60:00 minutes (34.34 MB)
Peter Beck presents:
Music from Next Big Thing Semi Final 1 bands.
Kate Roma talks to Peter about the semi finals of the NBT 2010
Russell J Turner reviews the Pillowman recently on at Norwich Playhouse
Bev Bishop from Creative Arts East talks to Peter about forthcoming projects.
60:00 minutes (24.04 MB)
Tony Cleary talks to singer Florence Lippett
Russel J Turner reports from the tour of 'Crucible' performed by Black Ram Theatre Company
Leila Lahfa talks to band Genticorum at Norwich Arts Centre
Will Wilson talks to Congolese Gospel Choir Opendu
Richard Penguin reports from the Magdalen Street Festival
59:26 minutes (23.81 MB)
On todays show
Jan and Mike report from the launch of Black History Month
Kate reports from a new exhibition at the SCVA - Surreal Friends
Jezz Wright tells us about a new animation - Jack and Holly.
Martin Figura and Helen Ivory - The Poetry Lab news and poems on revenge !
Leila interviews post rock American Band This Will Destroy You
58:47 minutes (23.55 MB)Report from Tony Cleary from the last exibition at the King of Hearts Norwich Singer Chad Mason in the studio performing songs. Jim from Spooky Kid Productions talking about his comedy / theatre productions. Jo Sessions from cut out and keep theatre company talking about a forthcoming production.
58:01 minutes (23.24 MB)Will Wilson presents... Kit and Lora from The Ferries come in to play a few tracks and talk about the upcoming Broken Piano Show at the Norwich Arts Centre. Tony Cleary talks to Tony Britten about the success of the Holt Festival. Steve Copley of Coban Guitars comes in the studio to talk to us and offers up a guitar for competition. And finally, we hear from local chap, Ian Hudson about one of his favourite records, Deja Vu by Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young.
59:14 minutes (23.73 MB)
With Kate Roma Today are:
Amy Wragg with members from the Norwich Ukulele Society.
Leila Lafha heads down to the Edith Cavell pub to talk to Alex Holland about the new monthly comedy evening event.
Sphie Cabot from Heart talks about upcoming heritage opening days
and two graduates from the Norwich Universty College of the Arts, Lorne Johnson and Emma Armitage have been selected by Norwich 20 group to exhibate in upcoming events will be in for a chat.