Art in Liverpool FM

art in liverpool fm logo webIt's my own personal history project stretching back to 2007 - with hundreds of recorded interviews, podcasts and plays. This section of the site is pretty old so don't expect it to work all the time and ignore it asking for Real Player to be loaded. 

So Listener beware!!!  

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ignite_logo_tiny Dates for the next Ignite Liverpool event have been announced.

The 15th September we see the upstaris at Leaf Cafe, Bold Street coming alive to talks that will enlighten and delight an expectant audience.


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Wednesday, 20 July 2011 14:47

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Published in Highlights
Thursday, 24 June 2010 21:24

Art in Liverpool podcast 25 June 2010

liverpool art prize

Back after a brief sojourn Ian and I take a trip to The Liverpool Art prize show at Metal at Edge Hill to record this podcast - so listen out for the trains and just for extra impact it's unedited.



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Tuesday, 15 June 2010 12:00

Ernie Paniccioli - The other side of Hip Hop

who shot yaBack in May Ernie Paniccioli called into our office with Mike Badger. Ernie had been over here for Liverpool Sound City, to launch his exhibition and for an in conversation style event with the godfather of hip hop, Afrika Bambaataa after a preview of his film The Other Side of Hip Hop.

I wasn't prepared for the interview but I'm not sure that mattered, as even I didn't want to hear my voice I just wanted to hear what Ernie had to say. I've pieced together Ernie's speech at the opening of his exhibition and then the chat we had in our office. The other people present are Ian and Mina Jackson from


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Wednesday, 26 May 2010 08:57

Art in Liverpool podcast 27 May 2010

Picasso_Still-LifeIn a quick show this week we look ahead to this weekends Hub Festival at Otterspool Prom plus just what are they saying about the Picasso exhibtion

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Published in Defnet Media
Tuesday, 18 May 2010 23:16

Art in Liverpool podcast 19 May 2010

Picasso_Still-LifeIt's more High Kicks and Low Life for the Arts in Liverpool this week.

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Published in Defnet Media

Come and celebrate 10 years of a festival on the edge with exciting performances, readings and cake.

Listen to an interview with Mike Morris from Writing on the Wall who tells us all about the exciting projects that are make up this festival.

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Download the brochure below.

Published in Defnet Media
Wednesday, 05 May 2010 00:00

Art in Liverpool podcast 5 May 2010

Ballad of Sonny LumiereIn this weeks podcast, we discuss Light Night, the Writing on the Wall festival and the Mankey Monkey auction...

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Published in Defnet Media
Wednesday, 05 May 2010 09:07

Eimer Birbeck - Instantanés Vladimir


An exhibition of sound views at the Lost Souls and Stranger Service station from Eimer Birbeck opens on 14th May.


Here is a piece from Eimer that she submitted for inclusion on Art in Liverpool FM

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