Recorded at Molineux Monday 24th February 2014
This week we talk to Stuart Goldsmith ahead of his "Comedian's Comedian" podcast recording at Wolverhampton's Arena Theatre on Sunday, Dan Haynes lets us know about a midlands gig for Bookends with their Simon and Garfunkle show "Through the Years" and Jean Martyn is on the phone telling us about a very special evening in Brewood when she will be appearing with Salisbury's Military Wives Choir.
Oliver Speight, father of Mark Speight, shares with us the path that led to the creation of the foundation "Speight of the Art" in memory of his son with a very open and moving description of the circumstances that brought him to this current chapter of his life.
Half of the band Red Already join us in the studio with Dave, Chris and Marcus bringing in a copy of their Debut album "How does this one go?"
Recorded at Molineux Monday 17th February 2014
This week we talk to Danielle Malone who is currently starring in the one woman show '51 Shades of Maggie' which is at Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre until the 19th of Feb, we hear from X2Y with an update on the LGBT youth group in our city, Randy Baker from Compton Hospice updates us on the extended Compton in the Park later this year and invites you to take part in their Colour-Blast 5k event as well as news of the Lichfield Fuse festival from co-ordinator Dave Simcox. Music comes from Dave Boddison who joins us in the studio for a chat and to play live.
Recorded in Rio de Janeiro Saturday 8th February 2014
This week Jason is joined by work colleague Donna Schuman as they visit two of the city of Rio de Janeiro's best known landmarks - The Statue of Christ the Redeemer and Sugar Loaf mountain. We also hear an interview recorded by Jason and Zoe with Phil Hampson from Haarts.