Live session: Dishy Tangent
Interview and live session with the East London based, genre defying Dishy Tangent.
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.
his month Pearl Wise and Jessie Lawson speak to choreographer and African dance specialist Alessandra Seutin about her Sadler’s Wells debut for ‘Reckonings’ and to Laura Mitchison from oral history and digital storytelling outfit On The Record about their latest sound walk ‘A Hackney Autobiography’. In the latest episode of Jessie Lawson’s Now Then series (stories from the over 70’s in their words) Daniel reveals his passion for Elvis and there’s live music from genre bending East London based four piece Dishy Tangent.
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
This month Pearl Wise speaks to Jenny Richards from cross-cultural music makers The Grand Union Orchestra, creative director Rebecca Rowntree founder of event and podcast This Way Up – celebrating diversity in creative business, Jessie Lawson feature another episode from Now Then her series of stories from the over 70’s and Peal discovers why a Marconi receiver has ended up in an East London pub. Live music from East London/Cambridge based trio Carolyn’s Fingers.
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.
This month Pearl Wise and Jessie Lawson speak to Jorge Lopes Ramos from theatre and digital art company ZU-UK about their ambitious upcoming interactive audio event, Pearl discovers how Museum in a Box are combining the internet of things and museum handling collections and plays some sounds from Seeing Red an exhibition of consciousness raising posters by the feminist women’s screen print workshop See Red, Jessie introduces Eva from her Now Then podcast – giving voice to people over 80, plus live music from singer/songwriter Morgan Lorelle.
Now Then: Newton Dunbar
Now Then is a podcast by Jessie Lawson sharing the stories of people who are over 70 years old, told in their own words. This is the first 10 minutes of the third episode which features Newton Dunbar – a Hackney Legend who set up the The Four Aces in Dalston.
This month Pearl Wise and Jessie Lawson introduce some of their other audio adventures with an episode with Dalston legend Newton Dunbar from Jessie’s new podcast Now Then – stories of and told by people over 70 and at the other end of the life scale; teenagers from Spotlight Radio Club discover a R-Urban Poplar, a sustainable neighbourhood hub in a local carpark, Pearl takes a tour with The Lower Clapton Tales author Carolyn Clark and revisits The Posh Club where you’ll find plenty of ooh la la and Hackney Wick based band based King Tides play live in the studio.