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Coping with coronavirus’ fruits of boredom? Well, make our Asia House Arts In Isolation series your favourite playlist and belt them out — and open a window so others can hear.Pretty much everything from the Louvre to the NBA has been closed, cancelled or postponed. But it takes more than that to really cancel culture. Because if you can’t visit art, we bring it to you. We can still remain connected to the creative voices who help us make sense of our times.
 
A podcast about running tabletop games, focussed on doing so within this current moment of global crisis. I'm an experienced GM adapting offline workshop content into this series that will offer help and encouragement to GMs old and new, covering general game advice, emotional wellbeing, and the nitty-gritty of online play, among other things. Transcripts available through diceagainstisolation.tumblr.com, or in episode descriptions.
 
Desert Isolation Discs aims to capture the essence of the people we interview through their music choices in a cheekily familiar format. We talk to creative types and music lovers about what eight songs they couldn't live without if stranded in a desert. The show is hosted by London-based journalist and ShadowPlay fanzine editor Alex Lawson. Tweet him @MrAlexLawson and more on the show at http://desertisolationdiscs.blogspot.co.uk/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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The Isolation Pod

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The Isolation Pod

Jana Bacevic and Mark Carrigan

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Two social theorists try and make sense of an unravelling world, with occasional guests. We're interested in the experience of crisis, as well as knowledge production about crisis. In fact we're not sure if it's possible to ultimately separate one from the other 🦊
 
The IN ISOLATION Monologue Suite is in 4 parts. Part 1 'Dressed For Men' is an audio drama with sound effects and music. Sara, aged 85, recounts her extraordinary life story - with all its twists and turns and many ups and downs. Written, Directed & Produced by Rachel Dax. Performed by Sara Harris Davies. Soundscape by David Shell. Original Music by Michael O. Lewis. Cover Art by Emily Conway. https://daxitales.com/in-isolation/
 
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Isolation Station

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Isolation Station

Christopher Martin

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Hi, Im Chris. I am a Primary Teacher with a passion for presenting. I have created a podcast to cheer you up! Here you can listen to:Comute with Chris - weekday shows with short quiz's special guest interviews. At weekends we have Saturday Morning Football - a talk and preview show.
 
Eating in Isolation is a talk show about mental health and the food industry. Food-industry veteran Sue S. Chan and Psychotherapist Sara Solomon sit down with each other, chefs and industry luminaries for personal and vulnerable conversations about mental health, and the way their experiences and struggles have shaped their careers, relationships and lives. A Care of Chan Production. New episodes out every Tuesday. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eatinginisolation/support
 
Have You Had, Or Currently Have, The COVID19 Virus?...Do You Know Somebody Who Has The COVID19 Virus Right Now?...Are You Curious To Know How It Feels To Have Had (and Survived) The COVID19 Virus?... If Your answer IS YES, To The Above Then You'll NEED To Listen To This PodCast."COVID19: A Diary Of...COnvalescence, Vulnerability, Isolation & Determination".
 
UNDERGROUND KOLLEKTIV / FLASH FORWARD PRESENTS / TWISTEDVINTAGE / DARKGROUND RECORDS / MINI VIBE RECORDS / HOUSEFREQS / NOTHING BUT / LW RECORDINGS Chael has never been afraid to buck the trend and push the boundaries of what goes into putting on a performance. His hybrid DJ sets incorporate traditional DJ techniques with hardware instruments and has gained recognition amongst fellow DJs and audiences alike. With releases on Underground Kollektiv Records, Mini Vibe Records, TwistedVintage Mu ...
 
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We continue our chat with Telegraph and Kerrang! Journalist, Ian Winwood in this week's Sheer Isolation. He's recently published a book which draws on his first-hand experiences to investigate why so many young superstars of the music industry crash out of fame and spiral into addiction. In this episode, Ian gives us more of an insight into Bodies …
 
How did the discovery of oil transform Saudi Arabia's cities and its architecture? Join this conversation with Abdulrahman and Turki Gazzaz, two architect brothers, to discover how their curiosity to understand their home city of Jeddah led to the rise of "Saudi Modern," a project to discover, record, and capture the spirit of modernist architectur…
 
Our guest on Sheer Isolation this week is an internationally renowned music journalist whose work is regularly featured in The Telegraph, Kerrang! And Alternative Press. In this first of a two-part interview, Ian Winwood talks about his career path, gives us expert tips on review writing, and offers free advice for how budding journalists can prote…
 
We're talking to Harry Steele from Unthnkble on this week's Sheer Isolation - a Somerset based production company which specialises in creating music videos. Harry tells us about a recent project he worked on at Mick Jagger's house, and how he's hoping to expand into even larger productions with bigger budgets in years to come. He also tells us how…
 
Taking upcycling to a whole new level... we're joined on this week's Sheer Isolation by a chap who makes new guitars out of old pianos! Dom Allen from Scavenger Music reclaims materials from deceased uprights that are traded in at the music shop All Instruments in Westbury to save the whole piano going to landfill. He uses the salvaged timber to pr…
 
