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Roots Rock Riot logo Matt 'Harry' Harrison, Airborne In this interview, Ally talks to Airborne guitarist Matt 'Harry' Harrison about touring, the new album - Boneshaker, and working with Nashville producer Dave Cobb.
Recorded on November 20, 2019
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Roots Rock Riot logo Tyler and Caleb, TB and the Shakedown In this interview, Ally talks to Tyler and Caleb - from the band TB and the Shakedown - about their European tour with Airborne, their new album - Truth & Lies, married life, and the loss of pink strats.
Recorded on November 20, 2019
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Roots Rock Riot logo Fredrik Akersson, Opeth In this interview, Ally talks to Fredrik Akersson of prog rock band Opeth about the new album - In Couda Venenum, Brexit disruption, and writing with Saxon vocalist Biff Byford.
Recorded on October 23, 2019
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Microphone Sue Hill
The Heist
News bulletin featuring Sue Hill, former Detective Chief Superintendent, who is leading the team investigating the bank robbery for SKY One’s TV show, The Heist.
Recorded on June 24, 2019
Interview by
Tom Wilson
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Roots Rock Riot logo Erja Lyytinen In this interview, Ally talks to Erja Lyytinen about her forthcoming UK tour, her new album, and more.
Recorded on March 13, 2019
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Books Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Marella Evans: “A Christmas Wish”. Part of the “A Christmas Wish” series on Bart’s Friday show ’The Week-end Starts Here!’.
Recorded on December 21, 2018
Written by
Marella Evans
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Roots Rock Riot John from Monster Truck In this interview, Ally talks to John from Monster Truck about their new album "True Rockers", the song-writing process, Dee Snider, and his bass tone.
Recorded on December 19, 2018
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Books Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by E.P. Mack: “A Christmas Wish”. Part of the “A Christmas Wish” series on Ron B’s Wednesday show.
Recorded on December 19, 2018
Written by
E.P. Mack
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Books Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written by Brenda Gibson and read by E.P. Mack: “A Christmas Wish”. Part of the “A Christmas Wish” series on Simon Nolan’s show ‘Monday Mix’.
Recorded on December 17, 2018
Written by
Brenda Gibson
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Books Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Alan Dumball: “A Christmas Wish”. Part of the “A Christmas Wish” series on Bart’s Friday show ’The Week-end Starts Here!’.
Recorded on December 14, 2018
Written by
Alan Dumball
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Roots Rock Riot logo John Hogg In this interview, Ally talks to John Hogg of Magpie Salute about how he first met Rich Robinson of the Black Crowes, the debut studio album - High Water Vol 1, and in particular the track Colour Blind.
Recorded on December 12, 2018
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Books Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Arthur Greenan: “O Love That Wilt Not Let Me Go”. Part of the “A Christmas Wish” series on Ron B’s Wednesday show.
Recorded on December 12, 2018
Written by
Arthur Greenan
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Books Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written by Homer Lindsay and read by Stella McLaren: “A Christmas Wish”. Part of the “A Christmas Wish” series on Simon Nolan’s show ‘Monday Mix’.
Recorded on December 10, 2018
Written by
Homer Lindsay
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Books Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Angela Winson: “A Christmas Remembered”. Part of the “A Christmas Wish” series on Bart’s Friday show ’The Week-end Starts Here!’.
Recorded on December 7, 2018
Written by
Angela Winson
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Books Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written by Maureen Raper and read by Stella McLaren: “A Christmas Wish”. Part of the “A Christmas Wish” series on Ron B’s Wednesday show.
Recorded on December 5, 2018
Written by
Maureen Raper
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Books Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Maria Nelson-Langford: “A Christmas Story (Faberge’s Christmas)”. Part of the “A Christmas Wish” series on Simon Nolan’s show ‘Monday Mix’.
Recorded on December 3, 2018
Written by
Maria Nelson-Langford
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HospiceCare logo I’ll Walk Beside You In this in-depth feature, the spotlight falls upon HospiceCare North Northumberland. Find out how supportive and uplifting the Hospice can be … full of laughter, not tears.
To find out more about HospiceCare North Northumberland services and ethos, go to www.hospicecare-nn.org.uk
Recorded on November 18, 2018
Show by
Tony Henk
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Roots Rock Riot logo Uli John Roth In this interview, Ally talks to virtuoso guitar player, Uli John Roth, about his upcoming 50th anniversary tour, his sky guitars, and his guitar playing style.
Recorded on November 14, 2018
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Microphone Judy Crow Gillian Daniel talks to author Judy Crow about her book which was inspired by the letters her Grandfather wrote to his family from WW1
Recorded on October 17, 2018
Interview by
Gillian Daniel
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Microphone Mary Hogg Mary Hogg, of Hardington Hogg solicitors, answers questions on unexpired session gift vouchers where all sessions are booked until after the expiry date; council inaction regarding tree on their land brushing private house roof; the possibilities around splitting a tenancy other than 50-50.
Recorded on September 18, 2018
Interview by
Tom Wilson
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Roots Rock Riot logo Sari Schorr In this interview, Ally talks to New York born singer / songwriter, Sari Schorr, about her new album “Never Say Never”, the process of songwriting, and her upcoming tour of the UK.
Recorded on August 29, 2018
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Microphone Caroline Roberts Alistair discusses with leading romantic novelist, Caroline Roberts, how Northumberland has inspired her, her proudest achievements, how she deals with success, her plans for the future, and much more! Her 2017 novel, My Summer of Magic Moments, set largely on the Northumbrian Coast , was shortlisted for the Contemporary Romantic Novel of The Year.
Recorded on March 12, 2018
Interview by
Alistair Cochrane
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Roots Rock Riot logo Dan Patlansky In this interview, Ally talks to South African guitar player, Dan Patlansky, about his new album - Perfection Kills, his upcoming UK tour, and touring whilst being a father.
Recorded on February 7, 2018
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Microphone Beauty and the Beast Richard Dale talks to Susan Joyce, Director of this year’s Alnwick Pantomime.
Recorded on January 11, 2018
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Book Stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Angela Winson: “A Merry Christmas?”. Part of the “A Happy Christmas?" series on Yvonne Bell’s show 'Start the Week'.
Recorded on December 18, 2017
Written by
Angela Winson
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Book stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Stella Mclaren: “A Happy Christmas?”. Part of the “A Happy Christmas?" series on Simon Nolan’s show 'Monday Mix'.
Recorded on December 18, 2017
Written by
Stella Mclaren
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Book Stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Alan Dumball: “A Happy Christmas?”. Part of the “A Happy Christmas?" series on Bart Rippon’s show 'Sunday Gospel'.
Recorded on December 17, 2017
Written by
Alan Dumball
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Roots Rock Riot logo Greg Hart
(Cats In Space)
In this interview Ally talks to Greg about the 2017 and the tours ...recording and songwriting and the future ...
Recorded on December 13, 2017
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Book Stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by E.P. Mack: “A Happy Christmas?”. Part of the “A Happy Christmas?" series on Yvonne Bell’s show 'Start the Week'.
Recorded on December 11, 2017
Written by
E.P. Mack
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Book Stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Mavis Maureen Raper: “A Christmas Memory”. Part of the “A Happy Christmas?" series on Simon Nolan’s show 'Monday Mix'.
Recorded on December 11, 2017
Written by
Mavis Maureen Raper
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Roots Rock Riot logo Steve Hill In this interview, Ally talks to Canadian one-man-band, Steve Hill, about his new album “Solo Recordings Vol. III”, his career, touring, and how he gets his sounds.
Recorded on November 15, 2017
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Roots Rock Riot logo Jared James Nichols In this interview, Ally talks to Jared James Nichols about his new album - Black Magic, touring, and guitars.
Recorded on October 4, 2017
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Roots Rock Riot logo Mollie Marriott In this interview, Ally talks to singer / songwriter Mollie Marriott about her new album, writing with Paul Weller, her upcoming tour, and life as a backing singer.
Recorded on October 4, 2017
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Roots Rock Riot logo Alan Nimmo, King King guitarist / vocalist In this interview, Ally talks to King King guitarist / vocalist Alan Nimmo about their forthcoming album - Exile and Grace, song-writing, and Alan's recent battle with his vocal chords.
Recorded on September 6, 2017
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Roots Rock Riot logo Erja Lyytinen In this interview, Ally talks to Finnish "Queen of the Slide" Erja Lyytinen about her upcoming tour, her new album, voice training, and her forthcoming appearance on Finnish reality TV.
Recorded on September 6, 2017
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Food Festival Logo Alnwick Food Festival Richard Dale talks to Philip Angier about this year’s Alnwick Food Festival.
Recorded on September 3, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Barnaby Rudge Gill Hambleton talks to Richard Dale about Northumberland Theatre Company’s production of Barnaby Rudge.
Recorded on August 29, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Great Fridge Adventure Richard Dale talks to James Miller and Marcus Dean, who have finally finished writing a book about The Great Fridge Adventure. This is a story from 2009, when two naive teenagers decided it would be a fantastic idea to travel the length and breadth of the UK on foot with two household fridges.
Recorded on August 27, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Glendale Show logo 2017 Glendale Show Rachel Tait and Andrew Walton, two of the organisers of this year’s 125th Glendale Show, preview the day’s activities.
Recorded on August 18, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Goodnight Mister Tom Richard Dale talks to Gary Brown, star of this summer’s Alnwick Theatre Clun production
Recorded on August 18, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Mircophone Daniel Gurney, Alnwick Fringe Richard Dale talks to Daniel Gurney about the plans for next weekend’s Alnwick Fringe events.
Recorded on August 5, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Jonathan Justice, Alnwick International Music Festival The 2017 Alnwick International Music Festival is about to get underway. It looks set to be another great week with daytime and evening activities throughout the week. Festival chairman Jonathan Justice previews the festival with Richard Dale.
Recorded on July 23, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Sally Pumford & Arlene Cadman, Portable Theatre Company Richard Dale talks to Sally Pumford and Arlene Cadman (in that order) about the newly formed Portable Theatre Company and its first production of Steel Magnolias.
Recorded on July 7, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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BB & CR Logo The Molgoggers John talks with the Molgoggers shanty crew from Cobh in Eire about when they formed, how they chose the name, and their future plans.
Recorded on July 1, 2017
Interview by
JD for BBCR
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Microphone Revd Julia Myles Richard Dale talks to Revd Julia Myles, Curate at St Michael’s Church about her time in Alnwick and her new role in Hampshire
Recorded on June 30, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Wonder Woman Jack Colledge reviews the recently-relesaed film, Wonder Woman
Recorded on June 6, 2017
Review by
Jack Colledge
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Parkinson's UK Logo Linny Rubra, Parkinson’s UK Ron B talks with the NE Regional Volunteer Co-ordinator for Parkinson’s UK, Linny Rubra.
Recorded on May 10, 2017
Interview by
Ron Bernstein
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Root Rock Riot logo Tuk, Biters In this interview, Ally talks to Biters front man Tuk about touring, the new album “The Future Ain’t What It Used To Be”, the Atlanta music scene … and more.
Recorded on April 19, 2017
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Book Stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by E.P. Mack: “The Easter Letter”. Part of the Easter Event series on Yvonne Bell’s show Start the Week.
Recorded on April 17, 2017
Written by
E.P. Mack
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Book Stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Alan Dumball: “There is a Green Hill”. Part of the Easter Event series on Bart Rippon’s show Sunday Gospel.
Recorded on April 16, 2017
Written by
Alan Dumball
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Book Stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Marella Evans: “Hollis Green Easter Event”. Part of the Easter Event series on Gillian Daniel’s show Music I Like.
Recorded on April 12, 2017
Written by
Marella Evans
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Book stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Jennifer Greenway: “Eastertime and New Potatoes”. Part of the Easter Event series on Simon Nolan’s show Monday Mix.
Recorded on April 10, 2017
Written by
Jennifer Greenway
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Book stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Maureen Raper: “Easter Past”. Part of the Easter Event series on Yvonne Bell’s show Start the Week.
Recorded on April 10, 2017
Written by
Maureen Raper
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Root Rock Riot logo Paul Jackson, Blackberry Smoke Ally talks to Blackberry Smoke guitarist - Paul Jackson - about touring, the new album “Like an Arrow”, and guitar playing.
Recorded on April 5, 2017
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Microphone Dave Nicholson, Radio Tyneside Dave Nicholson, Chairman of Radio Tyneside, talked to Richard Dale on the morning after they won four gold medals and one bronze at the national hospital radio awards.
Recorded on March 26, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Rupert Lee, Northern Film and Media Rupert Lee (Northern Film and Media) met Richard Dale to preview the Digital Cities event at the Baltic on 4th and 5th April.
Recorded on March 24, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Jax Higginson Richard Dale talks to Jax Higginson about the charity skinny dip planned for Druridge Bay in September.
Recorded on March 19, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Mark Brassell, Alnwick Garden Richard Dale talks to Mark Brassell, Director of the Alnwick Garden, about their successful year in 2016 and plans for the next few months.
Recorded on March 16, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Roots Rock Riot logo Raven Age In this interview, Ally talks to Mike, frontman of up-and-coming metal band, Raven Age, about their recent record deal, touring, influences, and more.
Recorded on March 15, 2017
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Evita Banner Alnwick Stage Musical Society Evita is this year’s production by the Alnwick Stage Musical Society. Richard Dale met the show’s producer Norman Luke and two of its stars: Juliette Bell and Darren Lewis.
Recorded on March 9, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Hippotherapy logo Angela Torsch, Hippotherapy Northumberland It's four years since Angela Torsch first came to the Lionheart studio and in this interview we find out how Hippotherapy Northumberland has developed over the years and how they look forward to the coming year.
Recorded on February 24, 2017
Interview by
TJY Friday
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Roots Rock Riot logo Charlie Benante, Anthrax In this interview, Ally talks to Charlie Benante of Anthrax about their new album All the Kings, touring, and the 30th anniversary of Among the Living.
Recorded on February 22, 2017
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Microphone Robert Wilkinson One Big Lie is the latest production by the Tideline Runners theatre group based in Berwick. Richard Dale met the play’s author Robert Wilkinson to find out more.
Recorded on February 12, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Berwick Stoma Group Colleen Henderson-Hayward interviews a group of people from the Berwick Stoma group and finds out what a stoma bag is, what it does and how users cope with them in their every day life.
Warning... this interview contains graphic, but informative, information about normal bodily functions.
Recorded on February 7, 2017
Interview by
Colleen Henderson-Hayward
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Microphone Lewis Denny Former Lionheart presenter Lewis Denny is about to head for a life on the open seas as he becomes lead singer on the cruise ship MS Boudicca. Lewis came into the studio to tell us more about this and his developing career as a professional singer.
Recorded on February 5, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Marcus Clinton, Northumberland College Richard Dale talks to Marcus Clinton, Principal of Northumberland College, about recent developments at the college including their Berwick campus and the start of leisure courses in the Alnwick area
Recorded on February 2, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Sue Simpson, Alnwick Garden Drop In Richard Dale has been down to the Alnwick Garden Drop In room to meet Sue Simpson, one of the organisers.
Recorded on January 29, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone David Golding, Climate Change Richard Dale talks to David Golding about the visit of Lord Nicholas Stern to Newcastle to give his latest thoughts on the economic impact of climate change - a talk to be followed by a debate on Christian responses to climate change.
Recorded on January 27, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Tom Pattinson, Alnwick Garden Club Richard Dale talks to Tom Pattinson, chairman and Alnwick Garden Club, about the history of the club, a slightly new look to the club for 2017 and his thoughts on climate change.
Recorded on January 25, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Freedom City 2017 Richard Dale talks to Professor Richard Davies about Martin Luther King, his links with Newcastle (and Alnwick) and plans for Freedom City 2017, celebrating the 50th anniversary of his historic visit to Newcastle.
Recorded on January 20, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Alnwick panto 2017 Richard Dale talks to Jimmy Dodds (Cinderella) and Peter Lewis (Buttons) about this year’s Alnwick panto.
Recorded on January 15, 2017
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Roots, Rock, Riot logo Big Boy Bloater In this interview, Ally speaks with Blues man, Big Boy Bloater, about his latest album, stop-motion videos, his upcoming tour, and future plans.
Recorded on December 21, 2016
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Book Stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Brenda Gibson: “Yesterday’s Christmas”. Part of the Christmas Stories series on Yvonne Bell’s show Start the Week and Simon Nolan’s show Monday Mix.
Recorded on December 19, 2016
Written by
Brenda Gibson
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Book Stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Alan Dumball: “Yesterday’s Christmas”. Part of the Christmas Stories series on Yvonne Bell’s show Start the Week and Simon Nolan’s show Monday Mix.
Recorded on December 12, 2016
Written by
Alan Dumball
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Book Stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Dave Telfer: “Christmas Past”. Part of the Christmas Stories series on Yvonne Bell’s show Start the Week and Simon Nolan’s show Monday Mix.
