Live session: Voltage Black
Ewan Fisher aka Voltage Black plays a stripped down session live at ResonanceFM following the release of his album The Curve of the Earth is With You.
The Arches: E5 Bakehouse
Britain’s railway arches are being sold off by Network rail and thousands of small business are in danger as the rents are bound to be hiked up so much that renting an arch space will no longer be sustainable. The Arches, celebrates the diverse enterprises that are found under railways. To pilot the series we grab a coffee and a loaf of bread and East London’s infamous E5 Bakehouse.
If you want to find out more about the Guardians of the arches campaign to save the businesses located in Britain’s railway arches head to guardiansofthearches.org.uk
Now Then: Daniel
An excerpt from Jessie Lawson’s podcast Now Then – featuring the lives of the over 70’s told in their own words. This month we meet Elvis fan Daniel.
A Hackney Autobiography – Interview with Laura Mitchison and Gary Maloy
A Hackney Autobiography is an app created as a sound walk exploring a recorded history of Hackney featuring one of Hackney’s unique cultural cultural institutions Centerprise. With us are Laura Mitchison from On the Record and Gary Maloy from Core Arts who features in the recordings.
Now Then: Florence (extract)
An extract from Jessie Lawson’s podcast series, Now Then, that shares the stories of people who are over 70 years old. This is Florence’s story. Hear the full episode and more here
Over and out: Reviving Marconi
A few months ago Pearl went to opening of The Tommy Flowers community pub in Poplar, East London, they invited her back to take a look at the Marconi receiver that had been found in a local attic..
Interview with Rebecca Rowntree – This Way Up
Interview with advertising creative director Rebecca Rowntree who was so surprised by the shockingly low numbers of women in this role that she decided to start a podcast and event –This Way Up featuring candid conversation with women in the creative industry.
Interview with Jenny Richards from Grand Union Orchestra
There is no musical organisation on the planet quite like the Grand Union Orchestra. For over 30 years, we have brought together singers and instrumentalists from all over the world to create spectacular live shows, combining music and theatre to reflect vividly the society we live in today. We speak to Jenny Richards to learn more.
As the V&A prepares to open it’s East London outpost in the Olympic Park, they’ve actually taken over a small space in Poplar called the Lansbury Micro Museum. Their current exhibition ‘Seeing Red’ is a collection of posters from the women’s printing workshop See Red who where very active members of London’s feminist movement in the 70s and 80’s.
Now Then: Eva
An extract from Jessie Lawson’s podcast series, Now Then, which shares the stories of people who are over 70 years old. This is Eva’s story.