listen to Outcome on Out in South London

Listen to Cherry & Tom talking to Rosie Wilby about Outcome on Out in South London earlier. https://www.mixcloud.com/Resonance/out-in-south-london-5th-april-2016/

We are in the second half, but Peggy Shaw & Lois Weaver of Split Britches who are on first, were fascinating; and have agreed to be photographed for the project.

Kate Foley on Out in South London

Listen to Kate interviewed on Resonance FM’s Out In South London.

https://outinsouthlondon.wordpress.com/2015/10/14/listen-again-13-october-2015/

kate on radio 2Listen to Kate LIVE at Incite at the Phoenix Artist Club TONIGHT 7pm

kate at OISL

kate recovering

Tune In to Out in South London…

Tuesday 13th October 6.30pm-ish

Kate Foley is being interviewed on Resonance FM’s Out in South London Programme, and will be available on podcast subsequently.

Proms Poetry Competition

The results of the Proms Poetry Competition will be announced on Radio3 on Tuesday 8th September at 21:45, with readings of the winning poems and the runners-up. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b069bh44

Fans of Arachne Press’ poetry output might want to tune in. THAT’S ALL I’M SAYING.

Cherry Potts talks about Liberty Tales at Croydon Radio

Here’s a podcast of Cherry talking about Liberty Tales on Glenn Lawrence’s show on Croydon Radio yesterday. It’s at 1:38:50ish after a section of War of the Worlds – what you can’t hear is me teasing Glenn  about the fact he played this the last time I was there…

Croydon Radio podcast

Hope to see you at West Greenwich Library at 7pm  on Thursday!

The Story Sessions and Devilskein & Dearlove on Croydon Radio

Pick & Mix ft Arachne Press – Glenn Lawrence

Talked my head off on the radio yesterday about all things Arachne Press: The Story Sessions, Alex Smith’s fabulous book, Devilskein & Dearlove, and Blackheath Community Opera for good measure (Why not? It’s taken me away from my desk a lot over the last month!) Thanks to Croydon Radio and Glenn Lawrence for letting me loose on their pick & mix show.

(A warning for the impatient, the first track lasts nearly 8 minutes!)