The Milk Bar


Jason and Zoe in The Milk Bar - Episode 176

Recorded at Molineux Monday 29th October 2012

This week Jaki Graham joins us to talk about her brand new album 'For Sentimental Reasons', Rachel Davies from Wolverhampton City Council lets us know about a tree planting event in East Park, Carl McGregor is on the phone for a chat about his musical exploits and this weeks featured band are Silent Lights with Bassist Sam Wilkins telling us about the band.


Jason and Zoe in The Milk Bar - Episode 175

Recorded at Molineux Monday 22nd October 2012

This week we talk to Grant Nicholas from Feeder ahead of their gig in Wolverhampton at the Civic on the 21st November, Jerome Turner from Wednesfield's 8mm Cine Club tells us about their forthcoming meetings and Phil Butler is on the phone with news of season 3 of The Green Room. Music comes from The Blue Veils and we talk to Will about them and their music.


Jason Forrest in The Milk Bar in Australia - Episode 174

Recorded on Saturday 13th October, Perth & Fremantle, Western Australia

This week Jason is in Australia and visits Fremantle popping into the Maritime Museum Shipwreak Galleries, chatting with Kerry Moore about the museum and the history of Australia's Western Coast as well as going into the studios of Capital 101.7 FM where Paul Redman is on air. In links to our city Paul's Father was born in Wolverhampton in 1877 and the Curator of the Maritime Museum is a Wulfrunian!

Photo's from this trip can be found here:-


Jason and Zoe in The Milk Bar - Episode 173

Recorded at Molineux Thursday 3rd October 2012

This week Kelly Jeffs tells us about the goings on at The Lighthouse, we hear about a flower and fashion show in aid of Compton Hospice and get an update on The Haven Refuge's Walk a Mile in Women's Shoes. Music comes from Rockburn with Chris from the band on the phone.


Jason and Zoe in The Milk Bar - Episode 172

Recorded live at Molineux Monday 1st October 2012

This week Jacky Fizzog tells us about their plans for the run up Christmas and beyond with Halloween and Panto on the way, we hear from George Ingley about a 3 day Music and Comedy event in Kidderminster  in October, Graham Hughes tells us about his trip to London 2012 with Logan's Torch and a forthcoming Bike ride and we catch up with Nina Blakemore following the launch of the County Channel last month. Eric Humphrey and Ashley-James Peters pop in to sing and Play guitar at us with some of their own songs and a few arrangements of tunes you will already know too!

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