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The Arts Programme – 132 – Terror & Video Shops

This sci-fi and terror show is nostalgic in all the right ways.

This week we spoke to Allan Bryce, the man behing Darkfest’s terror, Darkside and Infinity Magazine and we finished our low-down on the best galleries to visit in London this summer; including a Reframed: Women In The Window and Rainham’s Secret Artists.

In the Second half of the show we chatted about the horror (film that is) that led to Singh Lall producing The Video Shop Of Terror Anthologies.

We also had a furturistic playlist that was back to the future! Playing songs from the aforementioned stage show, Hamish Patel’s ‘Yesterday’, a bit of Busted and that all so famous War of the Worlds opening track!

One more time!

Listen again to The Arts Programme…

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The Arts Programme - 132 - Terror & Video Shops
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Claire Gevaux and Natalie Bays

The Arts Programme – 132 – Terror & Video Shops

This sci-fi and terror show is nostalgic in all the right ways.

This week we spoke to Allan Bryce, the man behing Darkfest’s terror, Darkside and Infinity Magazine and we finished our low-down on the best galleries to visit in London this summer; including a Reframed: Women In The Window and Rainham’s Secret Artists.

In the Second half of the show we chatted about the horror (film that is) that led to Singh Lall producing The Video Shop Of Terror Anthologies.

We also had a furturistic playlist that was back to the future! Playing songs from the aforementioned stage show, Hamish Patel’s ‘Yesterday’, a bit of Busted and that all so famous War of the Worlds opening track!

One more time!

Listen again to The Arts Programme…

Popular Film Mention: The Mask of The Devil

terror

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
The Arts Programme - 132 - Terror & Video Shops
The Arts Programme
Claire Gevaux and Natalie Bays

The Arts Programme – 132 – Terror & Video Shops

This sci-fi and terror show is nostalgic in all the right ways.

This week we spoke to Allan Bryce, the man behing Darkfest’s terror, Darkside and Infinity Magazine and we finished our low-down on the best galleries to visit in London this summer; including a Reframed: Women In The Window and Rainham’s Secret Artists.

In the Second half of the show we chatted about the horror (film that is) that led to Singh Lall producing The Video Shop Of Terror Anthologies.

We also had a furturistic playlist that was back to the future! Playing songs from the aforementioned stage show, Hamish Patel’s ‘Yesterday’, a bit of Busted and that all so famous War of the Worlds opening track!

One more time!

Listen again to The Arts Programme…

Popular Film Mention: The Mask of The Devil

terror

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
The Arts Programme - 132 - Terror & Video Shops
The Arts Programme
Claire Gevaux and Natalie Bays

The Arts Programme – 132 – Terror & Video Shops

This sci-fi and terror show is nostalgic in all the right ways.

This week we spoke to Allan Bryce, the man behing Darkfest’s terror, Darkside and Infinity Magazine and we finished our low-down on the best galleries to visit in London this summer; including a Reframed: Women In The Window and Rainham’s Secret Artists.

In the Second half of the show we chatted about the horror (film that is) that led to Singh Lall producing The Video Shop Of Terror Anthologies.

We also had a furturistic playlist that was back to the future! Playing songs from the aforementioned stage show, Hamish Patel’s ‘Yesterday’, a bit of Busted and that all so famous War of the Worlds opening track!

One more time!

Listen again to The Arts Programme…

Popular Film Mention: The Mask of The Devil

terror

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
The Arts Programme - 132 - Terror & Video Shops
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