In an effort to bring Art in Liverpool FM more arts and music audio from across Liverpool (and the Wirral) we have mananaged to convince Dan Lynch from Rathole Radio to let us mirror his fortnightly podcast Rathole Radio.
Broadcasting every fortnight Radio Visual offers an insight into the New York Art scene. With high production values derived from the producers who are Claire Hamilton, the BBC Radio Merseyside arts reporter and John Connor the ex curator at FACT, Liverpool.
If you are looking for a little more out of the leaders debate and you'll be watching alone at home - Well don't watch in the comfort and style of the Pan Am bar on the Albert Dock. From 6.30-11pm onwards the American Style debate watching party will be taking place and you can watch with the Cognoscenti of the Liverpool scene.
There will be a quick talk before hand and a discussion afterwards - so formulate your some questions and answers while you are at it.
Last weeks event took place at Hannahs bar in association with MyVoteAPP and was organised by Deena Denaro. Deena will sadly be missing this weeks event as she is off to see an elder statement of American politics Gil Scott-Heron at the Liverpool Philharmonic.
Twitterers can follow the action as it takes place via the #Deb8WatchLiv tag.
Manchester has it's own election mashup taking place on Thursday so maybe that is for you. Which ever event you go to then have a good time.
A few more links for you http://blogs.liverpooldailypost.co.uk/dalestreetblues/2010/04/liverpools-very-own-leaders-de.html
Election events are taking place across the north west andthis one is Manchester looks about as good as they are going to get, with a Debate remix - a live audiovisual remix of the third UK General Election TV debate.
In the apt surroundings of the People's History Museum, view Brown, Cameron and Clegg in their final showdown, as artists Sosolimited offer a dizzying array of word-usage analysis, highly stylised charts and visualisations, and an illuminating perspective on what the candidates are actually saying.
Lovers of Hip Hop are in for a treat with the launch of a special event planned to raise the curtain on Liverpool Sound City.
The legendary American photographer and author of hip hop culture Ernie Paniccioli is to take part in an exclusive ‘In Conversation’ style event with the godfather of hip hop, Afrika Bambaataa, they will talk about the evolution of hip hop, it’s current place in the world, the portrayal of it through the decades and also their friendship.
On Thursday 29th April at the Zoo Café Bar in St Helens, Johnny Vegas himself will be introducing the ‘world’s most travelled comedian’ Nick Wilty and the excitingly cheeky Gordon Southern for a night of fantastic stand-up.
Quirky globetrotter Nick Wilty, has performed on every continent except Antarctica (although he did a show in Tierra Del Fuego!), and has done shows in all major Festivals, including Edinburgh (6 times), Glastonbury (5 times), Auckland (twice), Wellington, Melbourne, Adelaide, Montreal (Just For Laughs), Vancouver, Edmonton, San Francisco, New York, Amsterdam, Cape Town & Hong Kong.