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  • Tea & Biscuits with Emma Rice & Tanika Gupta
    Wise Children

    Tea & Biscuits with Emma Rice & Tanika Gupta

    Available On Demand

    Listen on demand along with a transcript of the show.

    While they are off the road, Wise Children have taken to the airwaves with their Wise Radio channel. Today, Emma sits down with Tanika Gupta - one of the Wise Children family - for (virtual) Tea & Biscuits, chats, music and clips from the archives. The stream is available on demand from 6pm along with a transcript of the show.

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  • Tea & Biscuits with Emma Rice and Lez Brotherston
    Wise Children

    Tea & Biscuits with Emma Rice and Lez Brotherston

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    We may be off the road, but we’re on the air! Today Emma sits down for tea, chats and music with designer Lez Brotherston whose iconic sets and costumes have been seen around the world.

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  • David Olusoga and Andrew Kelly on 'A House Through Time'
    Bristol Festival of Ideas

    David Olusoga and Andrew Kelly on 'A House Through Time'

    Available On Demand

    Duration: 28 mins

    An interview with David Olusoga about his award-winning TV programme, A House Through Time, the latest series of which was set in Bristol. He talks about how he worked with the city’s archive and museums to carry out the research behind the discoveries in the programme.

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  • Nacho Problem
    Watershed

    Nacho Problem

    Available On Demand

    Duration: 35 mins

    Cocktails and canapes at home with Watershed - join Watershed Head Chef Chris Warren in conversation with Watershed CEO and food fan Clare Reddington for a cook-in demonstration of Watershed’s famous Nachos - with details of how to recreate them in the comfort of your own home. In between the demonstration this foodie loving pair will also be answering your cooking questions and talking about the best film themed cocktails and so much more.

    This online event will feature BSL interpretation.

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  • Tea & Biscuits with Emma Rice and Poppy Keeling
    Wise Children

    Tea & Biscuits with Emma Rice and Poppy Keeling

    Available On Demand

    We may be off the road, but we’re on the air! Today Emma sits down for tea, chats and music with Wise Children Executive Producer Poppy Keeling who talks about her days at Complicite and the starting of Wise Children. Listen live from 4pm or on demand from 6pm along with a transcript of the show.

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  • Tea & Biscuits with Emma Rice and Simon Baker
    Wise Children

    Tea & Biscuits with Emma Rice and Simon Baker

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    We may be off the road, but we’re on the air! Today Emma sits down with Sound Designer and Wise Children Tech Director Simon Baker. With conversations about their tricky time at Shakespeare’s Globe and how Old School Hip Hop, Star Wars and the Tardis all fuse together to create a sound design.

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  • Bristol’s Afrikan-Caribbean legends of martial arts
    Bristol Museums

    Bristol’s Afrikan-Caribbean legends of martial arts

    Available On Demand

    Duration: 43 mins

    Clive Smith captures the true stories from some of Bristol’s Afrikan Caribbean legends of martial arts - this podcast gives an insight into the journey of racism and discrimination that they all encountered whilst growing up in Bristol from the 1960s.

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  • UPRISING 2020
    Watershed

    UPRISING 2020

    Available On Demand

    Duration: Approx. 2 hrs

    On Sun 7 June Bristol’s connection to the Slave Trade became international news - but its legacy has been shaping the lives of Bristolians for centuries. During this livestreamed event, CARGO Movement shared their short film UPRISING, and a trailer for the upcoming short film 1791, before a panel discussion hosted by CARGO writer, Executive Producer and Pervasive Media Studio resident Lawrence Hoo.

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Past events

  • Roger Griffith and Olivette Otele on Ujima Radio
    St Pauls Carnival

    Roger Griffith and Olivette Otele on Ujima Radio

    Thursday 2 July 2020 at 22:00

    Roger Griffith and Olivette Otele discussion the origins and significance of St Pauls Carnival.

    More information about this event will be posted on the St Pauls Carnival Facebook page.

