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Students from east London team up with music producer Semothy Jones, musician Bellatrix and composer Omar Shahryar to professionally write and record their own songs.
In our final episode with Stephen Fry, exploring music, art and mental health, Stephen explores his own identity, the background to his attempts to change society, and answers the question ‘can art really be used to change the world?’
Two Barbican Young programmers, Emma Bouraba and Maria Paradinas, write about the experience of cancelling Chronic Youth Film Festival back in March and connecting through cinema.
In this episode, Stephen Fry discusses his advocacy for personal causes, using his platform to take on homophobia, flying the flag for men being honest about prostate cancer, and exploring the foundations for his profound conviction in his values.
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. Now more than ever it’s important to look after your mental health, and we believe art can really help.
The true story of National Geographic photographer Loren McIntyre lost in a remote area of Brazil in 1969, told through binaural audio by Simon McBurney.