This years end of year Quiz Hosted by Jason Forrest
The A Team
Jean Martyn - Musician & TV Presenter
Cllr John Reynolds
Stiv Bagnall - Film Maker
Grace Ruston - Compton Hospice
Geoff Tristram - Artist & Author
Robert Lane - Musician & Actor
Scorer - Jan Brookfield
Music from Stool Pigeon's Bob Gessey
Engineer & Executive Producer - Andrew Walters
Recorded at Molineux, The Grand Theatre and St Peter's Church, Wolverhampton.
A special podcast for Christmas day Featuring Julian Clary who is currently appearing as Dandini in Cinderella at Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre, Rev. David Wright Rector of Wolverhampton and comedian Susan Murray.
Recorded at Molineux for release Monday 22nd December 2014
This week Ben Stock (Amanda one of the Ugly Sisters) from the Grand Theatre's Panto Cinderella lets us into his dressing room for a chat, Carol Decker from T'Pau is on the phone ahead of their gig at The Robin 2 in February, we talk to Natascha Hagen and play her single Run which is a new musical direction for her from the Europop days of her work in the 90's, we meet up with Phil Butler and Ian Billings who are currently on stage in Telford with Beauty and the Beast, we also hear from another band appearing at The Robin 2 with Lewis Hall of Think Floyd joining us and Brett Huckfield tells us about his progression to the Grand Final of Open Mic UK.
Recorded at Molineux and The Grand Theatre for release Monday 15th December 2014
This week we visit Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre on the occasion of their 120th Anniversary of opening night, we talk to Kelly Jeffs from The Lighthouse, Doug Parker tells us about a charity night in memory of Tommy Mundon and we talk to Luke Renwick about a special charity production of Rent. Alice Baker who stars in Cinderella also joins us for a chat. Music this week is all Christmassy with Biscuit head and the Biscuit Badgers & The Men from Ven joining us on the phone
An extra podcast for 12th of December - Panto Day 2014
We talk to Alice Baker who plays Cinderella in Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre's Pantomime for 2014, hear from Steve Bull MBE about what the Christmas Panto means to him and his family, we get the reaction from some of the kids who went along to the Young Wolves Night performance at the Grand and talk to Simon Sladen, founder of Panto Day, all about how it came about as well as some of the stats for shows on around the UK in the 2015-15 season.
Recorded at Molineux for release Monday 8th December 2014
This week we talk to Chris Eaton about his Charity Record '1914 - The Carol of Christmas', Neale Birch from the Touring Consortium Theatre Company tell us about how local people are being invited to audition for 'A view from the Bridge' at Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre, Richard Simpkin from Essington Fruit Farm calls in to talk about their Festive Fare and Christmas trees (you can even cut your own tree this weekend!) and Tristan Pate lets us know about Cherwell Theatre Company's Panto 'Robin Hood' taking place in January next year. Gala joins us on the phone and we play her current single and Shatter Effect play live in the studio and tell us about being part of The Peace Collective and their cover of 'All Together Now'