Recorded on December 12, 2016
Written by
Dave Telfer
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Book Stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Marella Evans: “Yesterday’s Christmas”. Part of the Christmas Stories series on Yvonne Bell’s show Start the Week and Simon Nolan’s show Monday Mix.
Recorded on December 12, 2016
Written by
Marella Evans
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Roots Rock Riot logo Aaron Keylock In this interview, Ally talks to 18-year old blues / rock guitar player, Aaron Keylock, about touring with JD Simo, Blackberry Smoke, and others; his new album; influences; and more.
Recorded on December 7, 2016
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Book Stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by E.P. Mack: “Christmas Yesterday”. Part of the Christmas Stories series on Yvonne Bell’s show Start the Week and Simon Nolan’s show Monday Mix.
Recorded on December 5, 2016
Written by
E.P. Mack
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Roots, Rock, Riot logo JD Simo In this interview, Ally talks to American guitar player, JD Simo, about his rigorous touring schedule, his time as a session man, the recent presidential election, and more.
Recorded on November 23, 2016
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Microphone Alistair Anderson, Part 1 In the first part of our interview, Alistair Anderson talks about his new band Northlands.
Recorded on November 13, 2016
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Alistair Anderson, Part 2 In the second part of our interview, Alistair talks to Richard Dale about his love of Northumbrian music and how he transitioned from enthusiast to international star.
Recorded on November 13, 2016
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Alistair Anderson, Part 3 In the third part of our interview, Richard asks Alistair which does he prefer: concertina or Northumbrian pipes?
Recorded on November 13, 2016
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Rooys Rock Riot logo Jer and Brandon of Monster Truck Whilst on their support tour with Nickelback, Jer and Brandon of Canadian rockers Monster Truck talk to Ally about their album "Sittin' Heavy", Arena tours, ice hockey, and more.
Recorded on October 26, 2016
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Microphone David Golding, Jubilee Debt Campaign With this year’s Great North Run only a week away, Richard Dale talks to David Golding, a trustee of the Jubilee Debt Campaign about the team of 70 runners raising funds for them and how the campaign is progressing with its aims to help eradicate developing world poverty. As well as the run, David organises the traditional “eve of run” events at St Thomas Church, Newcastle which take place on Saturday 10th September.
Recorded on September 4, 2016
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Book Stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Brenda Gibson: “My Little Corner of the North”. Part of the Tales from the County series on Yvonne Bell’s show Start the Week.
Recorded on August 22, 2016
Written by
Brenda Gibson
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Book Stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Arthur Greenan: “To Love, Honour & Obey”. Part of the Tales from the County series on Yvonne Bell’s show Start the Week.
Recorded on August 8, 2016
Written by
Arthur Greenan
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Book Stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written by Edward Matthews: “The Monster of Bolam Lake”. Read by Maureen Raper. Part of the Tales from the County series on Yvonne Bell’s show Start the Week.
Recorded on August 1, 2016
Written by
Edward Matthews
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Book Stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Dave Telfer: “Berwick & Me”. Part of the Tales from the County series on Yvonne Bell’s show Start the Week.
Recorded on July 25, 2016
Written by
Dave Telfer
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Microphone Matthew Slack, Part 1 Richard Dale talks to Mathew Slack about this year’s Alnwick International Music Festival
Recorded on July 24, 2016
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Matthew Slack, Part 2 In the second part of this interview, Mathew and Richard focus on the daytime events in the Market Square
Recorded on July 24, 2016
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Matthew Slack, Part 3 In the third part of their chat on air, Richard and Matthew discuss the evening events at this year’s Alnwick International Music Festival
Recorded on July 24, 2016
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Book Stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Alan Dumball: “The Photograph”. Part of the Tales from the County series on Yvonne Bell’s show Start the Week.
Recorded on July 18, 2016
Written by
Alan Dumball
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Book stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by E.P. Mack: “Haven at Little Beach”. Part of the Tales from the County series on Yvonne Bell’s show Start the Week.
Recorded on July 11, 2016
Written by
E.P. Mack
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Microphone Suzie Cochrane and Nicole Thompson Kevin talks to Suzie Cochrane Head of Music at Duchess High School and Nicole Thompson associate lecturer of Theatre at the Central Queensland University.
Recorded on July 1, 2016
Interview by
Kevin Field
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Book Stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Marella Evans: "One Windswept Night". Part of the Tales from the County series on Yvonne Bell’s show Start the Week.
Recorded on June 27, 2016
Written by
Marella Evans
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Microphone Paul Philbert, Opera North Lionheart's Kevin Field (Maestro@ Lionheart) talks with Paul Philbert, Section Principal Timpanist with the Orchestra of Opera North during their rehearsals of Wagner's The Ring before touring across the UK this summer.
Recorded on June 24, 2016
Interview by
Kevin Field
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Roots Rock Riot logo Jared James Nichols Ally chats to Jared James Nichols about his extensive touring schedule, guitar playing style & preferences, and his latest single & video.
Recorded on June 22, 2016
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Roots Rock Riot logo Nathan James of Inglorious Ally talks to Nathan James of Inglorious prior to their sell-out show in Newcastle. They discuss how the band was brought together, songwriting, and the highs & lows of the first two years.
Recorded on June 22, 2016
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Book Stack Berwick Writers’ Group A short story written and read by Maureen Raper: "Remembering the past and looking forward to the future”. Part of the Tales from the County series on Yvonne Bell’s show Start the Week.
Recorded on June 20, 2016
Written by
Maureen Raper
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Microphone Tatsiana Bespuda In April 1986 a nuclear power station in Chernobyl, Ukraine, went into melt down. Prevailing winds meant that an area of Bellarus, about 600km away, was badly effected by the fall-out. Tatsiana Bespuda, an English Teacher, explains how, 30 years on, the effects are still felt and how they are trying to help their children.
Recorded on June 20, 2016
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Microphone Tink and Josiah Longer, Slambovian Circus of Dreams Chaz was talking to Tink and Josiah Longer of Slambovian Circus of Dreams. Josiah is the lead guitarist and vocalist; Tink is a multi-instrumentalist.
Recorded on June 10, 2016
Interview by
Chaz Ellis
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Microphone Sarah McQuaid Chaz Ellis interviewing folk songstress Sarah McQuaid. Recorded at FMP Studios in Fenham. Producer Dave Maughan.
Recorded on May 13, 2016
Interview by
Chaz Ellis
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Roots, Rock Riot logo Dan Reed Ally talks to Dan Reed of Dan Reed Network about their new album, Fight Another Day; taking time out of music to live in a Tibetan monastery; and his forthcoming acoustic tour with Danny Vaughan.
Recorded on May 4, 2016
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Microphone Mary Manley, Barter Books - Part 1 Mary Manley, co-owner of Barter Books, talks to Richard Dale about the EU Referendum debate taking place at Barter Books on 20th May.
Recorded on April 23, 2016
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Mary Manley, Barter Books - Part 2 Richard Dale talks to Mary Manley about the success of Barter Books and the fascination of old books in a world of digital media.
Recorded on April 23, 2016
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Roots, Rock, Riot logo Bruce and Matt, Colour of Noise Ally talks to Bruce and Matt of Brighton-based Colour of Noise. They discuss self-financing albums, fishing, and keeping healthy on the road ... amongst other things.
Recorded on April 20, 2016
Interview by
Ally Lee
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ISOS logo David Curran, Extra Care Scheme Manager, ISOS Housing David Curran talks to Tom on his Pop-up Community Matters series about the new developments in Alnwick by ISOS Housing
Recorded on April 8, 2016
Interview by
Tom Wilson
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TACT logo Vicky Johnson, TACT Vicky Johnson, from non-profit making fostering agency TACT, talks about their need to find new foster carers in the local area.
Recorded on March 28, 2016
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Microphone Sister Act - Leonie Airlie Richard Dale talks to Leonie Dial, start of Alnwick Stage Musical Society’s production of Sister Act about the prospect of following in the footsteps of Whoopi Goldberg.
Recorded on March 6, 2016
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Sister Act - Michael Pearson Richard Dale went along to final rehearsals for Sister Act, this year’s production by the Alnwick Stage Musical Society and spoke to show’s director Michael Pearson.
Recorded on March 6, 2016
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Students from Duchess High School Posh welcomes some early bird students from the Duchess High School to talk about their up and coming performance of Rock of Ages at the Alnwick Playhouse.
Recorded on February 28, 2016
Interview by
Posh
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Microphone Geoff Rich Mike Ford and the Consuls were an instrumental band who had their best following in the North East, playing in Newcastle in 1963 ... here presenter Paul Gavin talks to lead guitarist Geoff Rich
Recorded on February 23, 2016
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Paul Gavin
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M N D Logo Colin Hardy, Motor Neurone Disease Association Gillian talks to Colin Hardy of the Motor Neurone Disease Association who explains what the disease is and how the association helps sufferers and their families.
Recorded on February 10, 2016
Interview by
Gillian Daniel
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BB & CR logo Brian Hurren, Runrig The long-awaited 14th and final studio album from Scottish Celtic rockers, Runrig, is due for release on 29th January 2016. It has been a long 9 years since the last studio album from the band and they have not disappointed with 'The Story'. Based around the journey of the band from inception over 40 years ago, it is a powerful and emotional album, charting the musical journey of Runrig down the last 5 decades. I was lucky enough to speak with Brian Hurren, keyboard player with the band and producer of the album. As youngest and newest member of the band, he entered the production role with trepidation, but he has produced what hardened 'Riggies' are hailing a masterpiece. Listen in as he tells us his part in 'The Story'.
Recorded on January 16, 2016
Interview by
Fiona Elcoat
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Alnwick Panto - Alice Alnwick Panto, Jimmy Dodds You can’t have a panto without a dame and for Alnwick that means the one and only Jimmy Dodds. Here is he looking forward to his latest role.
Recorded on January 10, 2016
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Alnwick Panto - Alice Alnwick Panto, Laura Coleman Richard Dale went down to the final rehearsals for Alnwick Theatre Club’s production of Alice’s Adventures to talk to producer Laura Coleman.
Recorded on January 10, 2016
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Roots Rock Riot logo Col. J.D. Wilkes, Legendary Shack Shakers In this interview, Ally talks to Legendary Shack Shakers frontman - Col. J.D. Wilkes - about their new bass player, the Southern Surreal album, working with Billy Bob Thornton, and more.
Recorded on November 18, 2015
Interview by
Ally Lee
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BB & CR logo James Cameron, CEO Mission Motorsport Fiona interviews James Cameron, CEO Mission Motorsport. Mission Motorsport is a service charity who rehabilitate and retrain ex servicemen and women, back from war zones and tours of duty who need help to re-establish themselves back in society. Many suffer physical injury, a far greater number suffer Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and all need to rediscover their sense of purpose in life and to be able to slot back into civilian life. MM assist these men and women through various programmes, all donation funded and many of these people have gone onto gain jobs or placements and most importantly, rediscover themselves and a sense of hope. Check out Mission Motorsport via their website or social media pages … www.missionmotorsport.org
Recorded on November 14, 2015
Interview by
Fiona Elcoat
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BB & CR logo MX-5 Owners Club - Part 1 Fiona interviews MX-5 Owners Club members Andy & Carol Paterson, Andy Malcolm, Ben Tuck, and Ian Moulton about the Club and the Race of Remembrance. On 4th November 2015, an eclectic mix of people travelled from all corners of the UK to the Anglesey Racing Circuit (Trac Mon) in North Wales for a very special event. The second Race of Remembrance organised by Mission Motorsport was taking place over the weekend. The Race of Remembrance, organised by MM is a 1000k, ten hour endurance race during daylight and nighttime hours, which is unique in that the race breaks on the Sunday morning for a remembrance service in the pit lanes, while the cars stand silent in the parc ferme.
Recorded on November 14, 2015
Interview by
Fiona Elcoat
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BB & CR logo MX-5 Owners Club - Part 2 Fiona interviews MX-5 Owners Club members Peter McNicol, Richard Smith, Tony Thomas, and Roger about the Club and the Race of Remembrance. All money raised from the Race of Remembrance goes to Mission Motorsport to enable them to continue their invaluable work, many people involved with the event give their time for free, and Anglesey Circuit offers the hire of the track for free. The event is televised in a bid to raise awareness and the public have entry at reasonable prices during Saturday and Sunday, where other events also take place throughout the day.
Recorded on November 14, 2015
Interview by
Fiona Elcoat
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Roots Rock Riot logo Blackberry Smoke Ally talks to Atlanta, Georgia, band - Blackberry Smoke - about their album “Holding All the Roses” and touring in the UK.
Recorded on November 11, 2015
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Microphone James Eightman & Laurie Holbrook, Northern Lights Harry talks with James Eightman and Laurie Holbrook about the new band ... Northern Lights
Recorded on November 10, 2015
Interview by
Harry Peters
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Stephen Carey Fund logo David Wilson, The Stephen Carey Fund David Wilson joins Yvonne and John to give an update on the Stephen Carey Fund.
Recorded on October 30, 2015
Interview by
Yvonne Bell & John Brown, TJY Friday
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Microphone Laura Doolan Gillian talks to Laura Doolan who can definitely be described as an adventurer, having climbed hills around the UK and recently Kilimanjaro in Africa. Her next adventure takes her to Machu Pitchu and it's all in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Recorded on October 28, 2015
Interview by
Gillian Daniel
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Microphone Linny Rubra, Parkinsons UK As someone who lives with Parkinson's disease himself, Ron Bernstein was please to invitve Linny Rubra, volunteer co-ordinator for Parkinsons UK, to the studio to talk about the support there is out there in the community for yourself and your family.
Recorded on October 21, 2015
Interview by
Ron Bernstein
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BBCR logo Squadron Leader Iain MacFarlane On Wednesday 14th October 2015, I was invited to RAF Boulmer in Northumberland to conduct an interview with Squadron Leader Iain MacFarlane of Flight 'A' 202 Squadron - the squadron who flew and maintained the iconic yellow SeaKing helicopters on Search and Rescue missions in our region. We spoke about what it meant to the crew and staff who worked with the SeaKings, and their role in the community as the much-loved helicopters are withdrawn around the country, due to old age to be replaced with more up to date aircraft from Bristow. The impact on the local community was emotional and widespread as our local SAR 'big yellow birds' disappeared from RAF Boulmer on 30th September 2015. This is the end of an era but the beginning of a new one and I was happy to learn that none of the crew were made redundant, in fact some will be involved in training the crews of the new machines. It was an absolute pleasure to talk to Squadron Leader Iain MacFarlane, a true officer and gentleman and was a very enlightening interview. My utmost thanks to Squadron Leader Iain MacFarlane, Cath and Anne at RAF Boulmer, for their assistance in orchestrating our BBCR 'Farewell To The SeaKing' tribute.
Recorded on October 17, 2015
Interview by
Fiona Elcoat
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NCUL logo Nic Best, Northumberland Credit Union Nic Best from the Northumberland Credit Union talks to Gillian about how Credit Unions work and how they operate in our area.
Recorded on September 23, 2015
Interview by
Gillian Daniel
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Movie Hour logo Daniel Mumby Daniel Mumby and Richard Dale look ahead to the Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival, review the top 10 movies and preview some of the new releases.
Recorded on September 13, 2015
Show by
Richard Dale
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Roots, Rock, Riot logo Joel Hoekstra, White Snake Ally talks to Joel Hoekstra, guitarist with White Snake, about his new solo project: Joel Hoekstra’s 13, his time in previous bands, and the Rock of Ages musical.
Recorded on September 9, 2015
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Recorded on September 3, 2015
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Microphone Alnwick Beer Festival Gary Brown and Graham Brown, from Alnwick Round Table, came into the studio to look ahead to the Alnwick Beer Festival which starts on Friday 4th September at the Town Hall.
Recorded on August 30, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Movie Hour logo Daniel Mumby Daniel Mumby is back to look at the best (and possibly the worst as well) of the current cinema releases.
Recorded on August 30, 2015
Show by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Rachael Tait, Glendale Show Rachael Tait joined us to preview this year’s Glendale Show which took place on Bank Holiday Monday.
Recorded on August 30, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Olly and Alice Cowgill, 360 UAS Drones are becoming more common place in our world but are not being welcomed with open arms by all ... here Olly and Alice from 360UAS dispel some of the myths surrounding the new technology which has some very interesting uses.
Recorded on August 28, 2015
Interview by
Jax
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Recorded on August 27, 2015
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Donald Strachan
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Recorded on August 21, 2015
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Donald Strachan
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Microphone Valerie Fairless Richard Dale talks to Valerie Fairless about her love of singing and her latest EP Home Again.
Recorded on August 16, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Alnwick Theatre Club - Part 1 Members of Alnwick Theatre Club talk to Simon Greener about their forthcoming production “A Song at Twilight”
Recorded on August 16, 2015
Interview by
Simon Greener
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Microphone Alnwick Theatre Club - Part 2 Continuing our discussion on the Noel Coward play “A song at Twilight” and your chance to become part of Alnwick Theatre Club.
