From Wales to South Africa to Zimbabwe and Back Again...

Join Creative Producer Jafar Iqbal and BBC Content Producer, Hannah Loy for a new four-part podcast series focusing on a recent British Council scoping trip to Sub-Saharan Africa.

Featuring interviews with the other creatives that joined them on the journey, they recount their personal highlights from the trip, the invaluable lessons they've learned, and how this experience has transformed their creative practices.

The series includes acclaimed playwright, dramaturg and theatre director, Branwen Davies, who recently adapted Phoebe Waller-Bridge's award-winning comedic play Fleabag into Welsh; Gethin Evans, Artistic Director at Frân Wen,a Welsh language theatre company based in North West Wales; Patrick McGuinness an academic, critic, novelist, and poet, also Professor of French and Comparative Literature at the University of Oxford and Cat M’Crystal- Fletcher, a multi-media creative, who also works as Publishing Account Manager with Rowanvale Books.


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Breaking Boundaries: Episode 1: Patrick McGuinness and Cat M’Crystal- Fletcher in conversation

Breaking Boundaries: Episode 2 Branwen Davies and Gethin Evans in Conversation

Breaking Boundaries: Episode 3 - Hannah Loy & Jafar Iqbal

Breaking Boundaries: Episode 4 - Creatives from Wales, Zimbabwe, and South Africa

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