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Racheal Ofori discusses her new play So Many Reasons

‘This idea that women are secondary just doesn’t really add up to me’. Racheal Ofori discusses her new play So Many Reasons with CCRadio.

Racheal Ofori’s play So Many Reasons headlined this year’s Feminist Festival, Calm Down Dear, at the Camden People’s Theatre. A comedy about youth development, marriage, sex and gender roles told through the experiences of a young British-Ghanaian woman. Racheal’s play received 5-star reviews and is now touring the UK.

Package by Lavinia Butt.

# 2018-03-24 by CCRadio | Feed icon Comments (0) | Arts and Entertainment | Drama | On Women | What's On in Camden

Refusing To Implode Politely - Maddie Godfrey

Zoe and Maddie talk inspiration, London and the impossibility of muffins. Includes the poems If My Body Was A Poem, When I Return To London, Little Sister and Labels Are For Jars.

This episode contains language some people might find offensive.

Package by: Zoe Stegosaurus and Alexandra Quinn

# 2016-09-18 by CCRadio | Everything | Poetry | On Women | Arts and Entertainment

Camden Newscast March 2014

Freddy Chick presents Camden Newscast. We have news of women fighting for control of their bellies tolling the bell at Irish Diaspora Conference; a report from the first of a new series of monthly family fun days at Maiden Lane Community Centre; a detailed look at whether Olympics funding for team sports is being slimmed too far and we talk to Camden Buskers who are taking to politics as their court bid fails to support their efforts to keep live music in the streets.

Features by:
Freddy Chick
Marian Larragy
Ann Carroll
Nikita Chulani

# 2014-03-17 by camden | Feed icon Comments (0) | Everything | News and Current Affairs | On Women

Camden Newscast, January 2014

Louise Morris returns with her second international news bulletin reporting on Spain’s recent proposal to further change abortion laws and Latin America’s restrictive abortion laws. On Uganda’s homosexuality bill changes, as well as Russian Feminist protest group Pussy Riot’s recent release.
Camden is set to be one of the boroughs that is severely impacted by the HS2 high speed railway proposals, over 200 homes and the iconic Camden Lock bridge are under direct threat of demolition. Freddy Chick talks to Councillor Phil Jones and Martin Sheppard from the Pan-Camden HS2 Alliance about the impact to Camden’s residents and businesses.
WAC Arts celebrated their 35th birthday on the 8th December 2013 Lillie Almond went along to the celebrations and spoke to WAC Arts CEO Celia Greenwood and former students, including Ms Dynamite. Alumni of WAC include actresses Marianne Jean-Baptist, Sophie Okenedo, Musician Courtney Pine and of course Ms Dynamite.

Features Editor & Presenter: Sarah O’Brien
Features by: Louise Morris, Freddy Chick and Lillie Almond

# 2014-01-20 by CCRadio | Feed icon Comments (0) | Everything | News and Current Affairs | Communities | On Women