Arts and Humanities Research for Radio Audiences
  • Room 206, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University

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In this workshop, Ed Baxter will introduce Resonance FM and its mission, where arts and humanities research and researchers might fit into programming opportunities, what type of research might make good radio and what this might sound like, and how researchers might work with Resonance to make a programme based on or deriving from their research (including how to get started, the process and commitment required).

Ed is also happy to talk through some of your own ideas. If you already think you are interested in working with Resonance or in public engagement via radio, please bring a 200 word 'pitch' with you to the workshop.

Resonance 104.4 FM is a London-based non-profit community radio station specialising in the arts run by the London Musicians' Collective (LMC). The station is staffed by four permanent staff members, including its CEO Ed Baxter and over 300 volunteer technical and production staff. Noted for its policy of giving broadcasters free creative rein, it has been described by Time Out as "brilliantly eccentric".

This workshop is available to any Plymouth University researcher (including those who currently, or intend to, collaborate with arts and humanities researchers in the production of outputs).

Start time: 12:00.

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The Arts Institute
The Arts Institute was founded in January 2016 to enrich art and culture in Plymouth and beyond through critical thinking, writing and making. It is where world-leading arts and humanities research meets cultural ecologies and economies in south-west England. 

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