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Welcome to the May / June 2021 episode of The Halifax Arts Podcast. This month we talk to Kate Claughan, the owner of The Book Case in Hebden Bridge and The Book Corner at The Piece Hall in Halifax about the advantages of being an independent bookshop, chat to artist Sue Cordingley about her work that has included the illustrations for the children’s book The Dragons Of Wainhouse Tower (as featured in last month’s podcast) and, to coincide with the start of a new series of Ackley Bridge on Channel 4 and the recent filming of series 2 of Gentleman Jack in The Piece Hall, we revisit our report about ‘Hollyfax’. And, of course, our regular band of film reviewers – which this month has expanded slightly from a threesome to a foursome – cast their eyes over Oscar-nominated Sound of Metal, the Icelandic film A White, White Day, time-bending Palm Springs and the wonder that is Barb & Star Go To Vista Del Mar.
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