A series of random, informal and unscripted interviews. Real people, made-up people, fact and fiction - all from diseased minds of people in lockdown, faced with both a real and existential crisis, and diminishing supplies of toilet paper.
Simon Cockle interviews the Canadian bass-baritone Daniel Okulitch about his experience of being in lockdown in Vancouver during the global pandemic. The discussion focuses on the impact on Daniel's livelihood, keeping creative, film box-sets to fill the hours and how this experience has changed him.
These are extraordinary times we’re currently living through, and very few of us have experienced anything like this. How we are coping and what we are learning about ourselves is what this podcast is concerned with. Simon Cockle talks to the poet Gareth Writer-Davies. He's been isolating at home for the last three weeks with suspected C19. How is he coping, what has he learnt about himself, and how many soups is it possible to make and consume in one week?