Month: May 2014

I’d been struggling with writing this months blog,, but i sat this morning listening to Darren Hayes/ Savage Garden music, To The Moon and Back came on and it gave me the boost required, so many Thanks Darren for that! So, onwards i go, With so much happening in June, i am not sure where […]

listen to ‘Interview with Willmott Dixon Employee Elaine Ingram who has gone under the razor to help raise awareness for local cancer charities.’ on Audioboo Elaine, who has worked at the North Birmingham branch of Willmott Dixon for over five years, has shaved her head for the second time in ten years and raised £1000 […]

listen to ‘Interview with Raff Achour of Boot-Led-Zeppelin ahead of their gig at Leamington Assembly 30th May’ on Audioboo Boot-Led-Zeppelin are internationally recognised as the ultimate tribute to Led Zeppelin. The band tour most of the UK from theatres and festivals to the most legendary of music venues. International tours have included Austria, France, Switzerland, […]

listen to ‘Interview with Richard Fonge ahead of this years Kenilworth Show 7th June’ on Audioboo The NFU’s Let’s Talk Farming roadshow, which tours the country annually, will be a welcome attraction at the already successful Kenilworth Show on Saturday, June 7. The roadshow and its farming presenter, Johnny Ball, have been a huge hit […]

If you listen to my radio show ‘That Was Then This Is Now’ you will know I am a huge Judie Tzuke fan and have been for many years.  On Sunday 25th May I had the pleasure of seeing her at The Stables in Milton Keynes.  Before I mention the show just have to say […]

Friday, on the Pyramid Stage: 1. Arcade Fire 2. Elbow 3. Lilly Allen 4. Rudimental 5. De La Soul 6. Rodrigo Y Gabriela 7. The War On Drugs 8. Turtle Island   Curator: @soulcruzer

Roman Empire: Power and People Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, Coventry 16th May – 31st August Anyone who thinks that England would be better off without all the foreigners clearly has not understood English history at all. Ours is a history of constant invasion, not only of the war-like political kind but also invasions of […]

By @AutumnRosewell I’ve lost count of the number of young female folk artists who send me material with publicity asserting that they ‘sound like a young Joni Mitchell’ along with photographs of themselves performing at festivals wearing as few clothes as possible, as if to make up for the fact that they aspire only to sound […]

listen to ‘Interview with Mette Poynton of Cotswolds Concierge about The Cotswolds Mystery’ on Audioboo “With The Cotswolds Mystery, we want to bring focus on The Cotswolds in a brand new way”, says Mette Poynton of The Cotswolds Concierge, “Of course it is easy to show this wonderful ‘Area of Natural Beauty’ off as a […]

listen to ‘interview with Jack Linstead about Warwick Rocks & events to look forward to this summer’ on Audioboo The teams speak with Jack about Warwick Rocks & events to look forward to on Warwick 1100 year – including Artisan Uncovered in Smith Street May 29-31st involving Bread & Co, Spectacular Goat, The Drinks Room […]

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