This week we talk Halloween with Heather Wastie as she reads us a Poem she is due to perform at a Poetry Slam in Bilston and also she shares her 'Soundbeam' with us..... One of Zoe's old school friends dished the dirt on her childhood and tells us about Tennis in Wolverhampton.... Also Maureen Nolan joins us on the phone to say thanks to the fans for their support in our city at their gig earlier this month as well as tell us about the New Nolans DVD 'In the Mood...Again!'
Another action packed Milk Bar - Happy Halloween!!!
This week in The Milk Bar Zoe succumbs to a strange malaise and crys off for a week - stepping into her shoes (well some other shoes a couple of sizes bigger but looking so much more dainty) is the delightful Nina Blakemore :-)
Guests this week are the Meetings organiser from the Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy ZZ9 Plural Z Alpha, Malcolm Edwards from the Midlands Counties Entertainment Council, Nick from Metal band Primitai and Phil Parton pops in to sing a few songs for us.
Sit back and hope Zoe isn't contagious with this weeks episode of The Milk Bar.....
This week as The Milk Bar sort of comes of age we are joined by Author Ann Ashley who talks about her two books, her love of language & ley lines as well as 'Transition Towns'. Music comes from the fabulous band Razor Blade Kisses when one half of their singing sisters pairing Layla dials in to tell us bout their musical roots and their forthcoming second album 'Twinkle Twinkle Little Scar'.
Lee Ashbourne of Bingo for men and Bingo junkies is on the phone to make this weeks episode a full house... so eyes down ears open for this weeks episode of The Milk Bar... now where is my dabber...
This week Three Word Enemy provide music, Ken Rock tells us about writing for the comedy greats (including The Two Ronnies, Dave Allen and Ken Dodd) and then writes for a comedy no-hope-er (Zoe). We discuss attention deficit disorder and catch up with Musician Simon Lees (in Zoe's Mystery guest slot and Jason actually guesses them this week with out help or them saying their name!)
Yes... prepare to lose almost an hour of your life you will never be able to get back as you listen to this weeks episode of the Milk Bar!!!
This week the lovely Tracey Rhodes aka Our Trace joins us in The Milk Bar to share some of her musings, Louise Stoke is on the phone telling of her Anti Bullying work, her comedy characters and entry into a web based talent show. Music is supplied by 3 legged fish and features a song about Daleks and we also hear about Foresight Theatre who open 'Cornershop' in the Mander Centre later this month.
Put on a posh frock, pick up your shopping basket and be prepared to evolve an extra limb for this latest episode of 'The Milk Bar'