The Artist Taxi Driver (whose YouTube channel offers hundreds of personal political statements and rants alongside interviews with political and cultural figures of all kinds) interviewed Penny Rimbaud at home at Dial House in a series of four 10-11 minute episodes, recorded in the last few days (of January 2014). The setting was a break with the interviewer’s usual style – which normally sees interviews carried out ‘in the cab’. Part one is, unsurprisingly, followed in turn by part two and part three and wrapped up with part four. The intentionally unstructured interview ‘journey’ begins with memories of Rimbaud’s work on a coal lorry, and the aspirations which led to the setting up of Dial House, and ends with some reflections on the political positions of Pete Seeger and the inevitability of the state’s surveillance of its opponents…