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Curious about a musician's life? Host and cellist Patty Ryan talks to weekly guests about their stories and interests outside of the Classical Music world that inspire their musicianship. New episodes every Wednesday! Support this podcast at patreon.com/haydnmusicstand Subscribe/Follow @haydnmusicstand Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/haydnmusicstand/support
 
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The Mark & Haydn Show

Mark Bittlestone & Haydn Jenkins

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If you enjoyed listening please consider supporting us by buying us the equivalent of a coffee at https://ko-fi.com/markandhaydn. We are Mark & Haydn, the comedy double act described as "...graceful..." by The Times*. This is our audio comedy show "The Mark & Haydn Show". Now it's called "The Mark & Haydn Show" because it is...a show...and we used all our good ideas in the show. Season 1: Dropping Eaves answers the questions 'How do you organise a live laughter track in a pandemic?', 'What h ...
 
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In 1995, I visited Antarctica to produce and present a 30-minute documentary for BBC Radio 4. It was about two very different journeys to the Ice for tourists and scientists. It was a life-changing trip for all. I met 400 rich and glamorous tourists enjoying champagne and cabaret, and scientists from the British Antarctic Survey undertaking groundb…
 
We're wrapping up Season 2 of Haydn Behind the Music Stand! Joining this episode are past guests from Season 1 cellist Bree Ahern, violist Tonya Burton, and past guest from Season 2 violinist Sam Park who turn the tables on host Patty Ryan of the season's Spitfire Questions and have an intimate discussion on their experiences with stage fright. Thi…
 
The Brent Spar was a massive rig used as storage tank for oil from the North Sea. It was over 200 miles from Scotland and in the middle of the turbulent waters. At the end of its life, Shell and the British Government wanted to sink it in the North Atlantic. Greenpeace had other ideas and seized the empty structure on 30 April 1995. I was sent by B…
 
Iguanas were the latest craze in pets to go wrong. Pet shops across the UK were selling the cute hand-sized reptiles when young and friend but failed to explain that soon the creature would be 5 feet long and not so cuddly. I took my life in my hands and visited Vinny The Iguana. First broadcast on Britain Today BBC World Service on 21 September 19…
 
Gambling amongst the young is a growing problem and in the 1990's there was surprise when the UK government decided to allow slot machines to payout more prizes in cash. The fear was that this would encourage younger players to become addicted. BBC Radio 4 You and Yours sent me to investigate. First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 You and Yours.…
 
At the time video shows were all the rage on British TV but one church in the midlands wanted to make sure their weddings did not appear on the small screen They insisted couples sign a contract to the effect. Here is my report on BBC Radio 4's Sunday Programme introduced by the presenter. First broadcast in the early 1990's on BBC Radio 4 Sunday P…
 
Bleak school playgrounds did not make for happy engaged pupils was the findings of a new report about to be published in March 1994. To cover the story, I was sent by BBC Radio 4 You and Yours to visit schools and speak to teachers, pupils and experts. The shows presenter Daire Brehan introduced my feature. First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 You and Yo…
 
Partners was a series I made for The Afternoon Shift on BBC Radio 4. Each episode would tell the story of a partnership between two committed people, each working together to achieve a common goal. In this fourth episode, I met two identical twin dinner ladies who worked together, lived next to each other and even had a double wedding to their chos…
 
Champions was a series I presented and produced on BBC Radio 4 to tell the stories of people who had battled injustice or obstacles to build a better world. There were six 15 minute episodes. In this one Leicester Lollypop Lady Georgina Ford James was a hero in her community as a crime buster. First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Saturday 27 April 1996 a…
 
At the time the pub industry was dominated by big brewing companies who leased their pubs to landlords who paid rent and were tied to the brewery to provide their beers. Often the beer was more expensive than could be obtained on the open market and many pubs went bust. In Sutton Coldfield Martin and Sharon Baylis of The Boot Inn won a victory over…
 
Trichloroethylene is a chemical used every day by millions of workers in factories across the world. June Freedman son Simon died after working with the substance. He was just 17 years old. She wanted the law changed to better protect workers. I spoke with her about her campaign. My report was first broadcast on BBC Radio 4 You and Yours January 19…
 
Partners was a series I made for The Afternoon Shift on BBC Radio 4. Each episode would tell the story of a partnership between two committed people, each working together to achieve a common goal. In this second episode, I met a husband and wife team who ran TMI, a time management company in Henley-In-Arden Warwickshire. The Lanes are committed to…
 
Queens Freddie Mercury died in November 1991 but a year on and Saint Augustine's Anglican Church in Bradford is using his life story and the music of the group to promote the message of Christianity. I was sent by BBC 4's Sunday Programme to meet the people responsible and to find out more. My report is introduced by Sunday Programme presenter Trev…
 
PFI Hospitals Sheffield The Private Finance Initiative (PFI for short) was a UK government policy aimed at creating "Public Private Partnerships" where private firms were contracted to complete and manage public projects. First started in 1992 by conservative Prime Minister John Major and expanded by the Labour Blair government, PFI was part of the…
 
Set a side land, paid for by the European Union to stop farmers using the land for the production of food and dairy, was common across Britain during the 90's and early 2000's. However, the UK governments interpreted of the rules governing its use for other purposes meant the land often became idea for everything. Here is my You and Yours report fr…
 
Champions was a series I presented and produced on BBC Radio 4 to tell the stories of people who had battled injustice or obstacles to build a better world. In this final episode of The Champions I visited Napton Primary School in Warwickshire and met the parents who fought to keep their village school open by apparently getting pregnant. First bro…
 
John and Josephine Bronczyk were semi-retired farmers who owned 160 acres in Anoka County, Minnesota. In their 70's, they were model custodians but the state wanted to protect the couples historic wetlands after their demise. In short, depriving them of control of their own property. I went to meet the siblings in March 1995. First broadcast on BBC…
 
Today we all know about loyalty points and customer reward schemes but in the mid-nineties they were new and potentially confusing. I was sent into the stores to find out more and help consumers get the most from these incentives. My feature was introduced by the shows presenter Tasneem Siddiqi. First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 You and Yours on 18 Se…
 
At the time, Global Positioning System or GPS for short was amazing new technology relatively unknown to most people. Few could have imagined how it would change our lives. The BBC World Service Science Unit wanted to produce a special report about GPS and so I was sent to California to meet its inventors. First broadcast on BBC World Service New I…
 
The Canadians believe they have a great untapped cash crop just waiting to be exploited. Seal meat could help save their fishing industry and the Canadian government wants to convince the international community that seal culling is acceptable. First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Farming Today on 2 September 1995 and later on News Hour on BBC World Serv…
 
Partners was a series I made for The Afternoon Shift on Radio 4. Each episode would tell the story of a partnership between two committed people, each working together to achieve a common goal. In this third episode, the UKs former ambassador to Hungary Sir John Birch and his wife Primula spoke about their partnership in marriage and diplomacy. Fir…
 
On Radio 4, Farming Today is an institution and I was delighted when its then new editor Carol Trewin asked me to work on the programme. She was a kind and brilliant journalist. One of my first assignments was to examine Water Rights in California. As big business purchased the rights to local water, the river supply was diverted, farms dried up an…
 
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