The Milk Bar


Jason and Zoe in The Milk Bar - Episode 163

Recorded at Molinuex Monday 30th August 2012

This week Phil Davis updates us on Tiger Awareness and his new book, we chat with Marcus Asbury from Wolverhampton City Council about their summer sports activities and his appearance for Great Britain in the 1992 Paralympics in Barcelona and Tye Harris pops in with Maison Kelly, one of the cast of the Musical Tye is Directing 'Bare: A Pop Opera' which is on stage at Birmingham's Crescent Theatre this weekend. Music this week comes from Scottish band The Trade and we talk to bassist Drew.


Jason and Zoe in The Milk Bar - Episode 162

Recorded at Molineux Monday 23rd July 2012

This week we hear about a sing-a-long version of the Rocky Horror Picture show at the Wulfrun Hall, Shaun Keasey tells us about Wolverhampton and the Black Country's first Pride event and Tristan Pate lets us know about the production of Black Beauty he is currently appearing in around the UK. Music is performed live in the studio by Sean Flood.


Jason and Zoe in The Milk Bar - Episode 161

Recorded at Molineux on Monday 16th July 2012

This week we are joined by Paul Jones from Manfred Mann (now The Manfreds) chatting about his current work, Ian Bennett lets us know about Make-Shift, a 2 day ideas event at The Lighthouse in September, Phil Butler tells us about his recently awarded medal and Sam Draisey pops in to sing a few songs in the studio.


Jason and Zoe in The Milk Bar - Episode 160

Recorded at Molineux Monday 9th July 2012

This week Neomantix share their Brand New Single 'Best Friend' with us and Jamie Duddy joins us on the phone for a chat. Sarran Rhodes tells us all about this weekend's Festival in Featherstone, Becci Steen lets us know about 'All Shook up' coming to the Arena Theatre later this month and Graham Hughes 'Village Agent' talks about the latest work club in Great Wyrley


Jason and Zoe in The Milk Bar - Episode 159

Recorded in Doha, Qatar on Monday 2nd July 2012

This week we talk to Nina Blakemore about, Sarah Tamar let us know about Mouth & Music a monthly poetry and acoustic night, Kate Andrews from Wolverhampton Art Gallery shares the story behind a photographic exhibition in the city and Graham Large has a new project in the pipe line for sport literature fans. Music come from The Clock Tower with Ryan Evans joining us for a chat.

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