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BBC Sounds Audio Lab: Tomi Dixon – Colouring In BritainSeptember 22, 2022
Our series of interviews with the makers of the BBC Sounds Audio Lab shows continues with Tomi Dixon, creator of Colouring In Britain. The show imagines what Tomi’s secondary school history lessons could have been if black history was taught across the other 11 months of the year. It features interviews with cultural icons like Benjamin Zephaniah, who discusses his...
BBC Sounds Audio Lab: Hamza Salmi – Who Was Michael X?September 15, 2022
The final three Audiolab 2022 podcasts from BBC Sounds have now been released! And we’re continuing with our quick-fire interview series. This time, Hamza Salmi tells us about being a long-time podcast listener, and first-time podcast maker. His series, Who Was Michael X? tells the fascinating and divisive story of the once famous black British activist who many haven’t heard of…...
BBC Sounds Audio Lab: Hanna Adan – The Museum of Bad VibesAugust 18, 2022
Welcome to the third in our series of interviews about the BBC Sounds Audio Lab shows. This time, we’re talking to Hanna Adan about The Museum of Bad Vibes, a five-part series that mixes creative dramatisations with interviews and research to explore a collection of cultural and spiritual artefacts housed in British museums. From 16th century Benin bronze sculptures to...
BBC Sounds Audio Lab: Adam Zmith – The Film We Can’t SeeAugust 11, 2022
Welcome to the second in our series of interviews about the BBC Sounds Audio Lab shows. This time, we’re talking to Adam Zmith about The Film We Can’t See, a show that imagines hidden queer connections between filmmakers over a century ago… What was your introduction to podcasting as a listener? One of the first podcasts I really got hooked...
BBC Sounds Audio Lab: Talia Randall – Blossom Trees and Burnt-Out CarsAugust 4, 2022
The first three podcasts forged in the BBC Sounds Audio Lab creator programme launched on the 14th July, and we’ve been chatting to the creators about podcasting, their projects and the future of the podcast industry. In the first of a series of interviews, we’re speaking to Talia Randall about her show, Blossom Trees and Burnt Out Cars, which unearths the...
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