New Years Resolutions: Do we still believe in making them?

happy new year

What do we really think about New Years Resolutions? The team from Radio Warwickshire went out in Coventry to ask people what their resolutions are for 2013 and if we still believe in making them.









Interview with Jenny Frank

jenny frank

Jenny Frank does volunteer work for the Leamington Christian Mission which is an organisation dedicated to providing help to the homeless and those considered to be ‘down and out’ in the Leamington and Warwick areas. #rwmagic #volunteers #charity





Cubbington Silver Band


Cubbington Silver Band. Playing for the customers at Sainsburys Kenilworth.

Email: Tel: 07717221281

The Musical Journey with Clay Lowe

post apoc

Each week Clay explores a different musical theme, style, or artist. Expect rock, hip-hop, blues, punk, jazz, world music and everything in between.

This week features songs for a post apocalyptic world. Join Clay Lowe on Sunday at 9PM and find out what the world sounds like post the Mayan end of the world.

#music #rwmagic





Radio Warwickshire Christmas Lecture 2012


Ben Dyson from Positive Money gives the Radio Warwickshire inaugural 2012 Christmas lecture. He explains where money comes from, the banks role in creating debt, the financial crisis & what needs to be done to rescue the economy.







Gerard Kenny Interview – Radio Warwickshire


The team from Radio Warwickshire were invited down to London to interview Gerard Kenny, singer/songwriter.
In 1968 he landed his first recording contract with Warner Bros. Records. One of Kenny’s early releases, “Happiest Man”, is now highly collectible and sells for high sums at auctions [1].

It was not until 1978 after moving to England that he scored his first hit single with “New York, New York (So Good They Named It Twice)” (an ode to his hometown), which spent two months in the UK Singles Chart, with its parent album Made It Through The Rain going Top 20 the following year. Another single on the RCA record label, “Fantasy”, proved to be another chart hit in 1980. His composition “I Could Be So Good For You” was recorded by Dennis Waterman for the theme tune of the ITV series Minder and became a Top 10 hit single in the United Kingdom during 1980. It also gained an Ivor Novello Award for Kenny. In 1983, he began to work with Alan Jay Lerner on a musical adaption of My Man Godfrey, but Lerner died before it could be completed.

Since then Kenny has continued to record and release music. His songs have been recorded by Barry Manilow, Johnny Mathis, Perry Como, Jack Jones, Marion Montgomery, Sacha Distel, James Last and Shirley Bassey, who recorded a song that he co-wrote with Lynsey de Paul, called “There’s No Place Like London”.

Stanley Milewski Principal Road Safety Officer for Warwickshire

020B3220-4D81-4E20-A3C5-4E5D1578A20B-9709-000005BA750AFD53 road safety at Christmas

Patrick Milewski Principal Road Safety Officer

2E4CF05D-5BEA-4E2C-9A0B-00D757CC5ABB-9709-000005B5DC5DDF05 01926 412661 school crossing patrol recruitment campaign.