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Recorded at Molineux Monday 6th June 2017

 

This week Natasha J Barnes tells us about being Fanny Brice in Funny Girl at The Grand this July, we find out about the Cosford Air Show from it's Chairman and hear about some of the events in the Vintage Village. Artsfest Co-Ordinator Fran Richards lets us know about the 3 week festival and we learn about the Hip Hop Heritage 'Afterlife' event at the Art Gallery. Music comes from 'Days are done' and we chat with Emmy and Adam from the band.

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Recorded for release 29th May 2017

 

This week we talk Artsfest with four guests from shows that are appearing in Wolverhampton during the festival in June, we hear about A New Flame from their guitarist and Musical Director  ahead of their appearance at The Theatre on the Steps in Bridgenorth this July and we have music from Joanna Forest who tells us all about her Number one Classical Album and the next single to be released from it.

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Recorded at Molineux and The Grand Theatre for release Monday 22nd May 2017

 

This week we hear about the Panto Tour The Grand are taking to schools accross the area when James Collins tells us about the events featuring Ian Adams, we also hear about the Running Wild Funday at The Grand. Rachel Tucker is performing for 2 nights at Birmingham's Pizza Express and tells us all about her show and the tour and we hear from Mister Maker as he starts off his UK tour in Lichfield. We also hear from Earthwatch as they tell us more Schools shoudl be taking classes outdoors.

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Recorded at Molineux Monday 15th May 2017

 

This week David Starr joins us in the studio to play live and share his new album The Head and Heart, we hear from Blue Peter Gardener Chris Collins about his time on the show, Janko Rasete of Agressive Swans lets us know about the lateest news from the band, we meet Nick J Townsend who has been imortalised in an American Horror Novel and Dr Steve Williams talks about National Smile Month from a Dentist's point of view. 

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Recorded for release Monday 8th May 2017

 

This week Darius Campbell tells us about his role in Funny Girl, we hear from the choreographer of Northern Ballet's 'The Boy in the Striped Pajamas’ and we find out about Sour Dough as part of National Bread week with Joy Roxborough. Music comes from the archive from Bilston Operatic and Liam Payne.

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Recorded at Molineux for release Monday 1st May 2017

 

This week Katie Hill talks Glamping, we hear about 'The Woman in Black' at The Grand with Matthew Spencer and we also hear about The Simon and Grafunkel Story at the same venue, the final Year Students from The University of Wolverhampton's Musical Theatre Degree tell us about their end of Year Show '9 to 5' and Dynamics Rock and Pop lets is know about their latest show 'Number Ones'. Music comes from HVMM and Jerry Harmon.

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Recorded at Molineux Monday 24th April 2017

 

This week Cllr Barry Findlay, the Mayor of Wolverhampton, tells us about his charity Auction, Steve Downs of the Wildside Activity Centre has a date for your diary wth their open day, we hear from Joe Martin CEO of Snatch about their Augmented Reality game and Tettenhall Amature Players let us know about their latest production. Alex Ohm provides music with his latest EP 'At First a Drop, Then a Flood'

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Recorded for release Monday 17th April 2017

 

This week Jason Jones tells us what it was like to appear on The Voice, we talk gardens with David Domoney and hear about The Shake of Things Festival in Wolverhampton this weekend. Also we pay tribute to Pete Clements who passed away last week in Houston Texas - Former presenter at Beacon Radio and friend of the show.

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Recorded at Molineux Monday 10th April 2017

 

This week Author Ian Cattell tells us about his debut novel, we hear about the Family Funday at Wolverhampton racecourse, the Beacon Centre lets us know about their appeal for your kids old unused glasses and Dan Harper from Codsall Dramatic Society talks about their next production. Music comes from Kyshona and Robert Lane ahead of their UK co-headline tour.

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Recorded at Molineux and around the country for release Tuesday 4th April 2017

 

This week we hear from TV Chef Dale Pinnock about IBS month, Comedian Marcel Le Count chats with us (from a train toilet) about his show in Wolverhampton on Thursday 6th, we find out about the Gateway to Work project and how your business can help, A Comedy Theatre Company let us know about thier new show PM.com,  Zeta Cobb lets us know about Fogo island and what an amazing destination it now is, Stephen from Blake tells us bout theor Bromsgrove gig, and Dave Luke from The Poobahs tells us about their gig at this weekends Health and Happiness Show,

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