THE NEWS AGENTS
Jude Cowan Montague's creative news-arts show Saturday 2.30pm-3.30pm Resonance 104.4FM
EXPERIMENT AND JOURNEY
'On a rainy Saturday in cold old February it was a delight to be chatting about music and arty things and having a bit of a sing with Jude Cowan Montague' JUDY DYBLE
She creates poetry which finds the humanity amid the horror of our times.' BILL NEELY
'Jude Cowan Montague has gone where I've never seen a jobbing journalist tread before.' JON SNOW
Monday, 1 February 2016
Sat 27 Feb - 'SEMBLANCE' and 'PLACE, WASTE, DISSENT': Sarer Scotthorne and Paul Hawkins
Alice Foster talks to poets Sarer Scotthorne and Paul Hawkins about new published work. Sarer is an expert martial artist/tutor and explores in text her relationship with two of her swords, a Juan and a Mioa Tiou. Paul discusses the importance of untold (his)tories and how collaboration can shape future scenarios for an era of climate change.
Sarer Scotthorne shares poetry from her new pamphlet 'Semblance'. An expert martial artist and poet, Sarer explores in text and form her relationship with two of her swords, a Juan and a Mioa Tiou. She has been training with the two swords for the last twenty eight years and her work reflects on the strange and wonderful thoughts and physics for a female martial artist of 48 years old. Sarer has recently performed a unique creative fusion of her work at 'Situations' at 'Sanctum Project' in Bristol. A completely unique presentation.
Sarer will also be performing at Scaledown on Fri 4 March
Paul Hawkins presents work from his Influx Press book, Place Waste Dissent. He discusses the importance of untold (his)tories, what people can achieve when they have a common aim(s), and how this collaboration could shape future scenarios in the 21st century and beyond, with the effects of Climate Change . . .
Paul will read some o the experimental work from Place, Waste, Dissent live on air.