This week, my computer sound-card behaves strangely, we are joined in the studio by Ruth Swallow to tell us about her Vintage Art Classes that are being co-ordinated from Wolverhampton's Bullet studios, Reece Scragg joins us as part of his continuing campaign to show his support for Wolves by watching matches without the benefit of his shirt, Roger Wood pops in to let us know all about a charity football match being played at Bilston town featuring Wolves All-Stars against The Great Western Wanderers, Anna Ingham calls in to let us know how Bowen massage could help certain muscular conditions, Marcus and Jay from Kleeneze tell us how you could make extra income and music come from Shatter Effect.
This week we are joined in the studio by Artist Elena Cassidy-Smith ahead of a trip to a pub to exhibit one of her latest projects, Joe Hancock from Theatre production company 'Last Fancies' to tell us about The Death of Georgia B, Simon Pugh calls in to let us know about the Walsall Youth Theatre production of High School Musical 2 in April and Joe Karchud shares more of his work and his collaboration as part of the Broad Street Collective.
This week we talk to Suzi Perry about Promise Dreams and Comic Relief's #TwitRelief, Our Lizzy talks vegetarian food, Jamie Angus lets us know what South Staffs have planned for kids during the Easter Holidays and Dr. Martin Austwick has a chat and shares with us 'Songs from the Scientific Caberet'
This week Neomantix join us in the studio to play some tunes live and have a chat, Mark Williams from Wolverhampton's Wolverines Aussie Rules Football Club tells us about his sport, Wolves Groundsman Chris Lane updates us on his challenge to mow the pitches of all 20 Premier League teams and his sponsorship for Comic Relief plus Ian Munday 'Carpet Doctor' pops in to let s know how to best care for the Wilton in the front room...
This week we have music from Flat 29 with Charlie joining us on the phone for a chat, Talk show host Ross Patzelt calls in to tell us about his show www.thegeekcast.co.uk, Francis Nielsen from Wolverhampton City Council comes in to let us know how they got on with their 'We Heart Wolverhampton' campaign over the recent schools half term and we talk St Patrick's Day with the Sandwell Irish Society.