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Mouth-Off Episode 2: Whose story is it to tell?

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Second up in the Mouth-Off series we feature pastor and iconoclast Steve Evans. Episode 2; Whose story is it to tell? explores feminism, homosexuality and the Holy Bible, privilege and mental health issues.


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Theme music - Intro and Outro by Clary Saddler

Featured music:

Coal Mine Rhythm - Martin Rose

Come Back Home - Low Tree

Midnight Train - Living Pulse

Pages Turn - Drift

Roll in Vinocar - Since I Started

Take Off - Light Years

The Man - Simha

Verve - A-Group



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Episodes (13)

Episode 5 · 8 months ago

Mouth-Off Episode 3: Comedy, sexism, racism and other isms

Next up in the series, we interview comedian and winner of the 2015 BBC Radio New Comedy Awards - Yurioko Kotani. In Mouth-Off Episode 3: Comedy, sexism, racism and other isms; Yuriko discusses life as a Japanese woman, living in Britain and working in a male dominated industry. She also talks about Somosomo - the stand-up comedy show that she took to Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2019.


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Theme music - Intro and Outro by Clary Saddler

Featured music:

Chortle Comedy Awards theme music clip - by Chortle Awards

Same Town Forever - by Always Dreaming

Mostly Comedy Theme - by Doggett and Ephgrave

Make up by Mikey Promo - courtesy of ITV

Game of Trees - by Lights on the Gold

July - by Rexx Final Beat



Episode 4 · 9 months ago

Mouth-Off Episode 2: Whose story is it to tell?

Second up in the Mouth-Off series we feature pastor and iconoclast Steve Evans. Episode 2; Whose story is it to tell? explores feminism, homosexuality and the Holy Bible, privilege and mental health issues.


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Theme music - Intro and Outro by Clary Saddler

Featured music:

Coal Mine Rhythm - Martin Rose

Come Back Home - Low Tree

Midnight Train - Living Pulse

Pages Turn - Drift

Roll in Vinocar - Since I Started

Take Off - Light Years

The Man - Simha

Verve - A-Group



Episode 3 · 9 months ago

Mouth-Off Episode 1: Where do YOU draw the line?

First up in the Mouth-Off series we feature disabled playwright and activist, Ciaran Fitzgerald. In episode 1; Where do YOU draw the line? Ciaran discusses education, the Equality Act, positive discrimination, inequity, the arts and the ethics of casting non-disabled actors in disabled roles.


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Theme music - Intro and Outro by Clary Saddler

Featured music:

Born Twice - Mark Tracy

Japanika - Ryan Jones



Episode 2 · 10 months ago

JacsJams Episode 2: All Things Ariana

Next in the series, we are featuring JacsJams second installment of the 'All Things...' podcast series. JacsJams is a podcast series brought to you by disabled musician/songwriter/filmmaker/eyegaze artist - Mr X. Mr X is a student at Forget-Me-Not-Productions and as part of his MUSIC-CAN research and private study he is learning about the music business, reviewing, broadcasting and podcasting. Hear him discuss 'All Things Ariana' in his review of Ariana Grande's 'Dangerous Woman' tour here. Enjoy!

Disclaimer

JacsJams is a nonprofit podcast series created for educational purposes. The music extracts featured in this podcast review are:


  • Be Alright - written by Ariana Grande, Thomas Brown, Victoria Monét, Khaled Rohaim, Nicholas Audino, Lewis Hughes and Willie Tafa
  • Moonlight - written by Ariana Grande, Thomas Brown, Victoria McCants, Peter Lee Johnson
  • Dangerous Woman - written by Johan Carlsson, Max Martin, Ross Golan
  • Love Me Harder - written by Max Martin, Savan Kotecha, Peter Svensson, Ali Payami, Abel Tesfaye, Ahmad Balshe
  • Bang Bang - written bySavan Kotecha, Max Martin, Rickard Göransson
  • One More Time - written by David Guetta, Savan Kotecha, Giorgio Tuinfort, Rami Yacoub, Carl Falk


JacsJams does not own the rights to any of the music featured in this episode.