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Episode 5: Make Them Feel Small.

 

Welcome to episode 5 of The Bunbury Speaks Podcast!

This time we had the the pleasure of talking to the fantastic Mike Bedigan. We covered many topics and had a good few laughs and of course, heard Mike’s marvelous addition to our story.

We also wish Mike all the success possible with his Masters degree and future.

As always the music was by the brilliant Midlane, click on his face below for more!

It was produced by Keri Moriarty for the internet.

Liked this podcast? Want to help Bunbury carry on bringing you wonderful entertainment? Please hit the donate link below and give what you can. We love what we do and hope you love it too.
Thank you.

Donate to The Bunbury Speaks

All that said, we hope you enjoy the podcast.

Happy listening,

Much love,
Team Bunbury

I Remember Judge Tuxedo

Episode 4 of the Bunbury Speaks Podcast is here! We interviewed a guy you’ll all have heard about from our other podcasts because he did the music! It’s none other than out very own Scott Midlane.

In this podcast we cover a lot of topics ans here are the links we spoke about:
To find Scott’s wonderful music

Midlane
Third Man Phenomenon
Scabeater

And his new single Rag Doll 

Check all of this great stuff out!

Check out the wonderful work from Howard Sinclair Photography

If you’d like to find out more or have questions about Diabetes, please follow the following link
www.diabetes.org.uk

As always the music was by the brilliant Midlane, click on his face below for more!

It was produced by Keri Moriarty for the internet.

Liked this podcast? Want to help Bunbury carry on bringing you wonderful entertainment? Please hit the donate link below and give what you can. We love what we do and hope you love it too.
Thank you.

Donate to The Bunbury Speaks

All that said, we hope you enjoy the podcast.

Happy listening,

Much love,
Team Bunbury

Episode 3: Death Appeared, There Was No Door

 

Roll up! Roll up, for episode 3 of The Bunbury Speaks Podcast.

This time we interviewed the most excellent Rosa Wright and covered a lot.
First and foremost, we spoke about Rosa’s debut one woman show called ‘The Love Calculator’. The link to the event is here:
https://gulliversnq.info/events/the-love-calculator/

Tickets are available here, just click on the picture:

It’s so worth going to see because it’s brilliant. You can read our  5 star review of the show here:
https://bunburymagazine.com/2018/07/06/rosa-wright-the-love-calculator/

To check out more of the wonderful Rosa is and has been involved in in the past, check out her website:
www.rosawright.co.uk

Speaking of other cool things Rosa does, in the podcast we talk to her about an album she released last year so here’s the link to that too!
https://open.spotify.com/album/35sQyTJUkmFWFmQCo8d8WJ

We also spoke about the wonderful work Rosa does for the Stroke Association charity. If you or someone you care about has been affected by Stroke, here’s the link to this wonderful organisation:
www.stroke.org.uk

And finally, the Post Apocalyptic Book Group that Rosa is involved in which sounds excellent:
 https://www.meetup.com/The-Post-Apocalyptic-Book-Club-Northwest/

As always the music was by the brilliant Midlane, click on his face below for more!

It was produced by Keri Moriarty for the internet.

Liked this podcast? Want to help Bunbury carry on bringing you wonderful entertainment? Please hit the donate link below and give what you can. We love what we do and hope you love it too.
Thank you.

Donate to The Bunbury Speaks

All that said, we hope you enjoy the podcast.

Happy listening,

Much love,
Team Bunbury

The Bunbury Speaks Podcast Episode 2

 

Here we are again on our own…

Only we’re not on our own are we lovely listeners, because you’re here.

This time we bring you an interview so electric even the weather joined in!  we has a thunder storm right the way through most of it and editor Keri loved every minute of it.
In this episode we discuss education, Shakespeare, trouser rippage, running, pies, chicken nuggets and the answer to the most important question on the Bunbury team’s mind and one that has burned through the ages;
What Paul’s zombie apocalypse plan is.
All this and more!

Below you’ll find all of the links we talked about in the show.

You can see Paul’s work and get in touch with him via Facebook at
https://m.facebook.com/teacherwriterPJ/
We really do advise that you check him out. He’s a lovely guy and his poetry books are well worth investing in.

Speaking of which, here’s a link to his shop http://thedramastudio.org.uk/shop/ on his website, http://thedramastudio.org.uk/#
There are loads of things to discover so do visit and take a gander and keep up to date with his blog!

