Get A Proper Job

Get A Proper Job

By Creative Cardiff
For creative workers who care about the issues that matter, Get A Proper Job is a podcast that discusses, debates and showcases the highs and lows of working in a creative job or organisation. Bringing together industry experts to share new knowledge and thinking.

Get A Proper Job is made by city network Creative Cardiff, with and for, the creative community.
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#6. A way in: screen industries & socio-economic diversity
In episode six of Get A 'Proper' Job, we have an extended episode which focuses on socio-economic barriers to accessing jobs in the film and TV industry in South Wales and initiatives which look to widen access. We chat to Faye Hannah, an academic researcher focused on policy, workforce and access in the screen industries in Wales, Arts Department Assistant Norman Porter and Sian Harris from the commissioning team at BBC Wales. Full links as discussed in this episode here. This episode was recorded in January 2020. Get A ‘Proper’ Job is made by city network Creative Cardiff, with and for, the creative community. This podcast is recorded at the School of Journalism, Media & Culture at Cardiff University. Presented by: Kayleigh Mcleod. Series producer: Vicki Sutton. Studio engineer & editor: Ffion Clarke. Music by: Tic Ashfield. Artwork by: Hoffi. You can follow Creative Cardiff on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn to find out more about our work or join the Creative Cardiff network.
38:51
May 6, 2020
#5 Musicians and Community
In episode five of Get A 'Proper' Job, Dr Sam Murray, Lecturer in Music Business and Arts Management at Middlesex University London, shares his thoughts on what makes a Music City. We then chat to Cardiff's very own DJ Monique B, a DJ , singer songwriter and member of female five piece Baby Queens, about what music in the city means to her.  You can listen to Monique's first solo single, Put It On You featuring Reuel Elijah, here. This episode was recorded in December 2019.  Get A ‘Proper’ Job is made by city network Creative Cardiff, with and for, the creative community. This podcast is recorded at the School of Journalism, Media & Culture at Cardiff University. Presented by: Kayleigh Mcleod. Series producer: Vicki Sutton. Studio engineer & editor: Ffion Clarke. Music by: Tic Ashfield. Artwork by: Hoffi. You can follow Creative Cardiff on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn to find out more about our work or join the Creative Cardiff network.
22:02
March 26, 2020
#4. Women in Creative Business
In episode four of Get A 'Proper' Job, Gemma Collins - Business Growth Enabler at NatWest - talks about The Rose Review on Female Entrepreneurship. We then discuss the report with Andrea Callanan, founder of Inspire Me and international best selling business author. You can read more about the Rose Review, which was launched on International Women's Day in 2019, here. Get A ‘Proper’ Job is made by city network Creative Cardiff, with and for, the creative community. This podcast is recorded at the School of Journalism, Media & Culture at Cardiff University. Presented by: Kayleigh Mcleod. Series producer: Vicki Sutton. Studio engineer & editor: Ffion Clarke. Music by: Tic Ashfield. Artwork by: Hoffi. You can follow Creative Cardiff on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn to find out more about our work or join the Creative Cardiff network.
25:00
March 5, 2020
#3. Creativity and Wellbeing
In episode three of Get A 'Proper' Job, we hear from Professor Gareth Loudon, who is a professor of Creativity at Cardiff School of Art & Design at Cardiff Metropolitan University about the links between creativity and wellbeing.  We then discuss this with screenwriter and novelist Matthew Hall, who wrote Keeping Faith, and artist Katherine Sheers.    You can read more from Gareth on how purpose links creativity to wellbeing. Get A ‘Proper’ Job is made by city network Creative Cardiff, with and for, the creative community. This podcast is recorded at the School of Journalism, Media & Culture at Cardiff University. Presented by: Kayleigh Mcleod. Series producer: Vicki Sutton. Studio engineer & editor: Ffion Clarke. Music by: Tic Ashfield. Artwork by: Hoffi. You can follow Creative Cardiff on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn to find out more about our work or join the Creative Cardiff network.
27:08
February 21, 2020
#2. No Funny Business
In episode two of Get A 'Proper' Job, we hear from Dr Dimitrinka Stoyanova Russell of Cardiff Business School on her research with Nick Butler - No Funny Business: precarious work and emotional labour in stand-up comedy.   We then have a chat with comedian Steffan Evans, who responds to Dimi's research. Steffan has ‘taken the Welsh comedy scene by storm’ since he first started performing in 2016. He’s supported Elis James on tour, worked on tv and online and appeared at festivals all over the UK with shows including Tales from Wales and If I Die Right Now. You can watch a vodcast about No Funny Business here. Get A ‘Proper’ Job is made by city network Creative Cardiff, with and for, the creative community. This podcast is recorded at the School of Journalism, Media & Culture at Cardiff University. Presented by: Kayleigh Mcleod. Series producer: Vicki Sutton. Studio engineer & editor: Ffion Clarke. Music by: Tic Ashfield. Artwork by: Hoffi. You can follow Creative Cardiff on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn to find out more about our work or join the Creative Cardiff network.
25:41
February 6, 2020
#1. The Rise of the Influencer
In episode one of Get A ‘Proper’ Job, we hear the latest research on creative labour rights for digital content makers from lecturer in digital media studies Dr Francesca Sobande of the Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Culture. Influencers Mark Tregilgis and Jess Davies then respond to this research laid out by Francesca. Jess is a Welsh lifestyle blogger and vlogger who has worked with BBC Wales, S4C and Orchard. Jabber with Jess is her curated corner of the internet - a safe space for sharing thoughts, opinions and views. Mark is a personal trainer and founder of 30 Plus Men’s Fitness. His bootcamps are located all over the UK but he also has an online community of members around the world. He has built his brand using social media, podcasts and video content. Here is a link to an article from Francesca which is particularly relevant to what she discussed during the podcast recording: (currently open access in IPPR Progressive Review and featured in the Wiley Politics special issue on the top political research: UK Election 2019):Memes, digital remix culture and (re)mediating British politics and public life: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/newe.12155 Get A ‘Proper’ Job is made by city network Creative Cardiff, with and for, the creative community. This podcast is recorded at the School of Journalism, Media & Culture at Cardiff University.  Presented by: Kayleigh Mcleod. Series producer: Vicki Sutton. Studio engineer & editor: Ffion Clarke. Music by: Tic Ashfield. Artwork by: Hoffi.  You can follow Creative Cardiff on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn to find out more about our work or join the Creative Cardiff network.
31:36
January 23, 2020