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Silent Elephant Project Corner is the place where Freshrb chat about their projects, how it is working with schools and university students, and also about the condition highlighted in their short film.

During the project 'In Their Eyes', Freshrb spoke to employees of Heathlands Village (The Fed), where part of the short film was located. In the vox pops, they share their stories, their work with The Fed and also a personal experience with dementia.

In part one of the 'In Their Eyes' Podcast, Freshrb Director Babz talks to the two interns who worked on the short film, Sarah (Manchester Metropolitan University) and Dylan (University of Manchester). Using his own personal experience of dementia, Dylan wrote the script for 'In Their Eyes', while Sarah assisted by doing research about dementia and the care and support networks out there.

In part two, Babz talks to Terri Torvell from Age UK Manchester about her thoughts on the short film, her experience with dementia, and the work herself and her Age UK colleagues are doing.

Before becoming Monkey Ears Media, Lucy Butler Digital produced a two part podcast for Freshrb.

Following on from Freshrb's short film 'Why ME?', Monkey Ears Media, formerly Lucy Butler Digital, produced a two part podcast which was broadcast on Reform Radio.

Silent Elephant Project Corner is the place where Freshrb chat about their projects, how it is working with schools and university students, and also about the condition highlighted in their short film.

Freshrb's Director Babz chats to co-director Kondwani, and also Meg from Millions Missing Manchester about what it's like to live with the condition ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) and the work that Millions Missing do within the community.

Before becoming Monkey Ears Media, Lucy Butler Digital produced a show for IWD on Reform Radio.

'Behind the Business' welcomes Creative Conversations alumni Charlotte (Creative Wilderness) and Sarah (Another A+I) in to the studio to talk about the highs and lows of running your own business, the support networks, female (and male...) influencers, and of course some great, inspirational music.

Both Charlotte and Sarah were a massive support to Lucy during her transition in to becoming an audio freelancer. First meeting them both at a Yena event in Manchester, Lucy is constantly inspired by Charlotte's design work, her Instagram feed, but also the stories she shares that show that she's not just a business, she is a human. Yet to see her bass playing skills but I'm sure she's just as incredible at that.​ I love seeing projects come to life that Sarah is working on, but also keeping up to date on her insane piano playing skills. 

Also thank you to Will from Flute Salad, for asking me to be a selector for their "Point of Flute: She's The Selector" Reform Radio show, an amazing show concept from the lads.