In this podcast which was recorded last year (it’s a long story which I won’t go into now) Matt Abbott describes his meteoric rise to fame as Skint and Demoralised and his equally sudden descent into the streets of Ossett to be er, skint and demoralised…
Don’t worry though, everything turns out all right as Matt is now a leading light in A Firm of Poets which is a touring troupe of spoken word artistes.
He also runs a vintage shop in Wakefield so his empire is starting to grow and he’s still only twenty six years old! I had a great time chatting to this terrific bloke so enjoy the conversation
I think we’re talking leaving your car here, rather than the popular and, let’s face it, delicious cake you eat around Bonfire night. Enjoy.
The one where Ivor talks to Steve Manthorp and Harrison Richards about Feet…
In which Ivor chats to John Popham and Thomas Forth about loads of things… Enjoy.
We’ve been mulling it over for a while. but finally Ivor broke and bought a microphone for his iPad. Once this was in his hand there was no stopping him. So here we are the first Bettakultcha podcast.
The purchase of the microphone coincided with Bettakultcha doing four sets at Beacons Festival, so we thought what better way to start the Bettakultcha podcasts than with a review of what went on that wet weekend in August.
Bettakultcha podcast – Episode 1
We have loads of other podcasts “in the can” already which feature extended discussions with some of the presenters who have spoken at Bettakultcha over the last few years.
This first podcast is on SoundCloud only at the moment, but we’ll have it available on ‘iToons’ soon (thanks Si Wilson).
Please let us know what you think in the comments.