Giving Birth to Stories: Black and Brown creatives in the countryside by Where Are You Really From? published on 2020-09-16T11:47:55Z How do we tell the stories of black and brown people in rural areas where their presence is effaced in museums, galleries and cultural centres? Presenter and Producer Femi Oriogun-Williams reflects on his own experiences of the countryside through conversations with Libita Sibungu, who traces her family tree from the Cornish mines near Penzance to Namibia; Paul Gilroy about the creolisation of culture present in the English Folk tradition; and James Goodwin a poet based between London and Wiltshire about his experiences of growing up in the English Countryside. Credits: Presented, produced and scored by Femi Oriogun-Williams. Poetry written and performed for the Where are you really from? project by Saili Katebe. Featuring: Travel On - Nadia Cattouse One Morning in May - Doris Henderson & Jon Renbourn The Lakes of Pontchartrain - Paul Brady She Moved through the Fair - Davey Graham Our thanks to Kech Wo for the 'Where are you really from?' logo and illustration; to the contributors; the project funders, Arts Council England and Literature Works; project funders/supporters Kaleider and Little Toller Books; Louise Boston-Mammah, project administrator; and to everyone who contributed soundbites.