Best southbank podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Some of the biggest and most influential names in modern literature, art, music and performance share their stories, thoughts and ideas. In this podcast you'll hear us in conversation with the people shaping arts and culture today. Southbank Centre is home to Royal Festival hall, Hayward Gallery, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room and the National Poetry Library. Our podcasts reflect our richly diverse events, exhibitions and festivals programme featuring artists and thinkers from around the ...
 
LSE's City Tours provide an excellent introduction to London and the sights and sounds of two distinct areas of the city. Each stop on the tour highlights a particular place of interest: blending historical documents, archive footage and up-to-date information to provide a tour of interest for both visitors and residents of London. Stopping off at Tate Modern, the Globe Theatre, London Bridge, the Tower of London and St Paul's Cathedral, this tour explores the sights and sounds centred aroun ...
 
South Banks Community Church is a praying & worshipping community of believers located in Morehead City, NC… “Leading people to the light & helping this generation become fully devoted followers of Christ. Giving people a place to belong.” We are a contemporary, non-denominationl church with the core values of Authentic Worship, Biblical Teaching, Cultural Relevance, Prayer-Focused Life, & Community with Purpose.
 
Coin Street Chronicles is a memoir that paints a picture of Britain in the 1930s and 1940s, as seen though the eyes of one for whom it was the backdrop of her childhood. The story is set in and around Coin Street, on the south bank of the River Thames. The area is now a cultural showcase known as The South Bank, but was then a gritty, Cockney-like corner of London. Stories of its colorful characters are woven throughout the narrative as they cope first with the poverty of the Depression year ...
 
A world-class symphony orchestra for the 21st century. London (Southbank Centre), UK & touring internationally. Led by Esa-Pekka Salonen. Our audio podcast channel will feature pre-concert talks in the 2017/18 season.
 
London South Bank University, School of Health & Social Care.A monthly podcast featuring health and social care news, interviews, discussion, debate and updates for potential and current students, staff and collaborative partners. Hosted by Prof. Warren Turner (@LSBUWarrenT) and colleagues. Contact us via hscpodcast@lsbu.ac.uk
 
City, 253 Flinders LaneEast Melbourne, 122 George StreetKathleen Syme, 251 Faraday Street, CarltonLibrary at The Dock, 107 Victoria Harbour PromenadeNorth Melbourne, 66 Errol StreetSouthbank, 207 City Road
 
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The BITE Podcast, brought to you by Creativebrief.2018 is the year for making stuff happen. Introduced by Kara Melchers, Managing Editor of BITE and Izzy Ashton, Writer and Researcher for BITE, this three-part podcast is a lesson from passionate leaders in how to transform the richness of ideas into real business value.Hear from the inspirational Jude Kelly, Artistic Director of The Southbank Centre and Founder of The Women of the World Festival, as well as the acclaimed modern-day Philosoph ...
 
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“F. L. I. C. K. S.” EP 52: EPISODE DESCRIPTION:In this "on the fly" & 'just for fun' podcast episode I briefly review the show "SOAP", which is currently on as part of the UnderBelly Festival on the Southbank, London.This podcast, along with a little article will ultimately be available on my website http://www.MinMiniMovie.com. Recorded on 12t ...…
 
Phil will be appearing at the show on Thursday 31st May. Phil Spencer was born in 1969 in Canterbury, Kent. Brought up on a family farm, he’s a country boy and spent his entire childhood messing around outdoors on the farm with his three siblings, learning about nature and conservation and playing lots of cricket. Phil was educated at Uppingham ...…
 
After a never ending winter, for two whole days this April, the UK saw sunshine. Hayley and Ruth review this brief bit of British Summer Time from London's bustling Southbank, by the River Thames.
 
"Buy Less. Choose Well. Make it Last. Quality Not Quantity". In this extended bank holiday edition we chat about the Dame of British Fashion, the lady responsible for founding the punk movement who believes that fashion really can change the world. Conscious to not turn this episode into just 'another' biography about one of fashions most loved ...…
 
In 1513, London's first Globe theater burned to the ground. Over the centuries, numerous attempts were made to recreate its ambiance. The best opened 20 years ago on the south bank of the Thames.
 
On October 25 2017, Spirit of 2012 held a Summit to launch our first legacy report.Our legacy report showcased the findings of the impact of our first free years of funding. Jude Kelly is the Artistic Director of the Southbank Centre, Britain’s largest cultural institution, she also initiated the WOW – Women of the World Festivals in 2011. We h ...…
 
In this episode we welcome guest Mark 'SliderCuts' Maciver & discuss:• What it's like for SliderCuts going from local neighborhood barber to award winning, celebrity barber• How having a PA can stop you getting numbers from DMs• How local Black businesses can help give work to young people in the community• Ways to help deal with mental illness ...…
 
