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It’s as the clever but put-upon Will Mackenzie in The Inbetweeners or the elder son Adam in Friday Night Dinner that Simon Bird has come to public attention but now the star of these successful sitcoms has stepped behind the cameras to direct his first feature film. Simon joins Front Row to discuss Days of the Bagnold Summer.The death of George Floyd at the hands of the Minnesota Police has led to worldwide protests and calls for the end of systemic racism. What part can white artists and writers play to illuminate a subject that so many white people find difficult to understand and address? Playwright and performer Professor Eliza Bent, and writer and author Professor Jess Row discuss the subject of Whiteness and how it obscures racism.Musicians have been deeply affected by the loss of concerts, shows, and tours but an overlooked area has been Artist-In-Residencies programmes which many of our national music institutions offer to musicians for their career development. Ruth Patterson, lead singer of Newcastle-based folk-rock band Holy Moly & The Crackers, was an Artist-In-Residence at Sage Gateshead this year to enable her to develop as a solo performer. She joins Front Row to discuss her debut single as a singer-songwriter, performing as a musician in wheelchair, and she’ll be singing live on the show.As the lockdown eases for some next week, those heading into Manchester city centre will see posters featuring a new poem by Tony Walsh, aka Longfella, called The Sum of Us. Tony came to public attention with the poem, This Is The Place, that he performed in the city in the aftermath of the Manchester Arena bombing. He joins Front Row to talk about the new work and perform an extract from it.Presenter: Katie PopperwellProducer: Ekene Akalawu
When Tony walks into a room, and you can't help but notice his energy, he's always on the go and makes you curious as to what his next move might be. Music has been his all-time passion, and he made himself some money while DJing house parties during his high school years, getting a taste of the side hustlers lifestyle. Now, Tony is a mortgage broker by day, and by night he has taken control of his passion and is delivering a constant stream of Dj mixed music to his audience.Follow the Side Hustle Podcast on Instagram, LinkedIn and Facebook.
Hey friends - this weeks episode brings us the completely wonderful Tony Walsh, one of my favourite poets in the country and another guest who I feel like I could talk to for hours. We geek out over the nerdiness of rhyme and how it can be used for the serious as well as the frivolous, we both try and capture the movement of music in poems. I share part of Dave's 'Black' from his Brit awards performance and Tony shares Sophie Hannah's 'Your dad did what?' before finishing on a beautiful new poem capturing the varied experiences of lockdown people have been having.Recorded at a time where there are huge #BLM protests in both the UK and the US, I feel slightly clunky/raw around my something borrowed but don't want my own awkwardness to get in the way of a conversation that needs to be had, so have left as recorded.You can see Dave's Brit award Performance HereYou can hear Sophie Hannah reading her poem HereYou can follow Tony Here and buy his book from his website HereYou can donate to UKBLM's Gofundme HereYou can donate to the podcast and guests HereOr you can tune in live one Wednesday HereLook after yourselves and each other x
Describing Tony Walsh as a highly energetic person is an understatement, a side hustler since his young teen years and he’s not stopping anytime soon. As long as it has something to with music, he’s all in.Follow the Side Hustle Podcast on Instagram, LinkedIn and Facebook.
The poet Tony Walsh meets the actor Julie Hesmondhalgh. Tony performs under the name Longfella, which describes his 6ft 5in frame. His first collection of verse, Sex & Love & Rock&Roll, was published in 2015. He came to worldwide attention in May 2017 when he recited his poem This is the Place at the vigil following the Manchester Arena bombing. Julie played Hayley Cropper on Coronation Street for 16 years, and has appeared in acclaimed TV series including Broadchurch and Happy Valley. On stage she recently took the title role in Brecht’s Mother Courage at the Royal Exchange, Manchester. She runs a theatre company, Take Back, which stages performances of short scripts written in response to current events.Producer: Clare Walker
Series 1 Episode 1 Tony Walsh - We talk about Tony's collection 'Sex & Love & Rock&Roll', celebrating the ordinary, the 2017 Manchester Arena bombing and the power of poetry. Poetry recital from Bassie Gracie. Follow us on Instagram: @peoplespoetrypodcast Twitter: people_poetry Submissions/ letters to email@example.comEpisode links:Tony Walsh www.longfella.co.ukInstagram: @tonywalshpoetTwitter: @LongfellaPoetBassie Gracie Facebook: Bassie GracieInstagram: bassiegracie
In the fourth episode of Humans of XS Manchester, Clint Boon is joined by Mancunian poet, Tony Walsh.Tony is a world class poet, born and bred in Manchester. Overcoming childhood poverty and illness, his passion for poetry became a full time job and his work has now gone global, most notably This Is The Place, which he read at the vigil the day after the Manchester Arena attack.Don't forget to subscribe to never miss an episode, and follow Humans of XS Manchester on Twitter (@HumansXS), Instagram (@humansofxs) and Facebook (@HumansOfXSManchester) for exclusive content.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode of Forever Manchester meets features a candid chat with wit, wordsmith & celebrated Manchester poet Tony Walsh. Tony talks about his life and work experiences, performance poetry and the trauma of being a victim in an armed robbery. He also talks about commissions for Manchester United and BBC Blue Peter's recent 60th anniversary and a performance at Stalin's Penis! This podcast also features a full length (rarely heard) version of Tony's poem 'Silver Sparks', written in celebration of Forever Manchester's 25th Anniversary in 2015