Knit Weekly radio features

Between 2009 – 2010, I produced a number of features for BBC Oxford’s radio show The Hub, including Knit Weekly which looked – during each episode of The Hub – at an unusual aspect of knitting. The relationships between imagination, knitting, a sense of place, and local traditions were always the main focus of Knit Weekly.

Here are some examples of Knit Weekly, looking variously at spider silk as an inspirational textile; at the connections between Morris Dancing and knitting; at dyeing yarn with black walnut dye and using local brickwork as a design source for knitting patterns; at exploring the fleece of a local, Cotswold sheep; and at touring around Filkin’s Woollen Mill in the Cotswolds.

To contact me about using or repurposing this audio, please email felixbadanimal(at)hotmail(dot)com. Please do not republish this audio without my permission or knowledge.

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