EastCast is a forecast you can rely on for everything arts, culture and community related in East London.
EastCast #79 East London Arts & Culture
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 #78 East London Arts & Culture
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 #77 East London Arts & Culture
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
Community radio in Thamesmead, Spark stories, E5 Bakehouse and music by Voltage Black
EastCast Away Listening Lounge June 2018
A live listening lounge featuring works from London's talented radio makers and podcasters.
EastCast #75 East London Arts & Culture Radio Show
Contemporary dance, a mental health sound walk, and Elvis fan and live music by Dishy Tangent
Great show for East London and wonderful Londoners stories
This is a wonderful local radio station podcast showcasing all the wonderful things that Londoners are getting up to that you may not be aware of, from arts and music to social enterprise. Listen and enjoy.
Having heard both her interviews on EastCast, I would highly recommend. She is funny, brave and bright - listening to her exploration of taboo issues shines lights where it needs to be shone!