The RAH! Podcast at Manchester Met

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We are thrilled to have launched The RAH! Podcast at Manchester Met.

Released on a monthly basis, each episode will cover a different topic of research specialisms here within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at Manchester Metropolitan University, from poetry, to fashion, to architecture.

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Episodes 2018/19

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Episode 1: Creative Encounters with Death

Launch date: April 2019

Featuring: Rodica Arpasanu on Dark Tourism; Eleanor Beal and Craig Young on the upcoming Death and the Sacred symposium and the previous Encountering Corpses series events; and Graham Foster, Iris Feint and Martin Kratz on Anthony Burgess' Beard's Roman Women. 

Listen to this episode here

This episode was presented by Matthew Foley, produced by Lucy Simpson, edited by Ben Stott and mixed by Julian Holloway.

Episode 2: LGBT and Religion

Launch date: April 2019

Featuring: Catherine Fox on her Lindchester chronicles, where she explored contemporary issues such as gay marriage; Kim McLelland on paganism and LGBT identities; and queer jewish writer and educator, sam sax at an event by the Manchester Writing School.

Listen to this episode here

This episode was presented by Julian Holloway, produced by Lucy Simpson, edited by Mia Abeyawardene and mixed by Julian Holloway.

 

Episode 3: Modernist Architecture

Launch date: April 2019

Featuring: Richard Brook and Janneke Geene on their recent Special Collections exhibition featuring the work of Gordon Hodkinson; Hannah Neate and Steve Millington on modernist architecture in Manchester and the Manchester Modernists Society; and Johnathan Djabarouti on intangible heritage and the significance we attach to buildings.

Listen to this episode here

This episode was presented by Julian Holloway, produced by Lucy Simpson, edited by Ben Stott and mixed by Julian Holloway.

Image credit: Day Sketch for a Bungalow Gordon Hodkinson

Episode 4: Personalisation in the Public Services

Launch date: May 2019

Featuring: Professor Chris Fox on public sector reform in the criminal justice setting; Caroline Marsh, an independent consultant who speaks to Chris about how this work has impacted upon practice; and Gail Mann who works on personalisation in voluntary, community and social enterprise services.  This podcast features the voices of service users. These were collected by People’s Voice Media and are available, open access on the www.communityreporter.net website.

Listen to this episode here

This episode was presented by Julian Holloway, produced by Lucy Simpson, edited by Adam Farish and mixed by Julian Holloway.

Episode 5: Manchester Game Studies Network

Launch date: June 2019

Featuring: Tom Brock on the turn of gambling in digital games and how this has arisen due to the current political economy; Charlotte Gislam, a PhD student researching artificial intelligence, storytelling and video games; and Chloe Germaine-Buckley about her research on horror-themed live action role playing games. We’ll even get to hear how each of our researchers got into this field and some game recommendations from each.

Listen to this episode here (from 1st June)

This episode was presented by Matt Foley, produced by Lucy Simpson, edited by Charlie Fyfe-Williams and mixed by Julian Holloway.

Coming up...

  • Granadaland
  • The Lapsed Clubber Project
  • Place Writing
  • Homelessness
  • HAUNT Manchester
  • Wildcard episode featuring some of our listeners!

 

 

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