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Tripod Podcast UK



Tripod is a new project from the Literature Network featuring the best new writing from Leicester, Derby and Nottingham in the UK. Tripod Podcast brings you the liveliest and best spoken-word work from the Three Cities.



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Tripod Podcast Episode 10

Wed, 19 Dec 2007 01:06:24 PST

Tripod Podcast Episode 10


In this, the final Tripod podcast for a while, Poet and Fine-Artist Diana Syder talks about her work, and the interconnections between the two art forms. How does she work? Are the two strands just different aspects of the same creative expression? Is there a lot of visual imagery in her poetry? Has she ever combined words and images in the same work?

Diana also reads her poem: Valve.

An exhibition of Diana’s paintings, The Ideal Garden, will be at Buxton Museum and Art Gallery until February 2008.

Diana’s three poetry collections: Maxwell’s Rainbow, Hubble, and String, are available from Smith/Doorstop Books.

Note – we have been experiencing some technical difficulties which have caused delays in getting this podcast to you; please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience!


Media Files:
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/SJKg/~5/eS6j_lZas8A/TripodPodcastEpisode10.mp3




Tripod Podcast Episode 9

Wed, 19 Dec 2007 01:03:01 PST

Tripod Podcast Episode 9


Continuing to bring you the best in spoken word and related features from the Three Cities, this episode is an excerpt from a recent Café Culturel discussion at Leicester’s LCB Centre, featuring a discussion called Paper Movies: Comic Book Culture. Guest speaker and freelance comic-book writer Mark Murphy, along with comics creator Richard Peel and members of the audience discuss comics and graphic novels. One thing they agree on: this is the Next Great Art-form of the 21st Century.

Note – we have been experiencing some technical difficulties which have caused delays in getting this podcast to you; please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience!


Media Files:
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/SJKg/~5/msR3S2w7LJM/TripodPodcastEpisode9.mp3




Tripod Podcast Episode 8

Wed, 19 Dec 2007 01:00:38 PST

Tripod Podcast Episode 8

Continuing to bring you the best in spoken word and related features from the Three Cities, this episode is an excerpt from Adrian Mitchell’s recent reading at Nottingham’s Lakeside Arts Centre.

Adrian reads all of the poems mentioned in his recent interview with Andy Croft (Podcast Episode 7):

- Sheepishly
- The Baby on the Pavement
- To Whom It May Concern (Tell Me Lies About Vietnam)

and many others.

Note – we have been experiencing some technical difficulties which have caused delays in getting this podcast to you; please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience!


Media Files:
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/SJKg/~5/JXCN2xUWSyY/TripodPodcastEpisode8.mp3




Tripod Podcast Episode 7

Wed, 19 Dec 2007 00:58:50 PST

Tripod Podcast Episode 7
(9MB)

Continuing to bring you the best in spoken word and related features from the Three Cities, this episode of the Podcast brings you a recording of Andy Croft in an interview with poet Adrian Mitchell.

Adrian Mitchell has been at the forefront of radical and pacifist politics since the 1960s; he has been described as the ghost-writer to the nation’s conscience, the godfather of contemporary poetry and the Shadow Poet Laureate.

(Part of this interview appears on paper in Tripod Magazine Issue 3, available from November 2007 in and around Leicester, Nottingham and Derby.)

Note – we have been experiencing some technical difficulties which have caused delays in getting this podcast to you; please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience!


Media Files:
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/SJKg/~5/6RWJTXw8PNg/TripodPodcastEpisode7.mp3




Tripod Podcast Episode 6

Wed, 22 Aug 2007 03:17:51 PDT

Tripod Podcast Episode 6
(9MB)

Featuring a further four readings from the recent Showcase from Nottingham Trent University's Creative Writing MA students:

- Misconception, by Lauren Olson
- from: The Failed Defence of La Remise, by Vicky Joynson
- Requiem for my Mum, by Ian Douglas
- from: Face to Face With Myself, by Julia Pirie

All four readings can be seen in 3D/07, the new Showcase publication from Laundrette Books, available in bookshops now.


