Recorded at Molineux Monday 25th July 2016
This week Lisa Stanley joins us in the studio to talk about her gig at The Robin 2 in August, Brendon Turner joins us following The Lord Turner Challenge, Robert Bowers lets us know how you can be part of his latest art project "Badger and Swan", Kerri Davis lets us know about the latest membership offers at Molineux as part of the new season, Simon Hamilton lets us know about the 2016 re-enactment of The Battle of Woden's Field and we find out how you can help support DRUM when they raise money at a family fun day next month. Words and Noises supply the rest of the soundtrack for the show and we chat with Chris Spelman about the band.
Recorded for release Monday 18th July 2016
This week we meet up with the Saturday night line up from the Brewood Music Festival with Nick Hayward, Formally from Bucks Fizz, Luke Friend, Federal Charm and The Lagan all joining us for a chat. We also hear from Jean Martyn about her latest gig in Brewood, find out about the 1940's day at The Locksmith's House in Willenhall as we talk to Steven Hearn of The Black Country Living Museum and we hear from Liam O'Connell about his best of release.We also have music from Zoe - she came 13th overall and 8th on viewer voting in Eurovision 2016 for Austria.
Recorded at Molineux Monday 11th July 2016
This week we hear about summer fayres at Loxdale Primary School and the Leonard Cheshire Care home, Ian Sutherland tells us about his album launch as does Joseph Whelan of The Contrast, we meet the team behind the forthcoming film Sustain and RDB Red balloon update us on their fundraising work. Rhys and Stef from Lunar Sunrise join us in the studio to share some of their music and talk Wrestling.
Recorded at Molineux Monday 4th July 2016
This week Frederick Forsyth lets us know about his reflection on the Battle of the Somme where a poem he wrote has been set to music, Scott Matthews joins us in the studio to sing live and chat about his latest album, we hear from the team behind Musical Mixup which is raising money for Compton Hospice, PJ Proby lets us know about his appearance at Birmingham's Symphony Hall later this year, Scott Bird tells us about the new season at Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre and we hear how the Willenhall Singers may need you!