Recorded on August 16, 2015
Interview by
Simon Greener
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Microphone Robin Romei, Singer/Songwriter Singer/Songwriter Robin Romei makes a flying visit to Lionheart studio on his way to Edinburgh for the next gig of his UK tour.
Recorded on August 10, 2015
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Microphone Jude Leitch, Northumberland Tourism Jude Leitch, Director of Northumberland Tourism, talks to Richard Dale about her work, the beauty of our county, how the holiday season is going and the Robson Green effect.
Recorded on August 9, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Mark Brassell, Alnwick Garden - Part 1 Mark Brassell, the recently appointed Director of Alnwick Garden tells Richard about his prior life, his joy at returning to Northumberland and his first impressions of the Garden.
Recorded on August 9, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Mark Brassell, Alnwick Garden - Part 2 In the second part of our interview, Mark looks ahead to events at the Garden in the next few months.
Recorded on August 9, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Richard Dale Richard Dale talks to John Brown and Yvonne Bell about the British Transplant Games which took place in Newcastle.
Recorded on July 31, 2015
Interview by
John Brown & Yvonne Bell, TJY Friday
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Microphone Tommy McKie, Alnwick Town Alnwick Town chairman Tommy McKie came in to talk to Yvonne Bell and John Brown … with a little help from our sports reporter Richard Dale
Recorded on July 31, 2015
Interview by
Yvonne Bell & John Brown, TJY Friday
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Recorded on July 30, 2015
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Microphone Matthew Pearse & Hesus Kidd, Real Fitness Joining Posh on the Chill Out Zone was Matthew and Hesus from Real Fitness, Alnwick's only Cross Fit, strength and conditioning gym.
Recorded on July 26, 2015
Interview by
Posh
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Microphone Matthew Slack Richard interviews former Lionheart presenter Matthew Slack about the 40th Alnwick International Music Festival
Recorded on July 26, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Recorded on July 23, 2015
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Donald Strachan
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Recorded on July 10, 2015
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Donald Strachan
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Recorded on July 2, 2015
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Donald Strachan
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Microphone James Porritt, Aldi Gillian talks to James Porritt about recruitment for the upcoming Aldi store in Alnwick
Recorded on July 1, 2015
Interview by
Gillian Daniel
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Recorded on June 25, 2015
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Microphone Don Kesson Glasgow based country singer Don Kesson talks to Richard Dale about his debut album Drinking with the Angels.
Recorded on June 21, 2015
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Richard Dale
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Microphone Gavin Humphries Richard Dale talks to Gavin Humphries about Punch-Drunk Comedy, a charity fund raising initiative in Northumberland.
Recorded on June 21, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Graeme Mason, Newcastle Airport - Part 1 Newcastle Airport’s Graeme Mason talks about the recent development of passenger facilities at the airport.
Recorded on June 21, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Graeme Mason, Newcastle Airport - Part 2 In the second part of their chat, Graeme Mason from Newcastle Airport tells Richard Dale about the new routes being launched, worries about Air Passenger Duty and Scottish devolution and just how fast are the queues at security ...
Recorded on June 21, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Mark Hedley, Alnwick Town football Mark Hedley, who is coach for Alnwick Town girls’ football teams, drops in to tell us what they’re up to.
Recorded on June 21, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Kevin Field In August Alnwick plays host to Alnwick Music Camp ... you can hear Chas talking to Kevin Field about the forthcoming event
Recorded on June 19, 2015
Interview by
Chas Ellis
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Recorded on June 18, 2015
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Recorded on June 12, 2015
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Donald Strachan
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Blood Bikes logo Owen Harris of Blood Bikes Gillian talks to Owen Harris about the voluntary service that keeps fresh donated blood 'moving' around the North East to where it's most needed
Recorded on June 10, 2015
Interview by
Gillian Daniel
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Magna Carta 800 logo Diane Webber Richard Dale talks to Diane Webber of Warkworth's History Society who are organising events and celebrations to mark the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta.
Recorded on June 7, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Recorded on June 4, 2015
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Microphone Team Rosie In a special Vintage Vibes, Tina talks to Team Rosie ... a meeting full of chat and banter.
Recorded on June 4, 2015
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Tina
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Roots Rock Riot logo Erja Lyytinen In this interview, Ally talks to Finnish slide player and singer / songwriter Erja Lyytinen about her new album “Live in London”, her touring schedule, beginnings, and her slide guitar technique.
Recorded on June 3, 2015
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Recorded on May 28, 2015
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Microphone Chris Chomse, Tynedale Agricultural Society Chris Chomse, Chairman of Tynedale Agricultural Society, looks ahead to this year’s County Show.
Recorded on May 24, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Marcus Clinton, Part 1 Marcus Clinton, Principal of Northumberland College talks to Richard Dale about the recent revamp of the college’s facilities in Ashington and Kirkley Hall.
Recorded on May 24, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Marcus Clinton, Part 2 There’s a busy summer of events planned at Kirkley Hall. Marcus Clinton previews some of the highlights.
Recorded on May 24, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Recorded on May 22, 2015
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Health Watch logo Harriet Critchley If you have used our NHS or other social services in the last 12 months, listen in to this interview where you can find out how to praise, complain or make a suggestion about the service you received.
Recorded on May 22, 2015
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Microphone Colin Heathcote, Part 1 Richard Dale meets local author Colin Heathcote who has just published his first book “No Fires in Tring”. In the first part of the interview, Colin tells us what the book is about.
Recorded on May 17, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Colin Heathcote, Part 2 In the second part of our interview, Colin is asked if we have lost something in the art of local journalism from his early days as a reporter in the sixties.
Recorded on May 17, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Colin Heathcote, Part 3 In the final part of our chat with Colin, he remembers the scoop he is most proud of and we ask if there is a sequel planned.
Recorded on May 17, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone David Richardson, Alnwick Theatre Club Alnwick Theatre Club return to the Playhouse with their latest production: Brassed Off, featuring the Ellington Colliery Band. Director David Richardson talks about the play.
Recorded on May 17, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Sarah Dunne, ACDT Richard Dale meets Sarah Dunne from Amble Community Development Trust to talk about the harbour village and this year’s Puffin Festival in the town.
Recorded on May 17, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Movie Hour logo Movie Reviews In the first of an occasional series of movie reviews for the summer, Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby catch up on the big hits so far this year and preview Maggie, Mad Max: Fury Road and Tomorrowland.
Recorded on May 17, 2015
Show by
Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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NEPACS logo Andrienne Ruddock, NEPACS Andrienne Ruddock, visitor centre manager at HMP Northumberland, makes a plea for new volunteers to help their work at the centre - More information can be found at www.nepacs.co.uk
Recorded on May 15, 2015
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Mircophone Beryl Holmes Beryl Holmes, former book publisher, talks about a recent publication about Warkworth which it is hoped will raise money for Marie Curie in memory of her brother Ray.
Recorded on May 15, 2015
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Recorded on May 14, 2015
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Donald Strachan
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Recorded on May 7, 2015
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Donald Strachan
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Microphone Mark Doctor, Part I In the first part of his chat with Richard Dale, Druridge Bay park run race director Mark Doctor talks about the success of first nine months of this weekly event. And if you’re inspired to take part, it is run every Saturday morning at 9am
Recorded on May 3, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Mark Doctor, Part II In the second part of his chat with Richard Dale, Mark Doctor from Alnwick Harriers looks ahead to the Les Allcorn 10k and this year’s Coastal Run.
Recorded on May 3, 2015
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Recorded on April 30, 2015
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Roots Rock Riot logo Dan Patlansky An interview with South African born singer / songwriter / guitar player, Dan Patlansky, talking about his new album - Dear Silence Thieves, his UK tour, and supporting Joe Satriani.
Recorded on April 29, 2015
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Recorded on April 23, 2015
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Donald Strachan
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Recorded on April 16, 2015
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Donald Strachan
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Recorded on April 9, 2015
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Donald Strachan
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Recorded on April 2, 2015
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Donald Strachan
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Microphone Derek Gladding, WW1 CCG Chas catches up with Derek Gladding of the WW1 Centenary Commemoration Group
Recorded on March 27, 2015
Interview by
Chas Ellis
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Doris Brendel Doris Bendel Musician Doris Brendel talks to Chas about her new Album
Recorded on March 27, 2015
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Chas Ellis
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Martin Belmont Martin Belmont Chas talks to Martin Belmont, founder of Graham Parker and the Rumour about their new album 'Mystery Glue' due out in May.
Recorded on March 27, 2015
Interview by
Chas Ellis
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Tom O'Donnell Tom O'Donnell Tom gives Chas an update on his life in Music
Recorded on March 27, 2015
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Chas Ellis
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Microphone Bridie Jackson of Bridie Jackson and the Arbours Bridie Jackson talked to Chas about the country-wide tour her all female band are setting off on this week.
Recorded on March 20, 2015
Interview by
Chas Ellis
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Microphone Ryan Dunn and Analise McCall of Two Thirds Goat Ryan Dunn and Analise McCall talk to Chas about their new album
Recorded on March 20, 2015
Interview by
Chas Ellis
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Gem Andrews logo Gem Andrews Another chance to listen to a recording of Chas Ellis in conversation with Gem Andrews
Recorded on March 6, 2015
Interview by
Chas Ellis
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Roots Rock Riot logo Dante Gizzi of GUN A studio interview with Dante Gizzi of GUN about their upcoming album "Frantic" and their UK tour.
Recorded on March 4, 2015
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Microphone Mary Kemp Mary Kemp talks to Chas Ellis about her Creative Writing Group in Alnwick.
Recorded on February 6, 2015
Interview by
Chas Ellis
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Microphone Angela Torsch of Hippotherapy Northumberland Angela Torsch of Hippotherapy Northumberland
Recorded on January 30, 2015
Interview by
John Brown
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Roots Rock Riot logo Simon Daniels, Autograph In this interview, Ally talks to Simon Daniels - lead vocalist of reformed rockers, Autograph - about their reformation, their new single and plans for the future.
Recorded on January 28, 2015
Interview by
Ally Lee
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WW1 CCG logo Derek Gladding, of the WW1 CCG Derek Gladding, chairman of the Alnwick District WW1 Centenary Commemoration Group comes to the studio with another update.
Recorded on January 9, 2015
Interview by
Chaz
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Roots Rock Riot logo Elin Larsson, Blues Pills Ally talks to Blues Pills singer, Elin Larsson, about the band's origins, touring Australia and the future.
Recorded on December 17, 2014
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Roots Rock Riot logo Rival Sons Ally talks to Rival Sons members - Scott Holiday, Michael Miley and new keyboard player, Todd Ögren Brooks - about their album, Great Western Valkyrie, touring and drummers.
Recorded on December 17, 2014
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Roots Rock Riot logo Jack Blades In this phone interview, Ally talks to Jack Blades of Nightranger and Damn Yankees about his new project, Revolution Saints (with Doug Aldrich and Deen Castronovo).
Recorded on December 10, 2014
Interview by
Ally Lee
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WW1 CCG Derek Gladding, of the WW1 CCG Derek Gladding joins Chaz in the studio to talk about the Alnwick WW1 Centenary Commemoration Group and the projects they are currently working on.
Recorded on December 5, 2014
Interview by
Chaz
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Roots Rock Riot logo Darrel Higham In this interview, Ally talks to Darrel Higham prior to his appearance at the Sage Gateshead with his wife, Imelda May. They talk about touring (with children), the record business, guitar players, and SAFC.
Recorded on December 3, 2014
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Roots Rock Riot logo Col. J D Wilkes, Legendary Shack Shakers We talk to Legendary Shack Shakers front man Col. J D Wilkes about music, acting, and being a UNESCO ambassador.
Recorded on November 5, 2014
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Recorded on November 1, 2014
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Donald Strachan
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Recorded on October 25, 2014
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Roots Rock Riot logo Massive, Aussie rockers We talk to Aussie rockers Massive after their debut UK show at Newcastle's Think Tank. The band discuss their debut European / UK tour, songwriting, and the Australian music scene.
Recorded on October 15, 2014
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Recorded on October 11, 2014
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BB & CR logo Chris Barrie Chris Barrie is a well known actor, stand up comedian and impressionist. Probably best known for his TV roles as "Rimmer" in "Red Dwarf", and "Gordon Brittas" in "The Brittas Empire", Chris was also the voice behind many "Spitting Image" characters, as well as providing the voice of Ronald Regan on the hit single "Two Tribes" by "Frankie Goes To Hollywood". He appeared in the "Blackadder" series with Rowan Atkinson and most notably played Angelina Jolie's butler in the "Lara Croft" films. I had the pleasure to interview Chris during his busy schedule as guest speaker at the Mazda MX-5 Owners Club Rally in Warwickshire last month. Listen here as Chris discusses his love of Landrovers and his possible conversion to the sporty MX5.
Recorded on October 4, 2014
Interview by
Fiona Elcoat
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Recorded on September 27, 2014
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Roots Rock Riot logo Dave Meniketti of Y&T We speak to Dave Meniketti of Y&T about their 40th anniversary, their upcoming European tour, and some of the highs of their career.
Recorded on September 24, 2014
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Recorded on September 20, 2014
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Donald Strachan
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Recorded on September 13, 2014
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Recorded on September 6, 2014
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Gem Andrews Gem Andrews, Singer Song-writer Chaz welcomes singer songwriter, Gem Andrews to the studio for a chat and to let us hear some of her music....
Recorded on September 5, 2014
Interview by
Chaz Ellis
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Roots Rock Riot logo Damon from The Temperance Movement Ally talks to The Temperance Movement drummer, Damon, about bike rallies, supporting The Rolling Stones, and progress on the new album.
Recorded on September 3, 2014
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Recorded on August 27, 2014
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Recorded on August 21, 2014
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - ONE-OFF SPECIAL: Highlander (1986) Richard and Daniel reunite for a one-off special, two years after their final broadcast together. Because 'there can be only one', they're taking a look at 1980s classic Highlander (and try not to lose their heads in the process). Featuring reviews of The Rover, The Expendables 3, Hector and the Search for Happiness, Blood Ties and The Congress, along with tributes to Lauren Bacall and Robin Williams.
Recorded on August 17, 2014
Show by
Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Recorded on August 14, 2014
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Leo Whiskey Leo Whiskey, Blues artist Polish blues player Leo Whiskey joins Gillian Daniel and tells her about his life on the road.... and does a bit of busking in the studio....
Recorded on August 13, 2014
Interview by
Gillian Daniel
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BB & CR logo Ricky Warwick, Black Star Riders Following the untimely death of frontman Phil Lynott, Thin Lizzy carried on the legacy in the same name. In 2012, the band decided to reinvent themselves as Black Star Riders, with Ricky Warwick (The Almighty) out front, original Lizzy member Scott Gorham and Damon Johnson on guitar, Marco Mendoza on bass, and Jimmy DeGrasson on drums. While Thin Lizzy still tour sporadically under the original name, Black Star Riders decided to record new material and released their debut album as BSR, All Hell Breaks Loose in 2013, followed by an extensive tour schedule taking in the UK, USA and Europe throughout 2013 and 2014, taking in top festivals along the way. With dates selling out and a well-thought out setlist consisting of a half and half show of Black Star Riders material and Thin Lizzy classics, Black Star Riders have taken the rock fraternity by storm. I have been lucky enough to interview frontman Ricky Warwick twice during the recent tours and here you can listen to the second interview. Ricky is the nice guy of rock and roll and has time for everyone. So far removed from Diva as anyone could be yet with his pedigree, this is a rare thing. The future looks bright for BSR and I for one, will be following their progress closely. The boys are most definitely back in town!
Recorded on August 9, 2014
Interview by
Fiona Elcoat
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Recorded on August 8, 2014
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Recorded on August 1, 2014
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Microphone Andrew Duff, Alnwick International Music Festival Festival organiser Andrew Duff came into the studio to preview the 2014 festival with Richard Dale.
Recorded on August 1, 2014
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Professor Ian Haynes, Newcastle University Newcastle University is launching a new on-line course on Hadrian’s Wall. Course leader Professor Ian Haynes told Richard Dale more about it.
Recorded on August 1, 2014
Interview by
Richard Dale
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BB & CR logo Peatbog Faeries Thursday 31st July was a warm summer's evening, just right for heading to Alnwick Playhouse for some funky Celtic music from the Peatbog Faeries. I have been trying to catch up with these boys for the past couple of years and illness and other mishaps prevented it. But now the interview is in the bag and what a nice bunch of chaps they are! The Peatbog Fearies hail from the Isle Of Skye and began life in the local bars but can now be seen playing all over the UK, Europe and Canada to sell out audiences. Yet the atmosphere is still a personal one. The band enjoy spending after show time with their fans and I was honoured to have a birthday shout out halfway through their set. I describe their music as Celtic Funk.. they describe themselves as a dance band! Whichever way you hear it, the Peatbogs will have you on your feet, dancing the night away (whether Security allow it or not), while linking their setlist with hilarious banter. A jolly nice evening with a jolly nice bunch of chaps!