Media Files:
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/SJKg/~5/CxBOr9_MQDs/TripodPodcastEpisode6.mp3




Tripod Podcast Episode 5

Mon, 30 Jul 2007 05:40:16 PDT

Tripod Podcast Episode 5
(12MB, 17min)

*apologies for the delay in posting this!*

Continuing to bring you the best in spoken word and related features from the Three Cities, this episode of Tripod brings you a recording of Blackdrop's Michelle Hubbard in an interview with Lemn Sissay. (Part of this interview appears on paper in Tripod Magazine Issue 2, available from July 2007 in and around Leicester, Nottingham and Derby.)

There's also a reading by Dan Byles of his story 'Shot At Dawn', recorded at a showcase of writers from this year's MA in Creative Writing at Nottingham Trent University.


Media Files:
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/SJKg/~5/SAMHSG7nz3A/TripodPodcastEpisode5.mp3




Tripod Podcast Episode 4

Tue, 15 May 2007 09:12:16 PDT

Tripod Podcast Episode 4
(12 MB, 20 minutes)

Our quest to bring you the liveliest and best spoken-word work from the Three Cities takes us this month to Blackdrop at the Canalhouse Bar, in Nottingham.

Performers featured are:

Let us know what you think!

Visit - Blackdrop wesbite

(image) Tripod Magazine #1 is out now.

As well as featuring new and established writers from the region, this issue has features on Derby's Alt.Fiction 2007 festival, an interview with Iain Banks and an exclusive short story from award-winning Nottingham writer Nicola Monaghan.

Find it in venues throughout the Three Cities or email info@tripodmagazine.com.


Media Files:
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/SJKg/~5/ey6FPNqGEug/TripodPodcastEpisode4.mp3




Tripod Podcast Episode 3

Fri, 23 Mar 2007 07:21:12 PDT

Tripod Podcast Episode 3
(14 MB, 24 minutes)

Continuing to bring you the liveliest and best spoken-word work from the Three Cities, this episode features performances from Sugarshack, Derby's open-mic night.

Performers featured are:

  • Spice
  • Native
  • Charles Whittaker
  • Miss Dee
  • Chip
  • David J
Let us know what you think!

For more information about literature events in Derby, contact Alex Davis, Literature Development Officer for Derby City - (e) alex.davis@derby.gov.uk

Tripod Magazine #1 is out now.

As well as featuring new and established writers from the region, this issue has features on Derby's Alt.Fiction 2007 festival, an interview with Iain Banks and an exclusive short story from award-winning Nottingham writer Nicola Monaghan.

Find it in venues throughout the Three Cities or email info@tripodmagazine.com.



Tripod Podcast Episode 2

Wed, 07 Mar 2007 06:06:10 PST

Tripod Podcast Episode 2
(12 MB, 22 minutes)

Continuing to bring you the liveliest and best spoken-word work from the Three Cities, this episode features performances from Leicester's monthly open-mic night, Word.

Performers featured are:

Let us know what you think!

Word is Leicester’s premier open floor spoken word event. It runs on the first Wednesday of each month at Bambu café bar, and features a fantastic guest artist as well as open floor spots.

Bookings - (T) 07870 608875, (E) steve@applesandsnakes.org
Visit - Apples & Snakes

(image) Tripod Magazine #1 is out now.

As well as featuring new and established writers from the region, this issue has features on Derby's Alt.Fiction 2007 festival, an interview with Iain Banks and an exclusive short story from award-winning Nottingham writer Nicola Monaghan.

Find it in venues throughout the Three Cities or email info@tripodmagazine.com.


Media Files:
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/SJKg/~5/0pCdhj8D1DM/TripodPodcastEpisode2.mp3




Tripod Podcast Episode 1

Thu, 22 Feb 2007 05:53:32 PST

Tripod Podcast Episode 1
(17 MB, 29.03 minutes)

Bringing you the liveliest and best spoken-word work from the Three Cities of Derby, Leicester and Nottingham.

This episode features performances from Rob Gee, Daljit Nagra, Helen Frances of Flying Donkeys and Mark Gwynne Jones and the Psychicbread.

Let us know what you think!

Links:


Media Files:
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/SJKg/~5/0etyJIr1JjU/TripodPodcastEpisode1.mp3