Recorded at Molineux for release Monday 30th July 2018
This week Charlie from Busted tells us about theoir appearance at Solihull Fest, we chat with two of the Jersey Boys from the production arriving at The Grand in August, Rob Fowler tells us about Bat out of Hell at the Dominion Theatre, we find out about the summer activities at the Albrighton Canal and Moat trust, the director of Stafford Gatehouse Theatre's summer school production of Our House tells us about the show and we hear about Actiph Water and how it can quench your thirst. Music comes from Slim and Blade and they drop in for a chat.
Recorded at Molineux Monday 23rd July 2018
This week Jamelia chats about Mamma Mia - Here we go again, Gloria Hunniford brings us news on a survey that says we could be paying too much in Estate agent fees by not haggling, Vikki Michelle (Yvette from 'Allo 'Allo) lets us know how we can get a free pint as part of National Pub Fortnight, Barri Ghai talks about his TV series 'Help! My house is Haunted' Chuck Micallef lets us know what is in store in the August Health and Happiness Show and we have music from Calamity.
Recorded at Molineux and the Brewood Music Festival for release Monday 16t July 2018
This week Anthony Costa of Blue tells us about the Solihul Summer Fest the band are playing at in August, Lee MacDobnald aka Zammo McGuire from Grange Hill talks about is time on the show and the teachers that shaped his life, Samantha Wommack chats about a recent survey on grandparents being coerced into looking after the grand kids, Ian Billings is along for a natter about a charity sky dive he is doing alongside his busy work schedule an we have music from RainBreakers an Sugarthief.
Recorded at ScotFest, Molineux The Grand Theatre and the Darwin Shopping Centre.
This week Denise Pearson chats about Five Star, we hear from the Director of the National Theatres forthcoming production of Macbeth, Unit 73 tells us about their curated collections, we find out about the Natwest and ECB Women's Cricket programme from Eboney Rainford-Brent, Rhys Drake tells us about a health and lifestyle programme and we have music from Amir.
Recorded for release Monday 2nd July 2018
This week Harmione Norris talks holidays and Cold Feet, Dennis King tells us about his recent Album featuring songs he has created and collected over the last 50 years, we hear from Lady Macbeth about the Stafford Festival - Shakespeare at Stafford Castle, find out how your kids can 'Train like a Jedi' and hear the world cup song from Steve Heathcock.