In this episode we take a look at the Dave's Leicester Comedy festival preview podcast and the last GIRAFFE evening held at DSU Level One. This podcast features interviews with Nick Helm, WIT TANK and Luke Benson. Presented by Jon Jackson and Natalie Kumah
Through Metal eyes is a documentary focusing on the cultural and social look at the musical Genre of Metal and it's followers. In this first part I will investigate why are people into Metal ?, Why is there so much dislike ? and what does it mean to be a Metal head ? The story revloves around Charlotte Millers, Alex Lowe and Luce McClarence. The documentary also includes authors Keith Kahn Harris (http://www.kahn-harris.org/) and Joel McIver (http://www.joelmciver.co.uk/site.html)
Waheed Alli - Chancellor De Montfort University: Waheed Alli - Chancellor De Montfort UniversityDe Montfort University's Chancellor Lord Waheed Alli spoke with students and staff about his life in politics and media. Rob Watson caught up with him for a brief chat afterwards.
Shaun BootheOn the Urban Mixdown Show, DJ Kid-J recently spoke to Canadian rapper Shaun Boothe, set to blow onto the music scene in 2012.
Shaun talks about his success with the Unauthorized Biography series, working with multi-platinum artists, and his new mixtape Waiting Room, full of unreleased and new tracks, along with new hit Poor Boy.
TriniThis week onregular feature Leicester's Got Talent, DJ Kid-J interviewed the Who's Versatile? Urban artist Trini, and G. Beast. The pair talked about the scene in Leicester, as well as their latest material and personal roots into the industry.
This is the full interview, all 20+ minutes of none stop rock talk! From festivals, to classic records, to Sammi's past and his all time most influential bands. If you've never seen or read anything from the blog, please do check it out, all the links are at the bottom of the page. Mark had great a great time talking to Sammi, and we're definatly keeping our eyes on him for all our rock and roll updates.
Olá! It's getting all spicy today for the Unofficial Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival Podcast from DemonFM!
In Episode 5, it's all heating up with interviews from John Kearns and Carl Hutchinson. Not only that, but Anecjokes, Spotlight: The Venue, Festival Facts and Bucket List Leicester are waiting inside, if you can handle it!
The Unofficial Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival Podcast team from DemonFM are ready for another royal rumble!
In episode 12, you can hear interviews from Tony Jameson & Katie Mulgrew and Dave Spikey, as well as those great features known as Anecjokes, Spotlight: The Venue, Festival Fact and Bucket List Leicester!
Ashley Redman and Natalie Kumah are your tag team champions for this podcast!
In this episode of the Cultural Quarter Podcasts, Jonathan Cordes asks the Demon Gamers about what they like best about video games, and he speaks to Gary Kimmelman about the upcoming A.L.L.A.N event (www.aleicesterlan.co.uk)
This week onregular feature Leicester's Got Talent, DJ Kid-J interviewed urban artist, producer and award-winning Bad Music Entertainment record company owner Bizzi about his new tracks 'Love Me Like This' and 'Is It Over' featuring Rezz G.
Through Metal eyes is a documentary focusing on the cultural and social look at the musical Genre of Metal and it's followers. In the second part I will investigate how people get into Metal ?, What non-metal head think of the genre ? Is there any psychological difference being a metal head to any other form of music fan ? The story revloves around Elle Hall and Stacey Simpson.
The third day of the Cultural Exchanges Festival saw DMU's Creative Writing undergraduates show off their final year publications. These were short stories/writing in many creative ways such as podcasts, ebooks, pamphlets, websites and even T-shirts and mugs!
Simon Cooper went to meet Jamal Edwarsd before his talk at the CulturalExchanges Festival on the 2nd March, he asked him about his hit Youtube channel SB.TV and also discussed the young artist Red Alert about his 64 bar freestyle!
Raj Karia talked to From Dusk 2 Dawn's Dan Lamoon about the Creatives Working Commercially training programme by Seed Creativity. The DMU accredited training programme (which will be taking place in June and July) is targeted to people wanting to work in the creative industry and and to earn real experience with clients by putting their creative minds to practice.
This is the third and final part of my documentary investigating the world of Heavy Metal and it's social and cultural effects. In this episode I look at the bands and the people who work in the world of Metal to discover what the Music means to them. I will also review and answer all of the questions raised and foccussed upon during the documentary.
During Cultural Exchanges week at DMU there were many varied events going on, one event that we had the privilage of covering was a talk by Godfrey Hodgson, a world renound journalist who has had a long career working all over the world.
This week on Square Mile Reports we sat down with the organisers of the Mile2 project including the new Mile2 Manager Mark Charlton, Research Director Jason Jason Pandya-Wood, Project Officer Rachel Colley, Operations Manager David Hollis and Project Developer Jit Pandya.
We asked about the recent changes to Square Mile organising team with the news that the Research Director Jason Wood is moving on to pastures new and the appointment of the new Mile2 manager Mark Charlton.
Kirsty with By The RiversThis weekend saw the launch of the No Quarter Given Show on DemonFM. Presented by Kirsty Munroe and hoping to showcase the amazing wealth of talent and creativity that is on offer in Leicester's creative arts, performance, theatre and spoken word scenes. Keep listening in each week on Saturday, 12-1pm to find out what's happening and what's hot in Leicester right now.This week we had contributions from Nathan Human, Rob Watson.
Listen to the second episode of the No Quarter Given Show, with news about Finding Neverland at Curve Theatre, opportunities for young people to learn about fashion and what's in the latest edition of From Dusk 2 Dawn magazine. Listen to us every Saturday 12-1pm.
Kirsty Monro in the StudioHere's the third episode of the No Quarter Given Show, with features on Leicester People's Photographic Gallery, Some Where To and Art for Change, all brought to you by the lovely Kirsty Munro.