Jason Forrest in The Milk Bar - Episode 389

Recorded at Molineux Monday 5th December 2016


This week Timmy Mallet tells us how adults just dont want to grow up, Vix from Fuzzbox lets us hear their new single and shares news of their plans for the new year, we find out about a charity football match rasing funds for Compton Hospice and Smile for Joel, Tom Bissell pops in to talk about 'Thank Book For' and their work in the world literature, we talk tea rooms with Richard Simpkin of Essington Farm, RDB Red Baloon let us know about their latest charity event and we chat with Naill from Keels about their debut single.



Jason Forrest in The Milk Bar - Episode 388

Recorded at Molineux, 101.8 WCR FM, Brewood and The Grand Panto Launch for release Monday 28th November 2016


Mr Bloom (aka Ben Faulks) and Ian Adams talk Panto with less than 2 weeks until Aladdin opens at The Grand, Kristian Thomas lets us know what he has ahead in the word of Gymnastics in 2017 as he turns on the Christmas lights in Brewood, we find out about the Christmas Soccer Schools from the Wolves Community Trust, and Darren Baggs from Wolverhampton Homes talks about their Rent First campaign. Muisc comes from Michael Armstrong with his forhtcoming release of Little Girl (Bells of Christmas) and we also hear from Wayne Swift about Vocalists fighting Child Cancer release of We are the World.



Jason Forrest in The Milk Bar - Episode 387

Recorded at Molineux Monday 21st November 2016

This week we find out about the latest tour of Dirty Dancing which is at The Wolverhampton Grand next week, we talk to one of the 3 Divas about their apperance at The Robin 2, we find out About Wolf Town and bring you music from Tinned Astronaught one of the bands appearing on the night, Grace Ruston from Compton Hospice tells us about their Christmas event this weekend, Dan Harper lets us know about the Codsall Christmas Fair, we find out about The Flaky Tarts and their gig at The Arena and we chat with Jo Timms abou the latest production from Tettenhall Amature Players. Steve Young is our featured artist and we hear his double A side single and look back at his recent Christmas Song.



Jason Forrest in The Milk Bar - Episode 386

Recorded at Molineux Mondat 14th Novemebr 2016


This week we chat with Doreen Tipton about panto, Lucy Follows about 'Just Sing' in aid of the Stroke Association, Graham Arnold abiot his latest charty walk, Kate Pingree Webber on the 'Feed the World' event making money for The Well food bank and Dan Harper lets us know about the play 'Beauty and the Beast' from Codsall Dramatic. We have a natter with two musicians, Henry from The 27 and Kevin McGuire and we have tunes from them and several other artists on episode 386.



Jason Forrest in The Milk Bar - Episode 385

Recorded at Molineux Monday 7th November 2016

We talk to Tony Christie about appearing at The Grand on the 10th of November as well as hearing about their full new season and Aida that is on at the theatre too. Robert Bowers tells us about a Christmas Panda Event and we are joined in the studio by Molly Risker one of the start of the TV show 'Raised by Wolves' to let us know about their kickstarter campaign to save the show. We hear about a Quartet playing in Bloxwich over the weekend and Miles Hunt from The Wonderstuff shares their new single. We also hear new music from The Alarm and The Youngstars with Jim Dooley telling us about their track raising funds for a Bomber Command Memorial. Sian Cross lets us her her forthcoming EP and chats about her gig at The Robin 2 later this month.


Jason Forrest in The Milk Bar - Episode 384

Recorded at Molineux Monday 31st October 2016

This week we find out about three shows at the grand, 80's Mania, Bilston Operatic's 'Our House' and this years Panto Aladdin with Lucy Kay and Stephan Pejic. Music comes from Ian Prowse of Pele/Amsterdam and we hear all about 'Yes Prime Minister' that is being stages by the Pattingham Drama Group. If you are part of a Community Group looking for funding then Phillipa Forrester tells us about Anglians 50/50 campaign and Stevie Stone lets us know abut some opportunities for musicians to promote their music.


Jason Forrest in The Milk Bar - Episode 383

Recorded at Molineux Monday 24th October 2016

This Week Joe McElderry and Lisa Riley talk about Aladdin at The Grand and we hear about Vampires of Rock - Ghost Train which is there on the 29th of October. Aarron Twitchen lets us know about his work in comedy and his brand new YouTube sketch show and we find out about LoneALERT and their charity give away. Mark Deeks shares his Northumbrian titles music and James Sayers laets us listen to his brand new single. We also hear the latest track from Ghosts of Social Networks.


Jason Forrest in The Milk Bar - Episode 382

Recorded at Molineux Monday 17th October 2016

This week we hear about Back to Bacharch and a Black Country Fairytale, Both at The Grand in October, we find out about a 70's Disco from Stuart Russell, Ben Aldridge lets us know about the DVD release of the BBC's 'Our Girl' and Stephen from Blake reveals details of their forthcoming seasonal tour. Also we have music from Alexis Houston as she prepares to perform across the US before heading to Europe early next year.


Jason Forrest in The Milk Bar - Episode 381

Recorded at Molineux and in Al Jubail, KSA

This week we hear about Home at Seven from Brian Capron ahead of the show arriving at The Grand in November, Les McKeown of the Bay City Rollers tells us about his gig at The Robin 2 later this month, we hear from Felicity Ward about her set at The Art Gallery in October, Alison Dunne talks about Cloaks which arrives at The Arena this week, Robert Bowers warns of the dangers of Bad Pandas if you don't have a sock to hand and Tommy Flemming talks about Paddy which is on at The Place Oakengates next month. Music comes from Urbane with Kevin Bruerton on the line for a chat and we hear the new single from Obzidian with the boys popping into the studio for a natter.


Jason Forrest in The Milk Bar - Episode 380

Recorded at Molineux for release 1st October 2016

This week Suzi Perry tells us about her honorary degree from The University of Wolverhampton, Mike Read lets us know about his latest TV show 'Tin Pan Alley', we catch up with the stars ot The Witches of Eastwick from Trinity Musical Theatre and more of the cast of 9 to 5 The Musical join us to talk about the South Staffs Musical Theatre production. Jade Seker from The Haven lets us know about their Million Steps event and we have music from Sonificade with James Best joining us on the phone for a chat.  

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