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Jazz Gumbo

Kirby Obsidian

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Jazz Gumbo is a fusion of jazz and related musical styles, including soul, rock, r&b, blues...even a little gospel. It's 80% from original vinyl, 70% from the 70's and 80's. Presented by Kirby Obsidian, it is broadcast live every Wednesday at 1:00 pm EDT, at www.radioregent.com. It comes to you from Regent Park Focus Media Arts Program in Regent Park, Toronto, Canada.
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Heartbeat Church Audio Podcast

Heartbeat Church Regents Park

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Heartbeat Church's mission is for people to live in the image that God intended. We believe that people are at their best when in relationship with the God whose image we reflect. In order to know more about God it is vital we understand the scriptures that he has given to us. These podcasts are the messages from Heartbeat Church Sunday Service from Pastor Mitch Levingston.
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Director Morten Tyldum discusses his latest film The Imitation Game, which is a dramatic portrayal of the life and work of Alan Turing. One of Britain's most extraordinary unsung heroes and the pioneer of modern day computing, Turing led his brilliant team at Britain's top-secret code-breaking centre, Bletchley Park, during the darkest days of World War II. Hosted by Dave Calhoun at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
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Iridesco: A Homer’s Odyssey is an almost fictional story about a flock of feral pigeons in lockdown. Set in Brighton, London and the countryside in between, it follows the lives of Iridesco, Lulu, Dolly and Dove as they embark on a journey that teaches them about the dangers and delights of life as a bird and the relationship between humans, pigeons and homing pigeons.Part adventure story, part rom-com, the series features raucous crows that speak in iambic pentameter, a trip along the Regen ...
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Our guide to the world of food, drink and entertaining, The Menu serves up interviews with the world’s most creative chefs, introduces the makers behind the scenes and the ingredients that will soon be landing on your restaurant table.
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Based upon the number-one bestselling novel by John Green, The Fault in Our Stars explores the funny, thrilling and tragic business of being alive and in love. Hazel (Shailene Woodley) and Gus (Elgort) are two extraordinary teenagers who share an acerbic wit, a disdain for the conventional, and a love that sweeps them on an unforgettable journey. Ansel Elgort (Divergent), Laura Dern (Jurassic Park) and Nat Wolff (Stuck in Love) discuss the film at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London. Au ...
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BANG ON

