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

The fantastic community at Foodhall now have their own radio station! And its timing couldn't be better, launching during lockdown.

You can tune in online every weekend, for a diverse range of shows featuring music, art, conversation and more – all with the Foodhall ethos of tackling social isolation and encouraging integration.

"Our radio hosts don't need to be professional DJs or performers and we welcome all levels of experience and forms of expression. We hope that radio hosts will share music that is meaningful to them. We encourage sounds from across cultures and languages, genres and movements."

Tune in every weekend

Follow the link below to listen to past shows on Mixcloud.

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Virtually Global!

Live world music and culture from Middle East and Africa hosted by cultural commentator Ayse Balkose. Featuring four artists who originally arrived in the UK as refugees, who'll be live from their own home music-spaces with songs and conversation.

Rave Trilogy

Video artist Rebecca Salvadori presents her most recent films documenting and exploring contemporary rave culture. Hosted online by Sheffield's No Bounds Festival.

VOX

Video highlights of a unique performance, exploring the musical diversity of the city through singing and live coding. Arranged by SONA and featuring 15 live vocal performances across six indoor and outdoor stages at DINA, for Migration Matters 2018.

CMC 2016 Keynote: Lemn Sissay

Poet Lemn Sissay presents a talk titled ‘Superman was a Foundling’. In a wide sweep exploring childhood, and the outsider at the heart of popular culture, Lemn reveals much about the role of divergence and difference in our lives.