Category Archives: Redbricks Radio
This Sunday (4th September) the Loiterers Resistance Movements monthly wander around town was recorded for Manchester Mule and Redbricks Radio. Host Morag Rose took walkers on a ‘beer’ tour of the city. A pub crawl but without the drinking, looking … Continue reading
This is show one of Antony’s African Anthems. Sounds of Africa from the present but mostly the past hand picked by selector Antony. This show looks mainly at Congolese Music and draws from the huge and excellent music blogs – … Continue reading
This is a recording of a creative consultation which was a product of local redbricks people teaming up with BCA landscape architects to come up with some ideas for Hulme St. In case you didn’t know, Hulme St is going … Continue reading
Redbricks Radio Launch party, which crazily happened at the Sally on the Day. DJ’s – Comedy – Quiz Sat 14th May – 8-10pm Manchester City won the FA and United got the Premiership. This meant that just about everyone in … Continue reading
The encore of the Autonomads at Hulme St – Royal Reggae party 29th April 2011 at the Redbricks. The forget the wedding, who are the royal family event of the City, this party rocked hard with warm fuzzy edges. More … Continue reading
Part One – Redbricks Radio – Spider Park and Birley Fields. Adele and Leonie bring us some of the history and updates on Spider Park, a neglected part on the edge of the Redbricks Estate in Manchester. Then Tamasin interviews … Continue reading
Redbricks Radio at Mule Show – 3rd March 2011 News on Levenshulme Pool campaign, Sure Start campaign, Cutters protesting against cuts, Don’t close Procters campaign and Right to Stay campaign. And news of upcoming demos and actions.
This is a short report about the imminent closure of Procters Youth Centre in Hulme. Maria tells us about a petition to stop this. How will this affect the local community?
This recording was a workshop in the form of a Radio show which happened on the 15th December 2010 at the OK Cafe, a squatted cafe space in central Manchester. The idea was to do a skill share on popular … Continue reading