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Hamish Jenkinson – Musical Meanderings 8th January 2012

On Sunday I had the honour of being joined on the phone by Hamish Jenkinson, creative director of the Old Vic Tunnels, trustee of the Kevin Spacey Foundation and Chairman of Free The Children UK.
I met Hamish back in November at a Ditto Campfire event co-organised by Alicia Bastos who joined me before Christmas. He spoke about his life story, from his education in a Rudolf Steiner school, through his career as an actor before following his dream into directing where he ended up working with Guy Ritchie, Madonna, then Kevin Spacey at the Old Vic theatre. This then unfolded into discovering the Old Vic Tunnels where he has staged wonderful events, then into recently becoming chairman of Free the Children UK.
I couldn’t wait to bring him onto Musical Meanderings to share these stories with the listeners, which were more great examples of the benefits of living your purpose and following your passions. I managed to catch him on the phone after another busy weekend which included a visit to the Secret Cinema which it was great to hear about too. You can listen to it all again here:

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/080112_Podcast.mp3|titles=080112_Podcast]

www.oldvictunnels.com

www.kevinspaceyfoundation.com

www.freethechildren.com

Here’s the playlist for the 8th January 2012 (Albums in brackets)
1.  Sugarcubes – Hit                                           (Stick Around For Joy)
2.  Van Halen – Mean Street                            (Fair Warning)
3.  David Lee Roth – Shy Boy                           (Eat ‘Em and Smile)
4.  Public Image Limited – Bags                       (Album)
5.  The Beatles – Do Want You Want To Do  (Rubber Soul)
6.  Stevie Wonder – Higher Ground                (Innervisions)
7.  The Doors – Newborn Awakening              (American Prayer)
8.  Rollins Band – Shine                                     (Weight)
9.  David Bowie – Golden Years                        (Station to Station)
10. Tindersticks – Slippin’ Shoes                      (The Something Rain)
11. Peter Broderick – Human Eyeballs on Toast     (How They Are)
12. Efterklang – Hands Playing Butterfly         (Under Giant Trees)
13. Deaf Centre – Limn                                        (Neon City)

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Hamish Jenkinson – Musical Meanderings 8th January 2012

On Sunday I had the honour of being joined on the phone by Hamish Jenkinson, creative director of the Old Vic Tunnels, trustee of the Kevin Spacey Foundation and Chairman of Free The Children UK.
I met Hamish back in November at a Ditto Campfire event co-organised by Alicia Bastos who joined me before Christmas. He spoke about his life story, from his education in a Rudolf Steiner school, through his career as an actor before following his dream into directing where he ended up working with Guy Ritchie, Madonna, then Kevin Spacey at the Old Vic theatre. This then unfolded into discovering the Old Vic Tunnels where he has staged wonderful events, then into recently becoming chairman of Free the Children UK.
I couldn’t wait to bring him onto Musical Meanderings to share these stories with the listeners, which were more great examples of the benefits of living your purpose and following your passions. I managed to catch him on the phone after another busy weekend which included a visit to the Secret Cinema which it was great to hear about too. You can listen to it all again here:

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/080112_Podcast.mp3|titles=080112_Podcast]

www.oldvictunnels.com

www.kevinspaceyfoundation.com

www.freethechildren.com

Here’s the playlist for the 8th January 2012 (Albums in brackets)
1.  Sugarcubes – Hit                                           (Stick Around For Joy)
2.  Van Halen – Mean Street                            (Fair Warning)
3.  David Lee Roth – Shy Boy                           (Eat ‘Em and Smile)
4.  Public Image Limited – Bags                       (Album)
5.  The Beatles – Do Want You Want To Do  (Rubber Soul)
6.  Stevie Wonder – Higher Ground                (Innervisions)
7.  The Doors – Newborn Awakening              (American Prayer)
8.  Rollins Band – Shine                                     (Weight)
9.  David Bowie – Golden Years                        (Station to Station)
10. Tindersticks – Slippin’ Shoes                      (The Something Rain)
11. Peter Broderick – Human Eyeballs on Toast     (How They Are)
12. Efterklang – Hands Playing Butterfly         (Under Giant Trees)
13. Deaf Centre – Limn                                        (Neon City)

