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StAnza Podcast 2010 21st March
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March 21, 2010 01:52 PM PDT
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In our Sunday podcast, we include highlights from the Border Crossings event with Canadian Gaelic poet Lewis Mackinnon and Croatian Mario Susko. Rob A Mackenzie reads a poem which could not have existed without the internet. Director's Cut poet Jen Hadfield reads some poems about Canada and Shetland and we include two poems from Mario Petrucci on science and love.

StAnza Podcast 2010 20th March
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March 20, 2010 04:08 PM PDT
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Today's podcast is infused with the two themes of this year's festival - Myth and Legend and the Director's Cut. In the former we have an excerpt from the Poetry Breakfast which featured Moniza Alvi, Tiffany Atkinson, Stephen Halliwell and Rebecca Seiferle discussing myths in poetry. In the latter we feature two great Scottish poets Tom Pow and John Glenday. We also have the pleasure to include a fragment from the Past Poets event on Ivor Cutler with his publisher and friend Tony Ward. And we got the chance to listen to the marvellous Clydebuilt poets Christie Williamson, Chloe Morrish, Susan Rosser and Gordon McInnes in the Younger Poets showcase as well as speak to one of its founders, Jim Carruth.

StAnza Podcast 2010 19th March
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March 19, 2010 03:21 PM PDT
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In Friday's edition of the StAnza Festival podcast, we feature an excerpt from Thursday's StAnza lecture by Grevel Lindop as well as choice selections from the Younger Poets' Showcase event featuring Swithun Cooper, Catriona Lexy Campbell and Andreas Unterweger. We also have the pleasure to include another of Brian Johnstone's Director's Cut events featuring Grevel again - this time with his poet hat on - and award winning poet Jean Sprackland. StAnza podcast supremo Al Innes catches up with our artist in resident Jay Bernard and we finish up with the StAnza writer in residence Kei Miller reading from his as yet unpublished collection "A Light Song of Light".

StAnza Podcast 2010 18th March
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March 19, 2010 02:00 AM PDT
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In our Thursday night podcast we have a distinct Mediterranean flavour with Valerio Magrelli accompanied by Anna Crowe, Luiz Muñoz with his translator John Burnside, Scottish poet Hamish Whyte, translator and poet Anna Crowe and Cumbrian Jacob Polley.

[StAnza 2010] Opening Night, Wednesday 17th
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March 17, 2010 06:06 PM PDT
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We celebrate St Patrick's Day on the opening night of the 2010 StAnza festival with Irish poets Anne Marie Fyfe and Moya Cannon, Irish musicians Dordán and poet/musician/critic Cahal Dallat and add a Caribbean twist from Jamaican poet Kei Miller.

StAnza Podcast 2009 22nd March - Day 5
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March 24, 2009 06:42 AM PDT
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On our final festival day, we've got interviews with Hardeep Singh Kohli and Jay Parini; excerpts from today's Poetry Breakfast on whether poets or actors are better readers of verse; a chance to hear Burns expert Drew Clegg explore his love of the bard; and Poetry Cabaret with the wonderful Elvis McGonigle. With thanks to musicians Ewen Maclean and Gill Bowman for their permission to use their music in this podcast. Produced and presented by Colin Fraser for StAnza.

StAnza Podcast 2009 21st March - Day 4
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March 24, 2009 10:31 AM PDT
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Ian Rankin, Roddy Lumsden and others discuss the difference between music lyrics and poetry. Robert Crawford and Angus Peter Campbell give different perspectives on Scottish Poets of the Enlightenment. Roddy Lumsden reads from his new collection Third Wish Wasted. And we visit StAnza's Poetry Market to speak to Read This Magazine, Magma and chat to Colin Will about his Homecoming Haiku challenge. With thanks to musicians Ewen Maclean and Gill Bowman for their permission to use their music in this podcast. Produced and presented by Colin Fraser for StAnza

StAnza Podcast 2009 20th March - Day 3
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March 20, 2009 07:09 PM PDT
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The choicest cuts from today's StAnza poetry festival. Includes an interview with and poetry from Swiss based sound poetry outfit Trio Pas Lundi; a chance to hear from StAnza lecturer Jay Parini on his memories of Alastair Reid and Jorge Luis Borges; excerpts from today's Poetry Breakfast on the state of Scottish poetry including Stuart Kelly and Roddy Lumsden, experimental poetry from Peter McCarey and a Dalek Love Song.

StAnza Podcast 2009 19th March Day 2
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March 19, 2009 05:49 PM PDT
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In our first full day podcast, we've got excerpts from this year's StAnza discussion, where Kate Clanchy, Thomas A Clark, David Mach, Peter McCarey and Stephen Scobie explore Scottish identity and Homecoming within the context of the national's poetic heritage. We've also got a reading from Stephen Scobie's new collection "Robert Louis Stevenson:From World's End" and a few kind words from poets Robert Crawford and Kate Clanchy about StAnza. Produced and presented by Colin Fraser.

StAnza 2009 Opening Night Podcast
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March 19, 2009 12:12 AM PDT
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Capturing some of the excitement of StAnza's spectacular opening evening, we have an interview with David Mach, sculptor and Burns burner; poems from acclaimed poets Bill Manhire and Kate Clanchy; music from the amazing Sheena Wellington; and the StAnza 2009 opening speech from Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond. With thanks to Gill Bowman and Ewen Maclean for use of their tracks. Produced and presented by Colin Fraser for StAnza.

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