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A space for musicians to share their experiences and insights during the Coronavirus pandemic. Each episode is an intimate audio diary, documenting personal stories and stunning acoustic performances. Featuring artists from across the globe and in every genre; from rising talents like Arlo Parks, JC Stewart, and Joy Crookes, to indie legends such as Idlewild and Mystery Jets.
 
A podcast about looking for the helpers during the pandemic. Taking a cue from Mr. Rogers, host Kelly Jones and her daughter, June, set out to find brave, creative problem solvers who are supporting their communities in the era of social distancing. Each week, they explore how people are helping and then sit down with experts who can answer our most pressing pandemic questions and give practical advice on how to become helpers ourselves. Visit vpm.org/helpers for more information on how you ...
 
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Join alternative band Flawes as they reflect on their 2020, the year in which they released their debut album just before the pandemic took hold. Pyjamas, running, carpentry, jigsaws, and Louis Theroux all feature along the way, PLUS, the band treat us to a very special performance of a winter classic to close the show. ➤ Listen to more from Flawes…
 
Singer-songwriter Morgan St. Jean takes over the show today, live from quarantine in LA. Listen in for board games, family bonding, a special guest appearance, and a stunning acoustic performance of her new single ‘Lola’ ➤ Listen to more from Morgan here ➤ Follow Morgan here: @MorganStJean If you want to discuss your own experiences and join the co…
 
Singer/producer Phem is joined by her dog as she sends in a diary from LA, she reflects on time spent in quarantine and lockdown this year, and chooses some big names to self isolate with! ➤ Listen to more from Phem here ➤ Follow Phem here: @Phem If you want to discuss your own experiences and join the conversation, you can reach us on: Email: soci…
 
Abi and Humphrey from MarthaGunn quiz each other on their experiences of the pandemic and lockdown so far this year. From live-streams and poetry, to gardening and taking on Couch to 5k. They end the episode with an acoustic excerpt of their latest single 'Say When' ➤ Listen to more from MarthaGunn here ➤ Follow MarthaGunn here: @MarthaGunn If you …
 
Introducing Down Ballot There’s a lot more to politics and government than those names at the top of the ticket. The person you’re voting for President matters, but so does that school board official and your city mayor. And do you even know what that Transportation Sales Tax Continuation Amendment is even about? This is Down Ballot, a podcast abou…
 
In today's episode come and eavesdrop on Drug Store Romeos as the band have a freewheeling chat. From The Secret life of Plants and ESP, to tales of ghost dogs, and re-telling some of Milton Jones' best 'so-bad-they're-good' jokes. ➤ Listen to more from Drug Store Romeos here ➤ Follow Drug Store Romeos here: @DrugStoreRomeosBand If you want to disc…
 
Dutch-Ghanaian singer-songwriter Nana Adjoa tells us about her lockdown experiences in Amsterdam, and treats us to two acoustic performances of singles 'She's Stronger' and 'Throw Stones.' Nana's debut album 'Big Dreaming Ants' is released on 24 September. ➤ Listen to more from Nana here ➤ Follow Nana here: @NanaAdjoaMusic If you want to discuss yo…
 
Join hot new LA band more around the campfire, as they play us 2 songs from their debut EP. PLUS: biker gangs, psychedelic drugs, meditation, and pool cleaning! ➤ Listen to more from more (!) here ➤ Follow more here: @more.mp3 If you want to discuss your own experiences and join the conversation, you can reach us on: Email: socialdistancingdiaries@…
 
Oli Fox gets to live out his dream by hosting an episode today. Having spent months in Scotland for the duration of lockdown, the rising singer-songwriter is now back in Southfields, London, where he recorded this episode. Stay tuned for tales of new songs, new babies, new dogs, getting sunburn, Oli’s ideal lockdown household, and, an acoustic teas…
 
Georgia and Amy from Nova Twins perform a genre bending mix of hip-hop, rock and punk. In this episode they explore the positives they’ve experienced over recent months. Embracing a slower pace of life, writing songs without distraction, bonding with fans online, and the allyship they’ve felt around Black Lives Matter movement. ➤ Listen to more fro…
 