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  • Tea & Biscuits with Emma Rice and Paul Hunter
    Wise Children

    Tea & Biscuits with Emma Rice and Paul Hunter

    Thursday 2 July 2020 at 16:00

    Duration: 1 hr

    We may be off the road, but we’re on the air! Today Emma is chatting to Paul Hunter. You’ll have seen Paul play Gorgeous George in the film of Wise Children thats been streaming over on the Bristol Old Vic At Home site. Some great music choices and an exclusive clip from the Little Match Girl as well some vintage Max Miller recordings. We are live from 4pm or on demand from 6pm along with a transcript of the show.

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  • LATE LUNCH TALK: TREASURE REVEALED
    Bristol Museums

    LATE LUNCH TALK: TREASURE REVEALED

    Thursday 2 July 2020 at 14:00

    Duration: 45 mins

    Gone are the days of Treasure Trove…or have they? What is treasure and how do finders, museums and the authorities deal with the challenges of these archaeological finds?

    This talk is free but booking is essential.

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  • BSWN - film screening and discussion
    St Pauls Carnival

    BSWN - film screening and discussion

    Wednesday 1 July 2020 at 19:30

    Join Black South West Network for a film screening and panel discussion, curated by Cables & Cameras.

    More information about this event will be posted on the St Pauls Carnival Facebook page.

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  • Carnival Headdress Making
    St Pauls Carnival

    Carnival Headdress Making

    Wednesday 1 July 2020 at 12:00

    We may be going online this year but we’re still making our Carnival headdresses - and we’ve got Shadia Houssein and Dee Moxon to guide us.

    More information about this event will be posted on the St Pauls Carnival Facebook page.

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  • The Art of Seeing - Workshop
    Royal Photographic Society

    The Art of Seeing - Workshop

    Tuesday 30 June 2020 at 18:00

    Duration: 1 hour

    Benedict Brain ARPS, UK-based photographer, journalist and artist, teaches this popular workshop on the many different approaches to image-making. From the technical to the conceptual, learn how to apply this to crafting your own unique photographs. Places are limited, and tickets cost £56 - £75.

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  • Rachel Louise Snyder: No Visible Bruises
    Bristol Festival of Ideas

    Rachel Louise Snyder: No Visible Bruises

    Tuesday 30 June 2020 at 17:00

    Duration: 45 mins

    On Tuesday 30 June, journalist Rachel Louise Snyder will be talking to fellow journalist and curator of Bristol Women’s Literature Festival Sian Norris, about how domestic abuse has its roots in our education, economic, health, and justice systems, and how by tackling these origins we can render it preventable.

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  • Tea & Biscuits with Emma Rice and Nigel Lilley
    Wise Children

    Tea & Biscuits with Emma Rice and Nigel Lilley

    Tuesday 30 June 2020 at 16:00

    Duration: 1 hr

    We may be off the road, but we’re on the air! Today Emma sits down for tea, biscuits and chats with Musical Supervisor Nigel Lilley. Nigel and Emma have worked together on Umbrellas of Cherbourgh and more recently Romantics Anonymous. There are exclusive clips from both shows and a tip-off about their special code in auditions. Listen live from 4pm or on demand from 6pm along with a transcript of the show.

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  • Piloxercise
    St Pauls Carnival

    Piloxercise

    Tuesday 30 June 2020 at 12:00

    Time to get stretching! We’re spending lunchtime doing some Carnival-inspired workout exercise.

    More information about this event will be posted on the St Pauls Carnival Facebook page.

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  • Philosophical Times
    St George's Bristol

    Philosophical Times

    Saturday 27 June 2020 at 10:30

    Duration: 1 hr

    Join our resident philosopher Julian Baggini in your own home for his regular look at philosophy behind the headlines. Julian takes to Zoom to conduct his discussion around the weekend papers and the often under-explored philosophical issues tied up with the big issues of the day.

