Tune into The Verb on BBC Radio 3 (a "cabaret of the word, featuring the best poetry, new writing and performances...") this Friday to hear a new, short-form radioplay by Ergo Phizmiz called UPSIDEDOWNISMS.
From Radio 3:
Valerie Bloom performs new writing especially comissioned for The Verb, and talks about her use of the Creole language and the importance of oral story telling in her work.
Poet Kenneth Stevens has translated the award winning Norwegian writer Lars Saabye Christensen, and presents a Verb masterclass on his work - novels such as the Model and The Half Brother.
And composer, writer and artist Ergo Phizmiz presents a scientific-operatic treatise on the art and mechanics of turning things upside down
The programme broadcasts at 10pm GMT, 20/01/12. Listen live at BBC Radio 3, or on BBC iPlayer for one week after the broadcast.
- Cold Collation
- Some Folk Can
- The Faust Cycle
- Ergo Phizmiz Soundtracks the World
- Creative Commons music
- Pop Up Book
- The Noel Coward Trilogy
- Disco Organ!
- Cover Versions
- Kid's Disco!
- Murder in Sonora
- A Fairytale of World War II
- Fulcanelli's Shoes
Thursday, 19 January 2012
UPSIDEDOWNISMS, by Ergo Phizmiz, on The Verb, BBC Radio 3, 20/01/12
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