Speed of Sound – Wednesday 22 February

On this week’s show, we will be joined by Louise Dickson from Illuminate Freedom who joins us to talk about a variety of types of dance including zumba, ballet and contemporary.

You can find out more about Louise at: www.illuminatefreedom.co.uk

You can follow her on Twitter @ILF_VI

 

Also on the show, will be Mariana Lopez who is currently leading a project at Anglia Ruskin University exploring how sound design techniques can be used to rethink accessibility to film and television for visually impaired audiences.

For more information: https://www.york.ac.uk/tftv/staff/mariana-lopez/#research

 

Show starts 9pm on Wednesday, listen live at www.dsn.net.au

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