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The Curator Podcast

By Mark Fraser

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Description

The Curator is a podcast about passion and creativity. We chat to musicians and artists about their creative process, why they do what they do and the passion that drives them. We also talk about other stuff sometimes (most times) but hey, it’s all part of the conversation, right? New episode every second Thursday.

Customer Reviews

Thanks goodness for some real creative spark!

What we have needed for so long in Scotland and beyond is someone interested in bringing us the thoughts of creatives. Im really excited about finding out how my favourite musicians and artists feel about their experiences, inspirations and what drives them. Congratulations on a great product, already at such an early stage. I look forward to more!

Great interviewees!

Some great interviews here with some fantastic interviewees. The masked intruder interview is definitely a highlight. Great questions overall and a good insight into the songwriting process and touring life.

An awesome insight into passion and creativity

I’ve listened to a few episodes of this show so far, and I’m really enjoying it. Mark is a great host and asks thoughtful questions to his guests about creativity and passion. I’ve particularly enjoyed the interviews with Anthony from Bayside and Steven from Struggletown Records. I love hearing about what drives creative people, and Mark asks all the right questions. Plus, it’s always nice to hear a fellow podcaster from Scotland! Highly recommended.