Recorded on July 31, 2014
Interview by
Fiona Elcoat
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Microphone Phil Grey The Castles Challenge Triathlon took place on Sunday 27th July at Bamburgh, the highlight of a busy weekend of sport and fun in the village.
You may remember that the main event last year had to be cancelled due to the atrocious weather that weekend. When Richard Dale spoke to event organiser Phil Grey he asked him for his memories of that rather soggy Sunday.
Recorded on July 26, 2014
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Berwick bandits logo Berwick Bandits Catch up on the latest Berwick Bandits Speedway news by clicking here.
Recorded on July 25, 2014
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Microphone Mark Doctor, Alnwick Harriers Parkrun action will be coming to Northumberland on 9th August. Druridge Bay will be the home for the first parkrun in the county with a race at 9am every Saturday morning. One of the organisers is Mark Doctor from Alnwick Harriers. He came into the studio last night to tell Richard Dale more about parkruns.
Recorded on July 5, 2014
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Recorded on July 2, 2014
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Recorded on June 26, 2014
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Microphone Sharon Reid The second Alnwick Race for Life took place on Sunday 22nd June. Organiser Sharon Reid spoke to Lewis Denny about this year’s run.
Recorded on June 21, 2014
Interview by
Lewis Denny
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Toast masters logo Phillip Morris, Castle Communicators There are times when many of us have the unfortunate need to make a speech: a wedding; a job presentation or interview; or even a funeral and it is not always a easy thing to do, especially if you don't do it often or lack confidence. Well, help is at hand. Yvonne talks to Philip Morris from 'not for profit' Castle Communicators about a new club starting in August for just this kind of thing.
Recorded on June 20, 2014
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Berwick Bandits logo Berwick Bandits Catch up on the latest Berwick Bandits Speedway news by clicking here.
Recorded on June 18, 2014
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Recorded on June 13, 2014
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Microphone Sally Pygott and Alasdair Wilson Craw The British Orienteering Championships were held in Northumberland on 31st May and 1st June. Richard Dale met up with two of the organisers at Thrunton Woods: Sally Pygott and Alasdair Wilson Craw.
Recorded on June 7, 2014
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Berwick Bandits logo Berwick Bandits Although the weather is trying its hardest to derail the speedway season, there’s plenty for Donald Strachan to talk about in this week’s report including a preview to the FIM Grand Prix Qualifier at Berwick.
Recorded on June 6, 2014
Report by
Donald Strachan
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NEPACS logo Andrew Thorp, NEPACS If a loved one of yours was sent to prison, the chances are that it would have a huge impact on your life, emotionally and financially and it's good to know that there are people around who try to help families of prisoners at these difficult times. Andrew Thorp from NEPACS explains how they are helping to make family visiting a bit easier.
Recorded on June 2, 2014
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Berwick Bandits logo Berwick Bandits Catch up on the latest Berwick Bandits Speedway news by clicking here.
Recorded on May 30, 2014
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Roots Rock Riot logo Coleen Rennison of "No Sinner" An interview with Coleen Rennison of upcoming Canadian band "No Sinner". Coleen talks about songwriting, touring, and the Canadian music scene.
Recorded on May 28, 2014
Interview by
Ally Lee
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VoiCeS logo Caroline Friend, VoiCeS Northumberland Caroline Friend came to Lionheart to talk about VoiCeS, who exist to support Voluntary Sector Organisations and groups in and around Northumberland.
Recorded on May 12, 2014
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Berwick Bandits Berwick Bandits Catch up on the latest Berwick Bandits Speedway news by clicking here.
Recorded on May 9, 2014
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Roots Rock Riot logo Greta and Robyn from Well Hung Heart An interview with Greta and Robyn from Well Hung Heart talking about their new album, recording, and making videos.
Recorded on May 7, 2014
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Stroke Association logo The Stroke Club The Stroke Club of Alnwick has been running for 35 years now and is still going strong. Listen in to this interview and find out what they get up to at their weekly meetings and find out how you could get involved.
Recorded on May 2, 2014
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Wooler Outdoors logo Maxine Lock Here Simon Nolan talks to Maxine Lock about a brand new event Wooler Outdoors later in May, when both locals and tourists will be encouraged to come and try some outdoor activities that are available in the area. There will be an activity to suit everyone, from young to old and from cautious to carefree.
Recorded on April 28, 2014
Interview by
Simon Nolan
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Dementia Friends logo Helen Johns, Dementia Friends Champion As more and more people are living with Dementia in the UK, 800,000 at the last count, our communities need to be aware of people in them who need a bit of support to make their's and their carers lives easier. Helen Johns explains what small things we can do to help them and how she is trying to spread the word.
Recorded on April 28, 2014
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Microphone Dave Sage, Wooler School & Stephen Clark, Terracycle Do you also feel slightly guilty/irritated/annoyed at the amount of packaging that goes into the kitchen bin because it can’t be re-cycled? Well listen in to this interview and find out that there are more ways to re-cycle, on your doorstep.
Recorded on April 25, 2014
Interview by
TJY Friday Team
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Recorded on April 22, 2014
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Recorded on April 14, 2014
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Bellview Logo David Robertson, Registered Manager at Bell View Help at Home Yvonne talks to David Robertson who is part of the new team at Bell View Help at Home service which launched recently.
Recorded on April 14, 2014
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Recorded on April 11, 2014
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Roots Rock Riot logo D-A-D An interview with Jacob, Stig, and Laust from D-A-D about the history of the band, song-writing, and pyro.
Recorded on April 9, 2014
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Berwick Bandits Berwick Bandits The 2014 speedway season is underway and with it the return of the weekly reports from our reporter Donald Strachan. Catch up on the latest Berwick Bandits Speedway news by clicking here.
Recorded on April 2, 2014
Report by
Donald Strachan
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Roots Rock Riot logo Jeremy from Monster Truck An interview with guitarist Jeremy from Monster Truck discussing touring, guitars, and the future.
Recorded on March 26, 2014
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Microphone Richard Hunter, Run Northumberland Richard Hunter from Run Northumberland talks to Richard Dale about the Northumberland Half Marathon at Kirkley Hall and some of the other events being run by them this year.
Recorded on March 15, 2014
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Kyle Hollingworth & Gareth Bateman, Alnwick Cricket Club With all the wet and miserable weather recently, it's hard to believe the cricket season is nearly here. Alnwick Cricket Club chairman Kyle Hollingworth and senior player Gareth Bateman came into see Richard Dale to talk about their plans for the new season.
Recorded on March 1, 2014
Interview by
Richard Dale
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NDFHS logo Dudley George, Alnwick Family History Society Family history is time consuming and for many can be all-absorbing and the great news for Alnwick is that the re-furbished Bailiffgate Centre will be hosting the newly formed Alnwick Family History Society. In this interview, Dudley George talks to the TJY team about the first of many monthly meetings.
Recorded on February 28, 2014
Interview by
TJY Friday Team
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Microphone Julia Lyford, NCDN Lewis talks to Julia about getting more people in Northumberland 'online' so they can get the benefits of technology that others take for granted
Recorded on February 7, 2014
Interview by
Lewis Denny
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HMH Logo Hazel Mynard When cancer strikes its not just the person who has it that is affected. The whole family are. Hazel Mynard talks to Lionheart about her Charity and how it helps a few familes each year get through the difficult time by providing them with a holiday. www.hazelsmemorableholidays.org
Recorded on January 31, 2014
Interview by
TJY Friday Team
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Roots Rock Riot logo David Roads, Airbourne Guitarist David Roads of Aussie rockers, Airbourne, talks - prior to their show in Newcastle - about the tour, the band's beginnings and sound, the new album Black Dog Barking, and life on the road.
Recorded on December 11, 2013
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Roots Rock Riot logo Phil Campbell, Temperance Movement vocalist In a recent phone interview with Temperance Movement vocalist, Phil Campbell, Phil talks about the beginnings of the band, recent tour, classic rock awards, and his voice.
Recorded on December 11, 2013
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Microphone Angela Torsch of Northumberland Hippotherapy Angela returns to give TJY listeners an update of Hipponorthumberland's progress over the last 4 months since she set up this amazing project.
Recorded on November 29, 2013
Interview by
John and Yvonne
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Registrar Weddding Brochure cover Northumberland Registrars Colleen and Heather Hatch, Match and Dispatch is the way of the Registrars Office in Alnwick and they are kept busy with over 1600 weddings every year ... in this interview you can hear what goes on and how they deliver their service across the county.
Recorded on November 27, 2013
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Roots Rock Riot logo Michael Schenker A recent phone conversation with award-winning, iconic German guitar player, Michael Shenker. He talks to Ally about the writing and recording of new album, Bridge the Gap, and reuniting with former Scorpions bandmates.
Recorded on November 13, 2013
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Roots Rock Riot logo Monster Truck Drummer Steve talks to Ally about touring, recording and the Canadian music scene.
Recorded on November 13, 2013
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Roots Rock Riot logo Cage the Gods Ally talks to Jam and Mitch of new band Cage the Gods prior to their show in Newcastle about their forthcoming album and their beginnings.
Recorded on October 30, 2013
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Roots Rock Riot logo The Answer Ally talks to The Answer bass player Micky Waters about their latest album, Storm Thorgerson, and touring AC/DC.
Recorded on October 30, 2013
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Roots Rock Riot logo Tracer (2013) Ally talks to Michael and Jett of Aussie rockers Tracer about their new album, touring, and their new bass player.
Recorded on October 30, 2013
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Chillingham Castle Sir Humphrey Wakefield of Chillingham Castle Here Fiona talks with Sir Humphrey Wakefield of Chillingham Castles, discussing such things as Cattle, Gore and Ghosts.......
Recorded on October 30, 2013
Interview by
Fiona Elcoat
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Four-minute Moment logo Andrew Ayre Andrew Ayre shares Wilson's Tales Four-minute Moment with Jax.
Recorded on October 25, 2013
Interview by
Jax
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Mircophone Kevin Haldon of Flicks365.com Factory worker Kevin Haldon attended an IT course and web design was the path he took as well as taking the '365 challenge', where he commits to watch and review a film a day ... 365 challenge ... his website gets 40-50 hits perday.
Recorded on October 25, 2013
Interview by
Jax
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Four Minute Moment logo Mike Ross and Franke Meadley Continuing Jax series of Four-minute Moments this time with with Mike Ross and Frank Meadley.
Recorded on October 25, 2013
Interview by
Jax
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Microphone Alastair Wilson and Sally Pygott Simon talks to Alastair and Sally about the big orienteering event in Northumberland next year.
Recorded on October 21, 2013
Interview by
Simon Nolan
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BB & CR logo Jimmy Hendry Scottish plumber/adventurer Jimmy Hendry took time to call Fiona from his current base at the Halley Research Station in Antarctica, where the temperature was a balmy -30 degrees
Recorded on October 12, 2013
Interview by
Fiona Elcoat
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BB & CR logo Sandi Thom, singer/musician Musician Sandi Thom talks to Fiona about her latest Cover Album and forthcoming tour
Recorded on October 12, 2013
Interview by
Fiona Elcoat
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Mark Thomas Mark Thomas, Comedian Mark Thomas is a Comedian, an activist, a presenter, reporter and columnist and he was on his way up to Alnwick Playhouse when he spoke to Lionheart to explain his Bad behaviour with a purpose. Here he talks to Yvonne about his show and his Minor Acts of Dissent.
Recorded on October 7, 2013
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Roots, Rock, Riot logo Joey Tempest Joey Tempest of Europe, talking about the new "Live at Sweden Rock" and their upcoming tour with Foreigner and FM
Recorded on October 2, 2013
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Four-minute Moment logo Pam Swain A Four-minute Moment from Pam Swain, who shares her thoughts on writing and self-publishing
Recorded on September 26, 2013
Interview by
Jax
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SHAK Logo Steve Wylie Richard talks to Lionheart's own Steve Wylie about Ex Newcastle player Joe Allon who is coming to Alnwick Town FC to help raise money for local Dog Sanctuary SHAK
Recorded on September 14, 2013
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Clea Knight Simon Greener takes time out to welcome singer-songwriter and local girl, Clean Knight, to the studio to talk, (and sing) about her career, her music and her influences
Recorded on September 8, 2013
Interview by
Simon Greener
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Microphone JJ Evans, Marlish Farm Water Marlish Farm visitors centre was a very busy and popular venue for families and school until it was devastated by the Foot and Mouth outbreak a number of years ago, however the natural Spring on the farm might just give the farm a better chance for the future. Simon Nolan talks to JJ Evans about Marlish Farm Water
Recorded on September 2, 2013
Interview by
Simon Nolan
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Alnwick Music Festival Logo Andrew Duff, Organiser of the Alnwick Music Festival In this interview Richard is talking to Andrew Duff about the forthcoming Musical Extravaganza that was about to hit the town.
Recorded on August 3, 2013
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Michelle Duff, Alnwick Flower Festival organiser Amid all the noise and activity of the dancing and singing in Alnwick during The Music Festival, St Michael's church were quietly preparing for their own Festival ... Flowers ... and with 39 large arrangements on their way, it was up to Michelle Duff and her team to make sure they were ready for the 'Coming Home' themed displays.
Recorded on August 2, 2013
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Stephen Carey Fund David Wilson from the Stephen Carey Fund When 21 year old Stephen Carey died tragically while playing football, his friends and family decided to set up a fund in his memory and this month sees the first two de-fibrilators commissioned in local communities which might just help prevent another similar tragedy from happening. Richard Dale talks to one of the organizers......
Recorded on July 27, 2013
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Spirit Buses Logo Steve Hurst, Spirit Buses Steve Hurst is on a mission..... he wants to improve transport connections between Rothbury and Alnwick. Listen in to see how he proposes to do it and how your feedback can help achieve this.
Recorded on July 12, 2013
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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N A T O Logo Andy Clarke from Newcastle and Tyneside Orienteering Richard Dale gets into the studio early to catch Andy Clarke before he takes to the hills with his map and compass.
Recorded on June 15, 2013
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Bailiffgate Museum Logo Avril Huntly and Shiela Start of The Bailiffgate Museum Karl can be heard talking to Avril Huntley and Shiela Start before they set off on their Singing Bus ... Our Northumbrian Singing Heritage.
Recorded on June 12, 2013
Interview by
Karl Paxton
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Lirkley Hall Logo Marcus Clinton, of Kirkley Hall Richard Dale talks to Marcus Clinton, organiser of the inaugural Kirkley Hall horse trials held on Sunday 9th June.
Recorded on June 7, 2013
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Mike Fraser of the Belford Hidden Museum Jax meets Michael Fraser of the Belford Hidden Museum and together they uncover the secrets of a local town.
Recorded on May 25, 2013
Interview by
Jax
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Open University logo Open University Students The open University has given many people a new lease of life ... Jax talks to some 'later learners'.
Recorded on March 15, 2013
Interview by
Jax
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Red Squirrel Lucy Cook, Red Squirrels, Northern England 150 years ago there was not a grey squirrel to be seen in the UK, but in the 1870's the Victorians brought some exotic 'grey' squirrels into the country and the red squirrel population was almost wiped out. Lucy Cook from 'Red Squirrel Northern England' talks to Simon Nolan about some of the things they are doing to save them.
Recorded on March 11, 2013
Interview by
Simon Nolan
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The Tuckers Kevin Aitman from The Tuckers Harry talks to Kevin, Lead singer of local band the Tuckers about their 10 year celebrations and how they got this far.
Recorded on March 5, 2013
Interview by
Harry Peters
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Big Boots & Celtic Roots logo Dave Swarbrick Fiona Elcoat interviews Dave Swarbrick of Fairport Convention and finds out why he "would be bored to b****y tears if he didnt still tour". After all he's only 71!!
Recorded on March 2, 2013
Interview by
Fiona Elcoat
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Microphone Andrew, Captain of the Serenity II Jax talks to Andrew, the Captain of the Serenity II that takes boat trips around the Farnes and he reveals that 'You can have as much money as you like, but being out here every day makes me feel like I am the luckiest man alive.....'
Recorded on March 1, 2013
Interview by
Jax
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AVR Logo Martin Robinson, Aln Valley Railway Listen up train lovers ... Martin Robinson from the Aln Valley Railway Project is talking to John Brown about the latest developments at the Project on the Lionheart Estate in Alnwick and what Spring promises for visitors.
Recorded on February 22, 2013
Interview by
John Brown
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Microphone Daniel J 'A young talented, singer from London', Daniel J talks to Adam Wood about his music and other stuff.
Recorded on February 17, 2013
Interview by
Adam Wood
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Mircophone Laura Mathieson According to Laura Mathieson, there is 'support out there' for people to start up a new business and she is talking to Simon Greener about a workshop she is running specifically for carers of people with learning disabilities which could help them become self-employed by starting up their own business.
Recorded on February 16, 2013
Interview by
Simon Greener
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Doddington icecream tub Jackie Maxwell from Doddington Dairy There's Cheese and Ice-cream on the menu in this the the very first Lionheaheart interview for Jax. Here she talks to Jackie Maxwell who popped into the studio armed with samples of her cheeses and ice-cream made here in Northumberland. NB. don't listen in when you are hungry........
