April’s installment saw Amah Rose Abrams chatting to artist Rory Pilgrim & curator Amal Khalaf, plus Matt Abbott chatting to Nymphs & Thugs’ latest signing Stephen James Smith.
You should be able to find it wherever you usually listen to podcasts, but if not, it’s available alongside all other previous episodes on our Anchor.fm page. We’ll be back with Episode 28 on Saturday 7 May. Enjoy!
This month’s episode of Roaring 20s Radio was an International Women’s Day special! We were joined in the Soho Radio studio by poets Violet Malice and The Repeat Beat Poet. You should be able to find it wherever you usually listen to your podcasts, but if not, it’s on our Anchor.fm site here. Enjoy…
Episode 11 was broadcast on Soho Radio a day before the one-year anniversary of Roaring 20s Radio being created. It’s been an incredible journey so far and we’re hugely grateful to everybody who’s listened, shared and supported so far.
If you missed the broadcast, you can stream the episode back in full as a podcast. It should be available in your regular podcast provider, but if not, you can find it on our Anchor.fm page.
Stay tuned for details of Episode 12 towards the end of November…
As we hurtle through a heatwave, our ‘Summer Special’ featured the usual art, culture, books, poetry, and activism for you. We also had our first in-person interview since March, as we were joined in Salena’s kitchen by artist Kelly-Anne Davitt.
You can now listen back in full via most of the major podcast providers, or via this handy link on our Anchor.fm page. Hope you enjoy it!
In case you missed today’s episode of Roaring 20s Radio, it’s now available as a podcast in most of the usual places including Spotify and Apple Music. Click here for the podcast links to Episode 5: The Isolation tapes.
This episode features Salena Godden, Amah-Rose Abrams and Matt Abbott recording their own individual segments whilst socially distancing. As well as the usual round-ups, they have special guest recordings and music tracks to make one big juicy episode.
Episode 6 will be broadcast on Soho Radio‘s Culture channel on Saturday 9 May from 4-6pm. You can follow the show on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Happy listening!