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Hamish Jenkinson – Musical Meanderings 8th January 2012

On Sunday I had the honour of being joined on the phone by Hamish Jenkinson, creative director of the Old Vic Tunnels, trustee of the Kevin Spacey Foundation and Chairman of Free The Children UK.
I met Hamish back in November at a Ditto Campfire event co-organised by Alicia Bastos who joined me before Christmas. He spoke about his life story, from his education in a Rudolf Steiner school, through his career as an actor before following his dream into directing where he ended up working with Guy Ritchie, Madonna, then Kevin Spacey at the Old Vic theatre. This then unfolded into discovering the Old Vic Tunnels where he has staged wonderful events, then into recently becoming chairman of Free the Children UK.
I couldn’t wait to bring him onto Musical Meanderings to share these stories with the listeners, which were more great examples of the benefits of living your purpose and following your passions. I managed to catch him on the phone after another busy weekend which included a visit to the Secret Cinema which it was great to hear about too. You can listen to it all again here:

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/080112_Podcast.mp3|titles=080112_Podcast]

www.oldvictunnels.com

www.kevinspaceyfoundation.com

www.freethechildren.com

Here’s the playlist for the 8th January 2012 (Albums in brackets)
1.  Sugarcubes – Hit                                           (Stick Around For Joy)
2.  Van Halen – Mean Street                            (Fair Warning)
3.  David Lee Roth – Shy Boy                           (Eat ‘Em and Smile)
4.  Public Image Limited – Bags                       (Album)
5.  The Beatles – Do Want You Want To Do  (Rubber Soul)
6.  Stevie Wonder – Higher Ground                (Innervisions)
7.  The Doors – Newborn Awakening              (American Prayer)
8.  Rollins Band – Shine                                     (Weight)
9.  David Bowie – Golden Years                        (Station to Station)
10. Tindersticks – Slippin’ Shoes                      (The Something Rain)
11. Peter Broderick – Human Eyeballs on Toast     (How They Are)
12. Efterklang – Hands Playing Butterfly         (Under Giant Trees)
13. Deaf Centre – Limn                                        (Neon City)

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Hamish Jenkinson – Musical Meanderings 8th January 2012

On Sunday I had the honour of being joined on the phone by Hamish Jenkinson, creative director of the Old Vic Tunnels, trustee of the Kevin Spacey Foundation and Chairman of Free The Children UK.
I met Hamish back in November at a Ditto Campfire event co-organised by Alicia Bastos who joined me before Christmas. He spoke about his life story, from his education in a Rudolf Steiner school, through his career as an actor before following his dream into directing where he ended up working with Guy Ritchie, Madonna, then Kevin Spacey at the Old Vic theatre. This then unfolded into discovering the Old Vic Tunnels where he has staged wonderful events, then into recently becoming chairman of Free the Children UK.
I couldn’t wait to bring him onto Musical Meanderings to share these stories with the listeners, which were more great examples of the benefits of living your purpose and following your passions. I managed to catch him on the phone after another busy weekend which included a visit to the Secret Cinema which it was great to hear about too. You can listen to it all again here:

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/080112_Podcast.mp3|titles=080112_Podcast]

www.oldvictunnels.com

www.kevinspaceyfoundation.com

www.freethechildren.com

Here’s the playlist for the 8th January 2012 (Albums in brackets)
1.  Sugarcubes – Hit                                           (Stick Around For Joy)
2.  Van Halen – Mean Street                            (Fair Warning)
3.  David Lee Roth – Shy Boy                           (Eat ‘Em and Smile)
4.  Public Image Limited – Bags                       (Album)
5.  The Beatles – Do Want You Want To Do  (Rubber Soul)
6.  Stevie Wonder – Higher Ground                (Innervisions)
7.  The Doors – Newborn Awakening              (American Prayer)
8.  Rollins Band – Shine                                     (Weight)
9.  David Bowie – Golden Years                        (Station to Station)
10. Tindersticks – Slippin’ Shoes                      (The Something Rain)
11. Peter Broderick – Human Eyeballs on Toast     (How They Are)
12. Efterklang – Hands Playing Butterfly         (Under Giant Trees)
13. Deaf Centre – Limn                                        (Neon City)

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