Recorded on February 15, 2013
Interview by
Jax
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Microphone Joanne, Proprietor and Chef of Queens Head, Berwick Treacle Sponge, Banana Split and Suet pud are all on the menu for this interview at the Queen's Head in Berwick.
Recorded on February 15, 2013
Interview by
Jax
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Roots, Rock, Riot logo Dale Watson Dale Watson - interviewed prior to his performance at The Cluny - talks about his new records, his voice, Ameripolitan, and chicken-shit bingo.
Recorded on February 13, 2013
Interview by
Ally Lee
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CLIC Sargent logo Dee Taylor Talking to Simon Nolan is Dee Taylor of CLIC Sargent, the UK's leading charity for Children with Cancer and they discuss an up and coming event near you ... The Great Mums Get Together.
Recorded on February 12, 2013
Interview by
Simon Nolan
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It's A Dog's Life cover Stephen Wylie Its A Dog's Life is a radio show on Lionheart Radio, and now it is a book which has been written by our very own Steve Wylie ... here you can hear what inspired him to put pen to paper.
Recorded on February 11, 2013
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Electric Penelope Electric Penelope Anna Emmins, creator of Electric Penelope, is a prolific songwriter, singer and producer. The fifth of ten musically inclined children, Anna, was raised predominantly in London above the jazz club her parents ran, which brought about her jazz and soul inspired songwriting.
Recorded on February 7, 2013
Interview by
Jolly Roger
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Microphone Mark from Wendy Woo Tours John Dixon welcomes Mark from Wendy Woo Tours to talk about the Great Wall of China and many other amazing tours around China.
Recorded on February 5, 2013
Interview by
John Dixon
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Big Boots & Celtic Roots logo The Seer The Seer are a German band who have a large following in Bavaria and over the border in Italy. I am working together with the band to introduce them to the UK. Following a successful interview earlier in the year, I travelled over in the New Year of 2013 to their hometown of Augsburg for their annual festive gig at the Spectrum Club. The band are a tight group, playing delicious rock, with a hint of Celtic every now and then. The release of their seventh studio album, Wide Eyed Walker in September 2012 brought many new UK fans and radio play is increasing. The interview with the band took place in Augsburg, Germany following an 800 capacity sellout gig and was aired on Saturday 19th January 2013 on BB & CR
Recorded on January 19, 2013
Interview by
Fiona Elcoat
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Microphone Chris Friend, Passion for Northumberland Passion is coming to Alnwick at Easter and Yvonne is talking to Chris Friend from Passion for Northumberland to invite the community to get involved with the drama that will unfold in the Market place on Good Friday. For futher details visit www.passionfornorthumberland.org.uk
Recorded on January 4, 2013
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Big Boots & Celtic Roots logo Paul Eastham of Folk Rock Band, Coast Lionheart's Fiona Elcoat catches up with Paul Eastham of Southampton based band Coast, just ahead of their last gig of the year in their home town
Recorded on December 29, 2012
Interview by
Fiona Elcoat
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Gerry Anderson Tribute to Gerry Anderson Richard Dale delves into his childhood memories as he pays tribute to Gerry Anderson who died in December 2012
Recorded on December 27, 2012
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Big Boots & Celtic Roots logo Iain Petrie Iain Petrie is a local man, originally from Edinburgh but now based in Berwick Upon Tweed, and he plays, performs, records and produces music. He came up with the idea to put together a charity CD - a compilation of original festive songs from local artists. The money raised will go to schools in the Berwick area and also to Berwick Youth Trust. I interviewed Iain at his studio to find out more. The interview was aired on BB & CR on Saturday 22nd December 2012.
Recorded on December 22, 2012
Interview by
Fiona Elcoat
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Big Boots & Celtic Roots logo Mark Wood Mark Wood is an electric violinist, as well as the founder of a company that makes unique electric violins and he is also an Emmy-winning composer and a former member of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra ... listen to this interview with Fiona Elcoat about his life long passion for music.
Recorded on December 22, 2012
Interview by
Fiona Elcoat
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Big Boots & Celtic Roots logo Amber Road Amber Road are a new band playing a mix of trad tunes and originals but putting their own twist on all material. I interviewed the band at their launch in Largoward, Fife on St Andrew's Night, 30th November 2012 and they seem to be making a mark wherever they are heard. New material is being written for their debut album. The interview went on air on BB & CR on 15th December 2012.
Recorded on December 15, 2012
Interview by
Fiona Elcoat
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Whittingham Memorial Hall logo Geoff Hoskins, of Whittingham Puppets, musicians, singers and actors have all been part of the Whittingham Memorial Hall's programme of events during 2012. Yvonne finds out what's in store next year.
Recorded on December 10, 2012
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Tom Lister Tom Lister, Actor Christmas is coming and so is the Panto Season and John Dixon was able to catch former Emerdale Star, Tom Lister, during rehearsals to talk about his new part as Captain Hook.
Recorded on December 4, 2012
Interview by
John Dixon
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Big Boots & Celtic Roots logo Sandi Thom Sandi Thom is an ex pat Scot, now based in LA and since the release of her chart topping single "Punk Rocker" she has produced a number of fine albums. Flesh & Blood is the latest release, a collection of fine bluesy, tracks, and I caught up with Sandi at her homecoming gig at King Tut's Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow where she didn't disappoint. The interview went out on air on Big Boots & Celtic Roots on Fiona's debut show Saturday 1st Decemberr 2012.
Recorded on December 1, 2012
Interview by
Fiona Elcoat
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iNorthumberland logo Kenneth Jorgensen, Alnwick's 'Digital Champion' Have you ever got really cross with your computer when trying to download a TV programme or a big file for work? Well, Yvonne talks to Alnwick's 'Digital Champion', Kenneth Jorgensen, about superfast broadband, what difference it would make to you and how Northumberland folks can get it.
Recorded on November 12, 2012
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Roots Rock Riot logo Josh Harty North Dakotan singer / song-writer, Josh Harty, performs songs and talks about his new album "Nowhere", growing up in North Dakota and touring the UK.
Recorded on October 31, 2012
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Roots Rock Riot Show logo The Katmen Slim Jim Phantom and Darrell Higham talk about their forthcoming album, touring and the history of the band … prior to their performance today at the Cluny, Newcastle.
Recorded on October 9, 2012
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Rob Rouse Rob Rouse, Comedian ' With a long list of appearances on shows like Celebrity Juice, Daves one Night Stand and tour venues across the country, Rob Rouse made a bit of time in his diary to talk to Adam Wood to give us an insight into the glamourous (or not so glamourous) world of the stand up comic.....' for further details on his tour dates go to www.robrouse.com
Recorded on September 30, 2012
Interview by
Adam Wood
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Roots Rock Riot Show logo Tracer Tracer interviewed prior to their performance at the Cluny. The band talk about losing their bass player, Leigh, recording their forthcoming album in LA, and their success in Europe and the UK.
Recorded on September 28, 2012
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Roots Rock Riot Show logo The Rival Sons The Rival Sons, Jay and Scott, interviewed prior to their sell-out performance at the Newcastle Academy. They talk about their new album, touring, and recent successes.
Recorded on September 26, 2012
Interview by
Ally Lee
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CAB logo Elizabeth and Margaret from Alnwick CAB Started in 1939, the Citizens Advice Bureaux have been helping people ever since and no two problems are the same......here Yvonne chats with the training manager and a volunteer from the local Alnwick branch who explain what goes on in their offices and the people they help every day of the week
Recorded on September 21, 2012
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Roots Rock Riot Show logo Kurt Dahl, One Bad Son Kurt Dahl of One Bad Son talking about the band and their new album
Recorded on September 18, 2012
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Mircophone Kat Wales, Lead Singer of local band - Bright Lights From their humble beginnings cramped in a small practise room, the South Shields band Bright Lights have gone on to play a string of successful live shows at established venues such as the o2 Academy Newcastle and playing at Newcastle's Evolution Festival. The band's lead singer Kat Wales chats to Adam Wood about their roots, influences and their future in the music business.
Recorded on September 16, 2012
Interview by
Adam Wood
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Mircophone Rich James, Musician/producer This is your chance to hear a second interview with Musician/Producer Rich James following the release of his latest album 'Oh'. Adam Wood finds out what inspired his latest creation.
Recorded on September 16, 2012
Interview by
Adam Wood
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Roots Rock Riot Show logo Furyon Interviewed at the Cluny. Singer Matt Mitchell discusses the Gravitas album, touring and the loss of guitarist Chris Green.
Recorded on September 6, 2012
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Roots Rock Riot Show logo Dave Meniketti of Y&T Dave discusses the new live album and his love of the north east ... amongst other things
Recorded on September 5, 2012
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Microphone Alison Lowes, Pharmacist Here Karl Paxton is talking to Alison Lowes about her Olympic voluntary experience, and her involvement with local running clubs in Blyth and Amble. For more information email Alison on alisonlowes2@aol.com
Recorded on August 22, 2012
Interview by
Karl Paxton
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Microphone Lou Coel, Hungry For Change Lou Coel had eating disorder when she was 16 which made her so ill that she is lucky to still be around. Its a mental illness and can hit people at any time in their lives. Along with a group of others, Lou is trying to change the general perceptions of the illness and Hungry For Change is her campaign. Here she speaks to Lewis about her own battle with the illness and what she is doing to help others like her.
Recorded on August 20, 2012
Interview by
Lewis Denny
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Microphone Gemma Hattle & Tracy Surtees, Northumberland & Borders care agency Simon Nolan talking to Gemma Hattle and Tracy Surtees from the Northumberland and Borders care agency, a private business which provides nurses, carers and drivers for people who need care in Northumberland and the borders. For further information go to www.nb-ca.co.uk
Recorded on July 30, 2012
Interview by
Simon Nolan
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Roots Rock Riot Show logo Jimmie Vaughan Ally Lee talking to Jimmie Vaughan
Recorded on July 18, 2012
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Microphone Andy Clark, Orienteerer In this interview Andy Clark returns to Lionheart to talk to Gerry about the challenges of Orienteering, the latest equipment available and what beginners can expect on their first expedition.
Recorded on July 7, 2012
Interview by
Gerry G
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Roots Rock Riot Show logo Lisa Mills Ally Lee talking to Lisa Mills
Recorded on July 3, 2012
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Microphone Keith Taylor With a passion for Northumberland Keith Taylor was well placed to write the book 'Northumbria Days Out'. In this interview Karl Paxton finds out what readers can look forward to when they get their hands on Keith's latest offering.
Recorded on June 26, 2012
Interview by
Karl Paxton
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - GRAND FINALE PART 1: Night of the Living Dead (1968) For the final Movie Hour instalment, Richard and Daniel are giving you 100% extra free with their 2-hour special! In the first hour, our hosts bolt the doors to keep out a zombie invasion as they take on George A. Romero’s chilling debut, Night of the Living Dead. Featuring reviews of The Five-Year Engagement, Think Like A Man, Chernobyl Diaries, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Where Do We Go Now? and Silent Souls.
Recorded on June 23, 2012
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - GRAND FINALE PART 2: The Ones That Got Away, Top 10 Rants and Coming Soon In Part 2 of their grand finale, Richard and Daniel take a look at five cults films that weren’t good enough to make the cut: Big Trouble in Little China, Sir Henry at Rawlinson End, Super, Shock Treatment and The Rutles: All You Need is Cash. There’s also a countdown of Daniel’s Top 10 Movie Hour rants, and a brief preview of the next six months. That’s all folks!
Recorded on June 23, 2012
Show by
Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Changing Gear book cover Eileen Sutherland, Author When Eileen and Alan's son, Matt, died in 2003 their world changed and then three years later it changed again when they sold up, got on their bikes and cycled to Bulgaria. It was all part of the grieving process and is recorded in a moving book called 'Changing Gear' which Eileen has recently launched locally and on Kindle. She sees the book as a way of making sure that Matt is never forgotten and she came to the Lionheart studio to talk to Yvonne about their journey.
Recorded on June 22, 2012
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Microphone Patrick Norris, Footsteps in Northumberland There is no doubt that the Northumbrian countryside is outstanding, but how much do you actually see as you walk through it? Simon Nolan talks to Patrick Norris whose job it is to guide people and make sure they see everything they can on their walk, whether it be animals, flowers, rock formations. Listen in to find out how you can join him and make the most of your day out.
Recorded on June 19, 2012
Interview by
Simon Nolan
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Microphone Lewis Denny, Lionheart presenter and local Olympic Torch Bearer Our own presenter Lewis Denny talks to Adam about his exciting week of Festival of Alnwick and carrying the Torch - twice!!
Recorded on June 16, 2012
Interview by
Adam Wood
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Microphone Rich James, Songwriter He has been writing songs since he was 8 years old and Rich James speaks to Adam Wood about his life, his music and his new album.
Recorded on June 16, 2012
Interview by
Adam Wood
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Rots Rock Riot Show logo Hangfire Ally Lee talking to Hangfire
Recorded on June 13, 2012
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Kick-Ass (2010) Why doesn’t anyone just become a superhero? Daniel goes looking for answers in Matthew Vaughn’s controversial Kick-Ass. Richard is on hand for the local releases, and they provide reviews of Woody Allen: A Documentary, Casa de mi Padre, A Fantastic Fear of Everything, Red Tails, The Pact and The Innkeepers.
Recorded on June 9, 2012
Show by
Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone John Stevens, Alnwick Town Crier Alnwick Town Crier John Stevens talks to Frankie about his recent talent for broadcasting the news in his inimitable style
Recorded on June 5, 2012
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Frankie
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - A Clockwork Orange (1971) Round up your droogs and get the moloko plus in, as Richard and Daniel return from two weeks off to take on Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange. There are also previews of all the local releases and reviews of Prometheus, Top Cat: The Movie in 3D, LOL, Snow White and the Huntsman, The Turin Horse and The Angels’ Share.
Recorded on June 2, 2012
Show by
Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Roots Rock Riot Show logo David Grissom Ally Lee talking to David Grissom
Recorded on May 23, 2012
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Microphone Dennis Alexander Lionheart's Daniel Mumby talks to Dennis Alexander and his great friend Gary from the Rothbury Folk Club. Hear about Dennis' s 20 year career as a musician and his show 'Songs, Stories and Downright Lies'. This interview also features two of Dennis' original songs that will no doubt have your feet tapping
Recorded on May 17, 2012
Interview by
Daniel Mumby
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Microphone GMD 3 Here's another chance for you to hear Adam Wood interviewing the 'Youtube sensation' that is GMD3, who already have an amazing 10,000 Youtube folowers.
Recorded on May 13, 2012
Interview by
Adam Wood
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Phantom of the Paradise (1974) Richard and Daniel sell their souls to rock and roll as they take on Brian De Palma’s horror comedy rock musical Phantom of the Paradise. They chat about the local releases, look forward to the Tyneside Cinema’s 75th Birthday Film Marathon, and provide reviews of Dark Shadows, Piranha 3DD, Jeff, Who Lives at Home, Get the Gringo (a.k.a. How I Spent My Summer Vacation) and Café de Flore.
Recorded on May 12, 2012
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Roots Rock Riot Show logo Col. JD Wilkes & Rod Hamdallah Interview with Col. JD Wilkes and Rod Hamdallah from the Legendary Shack Shakers on their recent UK tour.
Recorded on May 10, 2012
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Roots, Rock Riot Show logo Darrel Higham Interview with Imelda May's husband and guitarist, Darrel Higham, including tips and techniques for rockabilly guitar.
Recorded on May 10, 2012
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Blade Runner (1982) Daniel celebrates his 24th birthday in style by reviewing Blade Runner, which he believes to be the greatest film of all time. Richard provides some balance with the local releases, and there are reviews of The Lucky One, American Reunion, Safe, Silent House, Monsieur Lazhar and Goodbye First Love.
Recorded on May 5, 2012
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Alnwick District MS Branch Lionheart's Simon Nolan talks to Glynis Carr, Richard Stappel and Doug Metcalf from the Alnwick District MS Branch. Find out how they cope living with MS, what the Branch does for sufferers in your local area and how you can get involved in the organisation and help support someone with MS.
Recorded on May 1, 2012
Interview by
Simon Nolan
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Movie Hour Logo The Movie Hour - The Stepford Wives (1975) It’s The Movie Hour’s Diamond Jubilee! Richard and Daniel mark their 60th birthday in style, revisiting the dark allegories of Ira Levin in Bryan Forbes’ chilling adaptation of The Stepford Wives. They also provide reviews of The Avengers, Albert Nobbs, Damsels in Distress, Buck and Being Elmo: A Puppeteer’s Journey.
Recorded on April 28, 2012
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - This Is Spinal Tap (1984) Turn your speakers up to eleven and get ready to smell the glove! Daniel dives into the hilarious mockumentary This Is Spinal Tap from legendary director Rob Reiner. Featuring reviews of Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, Gone, Lockout, Marley, The Divide and Grave Encounters.
