Our Best Podcasts of 2017

Our Best Podcasts of 2017

Here’s a selection of our most popular podcasts from 2017.

The Edward Thomas Centenary

A Series of podcasts including an in-depth discussion with Professor Katie Gramich and Alison Harvey of Cardiff University amidst the riches of the Edward Thomas special archive.

Mandy Lane on Amy Dillwyn

Mandy Lane, our artist in residence in March, discusses the figure at the centre of her project, the indefatigable Amy Dillwyn.

Talking to Georgia Ruth

Gary Raymond talks to Georgia Ruth, award-winning singer-songwriter, and radio broadcaster.

Talking to Caroline Finn

Gary Raymond talks to Caroline Finn, world-renowned choreographer and Artistic Director of National Dance Company Wales.

Wales at the Fringe Part One

Wales at the Fringe Part Two

A two part report from the Welsh showcase at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.

Talking to Abdul Hayek

Durre Shahwar talks to Abdul Shayek, the Artistic Director and founder of Fio.

Diary of a Madman in India

Gary Raymond talks to Robbie Bowman, Kate Perridge and Ryan O’Shea at the half way stage of their tour of India with the one man show, Diary of a Madman.

Made in Roath: On the Red Route

In this special episode of the Wales Arts Review podcast, photographic artist and Review contributor Kate Mercer puts on her walking boots and journeys with artists and public alike on the 27-mile trek from Merthyr to Cardiff for Made in Roath‘s annual Red Route march.

Talking to Ballet Cymru

Gary Raymond catches up with Darius James and his Assistant Artistic Director and partner Amy Doughty to talk about Shadow Aspect, about the history of Ballet Cymru, that amazing journey, and about all of the amazing ways they give things back to the community.

Talking with Lleucu Siencyn

Gary Raymond talks to CEO of Literature Wales, Lleucu Siencyn.