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We’re really pleased to launch our first series of CCC podcasts: Creative Cities Conversations. These cover a range of industry topics, from how The Masked Singer became a big lockdown hit and the art of immersive storytelling to how TV can help protect our environment and what we can do to improve the wellbeing of people working in the screen industry across the UK.

Released regularly from 15th March so watch this space for information about new sessions.

Visit our speaker’s page to find out more about this years guests and to access our podcasts please click on the link below to purchase a conference ticket (this will also give you access to all of our AV content being released on 22nd April)

PODCAST 5: ME, TV AND MENTAL HEALTH

Content: Producer Adeel Amini and director Stewart Kyasimire discuss their shared determination to improve mental health and diversity in the TV industry.

Guests: Adeel Amini and Stewart Kyasimire

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PODCAST 4: VOICES OF THE FUTURE

Content: YouTube's Luke Hyams and E4's Navi Lamba discuss the new voices who are changing the face of the TV industry.

Guests: Luke Hyams and Navi Lamba

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PODCAST 3: THE MASKED SINGER UNMASKED

Content: Stuart Cosgrove in conversation with the producers behind hit Saturday night entertainment format The Masked Singer.

Guests: Stuart Cosgrove, Daniel Nettleton and Derek McLean

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PODCAST 2: MY HEART BELONGS TO SCOTLAND

Content: An inspiring guide to Scotland's Screen sector.

Guests: Kirsty Wark talks to Screen Scotland's Executive Director Isabel Davis

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PODCAST 1: LAUNCH SHOW 

Content: Kirsty and Ruth preview this year's event plus what's coming up in the podcast series.

Guests: Kirsty Wark and Ruth Pitt in conversation

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