Rock songwriter Joshua Speers sends in his experiences of the pandemic from LA for this episode. After releasing an EP in May, his tour plans for the year were cancelled. In this diary he details struggles to find tranquility, and the exhaustion of masks and screens. Praise comes for comfortable pillows, mindfulness, and nighttime drives. ➤ Listen …
 
Based in the Rochester suburbs of New York, Ronnie Watts sends in today’s diary. She considers how the acceptance of the pandemic has changed over time in the USA, and questions why she can't seem to remember anything of the whole month of April.... Stay tuned to learn about “water pong,” the writing process of her new single ‘Sad Summer,’ and reve…
 
On the eve of the release of their debut album 'I Slept On The Floor,' all 4 members of Another Sky join us for this episode, sharing diary excerpts and their experiences of the last few months. A raw and powerful listen. If you've been affected by any of the issues in this episode, we recommend the following resources: https://www.myblackdog.co/ h…
 
Producer, songwriter and musician, Luwten takes us behind the scenes of band rehearsals after 3 months of lockdown and her bandmates being apart. Recorded in the Netherlands, in this episode Luwten explores the challenges facing musicians in lockdown: from recording new material, to shooting videos. Along the way we meet her bass player Ralph, and …
 
Recording his episode whilst chilling at the piano, Northampton based singer-songwriter Maddox Jones sends in today's diary. He plays us debut single 'Headspace' and gives us an exclusive preview of brand new song 'World's Gone Mad,' inspired by the pandemic. ➤ Listen to more from Maddox here ➤ Follow Maddox here: @ItsMaddoxJones ➤ For more informa…
 
Show Notes In this episode, Chris tells a story about life as a podcast producer. Listen to some of Chris’s work mentioned in this episode: 99% Invisible - Whomst Among Us Let The Dogs Out 30 for 30 – No Rules: The Birth of UFC Articles of Interest – Wedding Dresses Check out my newest podcast, BASKETBUBBLE. Have a story to tell? Let me know. Follo…
 
R&B and soul singer-songwriter Kara Marni takes over the pod today, coming to us live and direct from her "Music Shed." She tells about her experiences of the last few months; from Zoom based writing sessions, and a new-found love of gardening, to the more recent issue of forgetting to leave the house with a mask. Kara closes the episode with an ac…
 
Rising singer-songwriter Max Pope sends in his diary today, co-hosted with his guitar. Max reflects on 12 weeks of lockdown spent between London and Brighton, sharing several musical interludes along the way featuring his own songs, a favourite Beatles number, and a composition inspired by his daily walks to the sea. ➤ Listen to more Max Pope here …
 
To kickstart our second series Arlo Parks sends in today's diary. With over 30 festival appearances, a SXSW debut, and a Hayley Williams tour support cancelled this summer, she's had a lot of time to reflect and continue working on her debut album. Based at her parental home in West London, in this episode she shares excerpts of her lockdown journa…
 
Show Notes Subscribe to BASKETBUBBLE on Apple Podcast, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. COVID-19 has put a real damper on sports, but the NBA is pressing on starting in July. 22 of the 30 teams are setting up shop in Walt Disney World to finish the season and begin the playoffs in a Bubble League. Each week, we’re going to be talking mo…
 
What does life look like after the coronavirus--both in the literal sense of surviving a COVID-19 diagnosis, and in the figurative sense as we think about what our "new normal" could look like once we've successfully contained the virus' spread? We heard from Letha Mullins, a West Virginia-based nurse who contracted COVID-19 in April, about what it…
 
We're excited to share the first episode of VPM's new podcast, Resettled. In this six-part series, we showcase stories of refugees as they adjust to their new lives in Virginia. From navigating the healthcare system to graduating from high school, we share in the intimate moments of refugees' lives and explore the policies shaping their futures. Ea…
 
