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Free Thinking at Uproot Festival

Crime writer David Mark and poet Adelle Stripe join Matthew Sweet and others in front of an audience to debate Hull's links with the wider world. From the Uproot Festival.

Island city mentality or gateway to the world? Hull-based crime writer and former journalist David Mark, poet Adelle Stripe and Slung Low artistic director Alan Lane join Matthew Sweet to debate Hull's links with the wider world, while playwright Esther Wilson suggest what residents can learn from another port city which has been City of Culture - Liverpool.

Recorded with an audience at Hull Truck Theatre as part of Radio 3's Uproot festival for Hull 2017.

Producer: Torquil MacLeod.

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45 minutes

Credits

Role Contributor
Interviewed Guest David Mark
Interviewed Guest Adelle Stripe
Interviewed Guest Alan Lane
Presenter Matthew Sweet
Interviewed Guest Esther Wilson
Producer Torquil MacLeod

Broadcast

  • Thu 6 Apr 2017 22:00

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