So, what makes us MOVE from land to land?

Untelevised: The Podcast

25-05-2022 • 1 hr 54 mins

Movement is a central part of (human) life. For some of us, it is fuelled by excitement and represents adventure or freedom. For others, it is fuelled by fear and represents a chance at survival.

Regardless of the cause of our movement, we all seek some sort of safe land upon arrival - to live, rest, feed, grow and thrive. Whether that land be temporary or permanent, none of us is exempt from this need.

In this episode, we're exploring different forms of movement and investigating how they affect our relationship both with land and with one another. Join us as we speak to Showman, Tyler Hatwell, from Traveller Pride and Diasporan,  Sam Siva, from Land in Our Names (LION).


Learn - what do we mean by movement? (5 mins 15 secs)

Discuss - Tyler Hatwell, Traveller Pride (11 mins 45 secs)  find them on Facebook/ Instagram/ Twitter/ Website

Sam Siva, LION - Land in Our Names (49 mins 30 secs)  find them on Instagram (personal)/ Instagram / Website

Share - what can we all do? (1 hour 40 secs)


Things we mentioned:

Donate to Land in Our Names; Donate to Traveller Pride; Rural Idyll Article (Kate Bernstock, Gal-Dem); Traveller representation in the media; Chav Solidarity Book; People to look up - Zakiya Mckenzie, Clare Ratinon, Corrine Fowler, Robin Wall Kimmerer; Wretched of the Earth Organisation; Decolonising Economics; Friends, Family and Travellers; Kinder in Colour; Black Girls Hike; Muslim Hikers; Right to Roam; Landscapes of Freedom; Dale Farm Traveller Evictions; Police Crime and Sentencing Bill's Impact on Traveller's.

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Untelevised: The Podcast is a joint platform between Filmanthropy and Revoke CIC. Sponsored by the Lankelly Chase Foundation News and Media Fund. Season 4 is produced in collaboration with the New Economics Foundation and Shared Assets.