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Exploring the stories of people who live, work, and create in Somerset. From food and drinks pioneers, and creators of music and arts, to local lifestyle and culture experts; join us as we meet the fascinating individuals and families that call this beautiful county their home.
 
Talking and eating cake with the people who make living, working and visiting Somerset great. If you love Somerset and want to find out more about the people who make the county tick, take some time each week to listen to The Slice: Somerset and discover more about our extraordinary community.
 
The Somerset House Podcast, shaped and sculpted by artists, explores original cultural ideas which connect listeners to the creative process. Each series goes behind the scenes at Somerset House to uncover the stories explored through our programme and creative community. The latest 6 part series, The Process, is produced by Alannah Chance as part of the Creators in Residency Programme, supported by The Rothschild Foundation. Somerset House is London’s working arts centre and home to the UK’ ...
 
Somerset House Studios is a new experimental workspace in the centre of London connecting artists, makers and thinkers with audiences. The Studios are a platform for the development of new creative projects and collaboration, promoting work that pushes bold ideas, engages with urgent issues and pioneers new technologies.
 
Videos Produced and Edited by Lori Belche and / or John Belche. This podcast represents some of the videos produced by Lori Belche and John Belche of Somerset, MA. Please Note: Though many of the podcasts have aired on SATV, this podcast is in no way endorsed by SATV, SATV9 or Somerset Access Television Corporation. Outsource Creations, Inc. is responsible for this content.
 
"Canon Spratte saw himself as he thought others might see him: mediocre, pompous, self-assertive, verbose." Maugham could have added ambitious, hypocritical, and vain. In this engrossing social satire, Theodore Spratte, a cleric, motivated by an obsessive desire to be elevated to bishop, embellishes his family history and intrudes upon his son's and daughter's courtships. A reviewer in 1906 wrote, "The whole book is an admirable blend of cynical gaiety and broadly farcical comedy; it is the ...
 
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A general dissatisfaction with the networking opportunities available locally led friends Fiona and Kim to set up their own group specifically for women launching or running their own small business as well as women working for local companies. With an emphasis on communication and a 'no mean girls from the playground' policy, Somerset Ladies in Bu…
 
This week's guest is the UK's #1 motivational business speaker - Brad Burton. Born in Salford, Manchester, a series of big moments, and even bigger decisions led Brad to leave the North West as a young adult, and start his life again in Somerset. It's safe to say a lot has changed since then, and these days, you'll find him writing books, and speak…
 
Elizabeth Bernholtz, aka Gazelle Twin, has had paranormal experiences since her early childhood. Ever since she’s been both terrified and thrilled by the occult, gripped by stories of poltergeist possession and famous hauntings. Fresh off the back of her commission for The Horror Show at Somerset House, Gazelle Twin is getting back into the writing…
 
Former Somerset and England captain Ian Botham speaks to the current England skipper, Ben Stokes. Also on the show Charlie Taylor hears from Niamh Holland from Low Ham, who's become the first English woman to score a half century at an Under 19s World Cup. Sophie Luff updates us on her time in Australia and there's a look at the difficulties in rec…
 
Sedgemoor FM has become the go-to local radio station for locals living in this diverse and thriving part of Somerset. Dave Englefield is the man responsible for navigating the station's development and growth. He is up and on air each day from 4.32am precisely, bringing news, travel, music and laughter to the airwave of Sedgemoor. During our chat …
 
My guest for our first podcast of the season is the former punk rock mayor of Frome, Andy Wrintmore. Andy's involvement in local politics embodies the town's well-documented independent and rebellious streak. But beyond just making great headlines for the likes of the New York Times, Kerrang, and The Sun, his connection and compassion for Frome mea…
 
The creative process is inspired by worlds beyond itself. The Somerset House podcast series 'The Process' brings those worlds together, platforming the big conversations which go on to inspire new work. Drawing on our creative community on site and from the exhibition programme, each episode follows one artist as they explore an idea from their pra…
 
With our interest in locally produced food and food standards, farm shops and farmers markets have flourished in recent years. Rumwell Farm Shop is no exception. My guest is newly appointed Events Manager, Sophie Cridland, who is excited to be spearheading yet more developments for this thriving out of town food and eating emporium between Taunton …
 
Why is Somerset such a haven for historic artefacts? Which collection in the museum does my guest find most intriguing? What does the future hold for local museum's like the Musuem of Somerset and what is being done to attract a diverse range of visitors? Plus, of course, what slices of cake are we eating?? Find out more about The Musuem of Somerse…
 
He said 'kick kick', I said ' click click'... but we didn't call the whole thing off! My guest is Richard Holt, co-founder of CICCIC, a creative innovation centre for Taunton, Somerset which started life as a consultancy business for the creative industries, but has now grown several creative tentacles since it was founded! Listen as we chat about …
 
