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This week in The Milk Bar - Dan Clark pops in to tell us about Nöe Music and his recent work, Andy Reiss lets us know about Beyond the Barricade's forthcoming midlands gigs, and we hear about an appeal for gifts for our troups overseas to make their Christmas festivities more pleasant and enjoyable in war zones around the world.

Music is supplied by The Limelight who support The Lines this October at the Wulfrun hall on the 8th of October.

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This week in The Milk Bar we meet Wolves new Club Chaplin Rev. David Wright and talk about the restoration project for the Organ at St. Peters in Wolverhampton City centre (and the Elgar music event that launches the appeal), Amy Johnson from Promise Dreams tells us about some of their forthcoming fund raisers for the charity and Bilston Artist Dave Gunning lets us know about his work and forthcoming workshops and exhibition in his home town.

Music this week is supplied by The Hold Ups and we chat with Guitarist Adam Steer about the band.

Don't forget this week is your last chance to get into the draw to win the Philips Vibe 4Gb music and video player (worth £50) we are giving away in conjunction with The Green Room podcast and HMV.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2-Gy7dttN4&feature=related  Watch the videos that tie in with this weeks episode!

This week in The Milk Bar (and out on the road too!) we talk to Richard Green from Goldthorn Theatre about their latest production (an mention his Rotary work too), David Allen tells us about Dementia's performance on the 18th Sept in the menswear dept. at Beaties in Wolverhampton and we chat with Martin Smith from Studio 61 about their adaption of Richard III. The it's off the the gym, well actually the Kyushinkai Martial Arts Centre in Madely, Telford where we meet up with Professional cage fighter Jon Williamson and he puts Zoe thorough her paces and shows her how to take on some of the toughest sportsmen on the planet.

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This week in The Milk Bar we talk to the man at the top of the Darts world Phil 'The Power' Taylor about his work out regime that is helping keep him in pole position in his game, Jonny Terry joins us on the phone to talk about his work as a Stone Mason and we chat with young entrepreneurs  Louis Barnett and Jamie Dunn about their current projects, mentoring and (of course) Chokolit!

Music comes from Duncan Sheik who is the opening act when Howard Jones comes to Bilston's Robin 2 later this month.

All of this and don't forget to enter our competition (in association with HMV and Wolves Mobile) where you have the chance to win yourself a 4Gb Philips Vibe music and video player just by answering a couple of questions, one about The Milk Bar and the other about Phil Butler's The Green Room podcast.

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Nina Blakemore is co-host for episode 64 of The Milk Bar and Jason manages to overload his microphone at every opportunity!!!

This week we talk Radio and TV presenter Gordon Astley about his career to date and how a call from a programme controller somewhere wouldn't go a miss! We hear from Alex Lester, BBC Radio 2's 'Dark Lord' who looks after 'The Best Time of The Day' from 2 until 5am weekdays. We also talk Diabetes and how the Premier League hope to help you avoid it with Katrina Maguire from Wolverhampton Wanderers Community Trust.

Music is supplied by Inju5tice and we have a chat with band member Luke about how they formed and when you can get hold of their debut single.

All this plus the chance to win a Philips Vibe 4Gb Music and Video player just for answering 2 simple questions (about last weeks podcast -  that can be found on epsiode 52 of The Green Room and one about Phil's Lee Mack episode of The Green room - reprised on the start of this show). E-mail your answers to themilkbar@jasonforrest.com or phil@thegreenroompodcast.com.

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