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Aye-Aye Books, photography by Neil Thomas Douglas.

Welcome to the eleventh episode of our podcast series.

Our March edition includes Abi Mordin from Glasgow Community Food Network discussing the Seed Library hosted at CCA, food sovereignty and upcoming Spring events; Martin Vincent from Aye-Aye Books on the history of the book shop in our foyer, new book shops in Glasgow, children's books and art publications; Sanne Jehoul and Matt Lloyd from Glasgow Short Film Festival talk about GSFF becoming independent, the international reputation of Scottish short film and highlights from this year's programme and Kate Coventry from Southern Exposure discusses New Zealand cinema.


Abi Mordin, Glasgow Community Food Network: 39s
Martin Vincent, Aye-Aye Books: 15m 26s
Sanne Jehoul and Matt Lloyd, Glasgow Short Film Festival: 30m 31s
Kate Coventry, Southern Exposure: 47m 01s

Where to listen

You can listen to our podcast on this page, via Soundcloud, and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, including Apple iTunes and Google Podcasts.

About this podcast

Across this series, Gareth K Vile chats to some of the amazing people who make, produce and contribute to our programme: from artists, curators and programmers, to community organisers and social clubs. We'll take a closer look at exhibitions, gigs, performances and events - exploring the ideas and ethos that underpin our approach to programming and how you can get involved.

Thank you to everyone who took part and to Unclassed Media & Sunny Govan Community Radio - listen live here.