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LFR is a micro radio station perched in the corner of Wilton Way Cafe. Since 2009 LFR has been hosting podcasts made by local people about their passions and ideas. The emphasis is on conversation but sometimes it’s just music. LFR is a labour of love. A fanzine that is as much about the making as the listening. Proud amateurs with big ambitions.

LFR is a micro radio station perched in the corner of Wilton Way Cafe. Since 2009 LFR has been hosting podcasts made by local people about their passions and ideas. The emphasis is on conversation but sometimes it’s just music. LFR is a labour of love. A fanzine that is as much about the making as the listening. Proud amateurs with big ambitions.
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LFR is a micro radio station perched in the corner of Wilton Way Cafe. Since 2009 LFR has been hosting podcasts made by local people about their passions and ideas. The emphasis is on conversation but sometimes it’s just music. LFR is a labour of love. A fanzine that is as much about the making as the listening. Proud amateurs with big ambitions.

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English


Episodes

Small Screen’s Film Club: A Fantastic Woman

6/13/2018
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Hello, and welcome back to Small Screen’s Film Club. On this week’s episode, Alessia and I discuss Sebastián Lelio’s A Fantastic Woman, which won the Oscar for the best foreign film at the Oscars. Daniela Vega is the led in this beautiful and tragic movie, but is her performance alone enough to warrant the Oscar […]

Small Screen’s Film Club: The Shape Of Water

5/17/2018
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Hello, and welcome back to Small Screen’s Film Club. Pan’s Labyrinth, Cronos, The Devil’s Backbone, Crimson Peak, Pacific Rim, Hellboy, Hellboy 2… And now, The Shape of Water. On this week’s episode, Alessia and I decided to discuss Guillermo Del Toro’s Oscar-nominated film (and now Oscar-winning film), The Shape of Water. Did it enchant us […]

Small Screen’s Film Club Presents: Brigsby Bear

4/16/2018
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Hello and welcome to a very special live episode of Small Screen’s Film Club. Alessia and I spent some time thinking how could we get to turn what is essentially a recorded film discussion group which just involves ourselves into a fully fledged film club with many people expressing their views on a particular film. […]

Duration:00:42:18

CHRIS KRAUSS reads “After Kathy Acker” at Donlon books

4/5/2018
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Critically acclaimed an award-winning Author Chris Krauss (I Love Dick, Aliens & Anorexia, Torpor…) stopped by “Donlon Books” for an exclusive reading of her latest book “After Kathy Acker: A Biography” as well as a Q&A, and LFR was there to record it all.

Duration:00:27:46

Small Screen’s Film Club: Call Me By Your Name

3/26/2018
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Hello, and welcome back to Small Screen’s Film Club. On this week’s episode, Alessia and I decided to discuss Luca Guadagnino’s Oscar-nominated film, Call Me By Your Name. Not only was it only literally everybody’s films of the year list (we only watched it recently so it didn’t feature on ours), it also features Oscar-nominated […]

Duration:00:38:21

A Frenchman in London: Ep 1 with Redwaan Freeman (The Gaza Strip / NTS)

3/20/2018
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A new series of podcast discussions comes to LFR. Joined by Dom P for show number one, for a couple of hours each month Samad discovers the various faces of London (and the UK) through real people and real life. Sitting down with honest people, sipping on honest cocktails and listening to guests and friends […]

Duration:02:37:31

Small Screen’s Film Club: Last Flag Flying

2/28/2018
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Hello, and welcome back to Small Screen’s Film Club. On this week’s episode, which is our first official show of 2018, Alessia and I discuss Richard Linklater’s film, Last Flag Flying. It features three of the great actors of our time: Steve Carell, Bryan Cranston and Laurence Fishburne and is directed by one of the […]

Duration:00:35:15

Small Screen’s Film Club: Stronger

2/28/2018
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Hello, and welcome back to Small Screen’s Film Club. On this week’s episode (which also happens to be our last of 2017 [sad emoji]), Alessia and I discuss the film Stronger in which Small Screen favourite Jake Gyllenhaal plays Jeff Bauman who lost both of his legs when two bombs exploded during the Boston Marathon […]

Duration:00:34:42

Small Screen’s Film Club: Battle of the Sexes

2/15/2018
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Man vs Woman. Billy Jean King vs Bobby Riggs. Emma Stone vs Steve Carell. Edward vs Alessia. OK, that’s enough of that. On this week’s episode, we focus on Battle of the Sexes which sees Emma Stone play Billy Jean King and Steve Carell as Bobby Riggs. What did we think of the movie? Listen […]

Duration:00:30:48