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We are a British podcast and radio show that specialises in unexpected adventures in audio, a mixture of meaty interviews, crafted sound and some of the best music you've never heard. Though we are quite young, we have had the pleasure of hosting some amazing British voices, everyone from Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller, to journalist Miranda Sawyer, designer Rolf Sachs, philosopher AC Grayling, writer Iain Sinclair and even the poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy.
Over the past three years we have grown to become a larger network of radioheads, including maverick producers, engineers, music curators and filmmakers. We still make our own radio, but we also do a lot more... Alongside our own radio show and podcast, we also work with brands and individuals to produce high quality audio content for live broadcast or podcasting. We curate content for festivals and events in our own signature style, with the aim of broadening the reach of arts and culture programming, and providing legacy for spoken word events that would otherwise be lost forever.
During the last 18 months we have produced a series for east London community station NTS, we have broadcast radio live from an airstream studio to 200,000+ festival goers at Secret Garden Party, produced and presented a six-part series for Selfridges' Festival of Imagination (broadcast live from a shed in an Oxford Street window, and downloaded more than 35,000 times) and we have just finished a series called "Meats" for Resonance 104.4 FM, London's arts radio station and are due to hit the Latitude Festival in the summer of 2014.
If you want to talk about making radio, email us or visit our studio at Building F, 110 Stoke Newington Church Street, London UK
Ways to listen : you can find all our series on Mixcloud and follow us.
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