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The Bido Lito! Arts + Culture Podcast
46 minutes | a year ago
Digging The Archives #1
Lockdown has prevented us from going to galleries and museums in person - but it hasn't stopped us from accessing culture online. In a new series, Laura and Christopher pick out some forms of digital culture archives that have been keeping them entertained while remaining socially distanced. The first episode in this series features queer zine archive QZAP, and the University of Liverpool's interactive Viking Age In The North West app.
30 minutes | a year ago
BONUS: What Is Activism?
Following on from our previous podcast on community media with Dr Paddy Hoey, we have an extra bonus episode for you. This is based on a conversation Laura had in 2019 with Paddy about activism in the digital age, based around the book he'd just written about Irish republican media activism.
39 minutes | a year ago
You know that feeling when you discover a fictional world and it just feels like you've always known it? And the characters, plots and setting fit perfectly, like your favourite jacket, one that you never tire of wearing. That's what this episode is about, as Laura persuades Neil Atkinson to turn his attention away from The Anfield Wrap, and talk about their shared love of the world of Inspector Morse: both the novels of Colin Dexter, and the TV world led by John Thaw.
38 minutes | a year ago
What's In A Biennial?
For the first episode of Season 2, we speak with Liverpool Biennial's new Artistic Director, Fatoş Üstek, about how an art biennial relates to its location.
36 minutes | 2 years ago
God Save The Florrie
The Florrie in Liverpool 8 celebrates its 130th birthday in 2019. We tell the story of how the building was saved, and how its bricks and mortar weren't the only thing restored.
50 minutes | 2 years ago
A Walk Through The City
Musician and songwriter Nick Ellis takes us on a psychogeographic walk through the city, focusing on places that have particular resonance with his music. Ellis shows us how oral histories and layers of stories and tied into the fabric of our surroundings, and how we often ignore them as we traverse the city.
40 minutes | 2 years ago
The Bluecoat and Perestroika
Jayne Casey and Bryan Biggs take us on a tour through the archive of The Bluecoat, the UK's oldest arts centre. In doing so, they chart the building's history as a repository of culture for Liverpool - and unearth a story from 1989, when a show they put on proved the existence of perestroika to Ronald Reagan.
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