One of the things we talk about is a wonderful coincidence which not only went viral but made it to the paper.
Read more here because it’s a brilliant story.
http://www.burytimes.co.uk/news/16235274.Ramsbottom_dad_s_SATS_poem_goes_viral/

Finally, as mentioned above, we spoke about Paul’s passion for running. He runs for charity a lot and has a just giving page. His next run is for the cancer charity Macmillan. Please give what you can. It will be much appreciated by us an him.
https://www.justgiving.com/PJonthego

As always the music was by the brilliant Midlane, click on his face below for more!
It was produced by Keri Moriarty for the internet.

Liked this podcast? Want to help Bunbury carry on bringing you wonderful entertainment? Please hit the donate link below and give what you can. We love what we do and hope you love it too.
Thank you.

Donate to The Bunbury Speaks

Just Write Speaks 2018 – 29/05/18: Lisa Bower and Haiku Death Match

May the return of Just Write Speaks be with you! The regular spoken word event from Bunbury Publishing is back in your ears for another event of live poetry and general funny business (not like that). This time round, our headliner was the wonderful Lisa Bower.

Lisa Bower is from Liverpool – but has lived in Blackpool so long all but the twang has faded away. She is a lecturer of English Language, a writer of children’s fiction and organiser of the Pub Poets’. In poetry she writes about female experience from the perspective of women who don’t always have the freedom to explore feminism, focusing on the intersectionality of class and womanhood. She is a firm believer in education and sexual liberation, as well as owning up to only being able to do the best that we can do.

Lisa likes pink stationery, Terry Pratchett and a well made old fashioned. You can find her on Twitter: @LKpreztoday

She is also the host of the wonderful Pub Poets in Blackpool, alongside Ashley R Lister.

Speaking of, this event we had the honour of hosting Pub Poets’ Haiku Death Match: 8 poets enter, 1 is left standing victorious as they all compete in knockout rounds to claim the winning spot. The competitors were Christopher Moriarty, Broccan Tyzack-Carlin, Keri Moriarty, Rosa Wright, Paul Jenkins, Fiona Nuttall, Christopher Bowles and Malika Street.

The open micers this time were:

In the first half, Chris Neilson, Rosa Wright, Paul Jenkins, Matthew Hadfield and Greg Nowell.

In the second half, Elaine Biddulph, Christopher Bowles, Broccan Tyzack-Carlin, Fiona Nuttall and Mike Bedigan.

WARNING – This has been edited by Christopher and he has no idea what he is doing. The sound may get a little loud from time to time so do not listen to it at full volume!

For more information of upcoming gigs,  head over to our Just Write page on Facebook.

Just Write Speaks is a monthly event hosted at The Old White Lion in Bury. Whilst the venue is free, we do like to make sure we can cover the cost of our headliners’ travel and what not. If you enjoyed this, please consider clicking the link below to donate to us via PayPal. Over an hour of entertainment must be worth about £5. We may even be able to get Christopher some lessons on how to use Audacity!

Donate to Just Write Speaks

Just Write Speaks is a Bunbury Publishing Ltd. production for the internet. It was devised by Christopher Moriarty & Keri Moriarty. It was hosted by Christopher Moriarty & Keri Moriarty and Malika Street.

Just Write Speaks 2018 – 24/04/18: Genevieve L Walsh and Rose Condo

Just Write Speaks is back, guys! Another edition of the live spoken word event hosted by Bunbury Publishing. This event is a feast of spectacular poetry from Genevieve L Walsh and Rose Condo.

Geneviève L. Walsh is a Yorkshire-raised Londoner and writer of poetry that ‘shines an unforgiving light on contemporary life and manners, doing so with words which are full of sometimes shocking honesty’ (WF Live). She’s taken her work about alienation, inebriation and pop music to every kind of stage from tiny backstreet pubs to major festivals since her stage debut in 2012. She is proudly Epileptic, proudly Bisexual and unavoidably Goth.
Go to www.genevievelwalsh.com to find out more.

Rose Condo is a multiple slam-winning Canadian poet, Rose’s work is ‘honest, unflinching and deeply human’ (Dominic Berry, Glastonbury Poet in Residence 2017). She has performed across the UK, including supporting Shane Koyczan and Hollie McNish. Her show ‘How To Starve An Artist’ was Saboteur’s Runner Up Best Spoken Word Show 2017. Rose hosts Queenie’s Coffee House Nights at the Lawrence Batley Theatre and runs creative writing workshops for young people and adults.
Go to www.rosecondo.net to find out more!