Recorded on April 21, 2012
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Garth Jeffrey, Chairman, Lionheart Radio Lionheart radio is looking for young and enthusiastic people to join its Board of Directors and in this intervierw the Chairman of Alnwick's own Community radio station, Garth Jeffrey, came into the studio to explain to presenter Daniel Mumby, what the job entails and how you can get involved
Recorded on April 19, 2012
Interview by
Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Antoinette Oglethorpe Lionheart's Tamsin Robson talks to Antoinette Oglethorpe who is running the Virgin London Marathon in aid of PSP (Progressive Supranuclear Palsy). As her father was diagnosed with the terminal and debilitating disease and subsequently died, she decided to help raise, along with 100 other runners, £2500 to help fund research and awareness. Take a listen and find out more about the condition and how you can sponsor her.
Recorded on April 13, 2012
Interview by
Tamsin Robson
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Microphone Maxine Johnson Yvonne talks to Maxine Johnson, founder of Personalised Parties, about her business which provides party boxes, so that 90% of the work is done for you! These boxes include everything from decorations to tableware and even recipe ideas ... Everything but the food and drink! Listen in to find out how her business got started, her tips and advice on holding your own Jubilee party and how she recently met ‘Dragon’ Theo Paphitis.
Recorded on April 13, 2012
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Gregory’s Girl (1981) After the full-on black humour of last week, it’s time for something a little gentler. Richard waxes lyrical on Gregory’s Girl, while Daniel contributes down the line from Manchester. There are also reviews of Mirror Mirror, The Cold Light of Day, Le Havre, This Must Be The Place, Headhunters and A Cat in Paris.
Recorded on April 7, 2012
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - The Movie Hour X-RATED!: Heathers (1989) Richard and Daniel switch to the later time of 11pm as part of Lionheart Radio’s 5th Birthday Radiothon. And that’s just as well, as they turn their attention to Heathers, one of the blackest comedies of all time. Featuring reviews of The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists!, Wrath of the Titans, Tiny Furniture, Into The Abyss and This Is Not A Film. Contains strong language and disturbing subject matter.
Recorded on March 31, 2012
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Skills Northeast logo Alison Elliott, Skills North East 'What's On' presenter Yvonne Bell talks to Alison Elliott from Skills North East, who are helping get unemployed people back into education to learn new skills in order to find new avenues of work. They provide education, training and support in Ashington and Hexham, and are soon to be working in Alnwick Community Centre. Listen in if you would like to know how you can learn a new skill to get you back into employment.
Recorded on March 30, 2012
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - The Omen (1976) Richard and Daniel return from another week off, in a race against time to stop the Antichrist returning to earth as they take on horror class The Omen. In the meantime they provide reviews of Act of Valor, The Hunger Games, The Kid with a Bike and Wild Bill.
Recorded on March 24, 2012
Show by
Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Pony Welfare logo Ali Wrangham Ali Wrangham comes in to talk to Lionheart's Tamsin Robson about the Roseden Hill Ride, which took place in the foothills of the Cheviots (near Wooler) on the 31st March. The event is in aid of the Pony Welfare Charity and the Mid-Northumberland Scouts that are heading to Botswana for conservation work.
Recorded on March 23, 2012
Interview by
Tamsin Robson
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Microphone Alex Day Adam Wood chats on the phone with YouTube star Alex Day, who not only writes, records and broadcasts his music/home videos online, but reached number 4 in the UK singles charts in Christmas 2011! Take a listen to hear out about his future projects, what he thinks of the future of the music industry and how he hopes the success of his YouTube videos will one day have him signed to a major label.
Recorded on March 11, 2012
Interview by
Adam Wood
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - American Psycho (2000) Daniel approaches the dark world of Patrick Bateman after a weekend in London, tackling the blackly comic satire American Psycho. Richard is on hand to look at the local releases, and there are reviews of John Carter, The Raven, Bel Ami, The Decoy Bride and Trishna.
Recorded on March 10, 2012
Show by
Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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CAP logo Bill McDonald, CAP UK Tamsin Robson talks to Bill McDonald from CAP UK (Christians Against Poverty UK), one of the UK's leading debt counselling charities. Have a listen to find out how you can get the help and support you need to clear your debt and how to stay debt free for the future.
Recorded on March 2, 2012
Interview by
Tamsin Robson
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) It’s coconuts at 10am, as Richard and Daniel come to blows over (alleged) comedy classic Monty Python and the Holy Grail. They agree to disagree over the new releases, with reviews of One for the Money, Safe House, Rampart, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Red Dog and Corman’s World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel.
Recorded on February 25, 2012
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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St John Ambulance logo Mike Nye, St John Ambulance Presenter, Daniel Mumby, talks to Mike Nye from the St John Ambulance service to find out about the work they do in the region. From first aid training to volunteering at local and high profile events. Take a listen to find out how you can get involved with the St John Ambulance service and help save a life in an emergency. Visit www.sja.org.uk or call 0191 273 7938 for more information.
Recorded on February 23, 2012
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Daniel Mumby
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Berwick Speedway logo Lawrence Heppel, Berwick speedway Karl Paxton talks to Lawrence Hepell from the Berwick Speedway about the upcoming season. Take a listen to find out about the new riders, the pre-season celebrations and the fundraising going into the new fence fund, which will support and benefit the riders of this raw and exciting sport.
Recorded on February 21, 2012
Interview by
Karl Paxton
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Expert Rider Les Gilbert, Ride Respect Karl talks to Les Gilbert of Ride Respect, an organisation that supports the safety and well being of motorcyclists. Here you can find out the work they do to ensure riders get the most out of their machines and can control them with confidence.
Recorded on February 21, 2012
Interview by
Karl Paxton
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Thought-Org logo Alison Arrowsmith, Thought-Org IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) is a very common and underestimated 'condition' that many people suffer in silence with, once they have been diagnosed. But for many it has a huge impact on their lives. In this interview we find out that Hypnotherapy can help significantly and is a treatment recognised by N.I.C.E. Alison Arrowsmith explains more.
Recorded on February 20, 2012
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Labyrinth (1986) Richard and Daniel return from a week off to take on David Bowie’s goblin king in Jim Henson’s Labyrinth. Featuring previews of all the local releases and reviews of Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, The Woman in the Fifth, Position Among the Stars and Hadewijch.
Recorded on February 18, 2012
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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WRVS logo Rachelle Atchison Tamsin Robson talks to Rachelle Atchison from the WRVS (Women's Royal Voluntary Service) about the work they do and their new transport scheme 'Getabout Northumberland', which is helping those without transport to get out and about in the comfort and safety of a WRVS volunteers car. Find out how you can become a volunteer, become a member of the WRVS or simply inform someone of the scheme.
Recorded on February 17, 2012
Interview by
Tamsin Robson
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Stroke Club logo Alnwick Stroke Club In this interview, Simon Nolan talks to a group of volunteers from the Alnwick Stroke Club, a group that helps stroke victims and promotes awareness and they discuss an upcoming event at the Sainsbury’s café.
Recorded on February 7, 2012
Interview by
Simon Nolan
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Peeping Tom (1960) Daniel fixes his gaze on Peeping Tom, Michael Powell’s voyeuristic masterpiece which was vilified when first released. He and Richard also look over the local releases and there are reviews of Jack and Jill, Young Adult, Man on a Ledge, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, Martha Marcy May Marlene and Carnage.
Recorded on February 4, 2012
Show by
Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (1994) Richard and Daniel join three drag queens on a trip to Alice Springs in Aussie cult classic The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. They touch briefly on this year’s Oscar nominations, and provide reviews of House of Pleasure, Acts of Godfrey, A Monster in Paris, The Grey and The Descendants.
Recorded on January 28, 2012
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Sue Patience & Peter Biggar Lionheart's Yvonne Bell talks to Sue Patience and Peter Biggar about the community and neighbourhood development plans starting to take shape in Alnwick and Denwick. As part of new government guidelines, this gives residents the oppportunity to put forward their suggestions and new ideas to shape the future of their own community.
Recorded on January 27, 2012
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Microphone Sue Lancaster In this interview, Karl Paxton talks to Sue Lancaster, a volunteer at the Newbiggin Maritime Centre, and they discuss the recent community genealogy project that the Centre has launched, Newbiggin in general and the Maritime Centre itself.
Recorded on January 25, 2012
Interview by
Karl Paxton
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Roots Rock Riot Show logo Rival Sons Michael Miley talking about pressure and time
Recorded on January 22, 2012
Interview by
Ally Lee
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Silent Running (1972) In the 50th instalment of The Movie Hour, Richard and Daniel are out to save the last of the Earth’s forests in Doug Trumball’s sentimental sci-fi classic Silent Running. They also take a gander at the local releases, and provide reviews of Haywire, Underworld: Awakening 3D, J. Edgar, The Sitter, Coriolanus and W. E..
Recorded on January 21, 2012
Show by
Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour Logo The Movie Hour - Ladyhawke (1985) The Movie Hour returns after a two-week break for Christmas and New Year. Richard and Daniel kicking off 2012 in style with Richard Donner’s stupendously silly romp Ladyhawke. Richard and Daniel also review A Useful Life, Tatsumi, War Horse, Shame, Margin Call and The Darkest Hour 3D.
Recorded on January 14, 2012
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Mount Kilimanjaro Jane McHugh & Friends, Kilimanjaro Trekkers Presenter Tamsin Robson talks to Jane, Rhonda and Jo about their trek up Mount Kilimanjaro in February. The 6 day trek started off as a unique type of ‘girls’ holiday but has become a fundraising event for charities closest to their hearts. Find out how you can sponsor them, their training regime, and what they're most nervous about...
Recorded on January 13, 2012
Interview by
Tamsin Robson
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ican logo Austen Hempstead Unbelievably there are 71,000 children in our region who are in ‘food poverty’ and this is just part of the problem. Food poverty is basically ‘going without’ and Austen Hempstead and his organization ‘ican’ believe passionately this does not need to be the case. If we all do our ‘tiny’ bit, we can make such a difference to people’s lives……listen now to find out……and check out www.icanfeed.org
Recorded on December 29, 2011
Interview by
Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Review of the Year Richard and Daniel use their last show of the year to look back on the great and not-so-good of 2011. Daniel gives his Top 10 films and there’ll be another chance to hear the infamous Transformers 3 rant. There are also previews of Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Artist and The Lady.
Recorded on December 24, 2011
Show by
Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Mighty Oaks Logo Chris Friend, Mighty Oaks Speaking on behalf of the Mighty Oaks group, an organisation that gives hot drinks to the people of late night Alnwick, Chris Friend explains to Karl how the Mighty Oaks help the local community with free, no-catch hot beverages, “showing God’s love in a practical way”.
Recorded on December 21, 2011
Interview by
Karl Paxton
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - CHRISTMAS SPECIAL: Whistle Down The Wind (1961) It’s The Movie Hour with 50% extra free this Christmas! Daniel makes the case for Whistle Down The Wind as a bona fide Christmas film, and he and Richard list their respective Festive Top 5s. There are also reviews of Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, Wreckers, Magic to Win, Dreams of a Life and Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows.
Recorded on December 17, 2011
Show by
Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Mankini Run Ryan and Jason, The Mankini Men Running along Bamburgh beach with hand warmers in their Mankinis, and £1000 under their belts, Ryan Thompson and Jason Liddell explain themselves to Karl Paxton.
Recorded on December 14, 2011
Interview by
Karl Paxton
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The Brooke Charity logo Hope Alderson Local horse-woman Hope Alderson just can’t get enough of horses and can’t remember a time when she wasn’t riding one. Simon finds out what distance she is going to in order to raise money and awareness for The Brooke Charity.
Recorded on December 13, 2011
Interview by
Simon Nolan
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Event Horizon (1997) It’s infinite space and infinite terror aboard the Event Horizon as Richard and Daniel brave Paul W. S. Anderson’s underrated sci-fi horror. Featuring reviews of Puss in Boots, New Year’s Eve, A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas in 3D, Another Earth and Mysteries of Lisbon.
Recorded on December 10, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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MCUL logo Nic Best, Northumberland Credit Union Lionheart presenter, Tamsin Robson, talks to Nic Best, Chairman of the Northumberland Credit Union about credit unions, saving with them and how to get a better deal on a loan. Nic also discusses the paying-in point which NCUL are looking to open in Alnwick and how they are in need of volunteers to provide a friendly and reliable service to represent them.
Recorded on December 9, 2011
Interview by
Tamsin Robson
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IMB logo Jane Mann, Independent Monitoring Board Simon interviews Jane Mann from the Independent Monitoring Board group that are appointed by the Secretary of State for Justice to make sure that Prisons are running smoothly. Here they discuss how volunteers go into prisons with a fresh pair of eyes and look at how it is being run, including education programmes, health care and to ensure that complaints from prisoners are being dealt with.
Recorded on December 6, 2011
Interview by
Simon Nolan
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Microphone Ian Fenwick, Serial Charity Fund Raiser Cycling, swimming, canoe-ing, running is just some of what Ian Fenwick occupies his free time with ... “He’s like Ironman” according to Tom Wilson, who invited Ian to the Lionheart Studio to find out what his next assignment fund-raising is...
Recorded on December 4, 2011
Interview by
Tom Wilson
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Gojira (1954) Richard and Daniel travel to Japan to face Gojira, the original Japanese monster movie which created an Asian icon. Daniel pays tribute to British visionary director Ken Russell, and there are reviews of Hugo 3D, Margaret, Happy Feet Two, The Thing, Romantics Anonymous and We Have A Pope.
Recorded on December 3, 2011
Show by
Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Hearing Dogs logo Christine Radwell, Hearing Dogs for Deaf People Hearing Dogs was launched at the world famous Crufts dog show in 1982. Since then they have created over 1,600 life-changing partnerships between deaf people and hearing dogs in the UK. In this interview, Yvonne finds out how ‘man’s best friend’ lives up to his name.
Recorded on November 28, 2011
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) Daniel argues the case for Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, the most recent film by Edgar Wright, as a contender for a future cult classic. He and Richard also look through the local releases and provide reviews of Dream House, Moneyball, My Week with Marilyn, 50/50, Take Shelter and The Deep Blue Sea.
Recorded on November 26, 2011
Show by
Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Olympic Torch Karen Larkin, Co-ordinator of the Olympic Torch Festival Karen Larkin is getting so excited ... a once in a lifetime opportunity is on its way to Alnwick in the form of the Olympic Torch and its going to be her job to organise this big event in June next year. Karen tells Lewis what she’s got in mind and how she needs the help of the people of the town to make sure it’s a great occasion.
Recorded on November 21, 2011
Interview by
Lewis Denny
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Microlight Ed McCallum - Skyline Loft Conversions From Longframlington to the South of France, over to Italy and on to Corfu is just part and parcel of going on a Microlighting adventure with Ed McCallum and his pals. Yvonne finds out about the network of enthusiasts and whether the sky is really the limit for them.
Recorded on November 21, 2011
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Bad Lieutenant (1992) Richard and Daniel negotiate the difficult issue of rape in films while examining Abel Ferrara’s audacious Bad Lieutenant. There are also previews of the local releases and reviews of Magic Trip, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1, Justice, Welcome to the Rileys and Snowtown.
Recorded on November 19, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Capricorn One (1978) The Movie Hour returns after two weeks off with a conspiracy thriller classic. Richard and Daniel go looking for evidence that the US didn’t land on Mars, while finding the time to review Wuthering Heights, The Rum Diary, Immortals, Arthur Christmas, The Awakening and Trespass.
Recorded on November 12, 2011
Show by
Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Poster competition winner Avril Scott - Alnmouth Arts Festival Calling all artists!! Have a listen to the following interview to find out how you can get your work displayed at Northumberland's fastest growing arts festival, the Alnmouth Arts Festival. Presenter Tamsin Robson catches up with Avril Scott, representative of the AAF to find out how to get involved, what's on offer for the AAF 2012 and the history behind the event. Certainly a date to put into your calendar.
Recorded on November 11, 2011
Interview by
Tamsin Robson
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Bethan Stritton Bethan Stritton - Author and artist Author Bethan Stritton talks to Tamsin Robson about her provocative new book 'Grow Your Own Gorgeousness', which looks at how women, and men, are manipulated by the media to emulate what they consider true beauty. Stritton talks about how through personal experience, she decided to write the book, which focuses on reconnecting with our bodies, developing self love and believing in our own personal brand of gorgeousness. She talks about the pressure young girls face by trying to look a certain way, how celebrities use surgery to perfect themselves and how we need to take action and start loving our flaws that make us truly unique.
Recorded on November 11, 2011
Interview by
Tamsin Robson
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Ralph Moody Ralph Moody - Target TRG Lionheart Radio's Simon Nolan speaks to Ralph Moody, the man behind Target Training Associates. In this interview they discuss what it is like leaving the forces (particularly the RAF) and settling back into civilian life, how ex-servicemen can get the qualifications they need in order to have a career after the forces and how to go about it. Included in the interview is all the information needed to contact Target TRG for those interested.
