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The podcast of the Brighton Festival radio show brought to you by RadioReverb - Broadcast Media Partner for Brighton Festival 2020.

The podcast of the Brighton Festival radio show brought to you by RadioReverb - Broadcast Media Partner for Brighton Festival 2020.

Location:

Brighton, United Kingdom

Description:

The podcast of the Brighton Festival radio show brought to you by RadioReverb - Broadcast Media Partner for Brighton Festival 2020.

Twitter:

@radioreverb

Language:

English


Episodes

93: Brighton Festival Bitesize - 2019 Highlights

5/28/2019
Melita and Rebecca reflect on their favourites from this year's programme, including Silence, Backbone, Flight and Iron Men.

Duration:00:04:12

92: Brighton Festival Bitesize - Looking Ahead to 2020

5/28/2019
Melita, Rebecca and Mark discuss what they'd like to see at next year's festival.

Duration:00:02:49

91: Brighton Festival Bitesize - Boys

5/28/2019
Two dancers from Boys, the dance piece exploring masculinity by the Pappy Show, join Melita.

Duration:00:12:12

90: Brighton Festival 2019 - Episode 16

5/28/2019
In the final episode of the Brighton Festival Podcast, Melita and Rebecca are joined by: members of Vietnam's Tijmur Dance Theatre on Varhung; Kwame and Komron from the Pappy Show on their performance Boys; Dan Canham from free outdoor dance piece Session; and our hosts present their highlights from the festival.

Duration:00:47:27

89: Brighton Festival Bitesize - A Midsummer Night's Dream

5/28/2019
Peter Stickney from theatre company The Lord Chamberlain's Men joins Melita and Rebecca to talk about this year's performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Duration:00:08:14

88: Brighton Festival Bitesize - True Copy

5/28/2019
Bart Baele discusses the performance piece True Copy, the story of art forgery by Belgian company Berlin.

Duration:00:06:07

87: Brighton Festival Bitesize - Another Star to Steer By

5/28/2019
Director David Gilbert discusses his storytelling project Another Star to Steer By.

Duration:00:06:04

86: Brighton Festival Bitesize - Distortion

5/28/2019
Gautam Malkani, author of Distortion, explains his work on the unreported carers in the UK.

Duration:00:06:50

85: Brighton Festival 2019 - Episode 15

5/28/2019
Melita and Rebecca take you behind the scenes. Interviews with author Gautam Malkani; Bart Baele of Berlin's True Copy; David Gilbert, director of Another Star To Steer By; and Peter Stickney from theatre company The Lord Chamberlain's Men on A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Duration:00:54:55

84: Brighton Festival Bitesize - Nadine Kaadan

5/24/2019
Nadine is a Syrian writer and illustrator. Her show Tomorrow tells the story of a brave young boy called Yazan from her book Tomorrow.

Duration:00:08:46

83: Brighton Fesitval Bitesize - Silence

5/23/2019
Marta Strzalko from Polish theatre company Teatr Buro Podrozy is in the studio to talk their show Silence.

Duration:00:08:45

82: Brighton Fesitval Bitesize - Circuit Des Yeux

5/23/2019
Electronic artist Circuit Des Yeux discusses her original soundtrack to the 1923 silent film Salomé.

Duration:00:06:22

81: Brighton Fesitval Bitesize - Storyteller Jon Mason

5/23/2019
Our Place's Jon Mason joins Melita & Rebecca to explain his Time Travel Treasure Hunt, the interactive tour telling the story of Brighton-based inventor Magnus Volk.

Duration:00:11:39

80: Brighton Festival 2019 - Episode 14

5/23/2019
Melita and Rebecca take you behind the scenes of the Brighton Festival. Interviews with Marta Strzalko of Polish theatre company Teatr Buro Podrozy on their piece Silence; Storyteller Jon Mason from Our Place on his interactive history tour telling the story of the inventor Magnus Volk; Mark Johnson talks to Ariwo; and Circuit des Yeux on her original soundtrack to the1923 silent film Salome.

Duration:00:47:40

79: Brighton Festival Podcast - Episode 13

5/22/2019
Melita and Rebecca do all the hard work so you don't have to. In conversation today: Literature Producer Nii Aykwei; Traptown Choreographer Khermann Khaurighei; Tim Brown on the Film Programme; Seeta Patel on Not Today's Yesterday; Performance Producer Philippa Barr; and Our Place producer Sally Scott.

Duration:00:49:37

78: Brighton Festival Bitesize - TrapTown

5/22/2019
Choreographer German Jauregui explains his unique performance.

Duration:00:06:59

74: Brighton Festival Bitesize - Literature Programmer Nii Aykwei

5/22/2019
The man in charge of the festival's Literature Programme, Nii Aykwei, joins Melita and Rebecca in the studio.

Duration:00:10:12

77: Brighton Festival Bitesize - Philippa Barr, Performance Producer

5/22/2019
Head of the Festival's performance strand Philippa Barr discusses her highlights.

Duration:00:08:02

76: Brighton Festival Bitesize - Sally Scott, Our Place

5/22/2019
Our Place Producer Sally Scott looks back on the weekend's performances, and ahead to the final events bringing the Festival out into local communities.

Duration:00:06:31

75: Brighton Festival Bitesize - Not Today's Yesterday

5/22/2019
Seeta Patel, the dancer behind the one-woman-show Not Today's Yesterday discusses her performance.

Duration:00:06:25