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“Culture Plan B meets with artists and communities who create culture outside big cultural institutions”

Jul – Nov 2020

Podcast – recorded during the first year of the pandemic, Culture Plan B listened to the ideas and perspectives of independent artists and communities about what next for culture.

Conrad Murray – Episode 1

Culture Plan B is a podcast series that was recorded during the first year of the pandemic in 2020. At the time, leaders of large cultural institutions were being asked, by government and media, about the future of culture. One of the outcomes was the Culture Recovery Fund to support the “crown jewels” as described by Oliver Dowden, Culture Secretary at the time. Culture Plan B set out on a different path to talk to independent artists and communities to listen to their perspective and hear about their ideas for what could happen next for culture…

Episode 1: Conrad Murray (or transcript)

Episode 2: Common Wealth (or transcript)

Episode 3: Anisa Morridadi (or transcript)

Episode 4: Company Three (or transcript)

Episode 5: Saad Eddine Said (or transcript)

Episode 6: The Old Courts (or transcript)

Episode 7: GUEST EPISODE – Stand and Be Counted

Episode 8: GUEST EPISODE – Katy Rubin

Credits: “the series producer and creator was Matthew Dunster, editors and sound mixers were Ian Dickinson and George Dennis, the music was from Don’t Tell Me by Conrad Murray with Kate and Nate from BAC’s Beatbox Academy, communications support from Antonia Goddard, with thanks to David Bellwood for helping to make series more accessible, original artwork by John Bausor and the series was researched and presented by David Jubb”

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