Recorded at Molineux for release Monday 28th May 2018
This week Robert Llewellyn talks about electric cars, William Oxborrow chats about 84 Charring Cross Road at The Grand this week, also at The Grand we hear more on Ladies ‘day and find out about Beautiful, The Carole King Musical, Birmingham Youth Theatre let us know about Back to the 80's which is on stage in June and Director Thomas Meadore tells us about his documentary The Outsider.
Recorded at Molineux for release Monday 21st May 2018
This week Daniel Ryan talks about hias role in the ITV drama Inocent that is now available on DVD, we find out about the Pirate Festival at Hatton Adventure World, Chrisa Commander shares news of his tour as the Commander of Magic and Max Stainton tells us about his trek to the base camp of Everest. Music comes from Ryan Evans who poips in for a chat.
Recorded at Molineux, The Mount Hotel and Wolverhampoton racecourse for release Monday 14th May 2018.
This week Tito Jackson chats about his new album, Cheryl Fergison tells us about her role in Ladies' Day at The Grand, Jack Cattell lets us kisten to his latest music, DRUM tells us about their charity events in May and we hear from the Author of The Angel of Islington.
Recorded at Molineux and Wolverhampton Racecourse for release Monday 7th May 2018
This week Joe Pasquale tells us about being Frank Spencer at the Grand in Some Mothers do 'Ave 'Em, Alexandra Burke chats about her Slim Dance videos, we meet two more of the cast of Ladies' Day with Deena Payne and Tony Christie joing us for a natter and former Dragon's Den Dragon Sarah Willingham finds out about a survery on Brits put off paying our bills!
Recorded at Molineux and Wolverhampton Racecourse for release Monday 30th April 2018
This week Amanda Whittington tells us about bringing Ladies' Day to the Wolverhampton Grand, Leee John of Imagination chat about his Police and Thieves project, the Festival Choir sing for us and let us know about a forthcoming charity show, we chat with the cast of Sister Act from Quarry Bank Musical Theatre, we find out about a new documentary DVD about the band The Parkinsons and Steve Bennet share the story behind his book The Primal Cure.