I’m aware the subtitles are wrong. This week Graham chats with the prolific poet and event coordinator Gemma Baker as […]
Graham discusses how he struggles to be an honest artist when it comes to writing and how hard he finds […]
This week i’m very honored to have not one but two guests! Both from recent Lincoln formation WITA (Women in […]
Graham discusses joining the army and his relationship with war. Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/yellingatconcrete/episode-035-always-pick-a-bard-yelling-at-concrete-podcast Itunes https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/yelling-at-concrete/id1238765054?mt=2 For more of Graham visit www.facebook.com/yellingatconcrete […]
Zach and Graham discuss working on projects and making progress with initial ideas. Check out Zach’s TED talk here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofjlg7bi1zY […]
Callam and Graham sit down to discuss how music is made and where inspiration comes from. But overall how to […]
Weekly podcast discussing life with occasional special guests over coffee and conversation: This week Graham discusses: Something I have always […]
Bi-weekly podcast discussing life with occasional special guests over coffee and conversation: This week Graham and Rob discuss what it […]
Bi-weekly podcast discussing life with occasional special guests over coffee and conversation: This week Graham discusses the get away and […]
This week Yelling at concrete meets Jack Edwards, self proclaimed Magic Scientist and very good friend. As such Graham and […]
Episode 003: Taxing the automaton
Graham talks about the introduction of AI into the wider world and the implications of robotic services on the economy in the bi-weekly podcast Yelling at concrete.
Featuring Yelling at Concrete podcasts first guest Dan Willcocks; Graham and Dan wax lyrical discussing the idea of creation and […]
Episode 001: Creation of a podcast
Graham discusses how the podcast came to be and the endeavor of creating through hardship and how that can inform your work in the bi-weekly podcast Yelling at concrete.
This week I have a real creative struggle which I think a lot of people my age who want to be creative face and that is balancing your work life with your creative one. As some of you know I work full time and this can create conflict; working to keep your bills paid and a roof over your head is time consuming and often I do get asked “how do you find the time?” but I guess that’s my secret…I don’t.