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ON AIR is The Decorators' audio project to create and broadcast conversations about culture, community and space in collaboration with Social Broadcasts.

Latest Episodes

1:1 with Sam Bishop

’Nothing will really happen unless people talk. People won’t really talk unless they feel comfortable to do so. You are trying to create that environment where people feel comfortable enough to share conversation.' Sam Bishop on hosting and planning Street Feast. Listen to the 1:1 with Sam Bishop by subscribing to ‘The Decorators On Air’ podcast

68 MIN2019 FEB 7
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1:1 with Sam Bishop

1:1 with Sam Bishop

1:1 with Sam Bishop, an architect and host. He talks about Street Feast, Happenings, Another Love Story & many other public gathering initiatives. ’Nothing will really happen unless people talk. People won’t really talk unless they feel comfortable to do so. You are trying to create that environment where people feel comfortable enough to share conversation.' Sam Bishop

68 MIN2019 FEB 7
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1:1 with Sam Bishop

1:1 with Tara Kennedy

"I'm interested in playground design but sometimes I find it a bit reductive. You have these designated spaces where children are meant to be in and play in and they are not the same spaces as you want to be in as an adult. How can those boundaries be collapsed so there is more visibility of children in society? This is not just an issue for those with children. Nobody arrives into the world as an adult, we are all impacted by the spaces that we are in as children...It's about the impact that designed spaces have on us as we grow." **Tara Kennedy on how the design of the built environment supports family life.** Image from Culturstruction, Commonage 2012

42 MIN2018 DEC 5
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1:1 with Tara Kennedy

1:1 with Ali Grehan, Dublin City Architect

"How do you make the public realm as beautiful as possible? It isn't just about planting greenery, it's about management... and agreed code of behaviour that everybody subscribes to and a sense that we are all really dependant on this space". **Ali Grehan, Dublin City Architect, shares her thoughts on public space as we walk from her home on Montjoy Street to Trinity College.**

49 MIN2018 SEP 19
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1:1 with Ali Grehan, Dublin City Architect

1:1 with Finn Williams

Our work at The Decorators aims to help create good public spaces; spaces where difference meets and community is built. This work is not straightforward as it revolves around a complex network of interactions. 1:1 is a series of walking conversations with people who have an active role in shaping public life. We want to find out what drives them, what keeps them going and most importantly what they can teach us. The second conversation in this series is with Finn Williams, co-founder of [Public Practice](http://www.publicpractice.org.uk/), a social enterprise that believes the UK’s most talented architects and designers should be working on the mundane buildings of our everyday environment. So Public Practice is sending them into the public sector. “Here I was able to draw on all kinds of different disciplines of powers and skills that the council had. The answer to every question was not necessarily a building, it could be changing the parking charges in a certain area or workin...

54 MIN2018 JUN 12
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1:1 with Finn Williams

1:1 with Kathrin Böhm

Our work at The Decorators aims to help create good public spaces; spaces where difference meets and community is built. This work is not straightforward as it revolves around a complex network of interactions. 1:1 is a series of walking conversations with people who have an active role in shaping public life. We want to find out what drives them, what keeps them going and most importantly what they can teach us. ‘The public realm can be simply defined as a place where strangers meet. The difference between public and private lies in the amount of knowledge one person or group has about others …… The most important fact about the public realm is what happens in it. Gathering together strangers enables certain kinds of activities which cannot happen, or do not happen as well, in the intimate private realm.’ Richard Sennett

44 MIN2018 APR 22
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1:1 with Kathrin Böhm

Garstang Road Stories

Garstang Road Stories is a series of four 1:1 conversations with business owners at four key points along a 2.7 mile stretch of the Garstang Road in Preston, UK. These conversations are part of a mapping of the Garstang Road, which we have bused, walked, photographed and in parts audio recorded to reveal some of the social, cultural and spatial delights that are to be found along this key road through Preston. These participating voices helped give us a more intimate insight into this busy road. The voices in this recording include: Sheldon Ward from We Love Hair, 26 Garstang Road Nicola Dickinson from Flame Urban Spa, 109 Garstang Road Thomas Finch from Springfield Manor Gardens, 228 Garstang Road Etty Crescenti from Slice of Sicily, 333 Garstang Road This research has been commissioned by [In Certain Places](http://incertainplaces.org/), a research project based in the city of Preston examining how artists can contribute to the development of the city. These conversations are an a...

17 MIN2018 APR 18
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Garstang Road Stories

Erith Resident Frequencies

Summary reflections from Erith residents at The Erith Lighthouse

24 MIN2017 OCT 25
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Erith Resident Frequencies

Erith Shipping Forecast: The forecast

Plain sailing or storms ahead? In this final episode of this three part conversation broadcast live at the Erith Lighthouse, we ask what's next as the project draws to a close.

32 MIN2017 SEP 29
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Erith Shipping Forecast: The forecast

Erith Shipping forecast: A place for change

The second in this three part radio discussion programme, broadcast live from Erith Lighthouse. This conversation explores how Erith has changed in the past and what are the possibilities for the future.

