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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

Writer Désirée Reynolds reads excerpts from her novel Seduce and discusses diaspora, race and protest through writing in this podcast. Seduce, set on a mythical islands in the Caribbean, weaves a captivating tale of relationships and ghosts.

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A collaboration with Off the Shelf Festival.

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Content in the Time of Corona

The third CMC webinar explores what’s being commissioned and made for kids that responds to or reflects the crisis – in TV, digital and social media – with expert analysis from CMC’s top regular rapporteurs and research into commissioning trends.

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The authors of Slay In Your Lane are back with another inspirational book centred on the experiences and successes of Black British women. Tune in to their chat with author/artistic director Sharna Jackson about their new anthology, Loud Black Girls.

The Hum of Words Beneath our Feet: A Poetry Show from Change the Word

A bold global poetry show. Featuring Change the Word collectives from Sheffield and Coventry. With poets from DRC, Ethiopia, Guyana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Pakistan, Sudan and the UK, exploring what it means to be separate, connected, and to find hope.