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Ideas in Writing

Ideas, writing, words and conversation

It's about words, written and read, maybe spoken out loud in person, on stage, or recorded. Presented (mostly) by Philip Holden. Long form chats with creators and users of words - pretty relaxed - just you and us. In the
Latest Episode7/1/2020

Quodlibet/Craft with Tom Carradine

Season 1, Ep. 3
Hello, I'm Philip Holden and in this episode I talk to Tom Carradine, a dapper chap who is well known for his Cockney Singalong. Tom's word of the episode is quodlibet (no, me neither) while mine is craft, which I think suits the skill and talent Tom brings to the podcast. In this this chat Tom talks about his experience in the pit of West End musicals and as a piano entertainer - preserving and sharing great songs from over a century ago right up to the present day(ish). We discuss what makes a funny and engaging song - and how come we all know the chorus. You can find lots of Tom's work at - www.tomcarradine.com and www.carradinescockneysingalong.co.uk. Look for his singalong on Facebook and/or tomcarradinepianist and follow him on Twitter @tomcarradine Ideas in Writing is produced with the support of Mr Books Bookshop in Tonbridge - the home of inspiring, imaginative and intelligent books, gifts and conversation. You can find it at mrbooks.co.uk and on Twitter @mrbooks_ton to order all kinds of books new and second hand – or you can visit them – at least when they reopen after the Covid lockdown. CREDITS & links Tom also mentioned Champagne Charlie and the Bubbly Boys http://champagnecharliemusic.co.uk and Michael Roulston and Sarah Louise Young http://www.roulstonandyoung.co.uk/ Ideas in Writing is recorded and produced by Philip Holden using Zencaster and Anchor.fm The Ideas in Writing theme "Farting Around" is by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ The "Light Easy March" sting is by ...dog http://www.besonic.com/dog
6/21/2020

Journey/Palimpsest with Ian Tucker-Bell

Season 1, Ep. 2
Hello, I'm Philip Holden and in this episode I talk to Ian Tucker-Bell writer and composer. In the vein of Ready Steady Cook, Ian brings along his ingredient - the word journey whilst I offer mine; the pretentious palimpsest. So the conversation reflects how our own experiences inevitably shine through in writing and performance and how, even though you might want to escape it, sometimes you just have to embrace it. We also talk about forthcoming projects and plans. You can see and hear Ian’s work online via the Viral Theatre Festival website www.ViralFestival.net and at the OrangeWorks and on SoundCloud. Ideas in Writing is produced with the support of Mr Books Bookshop in Tonbridge - the home of inspiring, imaginative and intelligent books, gifts and conversation. You can find it at mrbooks.co.uk and on Twitter @mrbooks_ton to order all kinds of books new and second hand – or you can visit them – at least when they reopen after the Covid lockdown. CREDITS & links Ideas in Writing is recorded and produced by Philip Holden using Zencaster and Anchor.fm The Ideas in Writing theme "Farting Around" is by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ The "Light Easy March" sting is by ...dog http://www.besonic.com/dog "You Came" © Ian Tucker-Bell 2020 The First Tree, mentioned in the podcast, is a game by David Wehle and is available at https://www.thefirsttree.com