PACMAN & Mrs Rhymes - Behind Closed Doors (Prod. The 9Deep Beat
Squad & 40a(pad)
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Jarvis Cocker takes to the streets to peer through stained windows, cold steel bars and Japanese paper screens, to find out just what goes on Behind Closed Doors at night time.
He joins a lock-in where the time bell is never rung, and peers into the deepest recesses of a lock-in brain that belongs to Jack, reliving the night when the doors shut in his brain.
On his nocturnal sojourn Jarvis recalls old times, on the streets of post-industrial Sheffield, and shares the loneliness of the long sentenced prisoner who dreams of empty streets under a full moon.
Take a night walk with Jarvis Cocker; bring a torch. You might find yourself in a dark corner, but you've got a good guide.
Producer: Sara Jane Hall. Published on April 19, 2012.
This July, days after walking into the top job at number 10, Theresa May renewed her commitment to crack down on modern day slavery, describing it as "the great human rights issue of our time".
The 2015 Modern Slavery Act gave prosecutors more options to pursue offenders, it handed judges the ability to dole out life sentences and promised more protection for victims. But in the clamour to tackle modern slavery, has the plight of overseas domestic workers, who toil in the homes of wealthy overseas visitors as nannies, cooks and cleaners, been forgotten?
This summer File on 4 followed migrant domestic workers as they escaped abusive employers in the dead of night. Through their stories, the programme questions whether recent measures go far enough to adequately protect an invisible workforce who've been tricked and trapped into a life of exploitation.
Reporter: Phillip Kemp
Producers: Sarah Shebbeare & Ben Robinson. Published on October 25, 2016.
Shimmering Moods boss Paul Slot has put together a wonderful selection of new and unreleased tracks from the label in celebration of the new Stashed Goods web site. You will find lots of new music along with an EXCLUSIVE SALE here:
1. Gipsi - Belgas
2. Autumna - Heavy Glow (special H version)
3. Bålsam - You'll Be Safe Here
4. James Osland - Where It All Began (sat in a church)
5. Macheteoxidado - Canyon Sequence 3
6. Luca Sigurta - Track 3 from West of Eden
7. Jurko Haltuu - Oh Lights Go Down
8. Maiya Hershey - Outer Rim
9. Eensdenkend - Garden Of Yellow Birds
10. Andrew Tasselmyer - Seattle
11. Mess Montage - The Death Of Optimus Prime
12. Thet Liturgiske Owäsendet - North County
13. Murkok - Akbara
14. Nao Otsuka - Slide On iron 2
15. DR - Ukulele + Playground
Mixed & Selected by Shimmering Moods