June 26th, 7-8pm

A project by Homeland in association with plastiCities

What are the critical potentials of radio, past and present?

Live broadcast and discussion with contributions from:

Jonathan Cook (Alt Sheff)

Lee Ford (BBC Radio Leeds)

Jake Harries (FAVTR / Zero Dollar Laptop)

and Professor John Mowitt (Radio: Essays in Bad Reception)

also featuring selection of archive radio clips and pirate radio mixes.

Analogous Frequencies is a live digital broadcast exploring the complex influence of broadcast media within contemporary society, considering their origins and uses, Sheffield’s history of DIY culture, pirate and community-led media and the role of global media structures, focusing particularly on the political efficacy and aesthetic dimensions of radio.

To attend the event free of charge, please register by emailing
Places are limited – please book ASAP.

Ask questions or contribute to the debate on Twitter at #homelandradio

Details of how to tune in will follow shortly. Keep an eye on this web site for information!

Homeland is a collaboration between Cat Moir, researcher in the humanities, and artists Robert Quirk, Charlotte A Morgan and and Terry Slater.

The event is commissioned as part of plastiCities, in association with the University of Sheffield.

Supported by

Robert Quirk, Cat Moir, Charlotte A Morgan & Terry Slater