This was my last show for a while as I am heading off to New Zealand to travel.
Maverick Sabre- No One
The Maccabees- Pelican
Mull Historical Society- City Lights
The Futureheads- Heatbeat Song
Black Lips- New Direction
The Vaccines- Wetsuit
Plan B- She Said
Ellie Goulding- The Writer
Frank Turner- The Road
The Ting Tings- Hang It Up
Arctic Monkeys- I bet you look good on the dance floor
Jack Johnson- Breakdown
Bombay Bicycle Club- Leave It
The clues to this weeks guess the lyric were:
The song is from the album ‘Final Straw’, the band headlined at V festival when Oasis pulled out and Leona Lewis has covered this song.
The answer was: Snow Patrol- Run
In this weeks ‘You heard it here second’ I looked at Scott Ross’ show Bygones. On his show he had local author Frances Clamp in to discuss the history of the Brentwood Ursuline School. The school is an all girls school, founded in the 1900’s, which used to be run by nuns. So I thought that The Eurythmics and Aretha Franklin- Sisters are doing it for themselves, would be a good song to end this feature.
As it is my last show, I chose S Club 7, Say Goodbye as this weeks cheesy song.
Keep listening to Phoenix FM, I off to the other side of the world, bye!
This week I played the new single by the Arctic Monkeys. Its called Black Treacle and is to be released on the 23rd January and is taken from last years album, ‘Suck it and see’.
Other songs this week included:
– Noah and the Whale- Give it all back.
– Amy Whinehouse- Our day will come.
– Lianne La Havas- Forget
– Oasis- The shock of the lightning.
– Hives- Walk idiot walk
– Avril Lavigne- Sk8r boi
– Dog is Dead- Motel
– Frank Turner- The real damage
– Mumford and Sons- The cave
– Tribes- We were children
The answer to the guess the lyric is: Ellie Goulding- Starry Eyed
This weeks cheesy song was: Hanson- Mmmbop
‘You heard it hear second’ was courtesy of Scott Ross this week with his show Phoenix Overdrive. I played Pixie Lott- Kiss the Stars for his playlist.
The first show of the New Year was a fantastic one (if I may say so myself!). I played you some songs from the albums that I got at Christmas, Ed Sheeran- +, Adele- 21 and Ben Howard- Every Kingdom.
Tracks played included:
Train- Save Me San Francisco
Franz Ferdinand- Darts of Pleasure
Adele- I’ll be Waiting
Elbow- Forgot Myself
Band of Skulls- Patterns
Cast- See That Girl
Amy Winehouse- Our Day Will Come
The Subways- Oh Yeah
Ben Howard- Old Pine
Florence and the Machine- No Light, No Light
Ed Sheeran- Drunk
Paloma Faith- Smoke and Mirrors
Nirvana- In Bloom
I awarded One Direction the great accolade of the most cheesy song of 2011.
In ‘you heard it hear second’ we looked back at the New Years Eve Club Culture special. I played Rhianna ft Calvin Harris- We Found Love. This is one of the best dance songs of the year.
The answer to the guess the lyric was The Kooks- Naive (again! I love that song).
As it was the week before Christmas, Forever Sunday went all Christmassy, with excessive use of the Phoenix FM Christmas jingles and beds! We played Christmas tunes such as:
Mariah Carey- All I Want For Christmas Is You
The Wombats- Is This Christmas?
Elton John- Step into Christmas
Other songs played this week:
Emeli Sande- Daddy
2:54- Cold Front
Tribes- We Were Children
Natasha Beddingfield- These Words
Noah and the Whale- Give it all Back
Black Lips- New Direction
Jet- She’s a Genius
Bloc Party- Hunting for Witches
Answer to Guess the Lyric- The Waitresses- Christmas Wrapping
In this weeks ‘You Heard it Here Second’ we looked at Elliott Smith’s Saturday evening show, The Late Night Lock In. Elliott is into similar music as me, so it was easy to find a song I liked from his playlist. I went for Olly Murs- In Case You Didn’t Know.
