The Argus features The Brighton Paradox
The Argus has shared news of The Brighton Paradox with its readers. Plus Episode One: THE EDGE has been released today.
always possible’s Richard Freeman, who has written and presents the podcast, said:
“This has been a labour of love, but one of open-mindedness and curiosity. This is a city of many identities, and sometimes none, so my aim has been to find out what the city really stands for in 2022 and beyond.
“We are lucky enough to have some exceptional guests and curators appearing beside me on the podcast and I am excited to be sharing it with the Brighton population.”
- Why did Brighton & Hove want to be a city?
- Was 1995 – 2008 really a ‘golden age’ for Brighton?
- Why did Brighton AND Hove happen?
- Where is the city centre?
- Brighton or Bristol?
- What sort of person landed in Brighton in the 90s/00s?
Episode contributors and credits
- Simon Fanshawe // (https://simonfanshawe.com)
- Kevin Grist // (https://electricmedway.co.uk)
- Sarah Ticho // (https://hatsumi.co.uk)
- Katherine Courtney // (https://primaryspace.org)
- Donna Close // (https://www.linkedin.com/in/donnaclose/)
- Jenni Lloyd // (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennilloyd/)
- Ian Trevett // (https://www.rubixvt.com)
- Darren Fell // (http://crunch.co.uk)
- Claire Mason // (www.manbitesdog.com)
- Boogaloo Stu // (https://boogaloostu.co.uk)
- John Varah // (https://samesky.co.uk)
- Andy Budd // (https://www.andybudd.com)
- Rob Jones-Mantle // (https://magpie.coop)
- Ian Elwick // (https://www.werksgroup.org.uk)