Recorded Monday 30th March at Molineux.
This week we hear about the recently announced shows at Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre from Scott Bird and Cadet Luke lets us know all about the Octonauts Deep Sea Volcano adventure from the Bridge of the Gup X. Jonny Cole pops in to talk about his stand up work and an unusual charity event he has later this year and last weekend i met up with Colin Anderson Musical Director of the Birmingham Town Hall Choir and he told me about how they formed and the recent success. Music comes from Sasha McVeigh ahead of her UK tour in April and also from The Smokin' Pilchards with Ed Cartwright on the phone who also tells us about the latest venue for his touring art exhibition "Made in Metal"
Recorded at Molineux Monday 23rd of March
This week we hear about from Jeffery Holland and Judy Buxton about The Ghost Train which is on at Wolverhampton's Grand theatre from the 7th to the 11th of April and Richard Lewis tells us about the Octonauts and the Deep Sea Volcano Adventure that is on there on the 15th and 16th of the same month. Stacey Solomon tells us about her new album and we have David Love in the studio for a catch up on his latest TV Quiz show appearances and to play a few of his comedy songs. Chris Smith pops in to tell us all about his book on the Tipton Slasher and Hayley Edwards lets us know about The Haven Refuge's Easter appeal. As well as all of this we have acoustic or studio tracks as well as greeting on our 300th episode from Jess and the Bandits, Mo Evans, Gala, Sasha McVeigh, Effie, Martin Austwick, and Natasha Hagens!
Recorded at Molineux Monday 16th March 2015
This week Michael Brandon tells us about 'A View from The Bridge' that is at Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre from Tuesday 24th of March, John Otway tells us about his life and his music, we hear from The Midland Youth Jazz Orchestra about a very special show later this month Peter Davis tells us about Willenhall's Got Talent on Friday 20th March and how to enter. Music comes from Burn Down Rydell with a listen to their first EP 'Try Silence' that is released on the end of this month.
Recorded at Molineux Monday 9th March 2015
This week we hear from Shaun Williamson about One Man, Two Guvnors which is at Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre from the 17th of March, Grace Ruston from Compton Hospice tells us about their New Superstore in the city, Chuck Micalleff lets us know about the return of The Health and Happiness show and Matt Cotterell lets us know what it was like appearing on BBC2's Two Tribes. Music comes from Dan Walsh and we have a chat with him about his gig in Kingswinford on the 13th of March.
Recorded at Molineux Monday 2nd March 2015
This week we hear from Belinda Lang, Ashley Day, Charlotte Wakefield and Gary Wilmot who appear in Oklahoma at Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre this week, Graham Hughes tells us about his work at the South Staffs Job Clubs, Patrick Collier is the producer of Elephant Man and tells us more about the show that is on at the Arena Theatre on the 6th March and we talk to William Pinchers about SkyHunters and the birds of Prey that he works with. Music comes from Jess and the Bandits when we have a chat with Jessica Clemmons and we also hear from Ward Thomas about their recent work too.
Recorded at Molineux Monday 23rd February 2015
This week we talk to Katie Astbury, Tye Matthew
Harris, Harry Golightly and Liam Sargeant who share some of the songs from
Legally Blonde which is at Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre from the 10th-14th
March 2015 - after this you know you will need to come see the show! Marcelle
Rollings, Muscom's Chair, also joins us to tell us more about their work.
Julian Britton tells us about the WV1 Comedy night in March at Molineux, we
hear from Alex Vann about his Art Exhibition in Shiffnal, MYK productions pop
in with Adam Lacey telling us about DogFight at the Arena in April and Maison
Kelly and Cecily Redman singing a song from the show, Cllr John Reynolds lets
us know how you can find your nearest council services and we hear about The
Old School Tea Rooms in Essington. James Kennedy from Kyshera is on the phone
ahead of their gig at the Robin 2 in April and Lynne O'Reardon tells us about
the Wolves EarlyBird Season ticket offer.
Recorded at Molineux on Monday 16th February 2015
This week we hear from Andy Reiss about Beyond The Barricade at Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre in May this year, Julia Saint from the Willenhall Heritage Trust tells us about their planned Lock Maker's Memorial, we hear about Rock for Spon at the Robin 2 later this year and the team from The Wolverhampton Credit Union tell us about their work. Jeremy went to London to meet up with Pete Waterman to find out about his work on Kylie's first 4 albums and Arran Page joins us to play live and share his new single 'Young and Dumb'.
Recorded at Molineux Monday 9th February 2015
This week we talk to Gary Wilmot ahead of his appearance at Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre in Oklahoma from the 3rd of March, David Tristram tells us about his latest stage show featuring Gill Jordan in Women on Top, Piers Ward updates us on Me and My Golf.com and we hear from McBusted about their forthcoming UK tour. Tinned Astronaut are in the studio and play live.
Recorded at Molineux for release Monday 2nd February 2015
This week we talk to Verity Rushworth who is appearing in 'And Then There Were None' at Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre from the 2nd, also at the Grand from the 17th of February is Roberta Kerr who is in'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time' and we hear from her too. We find out about an appeal for Scrap Brass from The Black Country Living Museum and Clairvoyant John Starkey tells us about some forthcoming events. Chris and Rob from Red Already pop in for a chat and to play some live tunes.
Recorded at Molineux Monday 26th January 2015
This week we talk to Joshua Jenkins who takes the lead role of Christopher Boone in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time when it arrives at Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre in February, Grace Ruston from Compton Hospice tells us about how this year she is taking part on one of the Hospice's big events, the team from ARDB Red Ballon pop in to let us know about their Enchantment Under the Sea event on the 14th of February and we hear from Martin Fisher of the Aldridge Transport Museum about their Running day on 21st February. Music comes from Jordan Adams and he joins us on the phone for a chat about his work.