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Current Episode, October 2014

Mark Cosgrove, Watershed's Cinema Curator, talks about Watershed's upcoming season Sci Fi: Days of Fear and Wonder which boldly celebrates the ever popular genre of science fiction with re-released classics, an in depth look at Afrofuturism and an evening featuring the sound of sci-fi and a screening of Silent Running at the magnificent Eden Project. Mark is also joined by three of Watershed's Future Producers to talk about the sci fi imbued screenings and events they have created as part of the season, taking in late night screenings, a weekend of free events and a Blind Date screening as part of Fun Palaces, plus a range of family activities over October half-term. 

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Previous Episode, September 2014

Clare Reddington, Watershed's Creative Director, discusses the positive aspects of play and how we can use the infrastructures of cities to make people think about where they live and how they connect with each other. Clare also talks about ways to get playful at Watershed this month from Shadowing – a new artwork that connects people at dusk across Bristol through play, to the Making the City Playable conference and through playful cinematic visions of how we might work, rest and play in the future.

You can also listen to this podcast directly as an mp3 audio file.