Budding or bored would-be broadcasters have the chance to turn their vague ideas of doing a podcast into something concrete thanks to an online course being run by Glasgow Zine Library.
Taking place via Zoom on Saturday, May 16 at 3pm, the Podcast Planning Workshop is run by the producers of Brown Girls Do It – a podcast by a British Pakistani Muslim woman (Iqra Choudhry) and a British Ghanaian Christian woman (Alicia Anane) about race, feminism, and the issues faced by people of colour benefit of all.
The course will cover the basics to allow anyone interested to create a podcast on any subject they wish – as the organisers say: “Have something you’re super passionate about, but no idea how to get started turning it into something creative and entertaining?”
The course fee is set on a sliding scale of £0-£12 allowing attendees to choose what to pay based on their economic circumstances. Tickets here.
Glasgow Zine Library is an archive and library based in the Southside of Glasgow. It acts as a growing archive of self-published works, with an inviting and accessible area of reading in the space, as well as running a year-long programme of events to celebrate the ethos of Do It Yourself (DIY) culture.