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Disability Arts Online and Graeae present The Disability and...Podcast

Arts & Culture Podcasts

The Disability And…Podcast gets right to the heart of some of the most pressing issues in arts, culture and beyond with a series of bold, provocative and insightful interviews with disabled artists, key industry figures and the odd legend. The Disability And…Podcast is currently monthly.

The Disability And…Podcast gets right to the heart of some of the most pressing issues in arts, culture and beyond with a series of bold, provocative and insightful interviews with disabled artists, key industry figures and the odd legend. The Disability And…Podcast is currently monthly.

Location:

United Kingdom

Description:

The Disability And…Podcast gets right to the heart of some of the most pressing issues in arts, culture and beyond with a series of bold, provocative and insightful interviews with disabled artists, key industry figures and the odd legend. The Disability And…Podcast is currently monthly.

Twitter:

@graeae

Language:

English

Contact:

020 7613 6906


Episodes

Disability And...the last three years with Colin Hambrook & Nickie Miles-Wildin

4/19/2022
This month, Disability Arts Online's Editor Colin Hambrook speaks to Graeae's former Associate Director, Nickie Miles-Wildin about the last three years of the Disability and...Podcast. Graeae will be stepping aside from the podcast after this episode and Mind the Gap will be welcomed as new partners as of next month. Colin and Nicky talk about their experiences of podcasting for the first time, their highlights from the last three years, and the importance of the podcast for the disability...

Duration:00:39:36

Disability And... I am a person with Britny Virginia & Sonny Nwachukwu

3/11/2022
This month Sonny Nwachukwu chats with Britny Virginia, both Graeae Associate Artists, about Britny's artistic practice and career journey so far.

Duration:00:34:35

Disability And...Confidence with Lachi

1/25/2022
This month, Disability Arts Online's Assistant Editor Joe Turnbull chats with writer, singer and disability campaigner Lachi, about her current project RAMPD and her other achievements. This podcast contains strong language. Lachi's website. Recording Artists and Music Professionals with Disabilities (RAMPD).

Duration:00:47:33

31. Disability And... Social Change with Kate Lovell and Robyn Bowyer

12/20/2021
This month, Graeae's Associate Artist Kate Lovell chats with Graeae's trainee producer Robyn Bowyer about art and theatre and how it can inform social change.

Duration:00:34:24

30. Disability And...the art of Connection with Letty McHugh

11/19/2021
This month, founding Editor of Disability Arts Online, Colin Hambrook, chats with artist and writer Letty McHugh, who is currently an associate artist with Disability Arts Online. Letty talks about her Disability Arts Online project the Book of Hours, and her thinking around art as a way of creating meaningful connections.

Duration:00:40:47

29. Disability And...SciFi with Zuleika Lebow and Kyla Harris

10/27/2021
This month, Disability Arts Online Guest Editor, Zuleika Lebow chats with artist Kyla Harris about SciFi and her wheelchair, Edna. This episode contains references to ableism and strong language.

Duration:01:00:23

28. Disability And...Neurodiversity with Mike Faulkner

9/7/2021
This month, Disability Arts Online's Editor, Colin Hambrook chats to artist and climate activist, Mike Faulkner about Disability and...Neurodiversity

Duration:00:35:20

27. Disability And... the Paralympics with Fran Brown

8/13/2021
This month, Graeae's associate director Nickie Miles-Wildin chats with paratriathlete, paracyclist, physiotherapist, percussionist and two times world paraclimbing champion, Fran Brown. Fran tells us all about her sporting career ahead of competing for GB in the paratriathlon at the Tokyo Paralympic Games this summer.

Duration:00:38:34

26. Disability And...Different Stories with Natasha Sutton Williams and EJ Scott

7/13/2021
This month, Natasha Sutton Williams and EJ Scott chat about different voices, a research project initiated by the Ditchling Museum of Arts and Craft in partnership with Disability Arts Online. They explore the careers of women artists of the 20th century's Art and Crafts movement, who were associated with this small but significant museum in rural Sussex.

