Podcast Episodes

Series One

Episode 3: Helen Legg

© Roger Sinek, Tate Liverpool

This week on The Lonely Arts Club, we’re joined by the Director of Tate Liverpool, Helen Legg, and we hear of her path through education and her career in the arts that’s led her to where she is now. Recorded back in June of this year, on her first anniversary in the role, Helen speaks of her fondness for Liverpool and shares her thoughts on how the creative industry can continue to thrive in the city.

Episode 2: Gemma Bodinetz

Photograph by Brian Roberts

During this episode of The Lonely Arts Club, Martin McQuillan is joined by the Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse Artistic Director, Gemma Bodinetz. Gemma takes us on a journey of her life in theatre and how she knew even from playground days that she was destined to be a director. Throughout this episode, we hear where Gemma’s love for the arts started and the twists and turns that her path has taken to lead her to where she is now.

Episode 1: Carl Hunter

During this episode, Martin McQuillan speaks to film director and musician, Carl Hunter. Following the release of Carl’s first feature film earlier this year, Sometimes Always Never, we hear about what it was like to work with actors such as Billy Nighy & Jenny Agutter. Carl also talks about his career as bass player of Liverpool band The Farm and his love for homemade soup.