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  • Anne Case and Angus Deaton: Deaths of Despair and the Future of Capitalism
    Bristol Festival of Ideas

    Anne Case and Angus Deaton: Deaths of Despair and the Future of Capitalism

    Friday 26 June 2020 at 15:00

    Duration: 45 mins

    On Friday 26 June, economist Anne Case and Nobel Prize winner Angus Deaton will be in conversation with Festival of Ideas director Andrew Kelly, giving a ground-breaking account of how the flaws in capitalism are fatal for America’s working class.

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  • Stories from the store: From antiquarians to archaeologists – the creation of a collection
    Bristol Museums

    Stories from the store: From antiquarians to archaeologists – the creation of a collection

    Friday 26 June 2020 at 14:00

    Duration: 45 mins

    This free online talk will explore some of the stories and people involved in the making of the city’s British Archaeology Collection. Please book your place in advance.

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  • Carnival Mask Making
    St Pauls Carnival

    Carnival Mask Making

    Friday 26 June 2020 at 12:00

    Join us for a session of Carnival mask making with Helen Davenport.

    More information about this event will be posted on the St Pauls Carnival Facebook page.

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  • Demostage
    MAYK

    Demostage

    Thursday 25 June 2020 at 20:00

    Duration: 1 hr 30 mins

    Demostage is MAYK’s informal, temporary space for those working on creative projects to share their idea, provocation or problem and receive suggestions, thoughts and feedback from an audience. Open to people who make all kinds of creative projects (theatre, music, games, sound, or beyond), we want to encourage discussion, collaboration, and critical discourse.

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  • Carnival - film screening and discussion
    St Pauls Carnival

    Carnival - film screening and discussion

    Thursday 25 June 2020 at 19:00

    Encounters Film Festival, 123 Media and St Pauls Carnival present Carnival - a film screening with panel discussion.

    More information about this event will be posted on the St Pauls Carnival Facebook page.

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  • Tea & Biscuits with Emma Rice and Mirabelle Gremaud
    Wise Children

    Tea & Biscuits with Emma Rice and Mirabelle Gremaud

    Thursday 25 June 2020 at 16:00

    We may be off the road, but we’re on the air! Today Emma sits down with actor, signer, musician and the original Wise Child - Mirabelle Gremaud. Learn all about Mirabelle remarkable life and training live from 4pm or on demand from 6pm along with a transcript of the show.

    Listen live from 4pm
  • LATE LUNCH TALK: MARIA POLICELLA: FROM ITALY TO BRISTOL
    Bristol Museums

    LATE LUNCH TALK: MARIA POLICELLA: FROM ITALY TO BRISTOL

    Thursday 25 June 2020 at 14:00

    Duration: 45 mins

    This free online talk will introduce Maria Policella who arrived in Bristol one hundred years ago from Italy and whose traditional outfit is displayed at M Shed. Please book your place in advance.

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  • Storytelling with Zakiya McKenzie
    St Pauls Carnival

    Storytelling with Zakiya McKenzie

    Wednesday 24 June 2020 at 12:00

    More information about this event will be posted on the St Pauls Carnival Facebook page.

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  • Tea & Biscuits with Emma Rice and Malcolm Rippeth
    Wise Children

    Tea & Biscuits with Emma Rice and Malcolm Rippeth

    Tuesday 23 June 2020 at 16:00

    We may be off the road, but we’re on the air! Today Emma sits down for tea and biscuits chats with award winning lighting designer - Malcom Rippeth. Malcolm has been lighting Emma’s show since her early days at Kneehigh. Find out all about Malcom’s (thankful) attention to detail. Listen live from 4pm or on demand from 6pm along with a transcript of the show.

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  • LATE LUNCH TALK: THE INHABITANTS OF THE GEORGIAN HOUSE
    Bristol Museums

    LATE LUNCH TALK: THE INHABITANTS OF THE GEORGIAN HOUSE

    Thursday 18 June 2020 at 14:00

    Duration: 45 mins

    This free online talk will introduce the inhabitants of Bristol’s Georgian House including plantation owner John Pinney and Pero Jones, an enslaved servant. Please book your place in advance.

