Author Archives: Andrew Stuck

Sound Walk Sunday 2019 – Who are the producers – Babak Fakhamzadeh

We are shouting from the roof tops about Sound Walk Sunday that launches on Sunday 1 September and runs throughout the following month. We thought it was only fair to give our co-producers and partners a chance to tell you a little about who they are and their interest in supporting Sound Walk Sunday.  Last […]

Marooned on a desert island

To celebrate the 300th anniversary of the publication of Daniel Defoe’s much-loved classic Robinson Crusoe published on the 25 April 1719, and to complement our Crusoe300 Flash Fiction Walkshop, we ran a Crusoe300 flash fiction competition. We are delighted to announce the publication of Shipwrecked, a limited edition chapbook, published by Sampson Low Publishers. Shipwrecked includes the winning stories […]

Sound Walk Sunday 2019 – Who are the producers – Geert Vermeire

We are shouting from the roof tops about Sound Walk Sunday that launches on Sunday 1 September and runs throughout the following month. We thought it was only fair to give our co-producers and partners a chance to tell you a little about who they are and their interest in supporting Sound Walk Sunday.  First […]

One small step – celebrating the the 50th anniversary of the Moon Walk

One Small Step Watched by a global TV audience of over 500 million, astronaut Neil Armstrong was seen to clamber down the rungs of the Apollo 11 Lunar Module and say the words “that’s one small step for a man, giant leap for mankind”.  It had been a thrilling build up, all summer in 1969 […]

Sound Walk Sunday returns on Sunday 1 September

This week we have issued an Open Call for new walking pieces to be included in Sound Walk Sunday which this year will take place on Sunday 1st September and during the week following. Hand-held digital technologies are ubiquitous and add another dimension for the creative to work in developing enhanced walking experiences. We believe […]

Imagine pruning 4,000 fruit trees

400 years ago that little bit of London called St James‘ was an orchard – King James I brought mulberry trees (and other fruiters) from the Languedoc regions in France, creating a demonstration orchard, with which he hoped to encourage the ‘landed gentry’ to create their own mulberry orchards.  There are plenty of myths surrounding […]