Bob Hickey

Bob Hickey

Bob Hickey is a Kentish born London-based filmmaker. His short “12:34” – comprised of interviews with Stuart Murdoch of indie band Belle and Sebastian narrating his journey from music fan to music artist, set against film from a train journey between Glasgow and London – was critically acclaimed, winning multiple awards, and was aired on Channel 4.

Radio Waves is an incredible true story of Radio City and real life piracy in the Thames Estuary.

Featuring powerful interviews with 'the first lady of pirate radio', Dorothy Calvert.

See it at Shorelines' Cinema.

Where to see


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