20 MIN2017 SEP 29
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Erith Shipping forecast: A place for change

Latest Episodes

1:1 with Sam Bishop

’Nothing will really happen unless people talk. People won’t really talk unless they feel comfortable to do so. You are trying to create that environment where people feel comfortable enough to share conversation.' Sam Bishop on hosting and planning Street Feast. Listen to the 1:1 with Sam Bishop by subscribing to ‘The Decorators On Air’ podcast

68 MIN2019 FEB 7
Comments
1:1 with Sam Bishop

1:1 with Sam Bishop

1:1 with Sam Bishop, an architect and host. He talks about Street Feast, Happenings, Another Love Story & many other public gathering initiatives. ’Nothing will really happen unless people talk. People won’t really talk unless they feel comfortable to do so. You are trying to create that environment where people feel comfortable enough to share conversation.' Sam Bishop

68 MIN2019 FEB 7
Comments
1:1 with Sam Bishop

1:1 with Tara Kennedy

"I'm interested in playground design but sometimes I find it a bit reductive. You have these designated spaces where children are meant to be in and play in and they are not the same spaces as you want to be in as an adult. How can those boundaries be collapsed so there is more visibility of children in society? This is not just an issue for those with children. Nobody arrives into the world as an adult, we are all impacted by the spaces that we are in as children...It's about the impact that designed spaces have on us as we grow." **Tara Kennedy on how the design of the built environment supports family life.** Image from Culturstruction, Commonage 2012

42 MIN2018 DEC 5
Comments
1:1 with Tara Kennedy

1:1 with Ali Grehan, Dublin City Architect

"How do you make the public realm as beautiful as possible? It isn't just about planting greenery, it's about management... and agreed code of behaviour that everybody subscribes to and a sense that we are all really dependant on this space". **Ali Grehan, Dublin City Architect, shares her thoughts on public space as we walk from her home on Montjoy Street to Trinity College.**

49 MIN2018 SEP 19
Comments
1:1 with Ali Grehan, Dublin City Architect

1:1 with Finn Williams

Our work at The Decorators aims to help create good public spaces; spaces where difference meets and community is built. This work is not straightforward as it revolves around a complex network of interactions. 1:1 is a series of walking conversations with people who have an active role in shaping public life. We want to find out what drives them, what keeps them going and most importantly what they can teach us. The second conversation in this series is with Finn Williams, co-founder of [Public Practice](http://www.publicpractice.org.uk/), a social enterprise that believes the UK’s most talented architects and designers should be working on the mundane buildings of our everyday environment. So Public Practice is sending them into the public sector. “Here I was able to draw on all kinds of different disciplines of powers and skills that the council had. The answer to every question was not necessarily a building, it could be changing the parking charges in a certain area or workin...

54 MIN2018 JUN 12
Comments
1:1 with Finn Williams

1:1 with Kathrin Böhm

Our work at The Decorators aims to help create good public spaces; spaces where difference meets and community is built. This work is not straightforward as it revolves around a complex network of interactions. 1:1 is a series of walking conversations with people who have an active role in shaping public life. We want to find out what drives them, what keeps them going and most importantly what they can teach us. ‘The public realm can be simply defined as a place where strangers meet. The difference between public and private lies in the amount of knowledge one person or group has about others …… The most important fact about the public realm is what happens in it. Gathering together strangers enables certain kinds of activities which cannot happen, or do not happen as well, in the intimate private realm.’ Richard Sennett

44 MIN2018 APR 22
Comments
1:1 with Kathrin Böhm

Garstang Road Stories

Garstang Road Stories is a series of four 1:1 conversations with business owners at four key points along a 2.7 mile stretch of the Garstang Road in Preston, UK. These conversations are part of a mapping of the Garstang Road, which we have bused, walked, photographed and in parts audio recorded to reveal some of the social, cultural and spatial delights that are to be found along this key road through Preston. These participating voices helped give us a more intimate insight into this busy road. The voices in this recording include: Sheldon Ward from We Love Hair, 26 Garstang Road Nicola Dickinson from Flame Urban Spa, 109 Garstang Road Thomas Finch from Springfield Manor Gardens, 228 Garstang Road Etty Crescenti from Slice of Sicily, 333 Garstang Road This research has been commissioned by [In Certain Places](http://incertainplaces.org/), a research project based in the city of Preston examining how artists can contribute to the development of the city. These conversations are an a...

17 MIN2018 APR 18
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Garstang Road Stories

Erith Resident Frequencies

Summary reflections from Erith residents at The Erith Lighthouse

24 MIN2017 OCT 25
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Erith Resident Frequencies

Erith Shipping Forecast: The forecast

Plain sailing or storms ahead? In this final episode of this three part conversation broadcast live at the Erith Lighthouse, we ask what's next as the project draws to a close.

32 MIN2017 SEP 29
Comments
Erith Shipping Forecast: The forecast

Erith Shipping forecast: A place for change

The second in this three part radio discussion programme, broadcast live from Erith Lighthouse. This conversation explores how Erith has changed in the past and what are the possibilities for the future.

20 MIN2017 SEP 29
Comments
Erith Shipping forecast: A place for change
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