Sinopsis

EastCast is a forecast you can rely on for everything arts, culture and community related in East London.

Episodios

  • EastCast #78 East London Arts  Culture

    EastCast #78 East London Arts & Culture

    06/02/2019 Duración: 01h01s

    EastCast explores the arts, culture and community cultivated in East London but resonating way beyond. This month Pearl Wise, Jessie Lawson and Katie Callin meet Annick Metefia from Toynbee Hall and John Newman from Newham Bookshop. Jess shares one of her Night Bus Podcasts made for the Museum of London, Robin Leeburn brings us the story of the Luminary Bakery and Pearl shares some musical highlights from this year.

  • EastCast #79 East London Arts  Culture

    EastCast #79 East London Arts & Culture

    06/02/2019 Duración: 01h00s

    EastCast explores the arts, culture and community cultivated in East London but resonating way beyond. This month  Jessie Lawson and Katie Callin meet  Korantema Anyimadu from Arts Emergency,  Oonah Gay from East London On Foot and hear some live music from Henry Nielsen. They also share sounds from Four Corners Gallery in Roman Road, Tower Hamlets and a few clips from their last EastCast Away event.

  • EastCast #77 East London Arts  Culture

    EastCast #77 East London Arts & Culture

    18/11/2018 Duración: 59min

    This month Pearl Wise meets Gini Simpson and Shamni Pithia from Music in Detention an organisation working with immigration detainees in the UK and Steve Lazarus host and producer of the podcast Your London Legacy. She takes a peek behind the scenes at new arts and culture venue Poplar Union and young musicians Rosie Frater-Taylor and Roella Oloro from the Jazznewblood collective play live ahead of their London Jazz Festival performance later this month. 

  • EastCast #76 East London Arts  Culture

    EastCast #76 East London Arts & Culture

    15/10/2018 Duración: 59min

    Community radio in Thamesmead, Spark stories, E5 Bakehouse and music by Voltage Black

  • EastCast #75 East London Arts  Culture Radio Show

    EastCast #75 East London Arts & Culture Radio Show

    21/09/2018 Duración: 59min

    Contemporary dance, a mental health sound walk, and Elvis fan and live music by Dishy Tangent

  • EastCast Away Listening Lounge June 2018

    EastCast Away Listening Lounge June 2018

    21/09/2018 Duración: 02h00s

    A live listening lounge featuring works from London's talented radio makers and podcasters.

  • EastCast #74 East London Arts  Culture Radio Show

    EastCast #74 East London Arts & Culture Radio Show

    12/07/2018 Duración: 01h11s

    The Grand Union Orchestra, Rebecca Rowntree from This Way Up, a woman who marries her step brother, a Marconi receiver and Carolyn's Fingers all on one show

  • EastCast #73 East London Arts  Culture

    EastCast #73 East London Arts & Culture

    15/06/2018 Duración: 01h01s

    Red telephone boxes, Museum in a box, not being boxed in and Morgan Lorelle live.

  • EastCast #72 East London Arts  Culture

    EastCast #72 East London Arts & Culture

    15/05/2018 Duración: 59min

    Pigeon whistles, new fiction, Tommy Flowers, raw materials + Jonathan Holder and the Good Thinking

  • EastCast #71 East London Arts  Culture

    EastCast #71 East London Arts & Culture

    13/04/2018 Duración: 59min

    Film, art studio spaces, queer people of colour and sonic meditations all from East London.

  • EastCast #70 East London Arts, Culture , Community

    EastCast #70 East London Arts, Culture , Community

    16/03/2018 Duración: 01h00s

    Recipe kit cooking, bike polo, LGBTQ+ migrant stories, street harassment and live music..

  • EastCast #69 East London Arts, Culture  Community

    EastCast #69 East London Arts, Culture & Community

    15/02/2018 Duración: 01h52s

    Youth politics, dance, hair, a love story and live music all on one show.

  • Bonus: EastCast Away Part 2

    Bonus: EastCast Away Part 2

    14/02/2018 Duración: 01h08min

    A live listening lounge featuring works from London's talented radio makers and podcasters.

  • Bonus: EastCast Away Part 1

    Bonus: EastCast Away Part 1

    14/02/2018 Duración: 59min

    A live listening lounge featuring works from London's talented radio makers and podcasters.

  • EastCast #68 East London Arts  Culture Radio Show

    EastCast #68 East London Arts & Culture Radio Show

    12/01/2018 Duración: 01h00s

    Feminism, black history, voices from East Glasgow and live music by John Fairhurst.

  • EastCast #67 East London Arts  Culture

    EastCast #67 East London Arts & Culture

    15/12/2017 Duración: 01h03min

    Enjoying life over 70, a community car park, an audio tour and live music by King Tides.

  • EastCast #66 East London Arts  Culture Radio Show

    EastCast #66 East London Arts & Culture Radio Show

    10/11/2017 Duración: 59min

    A Place Like Home, London Coffee, BearMotherHouse, Sex and A-Mens

  • EastCast #65 East London Arts  Culture Rado Show

    EastCast #65 East London Arts & Culture Rado Show

    16/10/2017 Duración: 01h02min

    Improve your memory, great men, fizzy pop, the menopause and a diary collection.

  • EastCast #64 East London Arts  Culture Radio Show

    EastCast #64 East London Arts & Culture Radio Show

    19/09/2017 Duración: 01h01min

    This month Jonny Virgo, Pearl Wise and Sasha Edye-Lindner are joined by Kasia Uscinska and Viv Ellis from Nasty Women, an event celebrating female artists in support of women’s rights. Jessie Lawson continues her series of starting conversations and talks to random East Londoners about masturbation, we hear about a collaborative exhibition with residents from the Wedlock Barn Estate in Hoxton - Permissible Notations Of, Oliver Meek executive director of Dalston’s Rio Cinema explains why the cinema is such an important part of local heritage and singer-songwriter Phil Cosby plays live in the studio ahead his Blue Daze EP release.

  • EastCast #63 East London Arts  Culture Radio Show

    EastCast #63 East London Arts & Culture Radio Show

    14/07/2017 Duración: 01h00s

    This month Jonny Virgo, Pearl Wise and Jessie Lawson are joined by Roxi Jahanshani and Asma Shah from You Make It an organisation enabling young unemployed women to pursue their goals, influential transmedia creator and CEO of story gaming platform Conducttr Rob Pratten and and cross-media artist SG Milner ahead of his The Night Is Over, Applaud exhibition. New contributor Celia Robbins takes us on The Ancestors Trail in Epping Forest and Jessie investigates why ‘that time of the month’ is still taboo.

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