When Radio Is Rebellion

Offering up your hours to the service of community radio might not strike you as an insurgent act. One might consider such a task as merely virtuous, perhaps even selfless. Giving back, making a mark of positivity in the world, these are the usual platitudes. Yet, I...

Emergence Triple Bill & Tonk

Me and Kathryn paid a second visit to the Theatre in a week. This time, tonight, to see the Emergence Dance Triple Bill. Emergence Dance are the post-graduate dance company of Joss Arnott Dance and Salford Uni. Yeah… I am not qualified whatsoever to review the show. I...

Trials With Photos

I have been trying to get back in to photography. I figure it is something that accumulates; as in, the more you do it the more used to it (and the better) you become. I have not been taking many photos for a number of years, maybe since Lock Down. What may get me out...

Notes About Corita Kent

Corita Kent, a former nun turned artist, is someone who is often overlooked when it comes to discussing influential artists of the 20th century. However, her impact on the world of art and activism cannot be understated. In fact, she is a bit of a hero to many –...

I Have A New Show On HCR

So, a bit of cross pollination; I could have written this post on any number of website, but I am writing it here, on my personal blog. I have a bit of news in that I have a new radio show, with Al Smyth, on Harrogate Community Radio. Me and Al have got up to all...

Bae: Aldous Huxley

Aldous Huxley, renowned novelist, essayist, and inventor of the term “psychedelic,” often expressed his disdain for work. Born in 1894, Huxley gained fame in his twenties with witty novels like Crome Yellow, eventually becoming best known for his...

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