This week we talk Ian 'Watko' Watkins from Manfield 103.2 FM about his Royal Wedding Nightmare, Postcard Pen-Pals and his podcasting exploits, Beacon Radio's Steve Hermon joins us on the phone for a natter abour his work & Matt Murray's testemonial match and we experience The People's Republic of Mercia's brand new EP with Nick & Ant from the band talking us through the tracks.
In this weeks later than scheduled episode, former guest Rob Fletcher co-hosts and we talk Easter with Dan Lee of Bilston Pentecostal Church, Reece Scragg tells us about his visit to Scuntorpe to meet Jack Marshall and his family and we have a chat with recently qualified actor Tristan Pate about his current works and forthcoming career.
Music is supplied by Come the light and we hear from front man Jamie Fowles.
This week we talk to Craig Marshall, father of terminally ill 5 year old Jack Marshall, about the fund set up in his son's name and the families efforts to raise awareness of cancerous conditions in children. We hear about the strength of spirit of young Jack throughout his illness and how his positivity throughout his disease has helped his family hold strong.
We are also joined by Christine McGowen from the Newhampton Arts Centre to tell us about some of their events and Easter activities, Marcus Benson and 3 members of X2Ya Wolverhampton LGBT youth group to chat about their organisation, Louise Stokes - half of Loudeemy joins us on the phone to tell us about a free variety night in Birmingham and David Whitehead, writer and co-host from the Jon Holmes show on BBC 6 Music calls in to tell us about what he gets up to on the radio on a Saturday afternoon.
Music is supplied by Ryan Jagger who gives us a call from Cleethorpes to tell us about his music and forthcoming gigs.
This week we have an Exclusive with Hollyoaks Lee Hunter a.k.a. Alex Carter announcing he will one again be taking a break from the show, there is also news from Pattingham about a Chad Singers event and their forthcoming scarecrow festival. Dave Jackson tells us what he gets up to with his photo manipulation software on his iPhone and we talk to Chris Leech from Tyburn Drop about their music and the gruesome source of their band name....