Tracey Dunn reviews the book To Throw Away Unopened, the new memoir by Viv Albertine from the legendary late 70’s band The Slits.
Report by Tracey Dunn on the Housing conference held at Friends Meeting House when activists, housing campaigners, researchers and others met for two days to demand housing justice.
Recording of the Justice4Grenfell panel discussion held at The Black-E as part of Writing on the Wall’s Crossing Borders Festival.
Recording of local historian John Harrison giving a talk about the history of Aigburth at Toxteth Town Hall’s Heritage Open Day.
Recording by Tracey Dunn of local historian Ken Pye who spoke at Toxteth Town Hall’s Heritage Open Day event about the history of the seven hills of Liverpool.
Recording of the talk at Next to Nowhere by Chris Robé, author of Breaking the Spell: A History of Anarchist Filmmakers, Videotape Guerrillas, and Digital Ninjas.
Recording of Turner prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller talking about his work at Metal at Edge Hill Station as part of Liverpool presents Sgt Pepper at 50.
Recording of Cosey Fanni Tutti talking about her controversial and creative life as an artist and musician at the Writing on the Wall event.
Recording of the Punk Survivors event held on Fri 12th May with Steve Ignorant, co-founder of anarcho-punk band Crass, Don Letts, dub-pioneer and video-chronicler of The Clash and Pauline Murray, the lead singer with punk band Penetration.
Recording of the talk by Geoff Travis of Rough Trade Records about being inspired to open his shop after a trip to San Francisco’s City Lights book store.
Robert Harrison and Tracey Dunn talk about their time as young punks in London and Liverpool. Tracey recalls a gig by the Sex Pistols in 77 and the outrageous clothes worn, while Rob talks of the alternative punk situation in Liverpool, the DIY “make do and mend” scene that was Liverpool before the real punk revolution hit with a vengeance!!