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24 Jul 2018
dawn in the city of manchester, the image is to be used for the reform radio programme not quite light

NQL ON REFORM RADIO – JULY

NQL now has an hourly monthly show on Manchester based station Reform Radio. Click the link to listen to the July show online: NQL ON REFORM RADIO

24 Jul 2018
dawn in the city of manchester, the image is to be used for the reform radio programme not quite light

REFORM RADIO EPISODE ONE

I’ve begun a monthly Not Quite Light radio show with Reform Radio. The first one was broadcast at 5am on July 24th, with the next one due to go out in August. The hour long programme consists of a mixture of readings, interviews and music inspired by the half light of dawn. This is the ‘listen again’ link to hear the first epiosode: NQL on Reform Radio

09 Mar 2018
milkman city centre manchester

THOSE THAT FEED US

In this episode of the Not Quite Light Podcast I spend dawn with those that feed us. I travel the city centre streets of Manchester with Dave, a milkman with Creamline dairies. I take in the smells and sounds of the wholesale market at Openshaw with Lucy Noone and her dad Mike, who run R Noone & Son, supplying fruit and vegetables to cafes and restaurants across the North West. And I watch fresh bread being made at the Trove […]

22 Jan 2018
The lights from dartmoor prison glowing in the early evening mist

DARTMOOR – AN ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE

Whilst I was in Dartmoor the tail end of Hurricane Ophelia arrived, bringing with it sand from the Saharan desert. I could feel the energies of the ancient land be changed as nature raged across the moorland. THE FOLLOWING TEXT IS TAKEN FROM THE PODCAST BASED ON MY JOURNEY TO DARTMOOR. NQL PODCAST- DAWN ON DARTMOOR The house where I was staying on Dartmoor was in a hollow. Growing up around Manchester, and now living in a high rise, I’m […]

22 Jan 2018
dawn on dartmoor the sun gets covered by sarharan sand turning day into night

NQL PODCAST- DAWN ON DARTMOOR

In this episode of the Not Quite Light podcast I visit Dartmoor in a hurricane, and also talk to Manchester artist Claire Riley about working at dawn in the city, and our need to sometimes escape. CLICK HERE to see a gallery of work from the journey. TO SEE ARTIST CLAIRE RILEY’S WORK BY CLICK HERE

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