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  • Lullabies with Roxana
    Trinity

    Lullabies with Roxana

    Wednesday 17 June 2020 at 10:30-11:30

    Duration: 1 hr

    This online workshop is open to parents and children (and babies!) and will be led by award winning musicians Roxana Vilk and Peter Vilk. We will be teaching you some lullaby songs from Iran, Slovakia, Kurdistan and Cuba, in a fun, interactive style with live musical accompaniment. Then, if you would like, there is also the opportunity and invitation to share your own lullaby with the group.

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  • In Conversation with Alan McFetridge
    Royal Photographic Society

    In Conversation with Alan McFetridge

    Tuesday 16 June 2020 at 18:00

    75 minutes

    Award-winning photographer Alan McFetridge discusses his new book ‘On The Line’. Using large format photography and photograms, he documented the aftermath of a Canadian wildfire in the Boreal forest in 2016. McFetridge was the recipient of the 2016 RPS Environmental Awareness bursary.

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  • Stories from the store: Ancient warriors dug by modern day veterans
    Bristol Museums

    Stories from the store: Ancient warriors dug by modern day veterans

    Friday 12 June 2020 at 14:00

    Duration: 45 mins

    This free online talk will reveal how a treasure discovery led to the excavation of a princely burial in the Cotswolds. Please book your place in advance.

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  • Tea & Biscuits with Emma Rice and Vicki Mortimer
    Wise Children

    Tea & Biscuits with Emma Rice and Vicki Mortimer

    Thursday 11 June 2020 at 16:00

    Listen live to the Radio at 4pm, or on demand from 6pm along with a transcript of the show.

    We may be off the road, but we’re on the air! Today Emma sits down with old friend, colleague and genius set and costume designer Vicki Mortimer as they discuss their early days on the fringe theatre circuit, Reggae and Ska at Bristol’s Dug Out, and embroidery at the RSC.

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  • Virile Bodies in Modern Sculpture
    Bristol Museums

    Virile Bodies in Modern Sculpture

    Thursday 11 June 2020 at 14:00

    Duration: 45 mins including discussion

    In this online talk, curator Julia Carver will discuss work by émigré modernists Jacob Epstein and Henri Gaudier-Brzeska whose work features in Bristol Museum & Art Gallery’s exhibition Being Human: An exhibition of modern sculpture. Please book your place in advance.

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  • House research from home
    Bristol Museums

    House research from home

    Wednesday 10 June 2020 at 17:00

    Duration: 1 hr. Free but requires advance booking.

    Have you been inspired by the new BBC series A House Through Time? In this online talk, archivist Anne Lovejoy will show you how to investigate the stories of local houses and find out who lived there.

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  • Lunchtime Talk: Control Shift - Rethinking our Relationships with Technology
    Watershed

    Lunchtime Talk: Control Shift - Rethinking our Relationships with Technology

    Friday 5 June 2020 at 13:00

    Duration: 1 hr

    In this special lunchtime talk we welcome “Control Shift” & will be introducing you to some of the Artists and Curators. Control Shift is an arts programme exploring how we might reconsider the way we connect with tech.

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  • #shortitout with Åsa Lucander
    Watershed

    #shortitout with Åsa Lucander

    Thursday 4 June 2020 at 18:00

    Duration: Approx. 1hr

    Join us for our next Filmmaker Frontroom Q&A with director, illustrator and animator Åsa Lucander. We’ll be chatting to Åsa about her work directing short films and the recently released music video for Coldplay’s forthcoming album track, ‘Daddy’ which was produced by Aardman Animations.

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  • Tea & Biscuits with Emma Rice & Laura Keefe
    Wise Children

    Tea & Biscuits with Emma Rice & Laura Keefe

    Thursday 4 June 2020 at 16:00

    Listen live to the Radio at 4pm, or on demand from 6pm along with a transcript of the show.

    While they are off the road, Wise Children have taken to the airwaves with their Wise Radio channel. Today, Emma sits down with Laura Keefe - one of the Wise Children family - for (virtual) Tea & Biscuits, chats, music and clips from the archives. The stream is available on demand from 6pm along with a transcript of the show.

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