In Episode 34 guest host William Kherbek is joined by Professor Steve Keen, to discuss his work 'The New Economics. A manifesto', and the blind spots of the neoclassical orthodoxies that are bringing our society into terminal decline. Burley Fisher's Isolation Station is a DPF Production.burleyfisher による
 
Our guest this week spends his time touring the south of England and Wales - hosting more than 80 events every year. Ian Fiddes runs the Vinyl Daze Record Fairs, where dealers gather to sell vinyl of every style and age to the public. With some events attracting 20+ dealers, shoppers can find classics, rare pieces and the latest releases all under …
 
Our guest on this week's Sheer Isolation sets out to prove that print media isn't dead, by producing her own community publication. Kat Jones created Pseudonym Magazine after moving to Wiltshire from London, and realizing there was a gap in the market to promote the region's underground arts scene. Her team of volunteers are now working on the nint…
 
On this week's Sheer Isolation we talk to Phil Moakes from Visual Radio Arts in Devizes. VRA is an independent studio where local musicians and bands can record live sessions of original tracks with both professional quality sound and high definition, multi-camera video. Phil tells us how the session recordings began in the early days of Frome FM, …
 
Join Wael Sabry on his quest to save the ancient craft of Kundekari - complex wooden geometry. Sabry is tracking down the few remaining master carpenters in Turkey and Egypt, trying to learn their carefully-guarded secrets, hidden even from father to son. Discover how he is using technology to save this remarkable craft from disappearance and inven…
 
Lee Laverack has taken to stages throughout the world, in front of packed venues and stadia for more than a decade, and yet he's never had a chart hit. That's because he's the guy who sets up instruments, mops up spilt beers mid-performance and says those most famous words in the world of rock; "Check One Two". Lee joins us on Sheer Isolation this …
 
We're joined on Sheer Isolation this week by founder of the Swindon Jazz and Soul Festival, Evie Em-Jay. We spoke to Evie last year when the town's jazz nights were just starting up again following lockdown. April's Jazz and Soul Festival will only be the second time this event has been held. She successfully established it in 2019, and has been fo…
 
Steampunk chap-hop rap artist and self confessed nerd, Professor Elemental, is joining us on Sheer Isolation this week. The Professor has been recording and touring his quintessentially British rap tracks for over a decade, performing in venues across Europe and the States. His unique music style and on-brand appearance has given rise to an impress…
 
Sara, aged 85, recounts her extraordinary life story with its twists and turns and many ups and downs! Written, Produced & Directed by Rachel Dax Performed by Sara Harris Davies Soundscape by David Shell Original Music by Michael O. Lewis Cover Art by Emily Conway Dressed For Men is part of the IN ISOLATION Monologue Suite by Rachel Dax https://dax…
 
Episode 2 of the Festival Series sees us return to our recordings of BFDay2021, this time for the event of Tice Cin, Gyboyega Odubanjo and Frankie Mirren – chaired by Will Harris. Burley Fisher's Isolation Station is a DPF Production.burleyfisher による
 
Joining us on Sheer Isolation this week is Gerry Watkins from the Moonlight Eclipse Project. This newly created community programme aims to support low income families, vulnerable people and the homeless in Cirencester and the south Cotswolds. Gerry has been dedicating his spare time to this and similar good causes for over 20 years, and uses his o…
 
Join Arthur Bijl, Hutton McRoberts Assistant Curator of Ottoman, Middle Eastern and Asian Arms and Armour at The Wallace Collection for a fascinating conversation about the social history of arms and armour. Discover how what we think of as 'weapons' today were once also fashion statements, works of art, and status symbols in the pre-modern age.…
 
Calling all musicians who are interested in playing gigs in care homes, schools and hospitals... The charity Live Music Now is looking for new acts to add to their contact list. We're joined by the Director for the South West branch, Sophie Dunn, who tells us more about their work in communities across the country, and how delivering live music to …
 
Today I woke up in a mood after yet another rough night of intense dreams to then found out that not online is Russia actively attacking Ukraine but that Florida is passing a law to restrict students from accessing sex and gender information. Great day today all around. I also threw in a ted talk about climate change just to really get my blood boi…
 
On this week's Sheer Isolation we chat with yoga teacher, reggae fan and ex-raver, Marc White. Marc now hosts regular yoga classes in Trowbridge, but he has previously toured the world absorbing different rave and dance music cultures around the globe. He's dusting off his extensive collection of reggae vinyl for a special DJ night in the town in A…
 
Our guest on this week's Sheer Isolation is the man who came up with the concept of pop-up orchestras, Swindon's very own Shaun Buswell. By approaching strangers in train stations who were carrying instruments, Shaun has successfully formed and created full size orchestras in the UK and Europe. His next performance is happening next month in London…
 
We've talked to some jokers on these shows before, but this week we are literally joined by a clown. The face of Giffords Circus, Tweedy, is our guest on Sheer Isolation. The Stroud based performers will be touring the south of England from April, clocking up nearly 300 shows in 14 venues. Tweedy has an (uncharacteristic) sensible chat with us abou…
 
