Recorded at Molineux Monday 27th June 2016
This week we chat with Louisa Lytton about her role in Swap!, Cllr Barry Findlay lets us know about his Enjoy Wolverhampton events, Skye and Kevin from Black Country Fusion join us to tell us about a charity football match, and David Tristram and Doreen join us on the phone to chat about their latest work. Music comes from Roni Perry.
Recorded at Molineux for release Monday 20th June 2016
This week Steven Blakeley tells us about his return to the role of PC Geoff Younger in Heartbeat at The Grand in July, we hear about Quill's latest gig in the City from Joy Strachan, this weekend sees several events for National Armed Forces Day taking place in Wolverhampton and we have an update on what is going on, Sutton Arts tell us about their production of 'The Wedding Singer' and Fran Richards lets us know about the last few Artsfest events for 2016. Music comes from Kirsty Churchill and we chat with her about her latest single release.
Recorded at Molineux, the Gatis Community Space and The Grand for release Monday 13th June 2016
This week we chat with Norman Pace about being the Narrator for the Rocky Horror show this week at The Grand, we also hear from Ian Adams who is Widow Twankey in Aladdin this year as well as catching up with Claudia Gilmour about their panto workshops and quilted flying carpet. We find out about a soccer development session for girls being co-ordinated by Wolves Community Trust and we sent the Gardening Marys along to The Gatis Community Space for the annual 'Big Lunch' where the met Maria Billing to from Gatis and two of the team behind this national initiative started at The Eden Project in Cornwall. Music comes from both Steve Young and Floodhounds.
Recorded at Molineux on Monday 7th June 2016
This week we meet Ben Faulks AKA Mr Bloom and chat about him being in Panto at The Grand this year, Dean Friedman lets us know about his Wolverhampton gig at The Art Gallery, The cast of Title of Show join us on the phone ahead of their forthcoming appearance at The Old Joint Stock Theatre in Birmingham, we hear about the recent success of the Pauline Quirk Accademy in our area, The Two Reggies pop in for a chat and a sing song and Heather Wastie lets us know about some of her final events as Worcestershire's Poet Laureate. We have Music from the Molly Anna Band with Molly joining us on the phone for a chat too.