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Initial – Another Aeroplane

By Richard Downes / 2021-11-26
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Recollecting a first flight with the assistance of one of Eno’s Oblique Strategies, ‘Ask your body’ and my body remembers past and future tenses

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Young Gifted Black & Disabled – Say it Loud with Lateef McLeod

By T.Reid / 2021-11-24
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Lateef McLeod (pronounced McCloud) is a writer, poet, performance artist and currently pursuing his PhD. He’s a user of AAC technology or Augmentative and Alternative Communication. This technology enables those who are nonverbal to communicate in a variety of ways. In today’s episode I get to speak with Lateef and discuss AAC,Synthetic Speech, his experience […]

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Young Gifted Black & Disabled – The Price of Blind Girl Magic

By T.Reid / 2021-11-10
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Jeanetta Price is an advocate, writer, spoken word artist and the CEO of Blind Girl Magic. She’s using her talents and experience to reach out to women adjusting to vision loss. I can’t think of a better way to kick-off this final season of 2021 than with a bit of magic! Not that hocus pocus […]

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100 Meters; Speak

By Richard Downes / 2021-11-04
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A competition concerning Oxford’s Covered Market leads me to make a competition entry. Memories of what was then the Apple Trust. Now the Stammer

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642; Pot

By Richard Downes / 2021-10-26
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642 Things to Write about asks that I leave a small thing to a great grandchild and write a letter to them to let them

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A Poem.

By Will Reynolds / 2021-10-21
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People tell us to stand tall
But how can when we’ll likely fall

People look forward to going and getting legless
B
ut would you if

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CRIPtic Arts | JAMIE HALE Podcast Episode 1

By CRIPtic Arts / 2021-10-15
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In the first episode the brains behind the company Jamie Hale talks to producer Mik Scarlet about all things CRIPtic, the Barbican performance on 19th

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Black Widow 11

By Richard Downes / 2021-10-15
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Signs; Standard Size

By Richard Downes / 2021-10-14
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The dominant medical model always sought to have its say so I guess I just rebelled and took the other direction. I didn’t always make

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The Liz Bentley Delivery Woman with her Creative Future short-listed Poem that didn’t win, on National Poetry Day

By Liz Bentley / 2021-10-11
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Baby Blue beach hut

They didn’t look quite like this in the 1970’s but the colour

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