smallVOICE podcast – October 2017

Welcome, welcome to the October smallVOICE podcast. This month we have some great live music from guests the Ian Walker Band. Meanwhile, in recognition of Canada’s 150th Birthday, Anne revisits an old A Thousand Words chat with broadcaster Andrew Barr, who chooses a photograph taken in (go on, guess) Canada. Our ‘small voice of the month’ of the month celebrates a fresh approach to dealing with disability in the form of We Carry Kevan, and in our Media Review we take a look at Ali Smith’s Man Booker-nominated novel Autumn – supposedly the first ever post-Brexit novel. Finally, our Moral Mixdown discussion responds to recent events in the US by asking what we really might mean by ‘pure evil’.

Presented once again by Darren, Anne and Margaret, it’s an hour of guaranteed podcasty goodness. Accept no substitutes!

The podcast was recorded on Thursday 5 October 2017. Duration: 58’29

Theme music and stings by Nicolai Heidlas

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