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Do you find yourself stuck in the same channels? Unable to break out of the echo-chamber of your media consumption and worldview. Transmitter is here to cut through the noise. Lucia Scazzocchio from 'Social Broadcasts' scans the digital soundscape every other month to bring you original sounds, new voices and archive treasures from podcasts, radio, sound installations and anything that catches her ears.
 
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We continue our exploration of the art of conversation with Joy Kahumbu who spent several years coordinating the ‘Compassionate Neighbours’ initiative at St Josephs Hospice in Hackney; essentially a match-making service connecting mobile with more isolated house-bound members of the community to create regular social interaction. Conversation is at…
 
Telling Stories is hosted and produced by Phoebe McIndoe and Redzi Bernard. Listen and subscribe to Telling Stories here The audio storytellers featured where: Arlie Adlington Axel Kacoutié Bea Duncan from ELAN James T Green Ariana Martinez Sarah Geis (Audio Playground) Transmitter is hosted and produced by Lucia Scazzocchio from Social Broadcasts.…
 
In this episode we explore what it means to escape; From the separation caused by Covid with a A Lockdown Love Letter from a daughter to her mother, read by poet and author Julieann Campbell in Derry. Produced by Peter Curran at The Foghorn Company as an Audio Content Fund commission for community radio stations across Northern Ireland. From one co…
 
In the next few episodes Lucia Scazzocchio from Social Broadcasts explores 'the art of conversation'. As we become more connected and paradoxically more isolated, face to face conversation is increasingly rare and coveted. Especially now. This episode explores the role of conversation in faith leadership and practice with Claire MacDonald; artist, …
 
Cathy Fitzgerald has been making audio documentaries, installations and audio tours for a decade now and she has a knack of turning the everyday into moments of wonder. This is what happens when you get two fiercely independent slightly misfit radio makers in a room. Cathy runs workshops in audio magic at her school Strange & Charmed This episode i…
 
In the next few episodes Lucia Scazzocchio from Social Broadcasts explores 'the art of conversation'. As we become more connected and paradoxically more isolated, face to face conversation is increasingly rare and coveted. Especially now! Radio and increasingly podcasting provide the perfect medium for more exploratory long-form conversations to oc…
 
The next few episodes will be dedicated to the art of conversation. As we become more connected and paradoxically more isolated, face to face conversation is increasingly rare and coveted. Radio and increasingly podcasting provide the perfect medium for more exploratory long-form conversations to occur, providing the space and the context often mis…
 
Meet the Niroba Travedi from the Bhurat Hindu Samaj a Hindu temple and community centre just off the Lincoln road. What happens when you stop and tune in to Lincoln road, turn down the noise of the traffic and listen, really listen to the voices of the people passing through, stopping by or settling in from every corner of the world. Who are they, …
 
Social Broadcaster Lucia Scazzocchio encourages four strangers visiting Tate Modern today to join her in a live lunchtime conversation. Inspired by Theodore Zeldin’s ‘Conversation Dinners’, the menu comprises three topics as a starter, a main course and desert. Four strangers - invited to connect on a deeper level, live on radio in an experiment wh…
 
An hour dedicated to the wonderful world of the Goodwin Sands Radiogram. A part ethnographic, part sound art, podcast series written and produced by Ben Horner with the announcer performed by Peter Kelly. Goodwin Sands Radiogram is broadcast from an imaginary shipwreck off the South East coast in Kent where we meet some of the people who inhabit th…
 
Created as part of a week long residency for Hunt&Darton's radio local, these are 9 vignettes depicting a day in the life of the Cherry Tree shopping centre in Liscard -Wallasey in Wirral Merseyside. Stories unfold as we are introduced to different characters throughout the day. Recorded and produced by Lucia Scazzocchio…
 
Created as part of a week long residency for Hunt&Darton's radio local, these are 9 vignettes depicting a day in the life of the Cherry Tree shopping centre in Liscard -Wallasey in Wirral Merseyside. Stories unfold as we are introduced to different characters throughout the day. Recorded and produced by Lucia Scazzocchio…
 
Created as part of a week long residency for Hunt&Darton's radio local, these are 9 vignettes depicting a day in the life of the Cherry Tree shopping centre in Liscard -Wallasey in Wirral Merseyside. Stories unfold as we are introduced to different characters throughout the day. Recorded and produced by Lucia Scazzocchio…
 
Part 1: An extract from The Art of The Heist from the podcast Undiscovered produced by London based team Message Heard. This investigative piece narrated by Jake Warren and produced by Sandra Ferrari, uncovers why Chinese artefacts have been been disappearing from cultural institutions and museums around the works and are being bought by Chinese bi…
 
We begin with an extract from Master of The Vessel, episode 2 of The London Compass podcast produced by Joel Cox and Theo Johnson where Nigel Pickford, shipwreck explorer and Mike Catcher, deeps sea diver take us into the murky waters of treasure hunting below the waves. We then surface above water to the coastal town of Withernsea, where writer an…
 
In this hour we hear clips from writer and poet Ross Sutherland's podcast Imaginary Advice podcast (Episode 54: One More Song) where Ross uses poetry to deal with anxiety and prepares a DJ set for bears. We witness a teenage shooting in the first half of The treachery of sounds from Robert Anderson's podcast Awful Grace or The Tolling of the void b…
 
Commissioned by London Transport Museum to explore the life, community and sense of place around 2 areas soon to be drastically changed by the arrival of Cross Rail or the Elizabeth Line. This is a moment in time captured through voices of people who live and work in Maryland an area overshadowed by Stratford and Westfield in East London. Recorded …
 
Commissioned by London Transport Museum to explore the life, community and sense of place around 2 areas soon to be drastically changed by the arrival of Cross Rail or the Elizabeth Line. This is a moment in time captured through voices of people who live and work in Thamesmead and Abbey Wood in South East London around what will soon become a dest…
 
Resident Frequencies is a series of audio snapshots depicting a neighbourhood;Through a collection of stories, experiences, commentary and history told by the people who live and work there, in their words.Each episode is interwoven with field recordings, taking the listener on an audio journey through the area, listening to residents and business …
 
Resident Frequencies is a series of audio snapshots depicting a neighbourhood;Through a collection of stories, experiences, commentary and history told by the people who live and work there, in their words.Each episode is interwoven with field recordings, taking the listener on an audio journey through the area, listening to residents and business …
 
Behind the gates of a magical medicinal garden in Bethnal Green, London there is a whole world waiting to be found. As part of the VOICED project commissioned by Nomad Projects, this hour long programme combines poetry, prose, music and interviews from within the garden walls. Featuring interviews and original sound artworks by Michael Smythe, Gabb…
 
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