Ghosts on the Shore

30 June 2017 // Books

Photo: Katrin Schönig Sue Brooks reviews Ghosts on the Shore: Travels Along Germany’s Baltic Coast by Paul Scraton, our Book of the Month for June. Anyone familiar with the website Under a Grey Sky and the magazine Elsewhere will know Paul Scraton’s fascination with Heimat, the German word so expressive of longing and belonging – […]

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Now playing

29 June 2017 // Music

Great to receive this today. Seamus’s last EP ‘Ducks & Drakes’ (listen on Spotify) was a big hit round our way. The forthcoming album is a treat and hats off to Domino for not dithering when it came to signing it (unlike someone I can think of, doh). (JB) It comes with a cracking video […]

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Sounds of Water – Our Port Eliot Playlists

29 June 2017 // Music //Port Eliot Festival

In 2009, Port Eliot Festival was the first place Caught by the River’s appeared ‘offline’. From the very first line up (that included British Sea Power, King Creosote and Shack’s John Head), music has been at the very heart of things from morning ’til the last dancer drops. This year is no different. The bill […]

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Expressions of the waters, tides and muds of Bristol

28 June 2017 // Events

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Stralsund

27 June 2017 // Books

A second extract from Ghosts on the Shore: Travels Along Germany’s Baltic Coast by Paul Scraton, which is our Book of the Month for June. In search of childhood – Stralsund We had come to Stralsund in search of childhood. We walked the narrow streets of the Altstadt – the old centre of the city […]

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