Recorded on November 8, 2011
Interview by
Simon Nolan
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The Lambton Worm book jacket Pete McParlin As someone who grew up in Morpeth and spent a few years working in Alnwick Pete McParlin was delighted to come back to talk to Carl about his new book on Angling, ‘The Lambton Worm’, which features the Coquet, the Wansbeck and other rivers of our County. Pete explains what got him into angling and its enduring attraction.
Recorded on November 4, 2011
Interview by
Carl Stiansen
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Microphone Paul Black, of the Alnwick Cryer The concept of ‘Peel to Save’ originated in the USA and when Paul Black of the Alnwick Cryer spoke to local traders and charities about it, they welcomed the idea. Paul tells Daniel how they hope to hope to raise £25,000 for charities and not for profit organisations in the next 12 months.
Recorded on October 27, 2011
Interview by
Daniel Mumby
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Mircophone Stephanie Butland When Stephanie Butland was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 37, among other emotions was annoyance and she was determined that it would not define her life. She has survived the disease and the treatments and she talks to Daniel on her approach to cancer, about the book she has written ‘How I said Bah to Cancer’, and how she hopes it will help others.
Recorded on October 27, 2011
Interview by
Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Adrian Bell - Denehouse Farm As an Essex boy leaving school at 18 to enter the working world as a banker in the city, Adrian Bell probably didn't imagine the massive life style changes he would make over the next 25 years. Here he shares with Yvonne his experiences, his passion for Pilates and how he enjoys helping others get the best from their chosen sport.
Recorded on October 24, 2011
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - HORROR MONTH: Carrie (1976) Horror Month reaches its climax with Carrie, adapted from Stephen King's debut novel. Richard and Daniel are on hand to tackle the famous pig-blood sequence, and there are reviews of Restless, Judy Moody and the NOT Bummer Summer, Monte Carlo, Contagion, Paranormal Activity 3 and We Need To Talk About Kevin.
Recorded on October 22, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - HORROR MONTH: The Fog (1980) The Movie Hour turns 40 with Horror Month in full swing. Richard and Daniel return to John Carpenter with his chilling ghost story The Fog, and there are reviews of POM Wonderful presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, Real Steel, The Three Musketeers in 3D, Footloose, Dolphin Tale 3D and Sleeping Beauty.
Recorded on October 15, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Vintage tractors Dave Slater - Northumberland Vintage Tractor Rally It's been going on for years. Farmers and vintage enthusiasts from all over the country meeting up to compare their tractors. And this year was no different. Karl Paxton finds out what goes on behind the scenes of this expanding show.
Recorded on October 12, 2011
Interview by
Karl Paxton
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Spurreli Ice-cream Boutique Nick Spurr - Spurreli Boutique Ice-cream With a passion for boats and ice-cream, Nick Spurr seems to have achieved his life goal by opening an ice-cream lounge 'Spurrelis' next to his boat yard in Amble - what a combination! Yvonne finds out what possessed him to start a new business in the middle of a recession.
Recorded on October 10, 2011
Interview by
Yvonne Bell
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - HORROR MONTH: Wake Wood (2011) Horror Month on The Movie Hour kicks off with Wake Wood, the latest offering from the reborn Hammer stable. Richard and Daniel discuss the local releases, and there are reviews of Johnny English Reborn, Midnight in Paris, Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, Perfect Sense, Tyrannosaur and the 3D re-release of The Lion King.
Recorded on October 8, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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St Pauls church Rev. Jane Wood - St Pauls, North Sunderland After seven years at St Pauls, its time for Reverend Jane Wood to move on. Karl Paxton finds out how she takes the move as just part of the challenge of life as a Vicar.
Recorded on October 4, 2011
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Karl Paxton
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Logan's Run Daniel tries to avoid an early death with camp classic Logan's Run, one of Richard's all-time favourite films. Tune in to see if he makes it to 30 ... and for reviews of Abduction, Shark Night 3D, What's Your Number?, The Debt, Red State and Melancholia.
Recorded on October 1, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Paul Daniels Paul Daniels and Debbie McGee After 40 years in the entertainment industry, you'd imagine that Paul Daniels would have got weary of performing, but no such thing. In an interview with Karl Paxton, Paul and the 'lovely Debbie McGee' tell how pleasing audiences large and small still makes them giggle.
Recorded on September 28, 2011
Interview by
Karl Paxton
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Microphone Iain Parke - Crime Writer Crime Fiction writer Iain Parke’s longstanding interest in motorbikes comes out in the under lying theme of his books, but he is a pains to make clear to Simon Nolan that they are about life and people, not a technical manual for stripping down your Suzuki and definitely not for the faint hearted... His latest book, 'Heavy Duty Attitude' is out this Autumn
Recorded on September 27, 2011
Interview by
Simon Nolan
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Sean Wilson with two cheeses Sean Wilson - Saddleworth Cheese Company Best known for his part as Gail's husband in Coronation Street, Sean Wilson has moved on with his life 'after the Soap' and spends most of it making cheese and following his passion for cooking and eating good food. Sean talks to Lewis about what makes him tick, what he loves about Northumberland and why he keeps coming back.
Recorded on September 24, 2011
Interview by
Lewis Denny
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Britannia Hospital (1982) Richard and Daniel conclude their look at Lindsay Anderson's Mick Travis trilogy with the twisted and underrated Britannia Hospital. There are also reviews of Crazy, Stupid, Love, Soul Surfer, Warrior, Killer Elite, Tucker & Dale vs. Evil and Drive.
Recorded on September 24, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - The Magic Christian (1969) Lewis Denny joins Richard and Daniel to discuss The Inbetweeners Movie while they tackle 1960s oddity The Magic Christian. There is a preview of the Berwick Film Festival, and reviews of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Atrocious, The Change-Up, 30 Minutes or Less, I Don't Know How She Does It, You Instead and Tomboy.
Recorded on September 17, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Spetters (1980) Richard and Daniel head off to Holland to scrutinise Spetters, one of Paul Verhoeven's early Dutch-language efforts. They also preview the new Berwick Film Society programme, and provide reviews of Apollo 18, Kill List, 3D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy, Fright Night 3D, Attenberg and The Hedgehog.
Recorded on September 3, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Mac Young - Harbottle Show Chocolate Cake, alpacas, ceildh dancing and wrestling are all the ingredients of a great country show, and Harbottle had it all. Richard spoke with Mac on the morning of the village show.
Recorded on September 2, 2011
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Mike Galloway - former Celtic player Despite having his own career cut tragically short, Mike helps to inspire young local footballers with his own brand of Scottish passion for the game. Here he talks to Richard about the loves of his life.
Recorded on September 2, 2011
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Eraserhead (1977) In heaven, everything is fine... or so it seems. Daniel and Richard delve into the dark and mysterious world of David Lynch's debut Eraserhead. Reviews of Conan the Barbarian 3D, One Day, Final Destination 5, R, Meskada (As Blood Runs Deep) and The Skin I Live In.
Recorded on August 27, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Alnwick Garden 'Calendar Girls' Roving Reporter Richard pops over to the 'Garden' and talks to Alnwick's own 'Miss September' and the creators of Alnwick Gardens' adaptation of a Calendar Girls (and Boys) style Calendar for 2012.
Recorded on August 26, 2011
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone James Boyd Fellow volunteer presenter James Boyd talks to Richard Dale about his 'Oscar Nomination' and what part he plays in encouraging the future stars of the cricket pitch.
Recorded on August 26, 2011
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - O Lucky Man! (1973) Daniel returns from a week in Liverpool and gets to grips with Lindsay Anderson's O Lucky Man!. Richard joins him to look at the new releases, and there are reviews of The Inbetweeners Movie, Cowboys and Aliens, In A Better World, The Guard, Kind Hearts and Coronets and Spy Kids: All The Time in the World in 4D.
Recorded on August 20, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Dani Carbury & Kate Jamieson from The Girlfriend Experience The Girlfriend Experience is a theatre production based on real life recordings from a brothel in Bournemouth and follows the fortunes of four ladies of the night. Throughout the play they battle boredom, their regulars and the occasional demon with lots of warmth and optimism. Tamsin joins in the girly chat.
Recorded on August 19, 2011
Interview by
Tamsin Robson
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Mumby's Best Bits With Daniel taking a well-deserved break, Richard relives some of the highlights of The Movie Hour. Includes recaps of cult films Flash Gordon and If.... and another chance to hear a classic rant.
Recorded on August 13, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Sgt. Atha - RAF Boulmer With the Support of local people and businesses, Sgt Richard Atha and his family raised over £8500 for Help for Heroes by completing a rally across Europe following the path of the Band of Brothers. Stacey Barlow finds out more.
Recorded on August 11, 2011
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Stacey Barlow
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Heartless (2010) Daniel goes looking for Papa B in Philip Ridley's cult horror Heartless. Richard is on hand to tackle the local releases, and together they provide reviews of Super 8, Mr. Popper's Penguins, The Change-Up, The Tree and Sarah's Key.
Recorded on August 6, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - An American Werewolf in London (1981) Beware the moon, lads, beware the moon… The Movie Hour turns 30 in style with John Landis' classic horror-comedy An American Werewolf in London. Richard offers his thoughts on Harry Potter and there are reviews of Zookeeper, The Borrowers (a.k.a. Arrietty), Poetry, Horrid Henry 3D, Captain America: The First Avenger and A Better Life.
Recorded on July 30, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Eric Knowles Eric Knowles Antiques expert Eric Knowles drops by Lionheart Radio to talk about his one-man show, Antique Antics, at the Alnwick Playhouse. He reminisces about his childhood in north-east Lancashire, talks about working with Sandi Toksvig, and examines a mystery object provided by your host.
Recorded on July 28, 2011
Interview by
Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Terri Bearhope - Volunteering Northumberland Just under half the population of the UK already volunteer in some way or another and Terri Bearhope from Volunteering Northumberland tells Tom Davison what's available if you have a bit of time to spare.
Recorded on July 26, 2011
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Tom Davidson
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - The Hitcher (1986) It's a Movie Hour of epic proportions! Tom Davidson stands in for Richard Dale as he and Daniel try to shake off Rutger Hauer in 1980s classic The Hitcher. There are reviews of Cars 2, Beginners, Horrible Bosses, The Violent Kind and The Big Picture.
Recorded on July 23, 2011
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Tom Davidson and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - The Movie Hour Extra In a special one-off podcast extra, Tom and Daniel look at a number of trailers and preview forthcoming attractions. They discuss the merits of Steven Soderbergh's two new films Contagion and Haywire, and also find time for In Time, Super 8, The Dark Knight Rises, The Amazing Spiderman 3D and Drive.
Recorded on July 23, 2011
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Tom Davidson and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Paul Green - The Psychic Biker Forget about the Hairy Biker, here we have the Psychic Biker who, among other interesting things, explains how bringing an 'energy' home with you can cause problems for the family.
Recorded on July 20, 2011
Interview by
Karl Paxton
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - If.... (1968) Revolution is in the air! Richard and Daniel mount the barricades to take on the establishment in Lindsay Anderson's If..... Featuring reviews of Cell 211, Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows: Part II, Bobby Fischer Against The World and Hobo With A Shotgun.
Recorded on July 16, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Laura McKeller & Orla Mullen - Chapterhouse Theatre Co. Taking a break from the stage, Laura and Orla from the Chapterhouse Theatre Co., talk to Gerry G about performing in the open air and what happens when it rains.
Recorded on July 9, 2011
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Gerry G
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Microphone Paul Yeadon - Reserve Team Manager, Alnwick Town FC With an amazing end to last season, Alnwick Town first team are now back in the Northern league and up against some stiff competition. Paul and Richard discuss how well all the Alnwick teams are doing.
Recorded on July 9, 2011
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Cronos (1993) Daniel goes searching for the source of eternal life in Guillermo Del Toro's horror classic Cronos. Richard is on hand to look at the local releases, and there are reviews of The Tree of Life, Super, Film Socialisme, Trust and The Princess of Montpensier.
Recorded on July 9, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Caroline Matthews - Northumberland Foster Carers At any one time there are over 20 children in North East waiting for a new family to support them. Caroline Matthews, from Northumberland Foster Carers, explains to Simon how they are 'just ordinary kids with extraordinary things going on in their lives' and, at the moment there, is a particular need for more foster carers in the Alnwick area.
Recorded on July 5, 2011
Interview by
Simon Nolan
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Microphone Tony Lennox - Treasure Trails, Northumbria Wondering how to entertain the kids this summer? Simon talks to Tony Lennox who devises Treasure hunts around our local towns and tells him how they can occupy the family for hours.
Recorded on July 5, 2011
Interview by
Simon Nolan
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Westworld (1973) Richard and Daniel return from a week's holiday to take on a psychotic, robotic Yul Brynner in Westworld. Daniel summons up an almighty rant on Transformers: Dark of the Moon, and there are other reviews of Larry Crowne, As If I Am Not There, The Conspirator and A Separation.
Recorded on July 2, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone David Swinton - Macmillan Cancer Trust Simon talks to David Swinton from the Macmillan Cancer Trust about their charity coffee morning coming up at the end of September. They also delve into the aims and aspirations of the charity and find out what the people at Macmillan Cancer trust are really about.
Recorded on June 28, 2011
Interview by
Simon Nolan
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - The Thing (1982) Daniel takes another dip into John Carpenter with paranoid classic The Thing. Richard is on hand to tackle the local releases, and there are reviews of Green Lantern 3D, Bad Teacher, The Beaver, Life in a Day, Potiche and The Messenger.
Recorded on June 18, 2011
Show by
Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Chris Cowlin E-Books may not be everyone's cup of tea but Chris Cowlin’s latest Quiz Book on the Royal Wedding was being downloaded by people in Australia within 72 hours of the ceremony. Tamsin Robson finds out more.
Recorded on June 17, 2011
Interview by
Tamsin Robson
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Mircophone Gordon Taylor As Peter Barlow's first ever guest on Awkward Arts, Gordon Taylor gives an insight into his new novel 'Cometh the Man', a book which follows the fortunes of a 'well to do' fictional Northumberland character and his family.
Recorded on June 12, 2011
Interview by
Peter Barlow
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Microphone Stephen Halliburton - Men's Health month June is Men's Health month and GerryG talks to Stephen Halliburton a builder from Blyth whose life was literally saved by a 'jokey t-shirt' in Screwfix
Recorded on June 11, 2011
Interview by
Gerry G
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - The Boys from Brazil (1978) It's a race against time to stop the Fourth Reich as Richard and Daniel go looking for The Boys from Brazil. Plus reviews of Kung Fu Panda 2, Mother's Day, Kaboom and Point Blank.
Recorded on June 11, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Mark Gordon - Network North Mark Gordon of Network North really believes that 'People buy from people' and has built his business on encouraging other business people to get out there and meet face to face. Andrew finds out how it works.
Recorded on June 10, 2011
Interview by
Andrew Charlton
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Savage Grace (2008) Daniel tiptoes around incest and mental illness in Tom Kalin's twisted true story Savage Grace. Richard joins in for reviews of X-Men: First Class, Prom, Last Night, Senna, Screwed and Mammuth, featuring Gerard Depardieu in a leather jumpsuit ...
Recorded on June 4, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Hallowe'en (1978) Daniel and Richard bicker over the ethics of slasher movies while analysing John Carpenter's horror masterpiece Hallowe'en. Featuring reviews of The Hangover Part II, the re-release of Apocalypse Now, Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2: Rodrick Rules, Heartbeats and Le Quattro Volte.
Recorded on May 28, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Trish Finamore - Macmillan Cancer Support Volunteer Tamsin talks to Trish, who explains the wide range of support that Macmillan offer cancer patients and their families and what made her decide to become a volunteer herself.
Recorded on May 27, 2011
Interview by
Tamsin Robson
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Microphone Laura Henderson - property journalist In his first show back after a five-week hiatus, Daniel Mumby interviews property journalist Laura Henderson. She talks about her new book Tricks and Mortar: The Little Book of Property Wisdom and her various attempts at renovation, including an old mill in the South of France.
Recorded on May 26, 2011
Interview by
Daniel Mumby
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Microphone The Hollywood Bees - the Hollies Tribute Band The Hollywood Bees, the Hollies Tribute Band, talk to Simon about their gigs, their new album and the recognition they have had from non other than the the New York press ...
Recorded on May 22, 2011
Interview by
Simon Nolan
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - The Clonus Horror (1979) Richard and Daniel get in training for a trip to 'America' by taking a look at The Clonus Horror. They also pay tribute to Shadowlands and Sherlock Holmes actor Edward Hardwicke, and provide reviews of Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Win Win, Julia's Eyes and Blitz.
Recorded on May 21, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Mircophone Anthony, Keel Row bookshop, North Shields Carl and Anthony discuss the pleasures of the printed word and what makes a book have great value. Did you know that Enid Blyton has sold more books than JK Rowling? One of the many interesting facts they share.
