6 documentary makers from across the country have crafted a series of thought provoking and intimate journeys for you to adventure on.
From the streets of Vietnam to the life of a disabled young person in London. The lives that make up this planet are a patchwork that we can pulled together to build something beautiful.
|9 Jul 2017||3:35pm - 3:40pm||The Climb - Produced by Mae - Li Evans. Isaac Mundy competes in hill climbs. Follow his existential crisis on one gruelling journey.||Listen|
|9 Jul 2017||3:07pm - 3:35pm||The Street - Produced by Sasha Edye-Linder. An exploration of the street in III parts; how it is used and how it inspires, from Vietnam to Colombia to Lewisham.||Listen|
|9 Jul 2017||2:45pm - 3:07pm||Where Is Brian A Journey Through Bilingualism - Produced by Ella Atcheson. Learning a foreign language is an inspiring, fulfilling and wonderful way to bring people together, bridging gaps culturally and geographically as well as linguistically.||Listen|
|9 Jul 2017||2:25pm - 2:45pm||The World is Your Barbershop -Produced by Muyiwa Adigun. What does a barbershop sound like to you? Muyiwa Adigun explores the ins and outs of barbering and just how the shape-up can shape young men.||Listen|
|9 Jul 2017||2:15pm - 2:25pm||The Cut - Produced by Mary Holditch. How much is our ideology connected to our identity and what happens when the two violently contradict each other? The Cut is a real life story recounting of one women's attempt to come to terms with her bad behaviour.||Listen|
|9 Jul 2017||2:00pm - 2:15pm||The Drop - Produced by Isabel Baylis. Young disabled people are leaving education and plunging into the employment market alone, without knowledge of their rights, support systems or role models. Three disabled people tell their stories.||Listen|