Duration:00:47:25

25. Disability And... Directing: With Jenny Sealey and Ewan Marshall

6/14/2021
This month Graeae’s young associate Ayzah Ahmed chats to Graeae’s current Artistic Director Jenny Sealey and past Graeae Artistic Director Ewan Marshall (1991-1997) about their memories of the company and their experiences of directing.

Duration:00:41:28

24. Disability And...History with Jessica Secmezsoy-Urquhart

5/10/2021
This month, Disability Arts Online's Assistant Editor Joe Turnbull chats with writer/filmmaker, Jessica Secmezsoy-Urquhart about their PhD research into the Royal Courts of the Renaissance Period and the role that disability played during the era. Jessica's video's for BBC Scotland's The Social: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p07l3ldn Follow Jessica on Twitter: @JessicasuAKA Instagram: @jessicaaka

Duration:00:37:13

23. Disability And... Ensemble: Jodi-Alissa Bickerton & Ensemble Graduates

4/12/2021
On this month's podcast Graeae's Creative Learning Director, Jodi-Alissa Bickerton, chats to Ensemble Graduates about their experience on Graeae's Ensemble theatre makers training programme which will be be running again this September 2021.

Duration:00:41:35

22. Disability And...Electric Bodies with Allan Sutherland

3/12/2021
This month Colin Hambrook, editor of Disability Arts Online, chats with writer and performance poet, Allan Sutherland, about the launch of 'Electric Bodies' - a collection of poems based on the lives of eight disabled artists. This podcast contains some strong language.

Duration:00:37:25

21. Disability And... Graeae: Nabil Shaban & Nickie Miles-Wildin

2/12/2021
This month to celebrate Graeae turning 40, Associate Director Nickie Miles-Wildin chats to co-founder of Graeae Theatre Nabil Shaban about his ambition of being an actor and a writer and what led him to set up Graeae. This podcast contains some strong language.

Duration:00:39:04

20. Disability and...Crip Tales with Mat Fraser

1/8/2021
This month, Colin Hambrook chats with actor and producer Mat Fraser, about Crip Tales, a series of six disability-led monologues curated by Mat and recently broadcast on the BBC. This podcast contains strong language.

Duration:00:43:58

19. Disability And... Access Into: Nickie Miles-Wildin & Ruth Madeley

12/3/2020
To celebrate Disability History Month, Nickie Miles-Wildin chats to actor, writer and disability activist, Ruth Madeley about Disability And... Access Into. Ruth tells us her story into acting, how she found out about being nominated for a BAFTA and what she's been working on during lockdown.

Duration:00:43:55

18. Disability And... Writing: Jack Thorne & Nickie Miles-Wildin

11/2/2020
This month Graeae’s Associate Director, Nickie Miles-Wildin chats with playwright, screenwriter and Graeae Patron Jack Thorne. Jack tells us about what he’s been up to during lockdown, including working with Graeae on Crips without Constraints. He discusses his love for writing, his journey into writing for Theatre and TV and his on going relationship with Graeae.

Duration:00:45:30

17. Disability and...Dyslexia with Benedict Phillips

10/2/2020
To celebrate dyslexia awareness week, Colin Hambrook, editor of Disability Arts Online chats with Benedict Phillips artist and activist about his work, The Agender of the Agresiv Dislecksick, which has just had its 25th anniversary. Benedict will be giving a performance of the work, followed by a Q&A with Colin and artist and academic Aby Watson on Wednesday 7 October at 3pm. Colin published Benedict's seminal manifesto as Editor of Disability Arts in London Magazine, back in September...

Duration:00:51:23

16. Disability And...The Mainstream with Robert Softley Gale

9/4/2020
This month Joe Turnbull, assistant editor of Disability Arts Online chats with Robert Softley Gale, writer, actor, activist, and Artistic Director of Birds of Paradise Theatre Company, about Disability And...the Mainstream. This podcast contains strong language.

Duration:00:43:36

15. Disability And...Film with Oska Bright

7/31/2020
For Disability And...Film Carousel's David Parker speaks to Oska Bright Lead Programmer, Matthew Hellet about his long-running history with the festival, the exciting developments in learning-disability film and their new lockdown programme Oska Bites. There are also cameo appearances from learning-disabled filmmakers Mattie Kennedy and Hugo Carlson.

Duration:00:38:22