conversations series and asks East Londoners about The Menopause, we learn how Dalston Cola is quietly changing perceptions of fizzy pop and Celia Robbins reveals why you shouldn’t burn your diary as The Bishop Gate’s Institute’s Great Diary Project may be interested in your musings.
SOUNDS OF THE LONDON UNDERGROUND
CALL FOR AUDIO SUBMISSIONS
It’s been a long time coming, but five of the main London Underground lines will soon be running 24 hours at weekends. That’s great for some, not so much for others. However you feel about it, we are calling for submissions to launch a collection of Sounds of the London Underground.
Sounds of the London Underground
We’re calling for audio pieces (music, poetry, radio docs, field recordings, stories) inspired by the London Underground.
We’ll play a selection of audio submissions on our monthly radio show on Resonance 104.4 FM over the coming months, and make all the rest available via eastcastshow.com
- All sounds should be inspired by the London Underground in some way (for example include the name of a station, field recordings from the tube)
- Maximum length is 5 minutes
- Format is Mp3
- Audio should be uploaded online and be downloadable
Complete the online submission form with your details and link to download.