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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.
 
The Somerset House Podcast is shaped and sculpted by artists and presents excellent, original cultural experiences, connecting listeners with the creative process. Somerset House is London’s working arts centre and home to the UK’s largest creative community including Somerset House Studios. Built on historic foundations, we are situated in the very heart of the capital.
 
“I thought it was you I saw coming up the hill,” she said, stretching out her hand. He stopped and shook it; the touch of his big, firm fingers made her tremble. His hand was massive and hard as if it were hewn of stone. She looked up at him and smiled. “Isn’t it cold?” she said. It is terrible to be desirous of saying all sorts of passionate things, while convention debars you from any but the most commonplace. (Excerpts from chapter 1.)
 
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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Charlie Taylor looks back on Somerset and Western Storm's seasons, featuring Somerset CEO Gordon Hollins, Sophie Luff and blogger Steve Tancock. Somerset and England spinner Jack Leach joins our Kit Out The Nation campaign and there are chats with TMS legends Jonathan Agnew and Vic Marks.Image: Mike Egerton / PA Wire…
 
Somerset go through a mixed week as they confirm another trip to T20 Finals Day but lose heavily to Nottinghamshire in the County Championship. Charlie Taylor finds out more about the games with commentator Anthony Gibson. Sophie Luff looks back on her time in The Hundred as captain of Welsh Fire, as well as reviewing Western Storm's performance in…
 
Charlie Taylor hears the story of the Clevedon cricket player who could reach The Hundred final at Lord's. Jake Lintott was picked as a wildcard for Southern Brave, but now he's taken 10 wickets and is one win away from the final. Also on the show Paul Tweddle reflects on his time as Somerset men's head coach during the One Day Cup and Lydia Greenw…
 
Somerset, Western Storm & Welsh Fire player Nicole Harvey tells Charlie Taylor how she nearly died of sepsis last year. She was pregnant and had to have a C-section as well. In January she could barely walk, but now she's taking wickets for the Welsh Fire in the Hundred.Plus there's an interview with young Somerset bowler Kasey Aldridge who's doing…
 
Charlie Taylor speaks to Somerset spinner Jack Leach after his England call-up to take on India in this summer's Test series. He also hears from Somerset's new 50-over captain Ben Green. Anthony Gibson assesses Somerset's good performances so far in the T20 Blast and Championship. We also hear from the Taunton family which fielded six members in a …
 
As part of Ilona Sagar's Soft Addictions works for Gallery 31's third season Create, Capture, Organise, Pluralise, visitors are encouraged to listen to Sagar's looped sound work within the gallery space as an accompaniment to her print and text pieces. Soft Addictions is a generative series of works that analyze the interface between people and com…
 
Lewis Gregory speaks to Charlie Taylor about Somerset's season so far, which sees the side sitting top of group 2 in the County Championship. He also looks ahead to the T20 season as captain. Western Storm captain Sophie Luff looks back at their start to the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy. Plus we hear from a fan who was back in the County Ground afte…
 
Charlie Taylor previews the Western Storm season with Head Coach Mark O'Leary and Georgia Hennessy. There's a look back on a very wet couple of weeks for Somerset. Plus we hear about the county's visually impaired side who have played together for the first time since before the pandemic. Plus the Somerset CCC chief executive looks forward to welco…
 
Craig Overton talks to Charlie about his excellent season so far and the prospect of facing up against his brother Jamie when Surrey visit Taunton this week. There's a chat with Somerset women's captain Sophie Luff after their strong start to the season, plus Nick Dean from the county's disability squad reflects on a strong win to start their year.…
 
Charlie Taylor reviews Somerset's last two games and the county's women start their season. There's a chat with former England bowler Monty Panesar, who looks at the Covid crisis in India and the impact on the IPL. Australian Andrew Tye talks about going home from the competition. Also on this episode, Somerset fan Abi Slade talks about starting to…
 
Somerset came back from the dead to beat Middlesex. Charlie Taylor reviews the match with Tom Abell, Jason Kerr and Anthony Gibson. There's a look ahead to the Gloucestershire match with Stephen Lamb. Heather Knight reacts to news that England Women have a busy summer of matches this year, including two games at Taunton.Image: Anthony Gibson…
 
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