Have a very happy Christmas, look forward to you listening to my show in the New Year.
I returned this week after feeling very ill last week and making my brother fill in last minute.
Some of the songs I played were:
– Band of Skulls- Patterns
– Kings of Leon- Molly’s Chambers
– Ida Maria- I like you so much better when you’re naked
– Rolling Stones- The last time
– British Sea Power- Please stand up.
– Keane- Sprialling
– Olly Murs- In case you didn’t know
– The Vaccines- Wetsuit
– The Head and the Heart- Lost in my mind
– Doves- Black and white town.
– Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds- If I had a gun.
– The Wombats- Is this Christmas?
My Cheesy song was- Britney Spears- I love rock ‘n’ roll
The answer to my guess the lyric was Gabriella Cilmi- Warm this winter.
My ‘you heard it hear second’ song was Bees- Chicken Payback. Which I lazily took from my show on Saturday, when I covered Nikki Mills’ show In the Mix.
See you next week for some Christmas Fun.
Tonight as my lovely sister wasn’t feeling well – I covered Forever Sunday – my playlist was as follows:
Arctic Monkies – When The Sun Goes Down
Mika – Grace Kelly
Daniel Merriweather – Red
My Life Story – 12 Reasons Why I Love Her
Hot Chip – Over and Over
Ed Sheeran – Lego House
Grouplove – Lovely Cup
Ellie Goulding – Home
Snow Patrol – Chasing Cars
Counting Crows – Mr. Jones
Get Cape, Wear Cape. Fly – An Oak Tree
Florerce & The Machine – Only If For A Night
Paulo Nutini – New Shoes
The Vaccines – Wreckin’ Bar (Ra Ra Ra)
Kate Bush – Wild Man
Yuck – Soothe Me
Lily Allen – Alfie
Franz Ferdinand – Take Me Out
Maximo Park – Questing Not Coasting
Wombats – Moving To New York
Blood Orange – Dinner
Alanis Morissette – Ironic
Amy Winehouse – Back To Black
Big Pink – Dominos
Busted – What I Go To School For
Buffalo Tom – Taillights Fade
Coldplay – Paradise
Noah and the Whale – Shape of My Heart
Dido – Thank You
Kaiser Chiefs – Oh My God
Johnny – My Darling
Thank you for all the listeners!
The top tunes played this week were:
Franz Ferdinand- Do you want to?
Dog is Dead- Motel
Arctic Monkeys- Teddy Picker
Hoosiers- Worried about Ray
Drums- Me and the Moon
Bloc Party- Banquet
Eliza Doolittle- Rollerblades
Two Door Cinema Club- Undercover Martyn
2:54- Cold Front
This weeks cheesy song was Love Shack by the B’52’s.
We looked back at Michelle Ward’s interview with X Factor contestants 2 shoes and played K-Ci & Jo Jo- All my life. This was 2 shoes’ first audition song.
The answer to this weeks guess the lyric was Mika- Grace Kelly. Well done to the person who text in getting the right answer, unfortunately you didn’t provide us with your name!
This week I played the new Arctic Monkeys song, called Evil Twin. It is the B side to Suck it and See and, unlike Suck it and See, it is not on their current album. I also played new music from Yuck- Soothe me and Bruno Mars- It will rain.
Other songs played:
- Ceasers- Jerk it out
- Amy MacDonald- L.A.
- Benjamin Francis Leftwich- Shine
- Get Cape, Wear Cape, Fly- War of the Worlds
- Red Hot Chilli Peppers- The Zephyr Song
- Frank Turner- The Road
- Snow Patrol- This Isn’t Everything You Are.
The Cheesy Song this week was Car Wash by Christina Aguilera and Missy Elliott, from the movie Shark Tale. It reached number 4 in November 2004. The song was originally released by Rose Royce in 1976.
This week’s guess the lyric was curtsey of Coldplay, with Viva la Vida.
