Recorded at Molineux for release Monday 18th May 2015
This week Alex Beaumont talks to us about 'Dreamboats and Mini-Skirts' that is at The Grand in Wolverhampton this June, we hear from John Grayson about 'Georgian Enamel: Piecing together a New Narrative' which is currently on display at Bantock House, Beth Berwick-Lowe tells us about The Operetta 'Goodnight Vienna' that is being staged by Tettenhall Operatic this month and Ian Billings tells us about this years Panto at The Place, Oakengates, Telford. Tia McGraff and David Star both join us on the phone to talk about their careers in Music and we have songs on the show from both artists.
Recorded at Molineux Monday 11th
This week we talk to Claire Sweeney about 'Sex in Suburbia' which she Brings to Wolverhampton’s Grand Theatre later this
month, Cllr Mike Heap The Mayor of Wolverhampton lets us know about his charity
auction currently being run online, Claudia Gilmour tells us about the
auditions for community cast members to take roles in “The Boy In The Stripped Pyjamas”
and we find out all about the new
Satellite of Brewood and District Rotary club’s first event, Satellite Swings. We also hear about a charity event at the Dormston Mill Theatre that is supporting Cancer Research and takes place on the 21st of May.
Ryan Evans joins us in the studio to play
live and share some of his solo studio recordings.
Recorded at Molineux for release Monday 4th May 2015
This week we talk to Gareth David Lloyd (Ianto from Torchwood) about his role in Twelve Angry Men at Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre from the 18th of May, we find out about the Local History talks taking place in Wolverhampton this month from Paul Quigley, Ben Clark from Pappy's joins us on the phone to let us know about The Hilarity Charity Gala in June, we talk to Gemma Hale and Steve Moreton about their charity bike ride for Men United and former Westlife member Markus Feehily tells us about his solo career. Music comes from The Miss Fortunes who join us in the studio to share their retro sound.
Recorded at Molineux Monday 27th April 2015
This week we have news of Zoe's baby who arrived at the weekend, Zoe Birkett and Jamie-Ray Hartshorne chat with us about The Bodyguard at The Grand, Andy Reiss from Beyond The Barricade pops in to sing a few songs and Dave Brooks of Casltecroft Rangers joins us in the studio to talk about their successful Season. Fred Bunce lets us know what is going on in the City Centre to mark the 70th Anniversary of VE day and we hear from WBOS Youth about their show this weekend. Jeremy chats with Connor Maynard about his latest work and we have music from the Black Rapids ahead of their gig on the 9th at the Bookmark Bloxwich.
Recorded for release Monday 20th April 2015
This week we hear from The Reduced Shakespeare Company about 'The Complete History of Comedy - Abridged' which they bring to The Grand Theatre in May, Janine Graeme tells us about her website 'WotsOutThereFOrMe?' which details accessable events, Abi Kemp joins us from Holden's Brewery to talk about their 100th anniversary and Darren Groucutt updates us on the Blue Plaque for Kelly that is now in place in Coseley. Music comes from John and Jacob who Jeremy caught up with whilst they were out on tour and we also have a couple of tunes from Passion Star with their '90s singles 'To Be The One' and 'Lashing Out'.
Recorded at Molineux Monday 13th April 2015
This week we meet some of the cast from the WBOS production of Ghost the musical which is at Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre in May, Jason Guy from First4Staff joins us to talk about the charity fundraising they have been doing, Chris King Robinson tells us about his gig at The Robin 2 and we hear from Sharleen Spiteri about 25 year of her band Texas and their current tour and Willenhall Musical Theatre Company tell su about 'Crazy for You'. Matthew Richard joins us on the phone to talk about his new album and we hear a couple of tracks from 'Thinking about you'.
Recorded at Molineux for Release Monday 6th April 2015
This week we meet The Chuckle Brothers who are appearing in Panto at Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre this Christmas, Will Dorrell tells us what is going on at Hoo Farm, the lads from 'Dog Fight' that is at The Arena Theatre this week come and sing a song from the show, Jeremy caught up with Blue who are currently gigging around the UK and we hear how you can keep the kids entertained over the remaining Easter Holiday with Soccer Schools from Wolves Community Trust. Music comes from both Jess and the Bandits as we hear two tracks from their debut Album 'Here we go again...' and Sonia Leigh joins us on the phone to talk about her music and European tour.
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.