Recorded on May 20, 2011
Interview by
Carl Stiansen
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Angel Heart (1987) In the 20th instalment of The Movie Hour, Daniel goes looking for Johnny Favourite in Alan Parker's Angel Heart. Plus reviews of Attack the Block, Take Me Home Tonight, Red Hill, Holy Rollers and Love Like Poison.
Recorded on May 14, 2011
Show by
Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - The Long Good Friday (1979) After a long election-induced absence, Richard and Dale return for another dose of The Movie Hour. Daniel tackles gritty gangster classic The Long Good Friday, and there are reviews of Hanna, Water for Elephants, Priest 3D, 13 Assassins and Something Borrowed.
Recorded on May 7, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone John Anderson - Blyth Wildlife Rescue Centre With 600 calls for advice and over 320 patients every year, John and his team of volunteers work hard to give refuge to wild animals of the North East in distress
Recorded on May 4, 2011
Interview by
Karl Paxton
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Microphone Daniel Mumby Daniel Mumby drops in on Lewis, Ben and Matthew during their day-long fundraising for Carers Northumberland. They discuss his work on The Movie Hour and Mix and Match with Mumby.
Recorded on April 18, 2011
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Lewis, Ben and Matthew - Lionheart Extravaganza
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985) Paul Young returns for a one-off reunion with his old sparring partner Daniel Mumby. Together they tackle Tina Turner and Mel Gibson's mullet in Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome. Reviews of The Last Picture Show (re-release), Red Riding Hood, Meek's Cutoff, Scream 4, Your Highness, and Winnie the Pooh.
Recorded on April 16, 2011
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Paul Young and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Ali Wrangham - Roseden Hill Charity Ride Daniel Mumby interviews Ali Wrangham about the Roseden Hill Charity Ride taking place at Roseden Farm near Wooler on Saturday April 16th from 10am. The Ride aims to raise around £2000 for the Society for the Welfare of Horses and Ponies.
Recorded on April 14, 2011
Interview by
Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Blue Velvet (1986) Daniel braves the psychotic Frank Booth in David Lynch's twisted masterpiece Blue Velvet. Featuring reviews of The Roommate, Mars Needs Moms! 3D, Rio, Tomorrow When The War Began and The Silent House.
Recorded on April 9, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Quadrophenia (1979) Daniel goes out of his brain on the 5:15 while reviewing Quadrophenia. He and Richard also find time for reviews of Source Code, Sucker Punch, Hop, Killing Bono and Oranges and Sunshine.
Recorded on April 2, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (1981) Richard and Daniel return to post-apocalyptic Australia to tackle the Humungus in Mad Max 2. They also find time for reviews of Limitless, The Eagle, Faster, Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D and County Strong.
Recorded on March 26, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Pink Floyd The Wall (1982) Daniel takes on the psychotic Pink Floyd The Wall from the safety of Burley-in-Wharfedale. Featuring reviews of Fair Game, Hall Pass, The Resident, The Company Men and Battle: Los Angeles.
Recorded on March 12, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Dark Star (1974) Richard and Daniel brave sentient bombs and beachball-shaped aliens in John Carpenter's madcap debut Dark Star. Reviews include Animal Kingdom, The Rite, I Am Number Four and No Strings Attached.
Recorded on February 26, 2011
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Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Micrphone Mel Nicholls & Robin Francis - AONB & Youth Beach Council Carl explores the work of the organisation, AONB, set up in 1958 to protect our beautiful coastline from Amble up to Berwick. With 5 million visitors to our beaches there is a lot to manage ... for further information www.northumberlandcoastaonb.org
Recorded on February 25, 2011
Interview by
Carl Stiansen
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Microphone Tom Pattinson - Tom's Gardening Slot February's interview with Tom, Lionhearts Gardening Guru, where they talk about growing Lemons in the conservatory and some topical gardening tips
Recorded on February 25, 2011
Interview by
Carl Stiansen
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Mad Max (1979) In the first of a new-look Movie Hour, Daniel braves the last of the V8 Interceptors while giving his thoughts on punk western Mad Max. Plus reviews of Paul, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son, and Inside Job.
Recorded on February 19, 2011
Show by
Richard Dale and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Marty Wilde - singer/songwriter Marty and Simon talk about Marty's local gig at Alnwick Playhouse, how he loves coming up to Northumberland, the highs and lows of the music industry and some of the great names that influenced his long career
Recorded on February 16, 2011
Interview by
Simon Brewis
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Microphone Lucy Reeves - 'Muddy Matches' Dating website Lucy Reeves gives some of the reasons behind the setting up of her dating agency muddymatches.co.uk which fills the gap for people living in the countryside and explains how its not always easy meeting partners when you live out of town
Recorded on February 12, 2011
Interview by
Laura Wilkinson
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Deliverance (1972) + Movie Quiz In their last show together, Paul and Daniel finally take on Deliverance with the help of guest Graeme Fowler. There are reviews of Just Go With It, True Grit and Never Let Me Go, and a special one-off movie quiz where Daniel and Graeme compete for a Yorkie...
Recorded on February 12, 2011
Show by
Paul Young and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Toms Slot - Snowdrop Festival at Howick Hall Tom Pattinson visits Howick Hall, a hidden Northumbrian Treasure, interviewing Robert Jamieson, the head Gardener at the Hall, and they discuss among other things the spectacular show of snowdrops
Recorded on February 11, 2011
Interview by
Carl Stiansen
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Get Carter (1971) Paul and Daniel discover it's grim up North in Mike Hodges' gangster classic Get Carter. They also find time for reviews of Brighton Rock, The Fighter, Sanctum, Rabbit Hole and New York, I Love You.
Recorded on February 5, 2011
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Paul Young and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Simon Robertson - Miss Northumberland Competition Organiser Simon Robertson talks to Daniel about the inaugural Miss Northumberland Competition and dispels the myths attached to the Miss World competitions as being slightly tacky and only for size zero girls
Recorded on February 3, 2011
Interview by
Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Withnail & I (1986) Paul and Daniel demand the finest wines in all humanity while exploring cult classic Withnail & I. Reviews include Hereafter, How Do You Know, Tangled and Biutiful.
Recorded on January 29, 2011
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Paul Young and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - The Wicker Man (1973) Paul and Daniel keep their appointment with The Wicker Man and find time to bash Nicolas Cage along the way. Reviews include Black Swan, Neds, The Dilemma and the remake of I Spit On Your Grave.
Recorded on January 22, 2011
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Paul Young and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Jim Timpany - 'Winging it' to Ghana Jim Timpany talks to Laura about his 5000 mile trip from the North East of England to Ghana in West Africa, to raise more funds for The Ghanain Children's Trust during which he is 'not allowed' to pay for any of his transport ... great adventure
Recorded on January 15, 2011
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Laura Wilkinson
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Into The Night (1985) In the first Movie Hour of the new year, Daniel fights off Iranian terrorists in John Landis' Into the Night. Plus reviews of The Green Hornet, Blue Valentine and Conviction.
Recorded on January 15, 2011
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Paul Young and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992) In their last show before the Christmas break, Paul and Daniel kick back and enjoy The Muppet Christmas Carol. Plus reviews of all the big seasonal releases including Tron Legacy.
Recorded on December 18, 2010
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Paul Young and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) Paul and Daniel give themselves over to absolute pleasure to tackle The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Also reviews of Somewhere, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader and The Tourist.
Recorded on December 11, 2010
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Paul Young and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - They Live (1988) After a week's absence due to the snow, Paul and Daniel return for more movie madness. Daniel battles capitalist aliens in John Carpenter's They Live and the pair provide reviews of Monsters, Rare Exports, Megamind and Secretariat.
Recorded on December 4, 2010
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Paul Young and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - The Man Who Fell To Earth (1976) Paul and Daniel dive headlong into sci-fi classic The Man Who Fell To Earth. Also features reviews of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I, Chico and Rita, Uncle Boonmee Who Call Recall His Past Lives and the Powell and Pressburger season at the Side Cinema in Newcastle.
Recorded on November 20, 2010
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Paul Young and Daniel Mumby
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - Flash Gordon (1980) The movie madness continues as Daniel Mumby camps it up with Flash Gordon. With reviews of We Are What We Are, Flipped, Skyline, You Again and My Afternoons with Marguerite.
Recorded on November 13, 2010
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Paul Young and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Paul Eastham, Coast Paul Eastham, founder and lead vocals of Celtic Rock band Coast, chats to our own Paul
Recorded on November 9, 2010
Interview by
Paul Shucksmith
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Movie Hour logo The Movie Hour - The Bed-Sitting Room (1969) Join Paul Young and Daniel Mumby for a new programme covering all things film. Daniel tries to get his head around 1960s oddity The Bed-Sitting Room and there are reviews of Let Me In, Another Year, Due Date and Jackass 3D.
Recorded on November 6, 2010
Show by
Paul Young and Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Zoe & Claire from St. Oswald's Hospice Care Zoe explains the work carried out by St. Oswald's Hospice Care and an event coming up this Winter in Berwick.
Recorded on August 27, 2010
Interview by
Carl Stainsen
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Microphone Events Coordinator, Kate Hunter from Cragside Kate drops by to talk about a new event at Cragside this September, followed by Boydy introducing his new cake design for Food-In-Food.
Recorded on August 27, 2010
Interview by
Suzi Howey
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Microphone MacMillan Cancer Support Michelle Riches & Anneke Cox come in and chat to Carl about the work of MacMillan and the upcoming World's Biggest Coffee Morning.
Recorded on August 13, 2010
Interview by
Carl Stainsen
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Music Festival logo Alnwick Music Festival 2010 Lewis and Becca visit the Music Festival and talk to several of the people involved in the event
Recorded on August 2, 2010
Interview by
Lewis & Becca
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Microphone Georgina Sherrington Daniel Mumby chats over the phone to the star of the Chaperhouse Theatre Company open air production of Beauty and the Beast, Georgina Sherrington
Recorded on July 21, 2010
Interview by
Daniel Mumby
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Microphone These Are Your Friends Tom Wilson talks to the band These Are Your Friends about the history of the band and what plans are in place for their future.
Recorded on July 6, 2010
Interview by
Tom Wilson
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Microphone Del Newman Del Newman talks about his new book 'A touch from God' about the different experiences he has had working with well known singers and performers.
Recorded on June 3, 2010
Interview by
Daniel Mumby
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Microphone Berwick Brunch Listen to the Berwick Broadcasting Corporation in action
Recorded on May 30, 2010
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Mark Pentecost An interview with Mark Pentecost, Berwick Broadcasting Corporation, Maltings Theatre, Berwick
Recorded on May 30, 2010
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Miles Gregory An interview with Miles Gregory, Berwick Broadcasting Corporation, Maltings Theatre, Berwick
Recorded on May 30, 2010
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Tom Johnson Carl Stainsen chats to Tom Johnson from the Glendale Gateway Trust about the success of the forward thinking organisation.
Recorded on May 21, 2010
Interview by
Carl Stainsen
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Microphone Andy Hayes Daniel Mumby talking to Andy Hayes
Recorded on April 22, 2010
Interview by
Daniel Mumby
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Mike Pearson Mike Pearson Daniel Mumby talking to Michael Pearson about his acting career
Recorded on April 15, 2010
Interview by
Daniel Mumby
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Alnwick Spring Show logo Dave Parker (Alnwick Spring Show) An interview with Dave Parker talking about the Alnwick Spring Show for 2010
Recorded on April 5, 2010
Interview by
Bill Grisdale
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Microphone Pete Wilkinson Listen to Carl talking to Business Coach Pete Wilkinson
Recorded on February 26, 2010
Interview by
Carl Stiansen
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Microphone Darren Currah (Cage Fighting) An interview with Darren Currah talking about the Cage Fighting event
Recorded on October 24, 2009
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Linda Waite (Berwick Bandits) An interview with Linda Waite talking about the Berwick Bandits
Recorded on October 24, 2009
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Ed Ford (Longhoughton Village Hall) An interview with Ed Ford about the Longhoughton Village Hall
Recorded on October 19, 2009
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone John Taylor (Longhoughton Village Hall) An interview with John Taylor about the Longhoughton Village Hall
Recorded on October 19, 2009
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Microphone Philip Grey (Castles Challenge) An interview with Philip Grey talking about the Castles Challenge triathlon
Recorded on August 17, 2009
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Garry Roberts Garry Roberts An interview with The Boomtown Rats guitarist Garry Roberts about his reformed band, now known as "The Rats"...
Recorded on January 8, 2009
Interview by
Simon Jobson
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Runrig Runrig Carl managed to speak to Runrig on the afternoon before their gig at Newcastle
Recorded on November 21, 2008
Interview by
Carl Stiansen
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Gary Morcombe Gary Morecambe Hayden talks to the son of the great Eric Morecambe about his book "Dancing with Angels"
Recorded on October 30, 2008
Interview by
Hayden Parker
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Microphone Jeff Livingstone - HMRC Simon talks to Jeff Livingstone from HMRC about Self Assesment deadline & National Minimum wage
Recorded on October 29, 2008
Interview by
Simon Jobson
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Vince Powel Vince Powell Hayden talks to Vince about his new book
Recorded on October 28, 2008
Interview by
Hayden Parker
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Alan Beith Alan Beith Debate Alan Beith's parlimentary debate about the recent floods, plus an interview with the EA!
Recorded on October 25, 2008
Interview by
Richard Dale
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Chumbawamba Chumbawamba The guys and girls from Chumbawamba pop in for a chat and play a couple of their songs!
Recorded on October 17, 2008
Interview by
Carl Stiansen
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The Cheapsuits The Cheapsuits Neil & Danny from The Cheapsuits with manager Gary Thompson.
Recorded on October 9, 2008
Interview by
Simon Jobson
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Morpeth Floods Morpeth Floods Carrie and Celia talk about their experience in the Morpeth Floods
Recorded on September 6, 2008
Interview by
Carl Stiansen
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Morpeth Floods Evening Kestrel This weeks show with Simon & Steven covered the Morpeth Floods - with reports from Carl Stiansan.
Recorded on September 6, 2008
Show by
Simon, Steve & Carl
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Mitzi Szereto Mitzi Szereto Mitzi's new book is about to come out and she took time out to talk to Hayden Parker
Recorded on September 5, 2008
Interview by
Hayden Parker
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Tina May Tina May Tina will be playing at the Alnwick Playhouse on September 13th and talks to Lionheart Radio!
Recorded on September 5, 2008
Interview by
Hayden Parker
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Georgia Overton Stobart Bootcamp Georgia Overton Georgia has got through to the final of "Stobbart Factor" and shes come to tell us all about it!
Recorded on August 14, 2008
Interview by
Simon Jobson
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The Carletons The Carletons We caught up with up-and-coming band The Carletons... www.myspace.com/thecarletons.
Recorded on August 9, 2008
Interview by
Paul Shucksmith
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Karen Harding Karen Harding sings Mercy... Karen Harding sings her version of Duffy's "Mercy"
Recorded on August 7, 2008
Written by
Amy Duffy
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Music Means Life logo Karen Harding & Gary Thompson Music Means Life winner Karen Harding & her manager Gary Thompson talk about Karens success!
Recorded on August 7, 2008
Interview by
Simon Jobson
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Nicholas Parsons Nicholas Parsons English actor and radio presenter talks to us about his performance at the Alnwick Playhouse.
Recorded on May 1, 2008
Interview by
George Millar
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Anthony Hutton Anthony Hutton Big Brother 2005 winner talks about "Music Means Life"
Recorded on April 14, 2008
Interview by
Simon Jobson
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Music Means Life logo Gary Thompson The man behind "Music Means Life"
Recorded on April 14, 2008
Interview by
Simon Jobson
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Georgia Overton Georgia Overton One of the semi-finalists of "Music Means Life" from Acklington.
Recorded on April 14, 2008
Interview by
Simon Jobson
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Liam McGough Liam McGough Big Brother 2007 finalist talks about "Music Means Life"
Recorded on April 14, 2008
Interview by
Simon Jobson
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Maddy Stuckey Maddy Stuckey One of the semi-finalists of "Music Means Life" from Warkworth.
Recorded on April 14, 2008
Interview by
Simon Jobson
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Tom May Tom May Newcastle Falcons rugby star talks about "Music Means Life"
Recorded on April 14, 2008
Interview by
Simon Jobson
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Zoe Burkett Zoe Burkett Pop Idol finalist talks to us about "Music Means Life"
Recorded on April 14, 2008
Interview by
Simon Jobson
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John Stevens John Stevens (Town Cryer) A feature about Alnwick's Town Cryer
Recorded on March 14, 2008
Interview by
Carl Stiansen
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Sir Patrick Moore Sir Patrick Moore Our very own Carl Stiansen got the chance to interview Patrick at his Selsey home in early 2008
Recorded on February 14, 2008
Interview by
Carl Stiansen
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Denise Robertson Denise Robertson (Bubble Foundation) At 2007's Food Festival talking about the Bubble Foundation
Recorded on September 22, 2007
Interview by
Simon Jobson
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