A new podcast where I talk and eat cake with the people who make life in Somerset great. Whether you live, work or just visit this beautiful county, you can listen in each week to find out more about the people dedicated to ensuring Somerset is a vibrant, thriving and cherished place to be. The Slice is hosted by me, Lynne O'Halloran, Somerset resi…
 
Jack Leach speaks to Charlie from Pakistan where he was helping England secure their first whitewash there. Niamh Holland from Langport has received a call to represent England Under 19s at the T20 World Cup and Matt Hunt from Bathford CC has broken a world record. Plus Heather Knight talks about a very successful tour for the England women in the …
 
Charlie Taylor reflects on the Somerset men's season. Tom Abell looks back on a mixed year for his team and BBC Radio Somerset's Anthony Gibson gives Charlie his thoughts. There's also a chat with the Somerset CEO about what the ECB's proposed changes to the domestic cricket set-up might mean for the county. Plus we hear from new Somerset signing T…
 
Many African Filmmakers, both on the continent and in the diaspora, have been using the medium to connect and communicate across time and space. Having grown up both in Nigeria and the west, Akinola Davies Jr attempts to bridge the gap between traditional and millennial Black communities in both locations. Award-winning filmmaker and author of Love…
 
Weyland hops on an audio space adventure to Andromeda with Somerset House Studios artist and writer Sonya Dyer to explore how we can construct the future based on the archive we leave behind. Dyer is currently collaborating with Dr. Jeff Grube as part of a funded research and development scheme connecting academics from King's College London and re…
 
Weyland sits down with Filipino artist Leeroy New who was commissioned to create the Earth Day 2022 sculpture in Somerset House’s courtyard. The pair discuss creating with collected materials, indigenous mythology, and archiving in the face of the climate emergency. We also learn how a Yoruba deity named Ogun influenced the creation of the only aco…
 
Questions and complications of the metaverse are broken down by artist collective Keiken, whose cross-dimensional practice merges the physical with the digital by building online worlds and augmented realities. Here they meet with Jazmin Morris, a creative computing artist and educator based in London whose own practice and research explore represe…
 
Somerset's Director of Cricket Andy Hurry is calling for counties to be better protected from losing players to The Hundred. Hear from him, Somerset captain Tom Abell and our commentator Anthony Gibson about the issue. There's a reflection on Somerset's disappointing One Day Cup campaign and we'll hear clips from the new Ben Stokes documentary.…
 
Somerset draw with Essex - we hear from centurions Tom Banton and James Rew, both managed their maiden first-class ton at Chelmsford. Also on the show we hear from Roelof van der Merwe who looks back on T20 Finals Day and previews the new Hundred season. There's also a chat with the 15-year-old girl who has decided to start coaching sessions for st…
 
Somerset's men have qualified for a home quarter-final in the T20 Blast, Craig Overton and Tom Abell look back on an exhilarating win against Surrey and preview the game against Derbyshire. It'll be the first time the teams have met in T20s. BBC commentator Aatif Nawaz gives us the lowdown on new Somerset signing Imam-ul-Haq. Sophie Luff talks abou…
 
North Petherton player Lloyd Irish updates Charlie Taylor on the recovery of South African bowler Mondli Khumalo who was assaulted in Bridgwater in May and required several operations on his brain. We also hear about an auction being set up to fundraise for him. Tom Kohler-Cadmore has been announced by Somerset as a new player - Charlie looks into …
 
England captain Heather Knight reflects on a great win for Western Storm and looks ahead to the Test match coming to Taunton. There's also a look at Somerset's great start to the T20 season, winning all of their first three games. Is bowling coach Steve Kirby being too modest? We celebrate Max Waller who's just become Somerset's all-time leading wi…
 
Somerset complete a huge win over Gloucestershire in Bristol. Tom Abell reviews the game. Sophie Luff looks back on Somerset Women's season and ahead to the Charlotte Edwards Cup. There's another look at misogyny in the sport and we catch up with the county's disability squad who now field two different types of teams. Plus Charlie Taylor has been …
 
Somerset men record their first win of the season and we hear concerns about misogyny in the game and online. Plus there's a chat with Alice Bird who has battled mental health issues to make her debut for Somerset women. Plus hear Mark Walker from Taunton Deane Cricket Club reminisce about the time Devon Conway lived with him in 2010.Image: Getty I…
 
Somerset men almost beat Essex against all odds and the women start with a derby double. Charlie reflects on two very different starts to the seasons for the sides. There's also a look at the new online archives of the Somerset Cricket Museum and we find out why an IPL team has joined up with an academy in the West Country.Image: Getty Images…
 
