The Milk Bar


The Milk Bar End of 2012 Quiz - Episode 184

Recorded at Molineux Thursday 27th December 2012

Welcome along to The Milk Bar end of the year Quiz for 2012.

We have 2 teams ready to battle it out for the pride of being crowned Quiz champions!

The Green Triangles are:-

Kelly Jeffs - CEO of The Lighthouse

Joe Hancock - Director of Last Fancies Theatre

Grace Lee - Communications officer for The Haven Refuge

The Purple Nut Jobs

Susan Murray - Comedian and Writer

Zoe Turner - 'Local' 'Celebrity'

Mark Williams - Wolverhampton Wolverines Aussie Rules Football

Music is provided by Robert Lane (

Devised by Jason Forrest with help from the internet

Engineered by Andy Walters


Christmas Eve in The Milk Bar - Episode 183

Recorded at Molineux on Monday 24th December 2012

This week we talk to Ken Morley, one of the Stars of Jack and the Bean Stalk at Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre, Sam Draisey and Jean Martyn both supply festive music of 2 differing styles and join us for a chat, Santa (actually it's Pete Clements) is on the line from Houston, Texas and Jan Brookfied pops in to say hello too!

Happy Christmas from The Milk Bar


Jason and Zoe in The Milk Bar - Episode 182

Recorded at Molineux Monday 17th December

This week we talk to Matt Grayson about the new museum at Molineux, Andy Walters pops in to talk about the Totally Telford Podcast, Andy Durnell from Neomatix is on the phone and we hear their Christmas tune and Chris Spittle tells us about this years Rainbow Panto. Music also comes from Chris Ilet and Alex Day with their festive offerings!


Jason Forrest in The Milk Bar - Episode 181

Recorded Monday 10th December 2012

This week we hear from Iain Watkins from The Grand Theatre about this years Panto, Joseph Whelan shares his latest single and news of a local gig this Friday, Rachel Davies tells us about a kids Bird watching event in East Park on Saturday and out featured band are Make it Make Believe with Dave Riley joining us on the phone for a chat.


Jason and Zoe in The Milk Bar - Episode 180

Recorded at Molineux - Monday 3rd December 2012

This week we talk to comedian Jamie Sutherland as he embarks upon his Christmas gigs, Jen Riding about a craft fair at Wolverhampton art gallery this weekend, and Mark Bates from Balls to Cancer following his recent award from the listeners for Free Radio. Music comes from Left for Red who join us in the studio for a chat and to play a live tune too.

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