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Audible Live from Wilderness Festival 2019

Written by: Audible Live
Length: 6 hrs and 40 mins

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Please note: contains strong language and adult content.

Sit back and immerse yourself in the power of voice, as stories, ideas and characters come to life in this live recording of performances from the Audible Live Stage at Wilderness Festival.

Listen to extracts of one-off live performances, talks, discussions and comedy in this curated selection of the inspiring talent that appeared on the stage across the weekend. 

Featuring performances from:


Maisie Hill: Period Power - 00.00
Miranda Kane in conversation with Hana Walker-Brown – 20.15
Helen Lederer’s Women in Comedy Panel – 40.00
Kae Kurd – 1.10.40
Angela Barnes – 1.29.05
George The Poet – 1.40.00


In The Writers Voice: Anneka Harry, Bonnie Greer and Cash Carraway - 0.00
Sabrina Grant in Conversation with Extinction Rebellion’s Tamsin Omond – 50.00


To The Woman Live with Scarlett Curtis, Lisa Luxx, Grace Savage, Jade Anouka, Anneka Harry, Cash Carraway plus special guests Bonnie Greer and Rose McGowan – 00.00
Dermot O’Leary and John Lloyd - 59.25
June Sarpong in conversation with Rose McGowan – 01.13


Mediation with Carl Faure - 00.00
The Little Book of Calm by Dr Aaron Balick – 11.00
An exploration of the power of voice by Reeps One – 22.30
Everybody Died So I Got I Dog by Emily Dean – 35.45
Poetry Hijack – Toby Thompson, Jade Anouka, Charly Cox, Lisa Luxx 01.01.25

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  • B. Mereda
  • 08-01-20


There was a well presented poem but unfortunately was one sided. Really bad was the discussion with a left extremest supporting the groups violence despite the fact that it was mentioned several times that they are no expert. As a scientist I can confirm that they don’t know what they do.

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