Recorded for release W/C 11th March 2019 at The Light House Media Centre.

 

This week Samantha Womack tells us about her role in The Girl on the Train at The Wolverhampton Grand, Quintin Wilson talks about the troubles faced by young drivers, Anglo-German duo 'Paul Walker & Karen Pfeiffer share their music ahead of appearing at The MET studio at the Stafford Gatehouse this weekend, we hear from 3 of the walkers raising funds for charity Ava's Angels, Beth Berwick Lowe and Carl Cook join us to talk about MitchFest 2019 in memory of Mitch Bastable, we find out about the movie Snarl and we find out about the latest donation to The Haven Women's Refuge by the former workers of Goodyear.

Recorded for release W/C 4th March 2019

 

This week we find out about Avenue Q ahead of it's arrival at the Grand, we chat about International Women's Day and the single Twenty First Century Woman, we have mouth hygiene tips from The Singing Dentist and Lost Dog tell us about Juliet and Romeo. Binky calls in to share some of her music too. 

Recorded for release Monday 25th Feb 2019

This week we find out how you could be on The Voice in 2020, James Collins of The Grand lets us know about free Stand Up sessions for youngsters aged 11-16, Codsall Dramatic Society tell us about their production of The Vicar of Dibley and we hear from Lupin Theatre Co. about return to the forbidden planet. Music comes from The Voice - Kids former contestant Lucy Thomas.

Released Monday 18th February 2019

 

This week Dom Joly talks the Save The Children campaign to protect youngster in conflict zones, Gloria Hunniford tells us not to Cut Corners with Gas Safety, Harry Fabulous Brown of The Band chats about the show ahead of arriving at The Grand, we find out about the latest Wolverhampton performance of The Band of the West Midlands Fire Service and Pipeline Theatre let us know about 'Drip, Drip, Drip' at The Arena Theatre. Music comes from The Southern Companion with Darren Hodson joining us on the phone for a chat. 

Recorded for release Monday 11th February 2019

 

This week Lucy Alexander chats about what kids look for in a home, Michael Smithan lets us know about The Sounds of TheFortunes gig at The Theatre on the Steps, we find out about the 2019 Stafford Shakespear Festival, Kelly Jeffs of the light house lets us know about their latest events, we find out about the massive refurbishment of the Red Lion in Wednesfield and hear of the success of the Animated series Masha and the Bear. 

Recorded at The Light Hose Media Centre for release W/C 4th Feb 2019

 

This week we talk to Author Sophea Saroay about her book Animal Alphabet, Nic Swann chats about the Helen O'Grady Drama Accademy, we find out anout the National Geographic campaign to save Lions Habitat, Melanie Greggain shares her new single and Josh Griffiths and Nathan Walters pop in for a chat.

Recorded for release Monday 28th January 2019

 

This week Barry 'Bean' Whitwam from Herman' Hermits charts about the Sensational 60's Experience at The Grand in February, Phil Spence talks about what we want when buying a new home, we hear from Tanya Reynolds about series 3 of Delicious, Katie Goldfinch tells us about 'The Crucible of the Vampire' in it's release week in cinemas across the UK, we hear more about the Beyond Music Festival raising funds for The Haven and we have music from Molly Tuttle, Arkansas Dave and Lyna Galiara. 

Episode 500 of The Milk Bar recorded LIVE in The Spotlight Lounge at The Grand Theatre Wolverhampton.

Megan Reece (The Voice) , Robert Bowers (Artist), Jamie Russon (Moose's Music Hole) , Alex Vann (Singer/Songwriter/Artist) , Phil Turner (Wolverhampton Lit Fest), Scott Bird (Wolverhampton Grand), MIke Horton (Nordic Walking UK) and Jann Brookfield (Producer) join us to celebrate the 500th Episode.

Recorded at Wolverhampton Racecourse and WCR FM for release on the 14th January 2019

 

This week we hear from Muscom about their Production of The Producers, Black Country Triathletes let us know about their open sessions, Mystical productions have a casting call for their summer panto Aladdin and we meet 5 of the Poets from Poets against racism which is part of the Wolverhampton Literature Festival this year. Music comes from Asta Bria and she joins us on the phone for a chat.

Recorded for Release W/C 7th January 2019

 

This week Mark Williams, Vicky Entwistle, Adèle Anderson and Brian Capron tell me all about Doctor Dolittle ahead of it's appearance at The Wolverhampton Grand from the 29th of January, Birmingham Youth Theatre let us know about Snow White this week at the Birmingham Old Rep, we find out about a coffee morning organised by Crohn's and Colitis UK that takes place at The Lighthouse in Wolverhampton on the 12th of January and Donna Dawson chats about how not to fail with our New Years Resolutions. Music comes from Michael Armstrong with tracks from his latest album 'Looking for the World'.

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