And I played White Denim- Drug, from Alex Fletchers show, in the feature ‘you heard it here second’.
Make sure you tune in, same time, next Sunday
Tonight I played a few oldies including Bon Jovi, You give love a bad name, and Iris by the Goo Goo Dolls. Iris, by the Goo Goo Dolls is back in this weeks chart, at number 36, I have no idea why though!
I also played you:
– Muse- Uprising
– Mark Ronson- God put a smile upon your face
– Chris Cornell- You know my name (James Bond theme tune)
– Guillemots- Annie lets not wait.
– Kaiser Chiefs- Modern Way.
– Pixie Lott- What do you take me for?
– Stereophonics- Traffic
– Lily Allen- Alfie
The answer to the guess the lyric for this week was Eliza Doolittle, Skinny Genes.
We headed back to the 80’s for the cheesy song, I played Gold by Spandau Ballet.
I took a look at ‘Saturday Night Rock’ in my feature ‘You heard it here second’ and I chose The Coral, Dreaming of you from Luke Cousins playlist.
Tune in, same time, next week. 8-10pm Sunday.
This week on Forever Sunday we took a look at what went on at the Lactic Fallout, at the Secret Nuclear Bunker. I spoke to some of the runners and spectators at the event, as well as Tracey, the organiser. You can listen again to the interviews and see the photos by clicking on ‘The Lactic Fallout’ on the home page.
The correct answer to my guess the lyric was Jack Johnson- Banana Pancakes.
My cheesy song this week was ‘Up’ by the Saturdays.
I also took a look at Stephen’s show, ‘The way it used to be’, which is on Phoenix FM from 10pm- 12 on Wednesdays. Stephen plays a range of 80’s music and I chose Tiffany, I think were alone now, from his playlist.
Other songs I played on my show included:
– Arctic Monkeys, When the sun goes down.
– Razorlight, Up all night.
– Mumford and Sons, Thistle and Weeds.
– Florence and the Machine, Shake it out.
– Train, Drops of Jupiter.
– James Morrison- I won’t let you go
– Fleet Foxes- Helplessness Blues
– Travis- Sing
Early Sunday morning over 100 runners took part in the Lactic Fallout, a wet and muddy 7 mile cross country run and obstacle course across farmland near the Secret Nuclear Bunker in Kelvedon Hatch. The event was a great success and most people finished the gruelling race smiling! Phoenix FM’s Helen and Stephen headed to the event to hear from the organiser and supporters and to find out why the runners decided to take part in such a crazy event. You can hear about all the action at the race by clicking below:
The race included several obstacles including a water slide, wading through a smelly pond, a hay stack and trenches approximately 6 feet deep. Photos of the race including runners tackling some of the obstacles can be seen below:
The race was in aid of St Clare’s Hospice and part of the entrance fee will be going to the hospice. The race was organised by Tracey Alexandrou and she has organised other similar obstacle races. The other similar races are being held next year in May, these are, the Lactic Rush, an 8 mile obstacle race and the Mini Rush, the children’s race.
From 8 till 10pm on Sunday my new show was on air- ‘Forever Sunday’. In my show I like to have a few features for my listeners to get involved with. The details of this weeks features are below.
The answer to this weeks ‘guess the lyric’ was Blink 182 – What’s my age again. Well done to Nick who was first with the right answer.
My cheesy song this week was Gogol Bordello- Start wearing purple.
In this weeks ‘You heard it here second’ we looked back at Patrick Sherrings Friday night show- Late Night Extra, where he played lots of laid back songs. I picked Eva Cassidy, Songbird to play from Patrick’s playlist.
A selection of other songs I played:
-The Vaccines- All in white
– Embrace- Natures law
– Scouting for girls- Elvis ain’t dead
– Ellie Goulding- Under the sheets
– Florence and the machine- Shake it out
– Kasabian- Days are forgotton
– Hot chip- Over and over
– British Sea Power Waving flags