*WARNING: This podcast contains references and language that some may find offensive.*Nina Brochmann and Ellen Støkken Dahl, Oslo-based medical students, educators in sexual health and founders of the blog The Genital Area explore everything from female erections (yes - it’s a thing) and tips for the top orgasm You can hear more talks, see phot ...…
 
‘The Voices of Women will be performed at the Melbourne Recital Centre (Elisabeth Murdoch Hall, cnr Southbank Boulevard and Sturt Street, Melbourne) on 20 March 2018. In this podcast, CHE Deputy Director and leader of the Performance Program Jane Davidson talks to Marshall McGuire (Ludovico’s Band) about baroque female composers, historical mus ...…
 
HOST: Louise (16.4)GUEST: Max (18.6)EDITING: Louise (16.4) and Louis (10.4)JINGLES/MUSIC: Anton (12.6) and L'ImpératriceA guide to London with Max from Kitchen 18-6Have a look at the interactive Google maps to find the places mentioned ;)Map here: http://bit.ly/2F6f48u Best time to go- Mid to late spring : April to June- September/October - Aug ...…
 
In this debut episode, Vidalotry explores the complex relationship between Gore Vidal and his stance on homosexuality. Host Ryan Breegle looks at Gore’s passion for promiscuity, his first love that would forever haunt him, and how writing a novel about gay sex would affect his career in the years to come. SOURCES: Books: The City And The Pillar ...…
 
Martin wanted to know why fresh pasta rises to the surface of the pot when it's ready. We asked Dr Chris Brock from London South Bank University.
 
You might be wondering why the title of today’s episode is “screw it, let’s do it!” That phrase is certainly relatable to a couple of things in life, but in today’s episode, it’s specific to a travel promotion by Virgin Atlantic Airways that was released last Friday. The title of the promotion was “screw it, let’s do it!” and it was a limited t ...…
 
Recording of the debate at the Battle of Ideas 2017. Globalisation is the process by which national and regional economies, societies and cultures have become more integrated through global networks of trade, foreign direct investment, transport, telecommunications and immigration. Many argue that globalisation has been an enormous boon to worl ...…
 
Kevin Powell is one of the most acclaimed political, cultural, literary and hip-hop voices in America today. He is the author or editor of 13 books, including his critically-acclaimed autobiography, The Education of Kevin Powell: A Boy’s Journey into Manhood."We cannot get to the route of this situation, this crisis, of what it is to be a man, ...…
 
On this episode of the New Statesman's new culture podcast, The Back Half, we welcome guest Philip Pullman to discuss his return to the world of His Dark Materials with new book La Belle Sauvage, the first instalment in The Book of Dust trilogy. Then hosts Tom Gatti and Kate Mossman discuss creepy BBC TV special Ghostwatch and celebrate the non ...…
 
It was a fateful September in 1983 when Esa-Pekka Salonen received a call from his agent saying the Philharmonia Orchestra needed someone to replace conductor Michael Tilson Thomas at the last minute, performing Mahler's Third Symphony in London. He said yes and the rest is history. Hear the story from the Philharmonia's now Principal Conductor ...…
 
Icelandic composer, Daníel Bjarnason, has written a violin concerto for the Finnish violinist Pekka Kuusisto. In this film, the Philharmonia Orchestra met Pekka in Finland to get his thoughts on the new piece. The concerto is full of special violin techniques and pushes technical boundaries for the soloist and the orchestra. Watch to find out m ...…
 
Canadian giant Brookfield will be looking to move out of the city of London for new investment opportunities, according to newly installed chief executive Neil Thompson. Listen to his interview with David Hatcher, EG’s Head of News & Finance, at EG’s Finance & Investment Summit. Read more: https://www.egi.co.uk/news/brookfield-to-spread-beyond- ...…
 
'Public Art and the City: creating meaning by disrupting the everyday and enhancing the human experience' is a discussion about building relationships between people, how public art will play a role in the City of Melbourne’s Southbank Boulevard transformation project, and the future of public art in Melbourne.Speakers:Charlotte Day — Director, ...…
 
On Thurs 28 Sept 2017, violinist Pekka Kuusisto joins Finnish folk singer, Ilona Korhonen, to present a unique, modern perspective on runo-song, an ancient storytelling tradition from Finland. The Philharmonia Orchestra’s Digital team travelled to Finland to get a preview of what to expect. Ilona sings a story about the origins of the kantele, ...…
 
Paul Draper - frontman of chart-topping art-rock band Mansun, collaborator on current albums by Steven Wilson and The Anchoress – recently released his debut album, ‘Spooky Action’. Over lunch outside the South Bank Centre in London Paul explains to presenter Billy Reeves how the album almost got lost (to be replaced by the TV football highligh ...…
 
Really great full call-in show as Zach rides the ship solo. Clay from South Bank checks in to talk about the eclipse. Barry calls to tell us about his life motto. Plus we learn about Whale Farming (yes, whale farming) from Hurricane Tayne, and MORE! Recorded live, August 21st 2017, at HOTDIRT.NET
 
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