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Mandatory Redistribution Party

As it enters its second season, Sean Morley and Jack Evans tell us about their unusual but sensational political comedy podcast, a unique blend of comedy, frightening dystopian visions and 'radical left lore'.

Coloniality in the NHS – A Call for Change

This year has highlighted both the importance of the NHS and our society’s deep structural racism. The NHS is itself not immune to racism, which stems from Britain’s colonial past.

Okapi Books

A new South Yorkshire imprint want to open up literature for everyone using audio, art and digital experiences.

Desiree Reynolds Writing From The Richest Of Places

Desiree Reynolds has curated the Black Women Write Now strand of this year’s Off The Shelf Festival of Words, which captures the essence of Toni Morrison’s proclamation that being a black woman writer is not a shallow place, but a rich place to write from.

Sheffield Community Contact Tracers

The story of how a group of retired healthcare professionals in Sheffield were shocked by the government’s approach to coronavirus contract tracing – and decided they could do better.

Luke Vibert 'I'm never that far away from the amen!'

Controller of the genre-spanning Wagon Christ, Plug and Amen Andrew monikers, among many others, Luke Vibert's varied and prolific output challenges the stereotypical image of the po-faced electronic artiste.

David Olusoga On structural racism, the TV industry and white allyship

In a year that has highlighted vast structural inequalities, Annalisa Toccara speaks to David Olusoga about his MacTaggart Lecture, what white allyship means, and how society can address racial disparities, ahead of David’s appearance at Off The Shelf Festival of Words.