This week - one of co-hosts is a guest as Jean Martyn gives us a call to tell us about her forthcoming appearance on Britain's Got Talent (31st May 2011 - VOTE JEAN), Ben Bowden from 'Sounds of Simon' lets us know about his gig at the Robin 2 in Bilston this June, Mike Zeller joins us from Guernsey just before he returns to the mainland to take over mid-morning at BBC Cumbria, Tattoo Artist Fabian De Gaillande tells us about his work and Chris Ilett shares some of his music and chats with us about his current projects.
This week's record was marred by technical difficulties, a buzzing phone line, the audio file needing recovery and my new audio editing software being rubbish - so you can hear all the edit points - but a full show in-spite of all these problems awaits you!
We have music from Elton John Tribute artiest Nigel John and hear about his forthcoming gig at the Emerald club in Wolverhampton, four students from The University of Wolverhampton join us to tell us about the Degree show in June - showcasing the work of the Art and Design graduands, Jamie Dunn returns to let us know about his latest challenge of visiting 19 countries in 19 days that starts on the 19th of next month, we talk to Marni Smalley and Reece Scragg about how Reece became the first Wolves supporter to wear the next seasons home kit to the last match of last season even though he was topless (Marni is a bodypainter!) and Daniel Fowler Prime tells us about HorseSurfing and Boarding.... See, told you it was a full show!
This week we are joined by China's favourite electronic band's front man Bruce Carter from The Whip, Andrea Sturmey (now former Miss Black Country) tells us how you can vote to help get her to the top ten in the Miss Shropshire competition, Andy Guest from Soley Mourning tells us about their new album Zaire (and lets us have a listen to four of the tracks from it) and Rob tells us all about his recent TV and magazine work!
This week we celebrate our 100th show with greetings from some of our friends and music from Knoxville Highway (plus a chat with front-man Bob Gessey).
Luke Regan pops in to tell a few jokes and talk about his half Marathon for charity and Phillip Solomon joins us to let us know about his latest book about Haunted Telford.