London Fields Radio looking for street art show

Hey everyone, I run London Fields Radio, a micro station in the corner of the Wilton Way Cafe. We are looking for a regular street art show for the station, to be recorded in the booth in the cafe and hosted on our website. Please drop me a line if you are interested in heading up this exciting opportunity. And if you’re into other things besides street art, look out for my spam about needing shows on some of the other threads too. Katekate@londonfieldsradio.com About London Fields RadioIn the corner of a coffee shop, tucked away on a quiet street in east London, a micro radio revolution is taking place… London Fields Radio is a unique local station that creates podcasts for the creative community of London Fields in Hackney and beyond direct from the window of The Wilton Way Café.London Fields Radio produces a range of quality and specialised broadcasts with an emphasis on good old-fashioned conversation, inspired by Wilton’s delectable blend of coffee, and authoritative and eclectic musical selections. They are filled with the diverse and vibrant characters that live nearby and aim to represent all aspects of the E8 neighbourhood, which can especially be seen and heard during their live broadcasts at Wilton Way’s now-infamous street parties.We bring together a diverse programme of compelling online radio with a local identity for global appeal. People who have appeared on LFR include Tom Vek, Girlcore, Angelique Houtkamp, Drums of Death, Ragga Twins, Tricity Vogue, Secousse Sound System, Anika, Disco Bloodbath, Pale Blue Door, Mumdance, Charlie Dark, Hannah Holland and Rough Trade.If you would like to join our radio revolution, do get in touch with your ideas for shows or why you want to be part of our team of producers.Contact: kate@londonfieldsradio.com (new shows) and sarah@londonfieldsradio.com (new producers).

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  1. hi we’d be up for doing a radio show about our work with studio75 and the King’s Land project, murals on a  semi derelict housing estate in hackney. see http://www.kingslandmural.co.uk for more info and let us know if u r interested.we did a radio show for Berlin Radio On earlier in the month but nothing for London yet.you can hear someof that on the king’s land film: http://vimeo.com/39961020

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