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My Kind Of Weird with Richard Minkley
48 minutes | Jun 14, 2018
The Lace Market Theatre and a life in amateur dramatics with David Nightingale
If you find yourself getting a drink in the lace market theatre, just to the left of the bar, you can see a small plaque up on one of the roof beams. It lists the names of the people responcible for turning a disused chaple into nottinghams leading amateur theatre for the last fourty odd years. Of those names, David nightingale is the only one still standing. You will be hard pressed to find a man who has put more hours into Nottingham theatre and we are lucky enough to have him as our guest on today’s episode. We cover great big swathes of Davids life, especially before the lace market and the run up to its creation. Welcome to my kind of weird. I’m Richard Minkley and in this podcast, I’m going to interview the fascinating creative people from around Nottingham. https://www.facebook.com/MyKindOfWeird/ https://twitter.com/RichardMinkley
45 minutes | May 3, 2018
Documentaries, Leftlion and Winning awards with Film Maker Georgie Scurfield - My Kind Of Weird
You may recognise todays guest towering over Shakespeare street. She is on a massive poster, with her camera near a swimming pool, your guess is as good as mine. Its Georgie Scurffield, Internationally award winning film maker and NTU graduate. I’m really excited about this one, because Georgie really comes to life when i spoke to hear about what its like to be creative, not as an individual, but when you’re there doing it. I loved it, i hope you do to, but before all that, as is my want, I asked her what she’d been up to this week. Welcome to my kind of weird. I’m Richard Minkley and in this podcast I’m going to interview the fascinating creative people around Nottingham.
36 minutes | Feb 16, 2018
Improv, Radio and Leadership with Lloydie 'James' Lloyd - My Kind of Weird Podcast
My guest today has got a lot going on. Lloydie, also known as James Lloyd to his parents and not many other people, can be seen helping steer the good ship Missimp, Nottingham’s’ longest running open improv group. This interview is the second of my three-part Missimp special, following on from Nick Tyler last week. Welcome to my kind of weird. In this podcast I’m going to interview the fascinating creative people around Nottingham.
45 minutes | Feb 2, 2018
Sci Fi, dream diaries and the wonderful mind of Nick Tyler - My Kind Of Weird
Welcome to my kind of weird. In this podcast, I’m going to interview the fascinating creative people around Nottingham. Today I’m talking to nick tyler, writer, performer and occasional swashbuckler known as captain pig-heart. I didn’t want to give myself too much of a challenge, what with this being the first interview of the podcast, so we decided to talk about everything possible in the universe and more with his love of sci fi, writing and the peculiar work of dream diaries. But first, I had to ask about his job at ‘Angry Robot’, the international publisher of award winning science fiction and fantasy that is hidden in Nottingham city centre.
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