The Milk Bar


Jason and Zoe in The Milk Bar - Episode 41

This week we once again blatantly try to sell you a mobile phone contract with Carl Ratcliffe from a business and personal deal of the week - both of which could get you a free £100 club shop voucher to spend in store at Molineux. Dickie Dodd calls in to tell us about his current fitness regime and mentions almost every business in Wolverhampton! There is music from..... Paul Gooderham's Remnants (as well as a chat about Gailey Pottery and art in schools)... Dementia with their release of 'Glory to the Boys' which Dave Allen give us a call to talk about.... and Tom from  previous guests Three Word Enemy lets us play one of their recently recorded tracks so we know what they sound like when they are let loose in a recording studio....

All that Music and Advertising and still Zoe can't wear colour co-ordinated clothes for this weeks trip to The Milk Bar!!!


Jason and Zoe in The Milk Bar - Episode 40

This week in The Milk Bar for our 40th Episode we invite back The Lights who, true to form, bring us more excellent music and another single that is about to be released. We talk to Angus Parker about the Brewood music festival, Julian Britton about him taking his clothes off for charity and forthcoming events at Molineux with the Complete Beatles, Carl Ratcliffe from Wolves Mobile pops in to tell us about some of the latest phones and their great deals and Jaki Graham gives us a call to tell us about her current projects and some recent concerts for the BBC.

Thanks for joining us for yet another music and musician packed episode of The Milk Bar....


Jason and Zoe in The Milk Bar - Episode 39

This week we hear from Amanda Dunning of The Salamander Swimming Academy about their classes for 3 year olds upwards, Nik Kershaw joins us on the phone ahead of his gig in Wolverhampton on the 11th of March and Rory Morrison relives his past as Beacon Radio's Fonzie and talks about life as a Radio 4 News reader, Continuity announcer and appearing as the sensible voice on The News Quiz!

Music is supplied by The Sound of The Ladies aka Martin Austwick aka Answer Me This's Martin the Soundman


Jason and Zoe in The Mlk Bar - Episode 38

This week Zoe returns from behind the counter at the computer shop and takes her place in The Milk Bar as we talk to Greta Allen from Soccer Buddy International and The Sport for Health centre in Walsall about some forthcoming events for the BBC's Sports relief weekend, we find out about a line dancing event in aid of Wolverhampton's Citizens Advice Bureau and John Mitchell, front man of It Bites, is on the phone to tell us about a re-recording of the 80's classic Calling all the Heroes which has been released in aid of flood relief in Cumbria.

Live music is supplied by Some Happy Ending as they join us in some slightly out of season clothing for this weeks episode of The Milk Bar....

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