Janine interviews various people; various people interview Janine!
I was delighted to have a chat with some old muckers for the Jamming! podcast, and the episode is now available for your listening pleasure. It also features my poem 'Lighting, Rigged' about being sexually assaulted as a teenager at a gig.
Janine Booth interviews musician Rhoda Dakar, who talks about Two-Tone, policing, the centrality of class and much much more! Read the full text of the interview here.
Rhoda was in The Bodysnatchers and The Special AKA, and performed in "Free Nelson Mandela"
Rhoda Dakar's latest single is Stand Together.
In April 2015, the awesome Lunar Poetry Podcast interviewed Janine.
Listen to the podcast here (and listen to Lunar's many other most excellent poetry interviews and discussions)
Here's the transcript:
Host: David Turner – DT; Guest: Janine Booth – JB
Janine interviewed in 2015 by Stand Up and Spit about her 1980s incarnation as The Big J, ranting poet, and her 2010s poetic reincarnation.
Autism educator Damian Milton (South Bank University, National Autistic Society) recently spoke with author Janine Booth about some of the issues raised in her new book, Autism Equality in the Workplace: Removing Barriers and Challenging Discrimination. During the interview Janine speaks at length about the importance of unions for employees with autism and how improved communication and understanding of autism by employers can benefit all workers.