25 for 25: episode 2016

Tom Michael hits rewind on the legacy of Video Difference and Rebecca Thomas speaks truth about her time as poet laureate.

This week on the podcast we're joined by Tom Michael, owner of the dearly departed Video Difference, who shares his memories of running Halifax's beloved cinematic landmark.

Then, former HRM poet laureate Rebecca Thomas is with us in the studio, talking about spoken word, Cornwallis and her history of activism.

All this plus Jacob uncovers missing evidence, Tara writes about the changing music scene and we argue about the Internet Black Widow.


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