Recorded for Release W/C 7th January 2019


This week Mark Williams, Vicky Entwistle, Adèle Anderson and Brian Capron tell me all about Doctor Dolittle ahead of it's appearance at The Wolverhampton Grand from the 29th of January, Birmingham Youth Theatre let us know about Snow White this week at the Birmingham Old Rep, we find out about a coffee morning organised by Crohn's and Colitis UK that takes place at The Lighthouse in Wolverhampton on the 12th of January and Donna Dawson chats about how not to fail with our New Years Resolutions. Music comes from Michael Armstrong with tracks from his latest album 'Looking for the World'.

The 2018 End of Year Quiz - recorded at Wolverhampton Racecourse


Our two teams battle to be crowned winners of our 2018 Quiz.


Quizmaster - Jason Forrest



Green Team

Wolverhampton Deputy Mayor - Claire Darke

Wolverhampton Deputy Mayor Consort - Dr Paul Darke

Ian Billings - Writer, Director, Comedian and Actor



Red Team

Grace Lee - Compton Care

Jade Secker - The Haven

Tracey Rhodes - Our Trace



Music from Joe James Thomas

Score keeper - Ian Burt - 101.8 WCR FM

Engineered by Andy Walters

Producer - Jan Brookfield


Released Christmas Day 2018


This week we have music from Ian Wills (Wills and The Willing) , Geoff Carne and the Hatz and Rebecca Promitzer.


Happy Christmas!

Recorded for release Monday 17th December 2018


This week Ruby from The Great British Bake Off lets us know how to get our Festive food together with minimum Fuss, we find out how to avoid problems in the Office when we end up borrowing money off a colleague at the Christmas do with Big Keith from the office (aka Ewan Macintosh), we chat with Charlotte Davies from The Grand about the Bikeathon last weekend and you can hear the audio from their Facebook live with Julie Paton, Doreen, Richard Cadell and sooty, Gloria Hunniford tells us how to get the best broad band deal, Velinski share their Christmas release and we have the new single from Mee and the band.

Released W/C 10th December 2018


This week Stacey Solomon celebrates the 60th birthday of Lego, Tommy Walsh suggest we get a home M.O.T., New old Friends chat about Crimes of the Christmas Pudding at The Garrick in Lichfield, Lucy Alexander chats about the things we will forget for entertaining at Christmas and we find out about the most watched You Tube videos of 2018. 

Recorded for release week commencing 3rd Dec 2019


This week we meet two more of the Grand's panto cast with Sleeping Beauty and their Prince (Bethan-Wyn Davies and Oliver Ormson) as well as chatting with Scott Bird about the theatres 125th anniversary. We meet celebrated Wolverhampton apprentice Susan Gough and find out about the apprentice awards that took place last week, Codsall Dramatic Society's whole cast of Cinderella share details of the last few performances of their children's play and we hear about how our home will be helped by the addition of more robots, including Vector who would make a great Christmas gift this year!   

Recorded for release Monday 26th November 2018


This week Doreen Chats about being back in Panto at The Grand for Sleeping Beauty, We find out about life on Mars with colonisation not being too far away, Decembeard is raising funds for Bowel Cancer UK and we hear how you can help, WBOS tell us about their production of West Side Story, we find out about how Engineering Entrepreneurs can get help with their start ups and we have some fantastic festive tunes to put is in a Chrsitmassy mood! 

Week Commencing the 19th November 2018

This week Daley Thompson talks about what people Dream to Achieve, Dr Miriam Stoppard chats about the younger generation's respect for the elderly, Joe Wicks coaches us on our nutritional intake, the West Midlands Fire Service band tell us about a Christmas event in Wolverhampton and WBOS talk West Side Story. Music comes from Jesse Kinch who is on the line for a chat from the US.

Recorded at Molineux for release w/c 12th November 2018

This week we meet two of the cast of Dirty Dancing that is at The Grand in April 2019, Simon Weston CBE chats about the Gibraltar Literary Festival, Mike Coope lets us know about the Pattingham Panto, Trinity Musical Theatre pop in to talk about The Wizard of Oz and we find out about the November Health and Happiness show. Music comes from The West Coast Feed  with Jesse joining us on the phone from the US. 

Recorded at The Lighthouse & The Mount Hotel, Wolverhampton


This week Spence Matthews talks dating, Debbie McGee chats about Sleeping Beauty, Sarah Eyden sings along to Black Beauty, We hear from Ruth Godber about the Military Wives single for Armistice, Paul Darke lets us know about a crowd funder to refurbish WW1 Memorials in Wolverhampton, Codsall Dramatic tell us about their Panto and we have music from Deep Pocket Theives.

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