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Award-Winning Actor Andrew Jenkins and Director Chris Scheuerman on It’s A Question Of Balance with Ruth Copland

Ruth Copland interviews film director, producer, and writer Chris Scheuerman and award-winning actor and producer Andrew Jenkins from the new feature film Lost Solace (broadcast 3rd September). Listen to the interview here It's A Question Of Balance - Chris Scheuerman Andrew Jenkins Their latest project together is the feature film Lost Solace, a psychological thriller, which Chris wrote and directed, and which was an Official Selection at the 2016 Cinequest film festival and Frightfest London. Lost Solace is the story of a young sociopath who after taking a new brand of ecstasy, goes on a mind bending trip that causes him to feel and question his morality for the first time in his life. Chris’s screenplay details his love of character and his desire to explore our fragile human condition through unique and accessible stories. Andrew Jenkins is an award-winning actor and native of Alberta, Canada, who has appeared on stage, as well as in numerous film and television roles including the lead in the series Stormworld; a recurring guest spot on Wayward Pines, working alongside Oscar nominee Matt Dillon; as the love interest of Mireille Enos in the hit show Supernatural; and as Sir Percival in the award-winning TV show Once Upon A Time. Andrew plays the lead role in the feature film Lost Solace, the story of which he helped develop.

For more info and to hear previous shows visit www.itsaquestionofbalance.com

Photo: Left to Right: Chris Scheuerman, Director and Writer; Andrew Jenkins, actor and producer.

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Anne Sconberg and Mark Henderson Special Guests on It’s A Question Of Balance with Ruth Copland

This week as her special guests from the arts Ruth Copland is pleased to be interviewing Anne Sconberg and Mark Henderson, founders of the largest, most diverse art event in the Bay Area, Anne and Mark’s Art Party. Listen to the interview here It's A Question of Balance - Anne Sconberg Mark Henderson (broadcast Aug 13). With 34,000 square feet of gallery space, music, dance, art cars, food trucks, Fire, Fashion and Film, it is described as "Burning Man in a Tux”. This year's theme is "Alice in Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass" When you attend you are more than just a viewer...you become a participant, and the event benefits Silicon Valley Creates. Listen in to hear how Anne and Mark started the event in their own home and grew it to where it is one of the most anticipated arts events in Northern California.

For more info and to hear previous shows visit www.itsaquestionofbalance.com

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‘Where Do We Draw The Privacy Line in a Public Space?’ It’s A Question Of Balance 8-9 PM Saturday 13th August

This Saturday 13th August 8-9 PM on It’s A Question Of Balance we are featuring Out And About - thought-provoking conversations on the street. We consider ‘Where Do We Draw The Privacy Line in a Public Space?’

From a legal perspective there is only an expectation of privacy in public in very limited circumstances. Nevertheless, there has always been an informal code of conduct governing our respect for others’ personal space and privacy in public. Nowadays with the advent of social media and nearly every phone being a camera has this code of conduct changed? What level of privacy do we expect in a public space? How much privacy do we accord others? Is this dependent on how we were brought up? Or what our friends do? When posting content acquired in a public space do people even think about when it’s appropriate to do so? Is there a difference between taking video or photos to share just with friends in person, and posting that photo or video on social media?

There’s been a lot of discussion of surveillance by the state via CCTV cameras, particularly prevalent in the UK, with the whole fear of ‘Big Brother is watching you’. Is it possible though that we the people are in danger of actually becoming Big Brother by voluntarily posting so much information about ourselves and other people so that there is no real privacy? Due to the possibility to search information online and the ease with which law enforcement agencies and technology companies can aggregate data, a lot of information about people that once would have been considered personal is now readily available. Do you feel we have changed our perception of what personal or private information constitutes?

What do you think? Ruth Copland gets the views of people on the street for our Out and About feature. Join us on Saturday 8-9 PM! For more info on the show and to hear past shows visit www.itsaquestionofbalance.com

In Out And About we consider topics with local relevance and global significance. The idea is to get us thinking about the questions that affect us all - to stimulate new thinking, or clarify what we already feel. To hear how other people’s opinions may differ from or be similar to our own.

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Juliet Sargeant Special Guest on It’s A Question Of Balance with Ruth Copland Saturday 6th August 8-9 PM

 

This week as her special guest from the arts Ruth Copland is pleased to be interviewing award-winning British garden designer Juliet Sargeant. Listen to the interview here It's A Question Of Balance - Juliet Sargeant (broadcast Aug 6). This year, Juliet designed the Modern Slavery Garden for the Royal Horticultural Society’s world-famous Chelsea Flower Show. The garden was a thought-provoking conceptual evocation of modern slavery and was the first social campaign garden in the flower show’s 104-year history. It was awarded a Gold Medal and the coveted People’s Choice Prize. Juliet has been winning awards for 20 years for her imaginative solutions to complex garden problems. Having previously worked as a medical doctor and with a degree in psychology, Juliet sees gardens and landscapes as central to the health and well-being of individuals and society as a whole. Juliet sees garden design as an art form, and looks forward to the day when gardens will be fully valued for their contribution to society.

For more info and to hear previous shows visit www.itsaquestionofbalance.com

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‘What Does America Being Great Mean To You?’ It’s A Question Of Balance 8-9 PM Saturday 30th July

This Saturday 30th July 8-9 PM on It’s A Question Of Balance we are featuring Out And About - thought-provoking conversations on the street. We consider ‘What Does America Being Great Mean To You?’

According to Inquisitr, Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant has said that the 1980s was the best decade as America was great then because the economy was so strong it exploded and America’s enemies feared it. Do you think about America in terms of being ‘great’? When people think of America being great are they thinking primarily in terms of the economy and military power? What qualities would America embody to be great in your opinion? Is being great based on how America is viewed from the outside - how it dominates the world or how it is viewed as a world power economically and militarily? Or is it more about how it treats its own people and is viewed by them? Great is a superlative. It’s common for Americans to say that America is the greatest country in the world. How important is it to you that America is the best country in the world? If you allow yourself to be nostalgic - are there things that you remember fondly that don’t exist today that you wish did? Do you think America's greatest years are behind it or could still be ahead of it? What does America being great mean to you?

What do you think? Ruth Copland gets the views of people on the street for our Out and About feature. Join us on Saturday 8-9 PM! For more info on the show and to hear past shows visit www.itsaquestionofbalance.com

In Out And About we consider topics with local relevance and global significance. The idea is to get us thinking about the questions that affect us all - to stimulate new thinking, or clarify what we already feel. To hear how other people’s opinions may differ from or be similar to our own.

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Steven Friedman Special Guest on It’s A Question Of Balance with Ruth Copland

This week as her special guest from the arts Ruth Copland is pleased to be interviewing scientist, philosopher, artist and performer Steven Friedman. Listen to the interview here It's A Question Of Balance - Steven Friedman (broadcast 23 July). Excelling in academics from an early age, Steven’s contributions to molecular biology and medicine range from developing methods to work out the structure of viruses to conceiving smart chemotherapeutics against cancer. Steven Friedman’s writings include philosophy, poetry, and plays; his art, ranging from representational pastels to acrylic under acrylic poles, has been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions and has entered major private collections around the world. A prominent contemporary intellectual, Richard T. Murphy, has written that Steven Friedman is “the only person I have ever known who I am sure is a genius, someone whom one could pair with Einstein and not sound silly.”

For more info and to hear previous shows visit www.itsaquestionofbalance.com

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