Goodwin Sands Radiogram | 33/45 rpm

Thu 28-03-24 - Doors at 7:30 pm

Fruitworks Coworking
1-2 Jewry Ln, Canterbury CT1 2NP

The Goodwin Sands Radiogram is an award-winning documentary podcast about the lives of people on the south east coast of Britain, presented as a pirate broadcast from an imagined ship cast aground on the infamous Goodwin Sands near Deal in Kent. This live version of the podcast focuses on stories of the sea, touching on themes of ecology, political protest, psychogeography and the shipping forecast.

Pre-recorded interviews are framed by old-school radio presentation and live improvised sound and music. Expect intimate, surprising, funny and moving insights into life by the sea.

The poet Sam Simmons and sound artist Ben Horner are turning 33 and 45 this year. Reflecting on both birthdays, this performance grew from their shared love of 33 and 45 rpm vinyl records and Bill Drummond’s book 45 (Drummond was co-founder of avant-garde pop band KLF).

Sponsors and Partners:

Arts Council Enland Project Grants logo
Supported by Arts Council England Project Grants
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