- 1. U105 WOMAD Belfast Interview (11th June 2013) 12.46 38 plays
- 2. WOMAD Charlton Park 2012 "Balkan Alien Sound interview" 8.36 80 plays
- 3. WOMAD New Zealand (Interview with local organisers TAFT) 11.20 21 plays
- 4. Sow & Sows "Jombajo" (preview track for WOMAD Belfast appearance) 4.05
- 5. Sow & Sows "Kounkokouro" (preview track for WOMAD Belfast appearance) 4.19
- 6. BBC Radio Ulster Interview and Manouche Live 24-05-13 10.44
Parallel Versing - Sri Lanka / Northern Ireland 5 tracks, 11.13 Homely Planet on April 19, 2013 10:15
- 1. The Gilford Sessions 05-03-13 "The Awakening" 1.56 16 plays
- 2. The Gilford Sessions 05-03-13 "Gilford and Song" 7.29
- 3. The Gilford Sessions 12-03-13 "A Joke About Values" 1.46
- 4. The Gilford Sessions 12-03-13 "Noel's song" (Gilford) 4.55
- 5. The Gilford Sessions 12-03-13 "George's Song" (Gilford) 2.38
- 6. The Gilford Sessions 12-03-13 "Vesi & Nick's Song" (Bulgaria) 3.00
- Download track Go to track The Gilford Sessions 12-03-13 "A Song by Jozsef, Agnes + Zsolt" (Hungarian Roma)7. The Gilford Sessions 12-03-13 "A Song by Jozsef, Agnes + Zsolt" (Hungarian Roma) 3.43
- 8. The Gilford Sessions 12-03-13 "Mary's Magheralin Song" 1.41
- 9. The Gilford Sessions 12-03-13 "George's Mexican Song" (Gilford) 3.38
- 10. The Gilford Sessions 12-03-13 "The Hungarian Gyspy Song" 3.06
Homely Planet is a media network broadcasting 24/7 globally over the internet, producing and developing programmes in Northern Ireland to assist cultural relations through education & exchange initiatives.
Homely Planet's vision is to show how we as a race of people representing different cultures & traditions contribute in a more positive way to the economic and social status of society when we respect & have a better understanding of each others' diversity.
By providing a forum for learning, cultural and race relations, equality, diversity education and global exchange, Homely Planet aims to address the fears, stereotypes and cultural misunderstandings that can lead to conflict, racism & sectarianism.
Homely Planet is a new generation of ethical radio challenging some mainstream media concepts and radio traditions allowing all communities, faith groups, schools, organisations, artists and individuals to participate in broadcasting items exploring religion, race and cultural diversity.
Homely Planet is also supporting the world & roots music sector by developing projects and networks locally and international using the internet as a catalyst for world music access.
Homely Planet invites people to produce and broadcast their own radio programmes and also offers communities to connect with other people globally. There are many ways to get involved and if you have a cultural activity why not record and broadcast it to the world?
Homely Planet has been developed and is managed by Beyond Skin, an organisation using music, arts & media as a methodology to assist cultural relations. See www.beyondskin.net.