Arts Review project by Belinda Subraman. Featuring interviews with Anne Beaker, Alice Aida Ayers, Ana Christy, Jeff Sirkin, Alain Pernot, Catfish McDaris, Michael D. Amitin, Charley Weber, Beau Blue, Sarah Hussin, Vernon Frazer, Dan Raphael and Ken Clinger.
February 2020. Gérard Mosiniak. International chef, Punk/Pub Rocker and partner in London restaurants with Roxy Music’s Andy Mackay, amongst others. Gérard gives some recipes, talks about Nellcôte and working as an executive chef in some fantastic places.
Hailing from Cork in Ireland, in 2015 Stephanie released an emotionally powerful song and video, ‘Please Don’t Go’, about her brother who, sadly, died of cancer. The video and song quickly went viral and notched up a few million views online. Since then Stephanie’s career has been going from strength to strength and after Donovan and his wife Linda saw her at a concert in Ireland they invited her to perform at the Golden Stone tribute concert for Brian Jones.
Kim talks about her new found experience of being recognised by the public as Poet Laureate, often at the strangest moments; the good and the bad behavioural gains and losses of the countercultural movement, as well as the seductive nature of live performing.
I’ve mostly been a producer/editor with some writing and producing in music, organisation, film and documentaries. But I work mostly in film and multimedia. At a certain point – if doors open more easily, like they seem to for the Ragamuffin book – you have to focus on the area where the response is strongest, which seems to be writing.