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Occupy the Airwaves on International Women’s Day, 8 March

8th March 2017 @ 08:00

Dr Ina Linge (English) and Dr Jen Grove (Centre for Medical History) will be taking part in this event to celebrate International Women’s Day on Exeter’s Community Radio station, Phonic FM.

Individuals and groups of women and girls, from Exeter and the surrounding area, will create, programme and produce exciting radio programmes which will be transmitted across a 16-hour period on International Women’s Day, 8 March 2017.

This will be an opportunity for a diverse range of women and girls to share their stories, music, histories and hopes for the future, in a protected space. We are seeking to broaden the range of producers and audience for local radio and in particular for programmes created & made by women.

Documenting the programmes will be part of Dreadnought’s project and an archive of stories will emerge to mark the diversity of Exeter’s women and girls in the twenty-first century. Various community groups and partners have been identified so far: Devon United Women, Exeter Mosque women’s group, Global Women’s Network (Exeter), Fawcett Devon, Devon Rape & Sexual Abuse Services, Phonic FM & Exeter College.

Ina and Jen are curating a programme of LGBTQ+ heritage and history and will be discussing the projects Sex & History, Sex in Six Objects and Rethinking Sexology. Their programme will be on air 3-4.30pm.

If you’d like to get involved, please contact Charlie Parker: charlie.dreadnoughtsw@gmail.com.

We look forward to you joining us as we Occupy the Airwaves on 8 March!

Details

Date:
8th March 2017
Time:
08:00
Event Category:
Website:
http://phonic.fm/2017/occupy-the-airwaves-on-international-womens-day-8-march/

Organiser

Dreadnought South West
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