This week in The Milk Bar Comedian Susan Murray is with us and shares some mirth and merriment, we talk to one of The Music Consultants when Matt Thomas joins us on the phone to tell us how he and his colleagues point singers and bands in the right direction to use their talents wisely and MUSCOM visit us with 5 of the 50 cast members from their forthcoming production of Copacabana at Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre to sing us a few songs.
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This week in The Milk Bar we should have spent more time editing - but in this relatively Raw and Raucous edition it would have seemed wrong not to share the whole experience with you - more on that later - but first the serious stuff....
This week we hear from Richard Green from The Rotary club in Wolverhampton about the supply of Shelter Boxes to those whose homes have been left devastated by the earthquake in Haiti.
The Monobloggers join us to play live (this is where the chaos begins....) bringing us 3 tracks of musical mayhem, Robert Bowers joins us on the phone as he has a new commission being unveiled (well veiled then re-unveiled) next week and Rob Owen from Revolution Gymnastics Club in Birmingham pops in & Zoe swoons as he lifts his legs an unnaturally long way above his head and does a backflip in a very confined space!
We'll let you work out the bits we should have cut out of this weeks thrilling installment of The Milk Bar!!!
This week Brings not one but 2 Jason Forrests on the Podcast (is there a collective noun for that???) as we talk to Fashion Designer J_CForrest, also on the phone is Bridget A. Robertson excellent locally based Artist who has an exhibition at Wolverhampton Art Gallery throughout January and into February. Music is supplied by Wolverhampton lads Blak Can and Turnstyle Theatre tell us about their production 'Three for a Girl' which can be seen at the Arena Theatre on the 29th of January.
Another collection of the Midlands finest in this weeks episode of The Milk Bar......
This weekin our first podcast of 2010 we talk to Jean Martyn about Rotary's 'Youth Speaks', hear from John Paul of Talgenie about how they could help to make you famous and speak with Greta Allen from Soccer Buddy international about their new Sport 4 Health centre in Walsall.
Music this week is supplied by Advantage and we talk to Trumpeter Willis about their 'Brass Rock' sound.
All this - and film reviews too - what more could you ask for to get 2010 underway in The Milk Bar!