Movement

Feb 05, 05:30 AM
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In Episode 3, Ana Kinsella and Stevie Mackenzie-Smith discuss movement. Novelist Sharlene Teo tells us about moving from Singapore to the UK, and we talk about dressing for the dancefloor with curator Tory Turk. Foreign correspondent Sally Hayden shares how she packs for overseas assignments. Our latest instalment of Loved and Lost comes from author Sophie Mackintosh.

Plus, Stevie takes a trip.

Super Sharp is at Fashion Space Gallery until April 21st. Read about it here http://www.fashionspacegallery.com/exhibition/super-sharp/

Find Sally on Twitter https://twitter.com/sallyhayd

Sharlene Teo’s novel Ponti will be published by Picador on April 14th / https://twitter.com/treebirds

Sophie Mackintosh’s novel The Water Cure is out on May 24th / https://twitter.com/fairfairisles

Ana would like to note that Social Dance at the Southbank Centre is not only for the elderly, and you can find all details here: https://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/festivals-series/social-dance#overview

Lucky Cloud Sound System is now in its 14th year and takes place quarterly at the Rose Lipman Building in De Beauvoir Town. Resident Advisor published a long read on its history and philosophy last month https://www.residentadvisor.net/features/3123

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Music: E's Jammy Jams - Arabian Sand (via YouTube Music Library), Blue Dot Sessions - The Shoes They Wear (via Free Music Archive), Blue Dot Sessions - Grand Caravan (via Free Music Archive), Kevin Macleod - Aurea Carmina (via Free Music Archive), Simon Mathewson - Son of Soloman (Garage Remix) (via Free Music Archive), Aaron Lieberman - Gypsy Stroll (via YouTube Music Library)

Production by Lucy Dearlove.