Psychogeography from Huddersfield to Hackney

The latest episode of Inside Culture on RTE Radio 1 features a report by Regan Hutchins from the 4th World Congress of Psychogeography, which took place in Huddersfield in September.

The report features Unofficial Britain’s Gareth E. Rees as he explores Huddersfield’s superstore car parks, clips from Sonia Overall‘s Mishtory Tour, plus contributions from Morag Rose of Manchester’s LoiterersResistance Movement and artist/writer Kevin Boniface.

The programme also features an interview with Iain Sinclair about his new book The Last London, a chat with Karl Whitney, author of Hidden Cities, and some deep mapping in Dublin.

You can listen to it below…

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