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‘Music goes to the long-ago brain’ – The Undercover Soundtrack, Wolf Pascoe
Posted by Roz Morris @Roz_Morris in Undercover Soundtrack on September 11, 2013
Before words. Before thought or language. My guest this week spends his professional life challenged by the reflexes and intricacies of the long-ago brain. By day he is an anaesthetist; an inducer of sleep and guardian of the unconscious. Sometimes that’s more eventful than you’d think. By night he is a poet and a playwright. His latest book fuses night and day in a memoir of his profession. He is Wolf Pascoe and he’s sharing his Undercover Soundtrack at the Red Blog.
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‘Friendship, betrayal and making sense of the past’ – The Undercover Soundtrack, Catherine Czerkawska
Posted by Roz Morris @Roz_Morris in Undercover Soundtrack on March 6, 2013
You may recognise the name of my guest this week. She was one of my earliest Soundtrackers and she returns this week with a novel of friendship and betrayal: a man looking back on his youth and making sense of a troubled history. It’s set in Glasgow, and traditional Scottish music gave her both geographical setting and emotional landscape: the depth in apparent simplicity, the universal condition of loving and losing. She is novelist and award-winning playwright Catherine Czerkawska; the novel is The Physic Garden and she’s on the Red Blog with its Undercover Soundtrack.
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‘Music and creativity is for everyone – and life can be a musical’ – The Undercover Soundtrack, Cally Phillips
Posted by Roz Morris @Roz_Morris in Undercover Soundtrack on February 27, 2013
My guest this week has always made up lyrics, whether alternate versions of existing songs or not-terribly-serious inventions of her own. She says she wishes life was more like a musical, where people might burst out singing if the fancy takes them. Her deep-held belief that life should be lived with lusty vocals led to a collaboration with a theatre group for adults with learning disabilities, and, by circular means, a novel that commemorates the experience – A Week With No Labels. She is screenwriter, playwright and novelist Cally Phillips and she’s on the Red Blog with her very individual Undercover Soundtrack.
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