Archives – 2012 – March  

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Lost Property Office 4: Tilda Swinton, Queen Of Atlantis
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And we are back in the Lost Property Office, this week with the fearless Kat Stevens who is the first of our guests to shun the sometimes predictable CD route to music, and instead pick a USB stick. And what a USB stick it is too, look at the photo f[…]

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Lost Property Office 3: Karen Dixon 3-Day Eventer
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Week three of the new FreakyTrigger podcast (in association with SOAS Radio), the Lost Property Office. This week my guest is Pamela Hutchinson of Silent London London’s premiere Silent Film website. Pam dived into the pile of lost property and[…]

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Waltz-bin Matilda
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Here at FT Towers we enjoy a tipple or two – inevitably this often turns into One Too Many and fate finds your hapless correspondents firmly planted within the bin.
Ah, the bin of ruin! Some of us have visited the bin so many times we could get[…]

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Lost Property Office 2: The First Days Of Disco
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Welcome to week two of the new FreakyTrigger podcast (in association with SOAS Radio), the Lost Property Office. This week my guest is Sarah Clarke who did not get her hands too dirty in her rummage through the office, alighting on three items and a […]

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Lost Property Office 1: CSI: Max Factor
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Welcome to the new FreakyTrigger podcast (in association with SOAS Radio), a whimsical trip through the lost and found of life. We’ve been thinking of various audio projects for a while since Lollards and Slug Of Time finished, and before anyth[…]

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Sad coincidence: Philip Madoc RIP
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Quite unrelatedly, I was listening to Stan Tracey’s version of “Under Milk Wood” only this morning, thanks to punctum’s Pink Floyd essay: of course the narrator is Merthyr Tydfil-born Madoc, doing all Dylan Thomas’s voic[…]

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master vs chef: all the commanding mouths to feed
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In which one syllabubdobdee (who he?) dives into the complexities of “audience response theory” as it applies to Masterchef.
(And introducing Blogging Doesn’t Get Tougher Than This, an outlet for people who can’t not watch foo[…]

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