Resonance FM: Heritage at a World in London

Heritage at a World in London on Resonance FM explores the diverse connections in museums and historic homes.

Each week one of our SOCL trainees finds new ways of interpreting the UK’s leading cultural institutions, illustrated by specially selected playlists of sound clips, interviews and music from around the World. Discussing forgotten histories, contemporary art and community engagement, the shows provide a unique insight into the work of SOCL trainees and their diversity-led approach to arts and heritage.The shows are hosted by DJ Ritu and produced by Layla Gatens, Communications and Project Coordinator at Culture&.  

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Listen to the shows here:

Re-animating Archives
Layla Gatens, Culture&

Social Radicalism and Making the Arts for Everyone
Charlotte Anderton, Southbank Centre

Inconspicuous Heritage: Exploring LTM’s Collections
Donata Miller, London Transport Museum

Transported by Women
Natasha Cambridge, London Transport Museum

Hidden Histories at Kensington Palace: The Georgians
Jatinder Kailey, Historic Royal Palaces

Diverse Histories
Shereen Hunte, Historic Royal Palaces

In Search of Hidden Histories
Freya Monk-McGowan, Norfolk Museum Service

Royal Collection Trust: Presenting Magnificence
Alice Houghton, Royal Collection Trust

Collecting the Royal Collection Trust
Tanaya Basu De Sarkar, Royal Collection Trust

Unlocking the Remarkable World of Henrietta Howard at Marble Hill House
Mica Mannix, English Heritage

Birmingham and Its People
Emma McNicol, Birmingham Museums Trust

Community Spirit with The British Library
Amber Perrier, British Library

Then and Now: Connecting 1917 to the Present
Samuel Ali, Museum of Croydon

Herbert Toms, Original Hipster of Brighton
Henrik Yau, Brighton and Hove Museums

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