Authors Posts by Pamela Kokoszka

Pamela Kokoszka



Home From Home

As I am a Pole living in Britain far away from my culture and everything I grew up with, last weekend I couldn't possibly...

Top Of The Morning

Morgenland, which means 'morning country' in German, is a solo exhibition by German artist Elger Esser, currently showing at the Parasol Unit in Old...

Living With A Silent Secret

Have you ever thought what it would be like not to be able to hear? Of course not, why would you? When I was six...

Open Your Eyes And Help The Homeless

You get up in the morning, get ready and run out of the house to catch the train to go to work, you get there...
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The Current No. 9: Are Men Welcome On Women’s Marches?

In the run-up to International Women's Day, our top issues talk show The Current considers the position of men on marches led and organised by women. Presenter:...
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The Current No 7: Do We DO Valentine’s Nowadays?

In this week's edition of The Current, Jess Gray and Aurora Krogh discuss the rosy (or should that be 'thorny'?) question of Valentine's Day...
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The Current No 6: Pay-As-You-Go Healthcare

In this week's edition of our topical talk show The Current, Sydney Kauffman introduces the current controversy over charging patients upfront if they are...
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The Current: The Year In Rapid Rewind

The Current rewinds over the year in double quick time. Introduced by Sydney Kauffman. Film editing by Pamela Kokoszka.  
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The Current: Whose Christmas Is It, Anyway?

For the second edition of The Current, Sydney Kauffman explores the reach of Christmas with Liam Macdevitt and Hannah-Mariam Chowdhury Film editing by Pamela Kokoszka  

Identifying Star Wars

When I heard there was going to be an exhibition of my beloved Star Wars I just knew I would have to go and...
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Which Blair Project?!

For the first edition of Rising East's new discussion slot The Current, Sydney Kauffman asks fellow millennial voters Drew Goodsell and Casey Cooper-Fiske what they...

Picturing The Pickers

When I went to Stratford to see the launch screening of a film called Foreign Pickers I was surprised how empty the auditorium was. There were...

East End Fright Night With A Touch of Feminism

From Hell is a 2001 American horror film directed by the Hughes brothers and based on the novel about the Jack The Ripper murders by...

Warehouse (Tour) Party

After hearing about the opening of the new gallery at the Museum of London Docklands I couldn’t resist checking it out. I’d never been...

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