Grief is our internal process of dealing with loss, but coping with that grief requires external support. So, how can we process loss without being together? For losses of well-known public figures, it can look like a virtual gathering of strangers to share their collective memories and reflect on the global impact the person made. For personal los…
 
The global response to the coronavirus had some unexpected positive outcomes for the environment. Not long after people began sheltering-in-place to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, a number of environmental issues that had previously been chalked up to a simple byproduct of human life began clearing up - everything from improved air quality…
 
Massive, in-person protests have been taking place around the world every day since the murder of George Floyd by police in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 25. Protesting is fundamentally at odds with the concept of social distancing, but thousands of people are making the decision to march in solidarity with Black lives. Thankfully, the majority of …
 
Luke Branch from UK rock band Asylums submits a diary today. He reflects on a few months spent in lockdown; how it’s allowed him to slow the pace of life, and also work songwriting into his daily routine, leading to the recording of over 130 new pieces of music. Studio time aside, Luke has been embracing family time and continues to run his own rec…
 
Update With the national conversation focused on police brutality and the Black Lives Matter movement, we're taking a break from new episodes this week. However, we did want to take this time to revisit and make some updates to our first episode, on the subject of masks, as so much has changed over the past 8 weeks. We'll also be back with a new ep…
 
Singer-songwriter Empara Mi was poised to launch her debut album ‘Suitcase Full of Secrets’ at the end of March. With plans to celebrate the release with live shows subsequently cancelled in the face of the pandemic, Empara tells us how she’s been spending time at home. From working on a second album, to gardening, and embracing the world of live s…
 
Joy Crookes is a soul singer-songwriter from South London, at the beginning of the year she was hotly tipped across the board, from the BRIT Awards Rising Star shortlist to the BBC Sound Poll, by MTV, YouTube, NME and more. In this episode she shares the highs and lows of her lockdown experience so far, introduces us to her new cat Diego, and revea…
 
For the majority of Americans impacted by the coronavirus, the word home has come to mean something it didn't before, whether that's the office, classroom, daycare, therapist's office or all of the above. And, for the most part, we've adapted to this new concept of what homes are being used for. But what about people who aren't able to be at home, …
 
Limahl was the lead singer of pop group Kajagoogoo in the 80s, before embarking on a solo career which saw the release of 1984 hit ‘Never Ending Story,’ taken from the film of the same name; and most recently seen in Netflix’s Stranger Things. He sends in a diary today from his home in Hertfordshire, where he has been in lockdown. Spending time cyc…
 
With most of the focus during the pandemic on finding a cure through science and medicine, it can be easy to question whether art is even necessary right now. But, the truth of the matter is, art - whether visual or performing - has a profound role in helping to tell the human stories that science can't, and introduces hope where it may not have be…
 
Self isolating in South London, Gia Ford sends in today’s diary. She tells us about the experience of releasing her second EP ‘Murder In The Dark’ in quarantine, from dealing with cancelled shows, to a newfound space for creativity. She also provides advice on how to cope during lockdown, talks about things she is missing the most, and discusses he…
 
Ed, Dougal and Tom are 3 of the 5 members of London-based indie band Junodream. In this episode we join them as they discuss what they’ve been up to in lockdown, the effects of the coronavirus crisis on the music industry as a whole, and ponder how their plans for 2020 have been changed. PLUS: Lindsay Lohan, Bono, supermarket scraps, explorations i…
 
Singer-songwriter GRACEY recorded today’s diary at her family home in Brighton. She tells us about her newfound obsession with TikTok, receives an unexpected mid-podcast appearance from her grandma, and reveals how to celebrate a Top 40 single in lockdown. PLUS: a special bedroom performance of her single ‘Alone In My Room’ ➤ Listen to GRACEY here …
 
There's a lot of information out there about how the coronavirus is impacting adults, from their mental and physical health, to their financial well-being, to their ability to reestablish some sense of normalcy as stay-at-home restrictions begin to be eased around the country. But how is physical distancing affecting kids? How are they coming toget…
 
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