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

Join Festival of Debate on Facebook Live and YouTube for the third of its weekly shows.

The Arts and Culture industries have been some of the worst affected by the Covid-19 crisis. How can this sector weather the crisis and how can it respond? Sara Hill (Theatre Deli) hosts this programme alongside a selection of representatives from Sheffield’s arts and culture organisations to discuss these issues.

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Racial Justice Network: Resist, Remember, Repair

Calls to ‘decolonise’ are now commonplace on UK university campuses and activist spaces. In this interview, Racial Justice Network and African Voices Platform discuss the term, its historical and socio-political context, and its radical impetus.

CMC 2013 Keynote: Frank Cottrell Boyce

The writer of Millions and 24 Hour Party People, and a key collaborator on the Olympic Opening Ceremony, shares a view on the power of story.

Sister, Sister

Two sisters, Warda and Sundus Yassin, discuss how books and poetry have impacted their relationship and reflect on their favourite sisters in literary texts. Sundus is an original member of TLC and Warda is a school teacher and award-winning poet.

Beginnings of Brand with Heather Ditch

Freelance brand planner and copywriter Heather Ditch hosts an online workshop about the importance of branding. What does brand mean, why does it matter, what should it tell the world and how can you start to explore and express your own?