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Aug 1, 2016


It's great to have Rachael King; Literary Director of the WORD Festival , and Adam Hayward; YMCA Arts Projects Manager and past BODY Festival director join us on episode 24.

They share more of the what, how and why of Festival Directors and authors motivations, when we're not learning about stigmatophilia, and how Christchurch YMCA is building a bigger vision for the future. Two tenuously themed brews also get tasted and rated, from our long-standing supporter The Beer Library.

twice podcast is brought you from two of Christchurch's finest cowork spaces; Quad and C-Lab , and by our Patreon supporters: Driedfrog Ltd, ErgoStyle NZ and other generous supporters.


Notes and links:

WORD Christchurch

The Dark is Rising

Performing Arts Precinct - Te Whare Tapere : Christchurch City Council

Stigmatophile & Pogonophile

Home | The Order of the Good Death

YMCA | Investing in the Next Generation

PechaKucha 20x20 - Failing to Succeed

Black Books | All Nighter | Channel 4

Thrill The World | A Celebration of Dance and Community inspired by Michael Jackson



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twice: two weeks in creative endeavour. Conversation with innovators, creatives, and social enterprisers boldly changing the world from Christchurch New Zealand. Current and upcoming projects, events and cool stuff, with two topics accompanied by liquid refreshments. Produced and edited by David Binstead, with regular co-host Jaya Gibson and occasional guest co-hosts.

twice podcast #24 is a 43words production. ©43words/David Binstead 2016


Episode #25 records mid-August with journalistic quality from Press senior reporters Georgina Stylianou, and arts correspondent Charlie Gates.