Join Kareem Ibrahim, an architect and CEO of Takween Integrated Community Development, as he reveals an Egyptian hidden gem, the ancient city of Esna, and an innovative project to introduce sustainable tourism through community "site-doing"rather than site-seeing!Asia House Arts and Learning による
 
On this week's Sheer Isolation we talk to the Frome DJ Nina Casey (aka Nina LoVe) about her new project to boost interest in learning new music skills. Purple Noise offers workshops and advice to provide experience working in studios, producing music, and lessons in live DJing. They have a fully kitted out recording and rehearsal space in Trowbridg…
 
We're tackling the often-taboo subject of drink spiking on this week's Sheer Isolation. Dawn Dines is the founder of Stamp Out Spiking and is also the inventor of StopTopps - a foil topper that can be stuck to drinks cans and bottles to help prevent clubbers becoming another victim. Off the back of recent local and national news stories on the subj…
 
Welcome to 2022! We're looking forward to bringing you another year of programming full of tunes, interviews and news from the West of England's music and art scenes. On Sheer Isolation this week we're joined by Bristol based Sound Designer, Joseff Harris. He's the guy to call if you're producing a theatre production and need someone to make bespok…
 
This recoding was made using a technology called binaural recording. It sonically simulates a 3 dimensional environment without the listener having to purchase special equipment. While it's best to listen to this kind of recording with headphones anything stereo is perfectly acceptable.Damian Panitz による
 
On Sheer Isolation this week we're joined by a musician, teacher and promoter who's been a consistent part of Cirencester's music scene for four decades. John Parker talks about forming his first college bands in the eighties, his cheeky way of booking gigs in unsuspecting pubs, and how musicians used to get their sound heard before social media. W…
 
Join Glaire Anderson for a fascinating conversation about one of great inventors of Andalusia: Abbas Ibn Firnas, who successfully invented a glider plane in the 9th century, and undertook the first known flight when in his 60s! Find out about this fascinating man, his many inventions, and the relationship between science and religion in Muslim Spai…
 
We're joined on Sheer Isolation this week by artist, Callan Milward. As well as being a musical artist with Dorset rockers, Weatherstate, he also dabbles in graphic design - especially creating artwork for gig posters. Callan tells us how he went into art design professionally for a whole month, that Weatherstate are now signed and have a new album…
 
This week's guest on Sheer Isolation has dedicated her life to creating music videos for local artists, documenting art projects, helping Swindon's school-leavers on their first steps towards a career in media, as well as finding time to work on her own artwork, it's the founder of Magic Torch Productions, Jaime Bullock. We talk to her about how ha…
 
Today's episode is about a breakthrough I'm having. I am noticing that the "break" I'm trying to take at the end of the day involving weed, sometimes alcohol, YouTube videos and snacks is really just setting me up for chaos the next day. I don't feel great, the house is a mess and I just start the cycle all over again to want another "break" again.…
 
We're joined on this week's Sheer Isolation by the owner of the Nine Volt Leap recording studio in Melksham; Dominic Bailey-Clay. His small team of friends created the town centre studio space from nothing, and he's now dealing with a steady stream of recording jobs from local and national artists alike. Dominic tells us about the early days of the…
 
On this week's Sheer Isolation we're joined by actor, stage performer and writer, Flo Espeut-Nickless. Her one-woman show, Destiny, is a semi-autobiographical take of growing up on a Chippenham council estate. She created the show to dispel the stereotype that everyone in Wiltshire is wealthy and well spoken. She's now in talks to adapt Destiny for…
 
This week we showcase a new podcast series behind the team at Burley Fisher Books, celebrating the launch of our very own Antony's Quiet Rooms LP. Radio Lanterne Rising! In this episode Antony covers Nick Drake's stunning Place to Be, and talks a little about his lasting affection for the singer. The lads have a bit of a laugh, and we finish with T…
 
A new community centre has recently opened in the centre of Swindon. Our guest this week is Julian Jones who is part of the Swindon Hub project. The site, which took over the derelict River Island store last month includes a café, exhibition space, workshop areas and a venue hall. Organisers are already planning events including theatre shows, gues…
 
This morning I attended another day of Weaving Well Through Illness, a series put on by my teacher Quynn Red Mountain for a small group of us that are living with different, often chronic, health conditions. In today's circle we talked about grief and resentment as well as loss, disappointment and sadness associated with our experiences. I felt ins…
 
Join Matt Saba for a fascinating conversation about the magnificent palaces built by the Abbasid Caliphs of Iraq. This dynasty realised that kingdoms invariably rose and fell, and that the longest lasting legacy of the reign would be literature. This podcast is part of Converging Paths, an initiative organised by Asia House and the Barakat Trust ex…
 
This week's Sheer Isolation is a fascinating listen for anyone wanting to get into music promotion. We're joined by Tim Orchard from Purr Records - a Bath based promotion and record label during the 2000s. Tim talks about how he first got into music nights at Moles Club in the centre of Bath, how he introduced foreign bands onto the UK scene, and s…
 
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