Month: January 2014

To apply to run a workshop or give a peace talk at the 2014 Leamington Peace Festival, visit www.peacefestival.org.uk : fill in the form for Peace Talks and Workshops and email to the Peace Talk and Workshop Co-coordinator. But be quick as the deadline is fast approaching – 1st February 2014. This year the Festival […]

Artist Links: FaceBook | Twitter Clay Lowe | @soulcruzer

listen to ‘Interview with Simon White, Legal Consultant based in Leamington’ on Audioboo

listen to ‘Interview witn Justin Miles about the theft of his charity kayack’ on Audioboo

listen to ‘Interview with Roy Jarratt, Recruitment co-ordinator at St John Ambulance, discussing a new Cadet unit in Warwick’ on Audioboo

listen to ‘Interview with Lee Hendrie – Former premier league footballer about his new venture Footie Bugs’ on Audioboo

Check it! These songs are up for Best Rock Performance, Grammys 2014. “Alway Alright” – Alabama Shakes. “The Stars (Are Out Tonight)” – David Bowie “Radioactive” – Imagine Dragons “Kashmir” – Led Zeppelin “My God Is The Sun” – Queens of the Stone Age “I’m Shakin” – Jack White Clay Lowe | @soulcruzer

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January 21, 2014

The Grammys are on Sunday, 26 January.  We’re looking forward to seeing how some of our favourite musicians fair. Here are the nominees for Record of the Year: .. .. “Get Lucky” – Daft Punk “Radioactive: – Imagine Dragons “Royals” – Lorde “Locked Out of Heaven” – Bruno Mars “Blurred Lines” – Robin Thicke   […]

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January 20, 2014

Today is meant to be the worst day of the year, better known as Blue Monday.  Christmas and New Year are over.  Most people are back to work or school, and it seems like the next holiday break is a long way away.  At least today, in Warwickshire we have clear skies. So what are […]

listen to ‘Interview with are Rebecca Williams of Warwick Museum to talk about Heritage and Culture Warwickshire being short-listed to win a top artist for a Museums at Night event to be held in May 2014.’ on Audioboo


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