Charlie Taylor looks ahead to Somerset men's season with Jack Leach, Tom Abell, Jason Kerr and Peter Siddle. There's also a look at The Hundred draft with Sophie Luff and Tom Banton. Plus hear the last part of the series looking at the tragic story of Maurice Turnbull, who went to school in Somerset.…
 
Roller skating is having a moment. Instagram videos of roller skaters doing synchronised dances went viral over lockdown and inspired a new generation to get on four wheels. Somerset House Studios artist Tyreis Holder was one of them. She discovered skating during lockdown and in her words, it saved her life. In this episode of the Process, Tyreis …
 
A Somerset student will represent Barbados at the Commonwealth Games. Meanwhile her coach is off to the IPL as part of the Rajasthan Royals. We also hear about the fundraisers going on in the county organised by local cricket clubs and blogger Steve Tancock looks ahead to the 2022 season. Plus hear part three of our series looking at the history of…
 
Col Self grew up as a child playing on the sites of the new age traveller community in the 1990s. After the passing of the criminal justice bill and the crackdown on the travelling community that came with it, it started to become clear to her what a unique moment in British history she had lived through. Now, as a resident artist at Somerset House…
 
Somerset House Studios resident Anna Meredith is a composer who takes writing playful music seriously. But her process is anything but reckless. Over the summer she set herself a challenge, to write a series of compositions for bumper cars which would be installed in the courtyard of Somerset House for Dodge. Tunes would be triggered when the bumpe…
 
Jack Leach speaks about England's upcoming trip to the West Indies and Tom Abell updates us on his recovery from a knee injury. Also on the podcast we hear from the Somerset County Cricket Club employee who's helping in the effort to provide for refugees fleeing the war in Ukraine. Plus there's a look at how you can get involved with walking cricke…
 
‘How do you imagine yourself as anything other than what you are told you are?’ Shiraz Bayjoo is a Mauritian artist living in London whose practice explores how language and identity in the Indian Ocean have been shaped by the legacy of European colonialism in the region. In a commission for We Are History, an exhibition at Somerset House, Shiraz e…
 
What is Financial Astrology? Somerset House Studios artist Gary Zhexi Zhang is interested in exploring the chimeric edges of global systems. Recently his research has taken him into the world of finance, where he’s been drawn to the sorts of speculative ways of thinking we might normally associate with the occult. Enter Financial Astrology, a way o…
 
Breaking the Rules featuring Andy Holden & Mark McGowan ‘The power of performance lies in it not really being there’ Andy Holden grew up with one foot in Bedford and one foot in Beano-town, the fictional town from the Beano full of semi-detached houses and fractious families. As the curator of the exhibition Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules at …
 
Charlie Taylor looks at how the Ashes could transform the County Championship and Matt Renshaw returns to the County Ground. There's also a chat with the grass roots coach from Somerset who's won a national award and we hear about a brand new BBC podcast looking at how Yorkshire develops cricketers of Asian descent. Plus part two of Charlie's serie…
 
A brand new six-part podcast series, The Process, takes listeners behind the scenes with some of today’s most exciting creatives on their journey to create new works. Released weekly from 16 February 2022. We’re used to experiencing the work of an artist in its final form - in the gallery, on the stage, or mixed on an album. But what has been the j…
 
This year’s Christmas Special has an amazing selection of five guests from all corners of the county, each with their own unique perspective on the festive season.We’re covering all elements of the Christmas celebration, from food and drink to music and decoration. So now’s the time to put on the mulled cider, and listen to my yuletide conversation…
 
Vicki Bennett explores the processes of making audiovisual content, working with archives and found footage. Using collage as a compositional tool opens up endless opportunities to create and experience results that are more than the sum of their parts, opening doors (and windows) to let light in and move beyond limited and repetitive ways of creat…
 
Over the last 14 weeks, we've shared the stories of some of the inspiring, creative, and successful individuals and families that make this beautiful county their home.And, in this season finale, we’re going to do something a little different. I’ll be spending some time with our very first podcast guest – musician Tom Corneill.We’ll be catching up …
 
Jos Buttler looks ahead to the Ashes as he leaves quarantine, he's been speaking to the BBC. There's also news that Josh Davey has signed a contract extension. Charlie looks into how the racism scandal in cricket involved one player in the Somerset squad, plus there's a look at some new cricket formats aiming to get more people playing the game in …
 
This week, Somerset Stories meets Dr Andrew Tressider, from the Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group, and co-host of the Somerset Emotional Well-being podcast. Growing up in the county, Andrew has spent the vast majority of his professional life both as a GP for the community in Chard, and also as an advocate of the health of healthcare profession…
 
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