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12 Apr 2019
Not Quite Light dawn in Salford and Manchester. Reform Radio manchester

NQL ON REFORM RADIO – MARCH 2019

NQL now has a monthly show on Manchester based station Reform Radio. In the March episode I explore memory, and how it shapes us and affects our lives. Ahead of the Not Quite Light Festival at the end of March in Salford, I interview playwright Joshua Val Martin, who will be premiering a specially commissioned work at the festival, called Beneath These Tarmac Cracks, co-written with Ellie Scanlan. With music by Johnny Cash, The Unthanks and Brian Eno, amongst others. […]

18 Jan 2019
dawn in the city of manchester, the image is to be used for the reform radio programme not quite light

NQL ON REFORM RADIO – JANUARY 2019

TO LISTEN CLICK HERE NQL now has an hourly monthly show on Manchester based station Reform Radio. This month’s show, for January 2019, features the very talented poet Emily Oldfield, who I interviewed at dawn on a bridge in Hulme, made famous by a photograph of Joy Division from 40 years ago. We explore the thinking behind resolutions and the need for fresh starts. Film clips from The Shawshank Redemption, The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner and It’s A […]

21 Dec 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 – DECEMBER

NQL now has an hourly monthly show on Manchester based station Reform Radio. This month’s show features artist LoneLady, and explores themes of journeys, childhood and destination. Film clips from ‘The Innocents‘ and ‘Scrooge’. Music featured:  Simple Minds, Nick Cave, Steve Mason, Lonelady amongst others… TO LISTEN CLICK HERE

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