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Philosophy of Mind @ Mind in Camden

This podcast is about a ‘Philosophy of Mind’ workshop series, which ran at Mind in Camden, a local mental health charity, in October 2017.
The first part of this podcast is an interview with Sophie Stammers, the creator and facilitator of the workshop series and a philosopher at the University of Birmingham – she tells us about her work and her experience of facilitating the group. The rest of the podcast (from 12.25 onwards) is a group discussion amongst several participants about their experiences of the group – what was most important, what the group felt like, and what has stayed with them…

All of Sophie’s materials for the workshop series are online, so if you like what you hear you can go online and access them yourself at the link next to this podcast.

Package by: Bonnie Astor
Recording: Violet McDonald, Freddy Chick

# 2018-11-10 by CCRadio | Everything | Society, Culture & History | Communities

An interview with Chris Tummings

Samantha Russell, herself a TV actor and radio presenter talks with Chris Tummings about his career in the business, including his time on ‘No Problem’, and gets personal with questions on the meaning of love. Plus there’s a blast on the bamboo sax.

Package by: Samantha Russell

# 2018-10-03 by camden | Everything | Society, Culture & History | Drama

Was Trump Inspired by the Kindertransport?

Is it ever okay to separate a child from their parents? Fingers Crossed Theatre Company explore the effect of separation and immigration on a person’s identity, in their devised play ‘Central (Story) Line’. Three Jewish children arrive in London on the Kindertransport, fleeing from the Nazis. They find themselves at Liverpool Street Station – with no one there to pick them up. This show combines pop culture (Elvis, The Doors, Abba, Britney) with political speeches to explore how these children develop through the decades. How does it feel to be an immigrant in a fast-changing world, and what effect does that initial separation have? Touching on universal topics from love, to loss, to fitting in, this show combines humour with poignance and some classic songs – oh, and it’s also entirely set on the tube!

Package by: Alex Hattenstone

# 2018-09-08 by CCRadio | Everything | Society, Culture & History

What Are they saying about the 8th Mrs Brown?

This piece was inspired by the fictional TV character Mrs Brown, which is set in Finglas, in North Dublin. A Finglas resident wonders what the people there think of the 8th amendment to the Irish constitution (which gives equal right to life to the foetus as to the pregnant woman), which is the subject of a referendum on 25th May. Taking a trip down memory lane and reviewing the hardships that putting the foetal hearbeat ahead of women’s health caused in Finglas (and all over Ireland). This audio was originally developed for a Speaking of IMELDA performance in Ireland in 2016.

The referendum to repeal the 8th Amendment to the Irish constitution and clear the way for permitting abortion up to 12 weeks takes place on 25th May. For more information, see the attached links

Package by: Marian Larragy

# 2018-05-06 by CCRadio | Everything | Drama | Society, Culture & History | On Women

Interview with Natasha Langridge on In Memory of Leaves

Martin speaks to Natasha Langridge, whose show In Memory of Leaves comes to the Camden canal from the 11th-14th of October.

Written in the wake of her home on the Wornington Green Estate in Kensington being demolished, Natasha Langridge’s monologue explores what happens to communities when they are moved from their homes. It follows her getting arrested with Occupy Democracy and volunteering in the refugee camp in Calais. It is personal and bracing; a love note to neighbours and a revolutionary call to the world.

Natasha Langridge is a Meyer-Whitworth award winner for Shraddha which was performed at Soho Theatre. She is also an actress and is co-author of Rage and Reason Women Playwrights on Playwriting. Her writing and directing credits include Beverley (UK Tour), Breathing in Brixton, The Method (Oval House London) and Worthing Whispers (Pavilion Theatre Worthing).

Tickets: inmemoryofleaves.brownpapertickets.com

Package by Martin, edited by Violet

# 2017-10-08 by CCRadio | What's On in Camden | Society, Culture & History | Communities | Arts and Entertainment