BCfm Radio commissioned 10 local creatives working in the areas of sound, radio, podcasts or local heritage to produce a short audio documentary on an aspect of Bristol history.
Each episode to be broadcast on BCfm Radio, made available on all major podcast platforms, as well as be played at a sound event with a live audience.
***NEW UPCOMING SOUND EVENT***
YOUR BRISTOL LIFE: SOUND EVENT
Wednesday 27th September 2023 at Easton Community Centre from 7pm.
A lights-out communal listening event celebrating local stories from Bristol-based producers.
BCfm Radio with The Bristol Cable and Bristol History Podcast commissioned local creatives working in the areas of sound, radio, podcasts and local heritage to produce a short audio documentary on overlooked aspects of Bristol’s history.
You’ll hear 5 new audio pieces, including a brief history of Jewish life in Bristol, tales from a legendary hip-hop record store, a homage to a women’s open mic night in the 1990s, a story of living as a disabled person in Bristol, and how a local organisation is advancing gender equality in the music industry.
A great opportunity to meet other people interested in radio and podcasting.
Light refreshments will be available.
Tickets are only £3.00 and can be purchased on Headfirst HERE.
EPISODE ONE – The Bristolian Refugee by Sam Sayer
EPISODE TWO – Skate or Cry by Jazlyn Pinckney
EPISODE THREE – Henrietta Lacks by Daniel Edmund
EPISODE FOUR – Old Market (REMIXED) by Tom Marshman and Bernie Hodges
EPISODE FIVE – Bianchi’s Food Group by Steven Mitchell
EPISODE SIX – L’Chaim, My Lovers by Tom Chachewitz
EPISODE SEVEN – Love Her by Mary Milton
EPISODE EIGHT – Purple Penguin by Peter Hall
EPISODE NINE – A Bristol Boy’s Disabled Life by Richard Prior
EPISODE TEN – The Sound of Saffron by Charlie West