23
Mar
2017

The Stone Tapes Vol 23

Recorded live in front a an audience in the University of Lincoln Stephen Langton Building, with Sam Stone, David J Howe, George Mann, Patricia Ash, Robin Pierce and special guest star Daphne Ashbrook.

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23
Mar
2017

Etiquette and the Presidency

Darren J Scales, Natasha Armstrong, Tessa Snart , Holly McGratten and Alex Lewczuk connect with Anna Lewis on a Friendly Jersey Omnibus and discuss President Donald Trump and etiquette with premier correspondent Liz Brewer.

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23
Mar
2017

Airwolf, Native Voices, Fashion and Movies

Jean Bruce-Scott & film-maker Darren J Scales discuss `Darkwave`, `Airwolf` and more before Randy Reinholz shares his thoughts from another part of San Diego .  Kayleigh Carr  then discusses online buzz with Natasha Armstrong and Phil Leirness brings some key directorial advice to Tessa Snart and Holly McGratten.

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23
Mar
2017

The Stone Tapes Symposium 2017 Daphne Ashbrook and Graeme Harper

In which actress/writer/singer Daphne Ashbrook and Director Graeme Harper share their adventures in film-making encompassing `Jag`, NCIS` `Doctor Who`, `War & Peace` and more in conversation with Alex Lewczuk.

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23
Mar
2017

The Stone Tapes Sympopsium 2017- Raising the Capital

In which Film-Maker Darren J Scales and Bafta award winning Director Graeme Harper consider the challenges of contemporary film making with particular focus on Darkwave- Edge of the Storm.

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23
Mar
2017

The Stone Tapes Symposium 2017- The Graphic Novel

In which writer George Mann shares some of the processes of producing quality comic books with lead writer Robin Pierce from Starburst Magazine and premier fantasy writer Sam Stone- chaired by Alex Lewczuk.

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23
Mar
2017

The Stone Tapes Symposium 2017- Disability and SF

In which writer/blogger/editor Patricia H Ash shares her thoughts on the representation of disability in Science Fiction and Fantasy.

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23
Mar
2017

The Stone Tapes Symposium 2017

In which Professor Fiona Moore and Alan Stevens launch the day with a consideration of post-colonialism and `Doctor Who`.

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23
Mar
2017

A Brief history of television

Originally delivered as part of the Comparative Media Histories module by Alex Lewczuk

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23
Mar
2017

The Swinging Sixties

In which Alex lewczuk reviews some of the many elements of fashion, film and music which encompassed the British culture of the 1960`s.

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