Short Supply

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This is BANG ON – the podcast to help kickstart your career in creativity! Short Supply is an artist-led organisation established in 2019 by Mollie Balshaw and Rebekah Beasley, with a goal to support emerging artists. BANG ON is our step by step guide for artists who want to turn their creativity into a career, but don’t know where to start. In this podcast we share the skills we've learnt and speak to talented creators across the UK to discuss, demystify and delight! Yep, you might say this ...
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This week we toast to the drinks industry with an episode all about beverages. We sit down with The Connaught Bar’s Agostino Perrone to find out why people still have a taste for classic cocktails – and what makes a memorable martini. Plus: we’re in the Basque Country to explore its historical cider production and our resident wine expert Chloé Lak…
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This week, we’re delving into the world of Korean food as the country continues to win admirers around the world for its creative outputs. We sit down with TV chef and author Judy Joo to discover more about the nation’s regional cuisine. Plus: Sophie Monaghan-Coombs flicks through ‘Koreaworld: A Cookbook’ with co-author Matt Rodbard, while Petri Bu…
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This week we sit down with Franco-Palestinian chef, Fadi Kattan, to hear about his new book, ‘Bethlehem’, and learn about the bonds that food can build within a community. Plus: Paige Reynolds meets wine writer Hannah Crosbie, whose work is dedicated to dispelling myths about the drink, and we head to Copenhagen to talk with one of the most excitin…
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Pitlochry Festival Theatre in Scotland and The New Wolsey Theatre in Ipswich are co-producing a new production of the stage musical Footloose, based on the ‘80s film of the same name that starred Kevin Bacon. BTG Editor David Chadderton spoke to New Wolsey Artistic Director Douglas Rintoul, who will direct the production, and Pitlochry’s Artistic D…
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This week we fire up the grill with Fernando Trocca, one of Argentina’s most accomplished chefs. Also in the programme, we speak to Jon Williams, founder of the Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company to find out more about Welsh delicacy Laverbread. Plus: Clarissa Wei is in Taipei to learn more about the city’s cocktail scene.…
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Guildford Shakespeare Company began with an outdoor production of Much Ado About Nothing in Guildford Castle Grounds in 2006. Eighteen years on, the company is celebrating its coming of age with a production of Romeo and Juliet which mostly takes place along Guildford High Street. BTG Editor David Chadderton spoke to the company’s founders, Matt Pi…
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Springtime in Italy signals the moment when wineries prepare to present their latest bottlings to the public. One highly sought-after event that producers enjoy attending is Summa, a boutique wine fair held annually in South Tyrol that brings together like-minded producers from Italy and beyond for a taste of something new. Monocle’s Milan correspo…
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This week, we get tips from Benjamina Ebuehi on the most delicious and satisfying puddings to make when it’s your turn to bring dessert. Also on the programme: we venture to the Azores to meet a new wave of winemakers. Plus: we explore the places where community is built through food with two writers featured in the new book ‘London Feeds Itself’.…
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This week, we’re delving into modern French dining – away from the nation’s confines. We sit down with the founder of Bistro Freddie in London to find out why a wave of new French-inspired spots has been popping up throughout the city and beyond. Also in the programme: Charlotte McDonald-Gibson tells us about the role that haute cuisine plays in Wa…
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This week we sit down with Japanese chef Endo Kazutoshi to discover why good sushi is all about mentality. Plus: we head to Camparino in Galleria in Milan just in time for ‘aperitivi’ and we meet Georg Oelschlägel, owner of Viennese bakery Felzl, to find out about his nose for entrepreneurship.By Monocle Radio
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The 2024 summer season at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre in London will open with a new production of William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night Or What You Will directed by Owen Horsley, an Associate Artist of the Royal Shakespeare Company and an Associate Director for Cheek by Jowl. BTG Editor David Chadderton spoke to Owen at a break during rehearsals …
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This week we head to the southeastern tip of England to wander around the seaside town of Margate. In recent years, the town has become a bit of a magnet for creatives, which has lead to some exciting culinary additions to the local food scene. Holly Fisher went along to meet Natalia Ribbe, the owner of French-inspired wine bar Sète, to visit some …
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Actor, writer, choreographer and film-maker Lanre Malaolu’s play Samskara had a sell-out run at London’s Yard Theatre in 2022 and was subsequently published by Nick Hern Books. Now, I See is the second play of what has become a trilogy which, like the first part, examines family relationships through a modern black, British lens. BTG Editor David C…
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As Salone del Mobile rolls into town, Chiara Rimella tells us which ‘latterie’ we should visit in Milan. Also in the programme: Monica Lillis sits down with Lucie Herring of Caviar House & Prunier to find out how the brand is adapting its image to appeal to a fresh crowd. Plus: Lilian Fawcett speaks to HSBC Asean economist Aris Dacanay to learn mor…
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Simon explains how his father started the business and how he has managed to maintain a successful business in Brighton for over 50 years. He also discusses food and wine, the history of the oyster trade and how the Brighton Lanes have changed over the years. Support the Show.By Kitty Fisher
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We’re joined by food writer and cookbook author, Ed Smith, to flick through his new cookbook “Good Eggs: Over 100 Cracking Ways to Cook and Elevate Eggs”. Monocle’s Hester Underhill meets Evangelia Koutsovoulou whose brand, Daphnis and Chloe, is dedicated to bottling up the best Greek herbs to be shipped to keen cooks around the world. Plus: Petri …
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We head to the leafy suburbs of north London to visit Crouch End. The area might feel like somewhat of an underdog to the nearby bustling Finsbury Park but its abundance of quaint coffee shops and vibrant bistros, as well as its community feel, make it well worth a stopover. Local resident Rob Prendergast takes us on a tour of the neighbourhood’s b…
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This week, we get a taste of Polish cuisine. We sit down with Ren Behan to discuss her new book, ‘The Sweet Polish Kitchen’. Also in the programme, Julia Lasica heads to the renowned Ognisko in London’s South Kensington to find out more about the historic restaurant. Plus: Mateusz Mazzini is in Warsaw to visit local wine bar Brać and learn about th…
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Estonia’s capital, Tallinn, boasts a vibrant and rapidly evolving food scene. For many years, however, culinary talent has avoided the city’s medieval old town, which has been deemed too expensive and touristy. But now the trend is reversing and young chefs looking to make their mark have rediscovered the historical city centre. Monocle’s Petri Bur…
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This week we get bookish with an episode dedicated to food in literature – and literature about food. We sit down with food writer Felicity Cloake to hear her take on what makes great gastronomic prose. Also in the programme: Charlotte McDonald-Gibson delves into James Bond novels to find out how important food and drink is to their plot. Plus: We …
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