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My journey to Catalonia with Overtone Productions for Radio 4’s The Art of Now has honestly been the trip of a lifetime. I set out with some trepidation (for the first time) to trace (in reverse) my father’s exile journey from Barcelona to England at the fall of Spain to the Franco dictatorship in 1939.…

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If you missed Black Art Matters the first time around, here’s your chance to listen to this sensitive documentary. Using the rediscovery and exhibition of the work of artist Donald Rodney we assess the current state of Black British Art, at a particularly poignant time. Tune in BBC Radio 4 next Monday at 4pm. Presenter  Sonia…

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2017 was a marvellous year for Overtone. Our Upcoming Programmes for 2018 look pretty exciting too….  

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As part of their Heart and Soul series, BBC World Service is airing one of our most gripping programmes to date, Muslims in President Trump’s America. A year after Donald Trump was sworn in as President of America, Tharik Hussain revisits some of the Muslim communities in the US he last encountered just before the American election. Tharik asks the…

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We are thrilled to announce that Adam Fowler won the Best Creative Documentary/Feature Maker Bronze Award at the Audio Production Awards 2017! Last night, at the ninth Audio Production Awards ceremony held at the prestigious BFI Southbank in London, Adam was rewarded for his “exceptional understanding and use of sound to convey a story and emotion”. The peeps at…

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On the back of the overwhelming success of Conversations on a Bench in Manchester, we are thrilled to announce two more editions of Conversations on a Bench (Presenter Anna Scott-Brown, Producer Adam Fowler) for BBC Radio 4. First, we head to Edinburgh, with a commissioned poem by Janette Ayachi. The programme will air this Sunday 22nd October @ 4.30pm, repeated Saturday 28th October @ 11.30 p.m. Janette…

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