School of Health in Social Science

Creative-Relational Community Radio: live podcast

Community Radio is semi-curated, semi-interactive, wholly warm and informal programming.

Community Radio is where we can get to know one another, hear about and share our creative-relational works in progress, our arising curiosities, deepest obsessions, confused entanglements and flights of fancy through engaged conversation and experimental interventions.

Each month different members of the community join the show to tell us what they’re working with and we explore questions arising. Tune in to listen only or respond and engage with participants. Like all good community radio, this programming is experimental, unpolished and may change depending on who brings what, how the mood takes us, what works in the moment and over time.

Call to take part: If you would like to share an aspect of your work, poetry, art or other creative-relational aspects of life with the CCRI community, please contact Melissa Dunlop at CCR: and we’ll find you a space on the show. If there is anyone or anything you would like to hear on our Community Radio let Melissa know and let’s see what we can do.

CCRI Community Radio is live on Zoom every third Tuesday of the month, 12.30 pm -2.00 pm GMT | 8.00-9.30am EDT | 7.00-8.30pm IST

Look out for us on Facebook and Twitter to see what’s coming up each month.


18 May

 In conversation with Nini Fang, Anthony Faramelli and Jacob Johanssen

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20 April

In Conversation with Anette Markham & Dan Harris

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16 March

In Conversation with Edgar Rodrigeuz and Mark Price

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16 February 

In Conversation with Alys Mendus & Janis Mackay

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19 January

In Conversation with Tatiana Chemi

Listen in YouTube            

Come – watch, listen, participate, or tune in for what you can.

Initial sessions will be hosted by CCRI member Melissa Dunlop, a psychotherapist whose PhD explores the relationship between fiction and psychotherapy.

Email CCRI to get involved