Arts and Culture
On January the 29th 1886, Carl Benz applied for a patent for his “vehicle powered by a gas engine.” a three-wheeled Benz Patent Motor Car, model no. 1. This was the birth of the motor car… For well over 100 years the motor car has been through a myriad of changes, but one common theme […]
In 1455, The Gutenberg Bible (written in Latin) was the first major book printed in Europe. 100’s of years later literature has seen many changes and revolutions through social, cultural and today ‘technological demands’. Professional authors, publishers, and consumers are challenged by Audio and E-books and the competition of Celebrity Authors and sometimes their ghostwriters… […]
With the summer approaching fast, like all parents I am bracing myself with the task of planning a jam packed summer programme of activities that will satisfy my little ones. I will also attempt to not blow the weekly family budget on a single day at an outrageously over priced, over stimulated and over crowded […]
Reporter Liane Kate The last time I saw The Levellers live was in June 2013 at The Assembly Rooms. It was a great night, featuring a memorable performance from the Brighton band with front man Mark Chadwick. So The Levellers finally returned to leafy Leamington and this superb music venue with the knowledge that ahead […]
In its fourth year the annual Arts Fair Discover:Gather:Give is returning to Stratford-upon-Avon Town Hall over the weekend of November 4th to 5th and we hope to celebrate another record year of visitors and sales. There will be over 40 artists exhibiting more than 500 pieces of original lovingly made hand crafted art, offering an […]
Reporter Liane Kate It is always a pleasure to see a live band really enjoying themselves on stage at Warwickshire’s key venue for sound and ambience The Assembly Rooms. Along with the release of the critically acclaimed new album Lost Property Turin Brakes are back making waves in the music industry with this performance at […]
I’m really excited about the upcoming opening of Spa Town Comics in Leamington Spa. Now I’ll be able to get my comic fix locally. I spoke to the owners of Spa Town Comics, Lisa-Marie Nelson and Dan Mailler: Details What: Spa Town Comics grand opening When: Saturday, 3 September 2016 Where: Lower floor, The Royal […]
In this episode, Clay Lowe sits down with the novelist, Sarah Beth Hunt to talk about her writing process and explore her thoughts on being a writer in a digital age.
listen to ‘Jenny Brook, Designer Maker’ on audioBoom Jenny Brook of RokkoNN, a company that makes handmade ceramic jewellery. She’s exhibiting as a part of the Warwickshire Open Studios project.
This half term, step back in history and visit Tudor World of Stratford. Located on Sheep Street, in the town of Stratford is an exciting and award-winning museum which brings the 16th century to life with interesting facts and realistic recreations to create the atmospheric and fascinating experience. Radio Warwickshire’s mini reporters visited this weekend […]