This week Radio Warwickshire’s Mini Reporters Grace, Henry and Melody got the chance to review this year’s Belgrade Theatre’s Pantomime Cinderella. Written and directed by Iain Lauchlan, the panto does not disappoint. Featuring spectacular sets, lavish costumes and sing-along-songs that make a trip to the Belgrade a truly unmissable Christmas treat. What’s more, with not […]
Today we lost another pop icon. Sadly David Cassidy has passed away. We remember David’s music between 12 noon and 3pm, then 8-11pm with an ‘exclusively David’ playlist. R.I.P. “Girls are following me around – they’re ruining my whole life!” cried Keith Partridge in a fraught moment on the 1970s sitcom The Partridge Family. Keith, […]
I had the great pleasure to be a guest on the Kop and Crew Morning show out of Long Island, New York. These are pretty wild and wacky. Listen to the whole. If you want to skip ahead to where I am, fast forward 98 min 55 sec in. Listen to “KOP AND CREW MORNING […]
Oh look out! We have our Brit abroad show starting this week. Music journalist, Simon Calder is camped out in Minneapolis, Minnesota where each week he will bring us the sounds of Minneapolis during his Back to The City Show.
Some tunes to drive by, plus a special interview with the founder of Clarity4D, Steve Davies.
We got a chance to catch up with Bridget Kyle Gray this morning to talk about her new show on Radio Warwickshire called My Favourite Sings. Bridget will be on tonight at 8PM. Listen from our website, on any device, for the best experience as Bridget will be hosting a group chat during the show. […]
After about an 18 month hiatus, The Musical Journey Show is back. I’ll be kicking off the reboot with a trip back to 1982 when all us MTV babies were discovering bands like Dexys Midnight Runners, Culture Club, Men at Work, Soft Cell, Duran Duran and others. Yet still rocking the radio with the likes […]
Big thank you to all veterans. Doesn’t seem all that long ago when I showed up for my first day of bootcamp. Wild eyed, scared and full of high ideals. We had a strong sense that what we were doing was serving a cause greater than ourselves. We were volunteers, willing sacrificing our freedom so […]
Fantastic video watching the evolution of Sympathy With the Devil one of my favourite Rolling Stones tracks. Enjoy. P.S. Love the clothes. Bring back the 60s.
When you tell an 18 year old that they have been invited to see a musical by Madness (otherwise known to me ‘ohhh yeah, that band that sang that baggy trousers song?’), you can imagine that I went to this event slightly sceptical, however I am very happy to say that I was wrong. […]