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The War

The second of three short stories written and read by Olivia Ebony White

Produced, recorded and edited: Marian Larragy

# 2023-11-28 by CCRadio | Drama | Everything | Arts and Entertainment

The Visit

The first of three short stories written and read by Olivia Ebony White

Produced, recorded and edited: Marian Larragy

# 2023-09-29 by camden | Everything | Arts and Entertainment | Drama

Audre Lorde Remembered

Black lesbian feminist poet Audre Lorde framed political struggle for a generation of women in Europe and USA. It is difficult to overestimate her legacy. To mark twentieth anniversary of her death, Fringe Film Festival 2012 screened ‘Audre Lorde: The Berlin Years 1984- 1992’. The response to the film highlighted the importance of Lorde’s legacy. Denise O’Connor and Betiel Baraki have captured some of the atmosphere for us.

Presented by: Betiel Baraki
Interviews by: Denise O’Connor
Reading of her own introduction: Sarah Ahmed
‘A Litany for Survival’ read by: Sarah Ahmed

# 2020-10-27 by CCRadio | Everything | Arts and Entertainment | LGBT | On Women

Word Active with Anne and Rosne

Local creatives Anne Gaelan and Rosne have joined forces for Word Active, a workshop that pairs poetry with street dance for kids. Violet speaks to the duo to find out more about the mind/body connection, and what led them to create this new form of poetry “recital”.

Package by: Violet Macdonald

# 2019-04-06 by CCRadio | Everything | Communities | Arts and Entertainment | Society, Culture & History

Arthur and Oscar: An interview with Anne Gaelan

In a book reviewing the life and work of Oscar Wilde, Arthur Ransome (author of Swallows and Amazons) described the persecuted writer as “a great man”. Little did he know, the book would lead to him being sued by Wilde’s lover, and shunned by society. Local filmmaker Anne Gaelan speaks about the short film she created chronicling the event, and how she hopes it’ll shed a light on LGBTQ+ matters throughout history.

Package by: Violet Macdonald

# 2019-01-15 by CCRadio | Society, Culture & History | Arts and Entertainment | Everything