A 24-hour broadcast streamed globally from Scotland from 12noon Sat 9th UTC to 12noon UTC Sunday 10th December
This coincides with  Human Rights Day this weekend (this year marks the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights).

Responding to the question: “what does peace sound like to you?”
broadcaster, writer and agitator Gemma Cairney brings together a unique collection of presenters, audio makers, activists, sound recordists, storytellers and musicians, for a mixture of conversation, reflection, provocation and music.

Exploring the meaning of peace at a time when the concept feels increasingly distant; bringing together voices from around the globe, including Australia, Uruguay, UK, Japan, Palestine, Croatia, China, and more.

Tune in HERE
or via any of these stations: EHFM, , ∏Node, Радіо Аристократи, Radio Worm, USMA RADIO, radiOrakel, The Lake Radio, Tīrkultūra, OOO Radio, BCFM and more

The full schedule of all the shows is here

Including Social Broadcasts’
Parallel Radio – What is Peace? Live at 3pm
Parallel radio is an informal gathering, a place for conversation taking radio out of the studio and into the community.  This conversation was recorded as live in the greenhouse at the Dalston Curve Garden in Hackney. We had a wood burning fire, cups of tea and biscuits.
Local elders were invited to sit around the table and talk about what the word Peace meant to them. The conversation meandered as all good conversations should.
Thanks to Antonia, Malcolm, Faye, Pauline, Sue, Alessandro, Anna, Charles and Betty for taking part and to Marie and Brian for hosting us.