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On this week’s Feelgood Saturday I met the ridiculously talented guys from BOSSY – a Brentwood based youth theatre group, who crossed the barricade to talk about their latest production – Les Miserables. And they were anything but miserable – treating us to some tantalising sneak peeks of what the show has in store. The guys range in age from 14 to 18 and have talent to spare!BOSSY selfie(l-r: Billie, Jake, Tia, Sam, Jamie, me and Rosie). You can follow them on twitter to see what else they get up to (@BOSSYtheatre) and to buy tickets to the show just click here. It’s on at the Brentwood Theatre from Tuesday 21st to Saturday 26th November.

Listen back to that chat below and here’s an awesome picture of the guys in character too!

BOSSY at the barricade

Elsewhere on the show, we had a tricky Headliner this week, caught up on the entertainment news and learnt a bit about the Viennese Waltz in my strictly segment. Listen back to the whole thing here:

Some listeners also took advantage of the new, longer twitter character limit to bombard me with requests. Full track listing is below:

  • We don’t have to take our clothes off by Jermaine Stewart
  • Danger (High voltage!) by Electric Six
  • How will I know? by Whitney Houston
  • Headliner 1-5
  • Africa by Toto
  • Golden slumbers by The Beatles
  • Black magic by Little Mix
  • Adventure of a lifetime by Coldplay
  • Stars by Collabro
  • You know I’m no good by Amy Winehouse
  • Angels by Robbie Williams
  • Happy people by R Kelly
  • Up the junction by Squeeze
  • You don’t have to say you love me by Dusty Springfield
  • There she goes by The La’s

Remember you can follow me on twitter @naomisayers or instagram @naomizzle

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About Naomi Sayers

A recent immigrant to Essex, I was born and raised in West Sussex. I got into radio at university, where in my final year I presented three shows a week on the student station. After graduating I worked as a broadcast journalist in Scotland but then moved back to London to the call of a corporate career and couldn't find a radio station that would have me! That all changed when I moved to Billericay in March 2017. I took over presenting Feelgood Saturday a couple of months later and I haven't looked back since. I try and make it 120 minutes of positivity each week – it certainly cheers me up on a Saturday morning anyway!