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Ex-boyfriends may still pay the rent

Theatre maker Haley McGee and her team of mathematicians, set out to calculate the cost of love with her new show The Ex-Boyfriend Yard Sale. This semi-autobiographical, love child of the Economist and Cosmopolitan will be at Camden Peoples Theatre 20th Nov – 8th Dec. Richard gets the inside scoop on the Exs, paying the bills and naked cartwheels, that are inevitable after any break up, right?

Package by: Richard Pye

# 2018-11-14 by CCRadio | Arts and Entertainment | Drama | Everything

New music from Jana & The Lanterns

Camden based singer-songwriter releases her debut single Birdhouse bending folk into jazz and indie-rock, dissembling your senses with her personal take on songwriting.. Richard talks Joni Mitchell, 70s nostalgia and the unconquered Camden music scene.

Package by: Richard Pye

# 2018-11-14 by CCRadio | Arts and Entertainment | Music Showcases | Everything

The Roundhouse gets a Feminist Takeover - F Word

The Roundhouse gets a Feminist Takeover.

Fierce female line ups might be a thing of the past but they are also certainly the future. Meet the women who are proudly challenging gender politics in the music industry. Richard Pye chats to FWord founder Mackinlay Ingham and artist SADIE before they take over Camden Rpundhouse with FWord and friends on 25th October.

Package by: Richard Pye

# 2018-11-10 by CCRadio | Everything | Music Showcases | On Women

Philosophy of Mind @ Mind in Camden

This podcast is about a ‘Philosophy of Mind’ workshop series, which ran at Mind in Camden, a local mental health charity, in October 2017.
The first part of this podcast is an interview with Sophie Stammers, the creator and facilitator of the workshop series and a philosopher at the University of Birmingham – she tells us about her work and her experience of facilitating the group. The rest of the podcast (from 12.25 onwards) is a group discussion amongst several participants about their experiences of the group – what was most important, what the group felt like, and what has stayed with them…

All of Sophie’s materials for the workshop series are online, so if you like what you hear you can go online and access them yourself at the link next to this podcast.

Package by: Bonnie Astor
Recording: Violet McDonald, Freddy Chick

# 2018-11-10 by CCRadio | Everything | Society, Culture & History | Communities

Camden Councillor Angela Mason talks to CCRadio about Universal Credit

Angela Mason, Camden Councillor and lead on matters concerning children and families, talked with Camden Community Radio about her concerns re the roll out of the Government’s policy of Universal Credit to Camden.
All new claims for Child Tax Credit, Housing Benefit, Income Support, Income-based JobSeekers Allowance, Income-related Employment & Support Allowance and working tax credit will be replaced by Universal Credit and claims will have to be made online rather than in person.

In 2019, all Housing benefit claims, excluding those of pensioners are to be replaced by Universal credit. Early rollout of the scheme suggests that it will drive people into deeper poverty and great hardship.

Package: Marian Larragy

# 2018-10-06 by CCRadio | Everything | News and Current Affairs