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On tonight’s pre recorded show.. Not so many interviews this evening, given the mass cancellation of events, but we are able to speak with: Stephen Belinfante(Cheltenham Philharmonic Orchestra) about the Orchestra’s 125th Anniversary season, and the effect of the Coronavirus outbreak. Kenneth Woods(English Symphony Orchestra) reflects similarly, and we come up with a plan(!!!) And […]

So, what can we look forward to on tonight’s recorded edition of “In The Cooler”? A mini tribute to the famous Chipping Norton Studios.. Eric Reddet introduces us to the joys of the music of Jacques Brel. Paul Curran has a topical poem in Poetry Corner A tribute to the late Roy Hudd.. And Ian […]

On tonight’s show.. Richard Ryan(US singer) Roman Stefanski…director “Sarah & Duck” Thomas Gould (Violinist) Amy Birks(Singer) Paul D Curran – in Poetry Corner. and…… Basil Brush!! Boom Boom!! and new music from Julie July…and others!! Upcoming Events and Interviews: Roman Stefanski :Sarah and Duck at Chipping Norton 17/18 March 2020 Fran Wilson-Cross Eyed Pianist Nicholas […]

On this week’s “In the Cooler”.. A welcome return for BRIMSTONE—LIVE in the studio! Mike Beeston … Sarah Edwards…. Keith Finlay… Clare Charlton Influenced by celtic music from around the UK and beyond, the end result from Brimstone is a wonderful combination of different styles, genres, trad and contemporary, creating a beautiful sound which makes […]

On tonight’s show.. Rhian & Kevin will tell us all about the Chipping Campden Food Bank… Vicky Bennett provides details about the forthcoming Campden Literature Festival. The Cheltenham Festival (10-13th March) provides an opportunity to listen again to a 1995 double champion trainer speaking about his life..(Kim Bailey) A topical poem from Gillian Byrom-Smith…. Not […]

On Friday’s show… In conversation with Jeremy Houghton(artist)during his exhibition at Trinity House Modern,Broadway on 13th February.. A visit to the Open Day at Mill House Care Home,Chipping Campden where we met Billy Payne (DoE Award participant), Louis Voss(Co-ordinator), Barry Juckes (entertainer), Wendy Glead (Anna Chaplaincy, Tom Tims(Head Chef) and Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown,MP for the […]

Tonight’s guests in the studio: Lord Faulkner of Worcester, with special reference to his role as Vice Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Industrial Heritage. John Ellis-with news of the North Cotswold Line Task Force. Glyn Cornish- of the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway.. L-R: Lord Faulkner,John Ellis,Glyn Cornish So you won’t be surprised […]

All being well, tonight’s “In the Cooler” will include… Sue Townsend’s “Bazaar and Rummage” is being presented by BAD Company (Blockley Amateur Dramatic Company) in St George’s Hall, Blockley, from Thursday to Saturday, February 20th – 22nd.  Evening performances are at 7.30pm, with a matinee on Saturday at 2.30pm. So, expect some BAD Company in […]

On this week’s programme: Lessons in etiquette with William Hanson An appreciation for the Orchestra off The Age of Enlightenment(with violist Max Mandel An update on living without plastic from Sean Dudden Anne Docherty raises a laugh at work.. And new music from: • RnB / Hip Hop artist Kaci Brookz ,London Steppin’ • Emiko,Los […]

On this week’s show.. In the studio…Greg Brice will be giving us a couple of LIVE sets… Greg (from Shipston-on-Stour -is an unsigned acoustic blues musician originating from Gloucestershire. With influences ranging from early jazz players and more modern blues musicians, Greg has developed a unique style of writing and has put his own mark […]


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