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The first ever Community Radio Awards took place in the UK last night at Birmingham’s City University, and #hexology is delighted to announce that the Jaibli Salaam Radio Series produced by Gilly Smith and sponsored by #hexology for Radio Reverb, won a Silver Award in the Speech and Journalism Category. Created for Syrian refugees…(Read More)

Back in the summer, as thousands of refugees were fleeing war-torn Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, we wondered what hexology could do to help. With the stories of displaced people dominating our thoughts, we decided to take to the airwaves, to record the stories of Brighton’s Syrian community for Radioreverb. It would be called…(Read More)

Hexing the Newshounds

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It’s beginning to catch on. A chat over lunch leads to a Facebook message, a tweet results in a text, an exchange by the water cooler gets the phone ringing. So a teacher who runs a journalism club asks. ‘Could we use hexology with our 11 and 12 year olds? We want to get…(Read More)

Chatting to artist Clare Fearon this week about how she might use hex with her heads painted on objects. As she pondered on what she’ll create for the Christmas markets this year, the tales her heads could tell through recovered vases and rediscovered jugs. It set us off on a rant about throwaway culture…(Read More)

When Jenny Barrett, entrepreneur and owner of Supernatural Collections met Darrel J Butlin, founder of Hexology last week, it was the technology that pushed some serious super-thinking. Jenny, set on finding ever more sustainable fabrics for her super-organic kids’ clothing range, wants her customers to know all about the seaweed, beech trees and…(Read More)