The open micers for this event were:

In the first half, Paul Jenkins, Pete Slater, Ros Ballinger and Chris Neilson.

In the 2nd half, Fiona Nuttall, Matthew Crossley, Greg Nowell and Zoe Jenkinson (not Jackson!).

WARNING – This has been edited by Christopher and he has no idea what he is doing. The sound may get a little loud from time to time so do not listen to it at full volume!

For more information of upcoming gigs,  head over to our Just Write page on Facebook.

Just Write Speaks is a monthly event hosted at The Old White Lion in Bury. Whilst the venue is free, we do like to make sure we can cover the cost of our headliners’ travel and what not. If you enjoyed this, please consider clicking the link below to donate to us via PayPal. Over an hour of entertainment must be worth about £5. We may even be able to get Christopher some lessons on how to use Audacity!

Donate to Just Write Speaks

Just Write Speaks is a Bunbury Publishing Ltd. production for the internet. It was devised by Christopher Moriarty & Keri Moriarty. It was hosted by Christopher Moriarty & Keri Moriarty and Malika Street.

Just Write Speaks 2018 – 27/03/18: Mike Bedigan & Rosa Wright

Welcome to another edition of Just Write Speaks, the live spoken word event from Bunbury Publishing! The headliners for this event were Mike Bedigan and Rosa Wright.

If you enjoyed Rosa’s words, she’s doing a show on 5th July at Gulliver’s NQ in Manchester. It’s called The Love Calculator and can details can be found by clicking the show title.

The open micer’s for this event were Matthew Hadfield, Paul Grace, Fiona Nuttall, Broccan Tyzack-Carlin, Elaine Biddulph and Greg Nowell.

WARNING – This has been edited by Christopher and he has no idea what he is doing. The sound may get a little loud from time to time so do not listen to it at full volume!

For more information of upcoming gigs,  head over to our Just Write page on Facebook.

Just Write Speaks is a monthly event hosted at The Old White Lion in Bury. Whilst the venue is free, we do like to make sure we can cover the cost of our headliners’ travel and what not. If you enjoyed this, please consider clicking the link below to donate to us via PayPal. Almost an hour of entertainment must be worth about £5. We may even be able to get Christopher some lessons on how to use Audacity!

Just Write Speaks 2018 – 30/01/18: Broccan Tyzack-Carlin

Welcome to the first Just Write Speaks of 2018! The first episode of this stream. Just Write Speaks is a spoken word event with headliners and open-micers and it is always, as you will soon here, a joy to be there.

For this event, our headliners were Broccan Tyzack-Carlin and Danny Murphy. What a way to kick off the year! Unfortunately, there was an issue with part two of the recording so that has been lost (we’ll just have to get Danny back again very soon.

In this recording, you will hear the words of Paul Jenkins, Mike Bedigan, Benjamin Guilfoyle and Sharon Lowe, as well as the first headliner Broccan. It’s a treat, we can tell you.

WARNING – This has been edited by Christopher and he has no idea what he is doing. The sound may get a little loud from time to time so do not listen to it at full volume!

For more information of upcoming gigs,  head over to our Just Write page on Facebook.

Just Write Speaks is a monthly event hosted at The Old White Lion in Bury. Whilst the venue is free, we do like to make sure we can cover the cost of our headliners’ travel and what not. If you enjoyed this, please consider clicking the link below to donate to us via PayPal. Almost an hour of entertainment must be worth about £5. We may even be able to get Christopher some lessons on how to use Audacity!

The Bunbury Speaks Podcast Episode 1

Hello, is it Bunburyyyy you’re looking for?

Of course it is! And we’re not ones to disappoint, so, here’s Episode 1 to sink your… ears? into?
In this episode we talk to poet, musician and superb human being, Malika Street and hear her section of our story.

During the interview we discuss heady topics like Harry Potter, Peanut Butter, Manchester and the Zombie flavoured end times though, not in that exact order.

Music as per is by the astounding Midlane. Half man, half myth, all legend.
Find out more by clicking on the picture below.
Go on, Clock on his beautiful face, you know you want to…

The Bunbury Speaks Podcast Episode 0

Here it is, please enjoy. We start the tale which will continue though the podcast.
In this episode you will hear the voices of Keri Moriarty and Christopher Moriarty.
The opening of the story was conceived and written by Christopher Moriarty.

The Bunbury Speaks Podcast was produced by Keri Moriarty for the internet.

The music is by Midlane. Listen to more from him here. Go on, click his beautiful face: