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26th February 2011 – A joined up show!

Mark Reed joined us live from Brentwood Theatre to talk about the seed swap taking place this morning to raise funds to help regenerate the sensory garden in King George’s Park. Mark also spoke about Brentwood Fairtrade Group, who were also at the theatre ahead of the launch on Monday of Fairtrade Fortnight. Martin Burgess from the Brentwood Group will be joining me on the Feelgood Saturday next week to tell us more about their campaign to turn Brentwood into a Fairtrade town, which we at Phoenix FM are pleased to support.

My clue to the Stuck in a moment quiz was that  the band was named after a phrase from a series of vampire novels.*

My cryptic Where am I? clue to a location somewhere in our area was “Did Queen Victoria’s grandson spend his leisure time here?”, with the hint that this place featured in something else we’d been talking about.*

Track listing:

Billie Ray Martin – Your Loving Arms
Manic Street Preachers – Your Love Alone Is Not Enough
Bob Geldof – Silly Pretty Thing
Frank Sinatra – New York New York
Small Faces – Itchycoo Park
Brandon Flowers – Jilted Lovers And Broken Hearts
James Brown – I Feel Good
Simon Webbe – Lay your hands
Black Eyed Peas – Just Can’t Get Enough
Amoriste – Saturday am
Scissor Sisters – Comfortably Numb
Verve – Bittersweet Symphony
Chris Brown – Yeah 3x
KT Tunstall – Black Horse and the Cherry Tree
Rumer – Am I Forgiven
Madonna – American Life
Adele – Rolling In The Deep
Hurts – Sunday
Pet Shop Boys & Dusty Springfield – What have I done to deserve this?

* The answer to Stuck in a moment was To the moon and back by Savage Garden, who were named after a phrase from a series of novels called the Vampire Chronicles – “The mind of each man is a savage garden.” Where am I? was the King George’s playing fields, named in memory of George V – whose sensory garden the seed swap was in aid of.

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26th February 2011 – A joined up show!

Mark Reed joined us live from Brentwood Theatre to talk about the seed swap taking place this morning to raise funds to help regenerate the sensory garden in King George’s Park. Mark also spoke about Brentwood Fairtrade Group, who were also at the theatre ahead of the launch on Monday of Fairtrade Fortnight. Martin Burgess from the Brentwood Group will be joining me on the Feelgood Saturday next week to tell us more about their campaign to turn Brentwood into a Fairtrade town, which we at Phoenix FM are pleased to support.

My clue to the Stuck in a moment quiz was that  the band was named after a phrase from a series of vampire novels.*

My cryptic Where am I? clue to a location somewhere in our area was “Did Queen Victoria’s grandson spend his leisure time here?”, with the hint that this place featured in something else we’d been talking about.*

Track listing:

Billie Ray Martin – Your Loving Arms
Manic Street Preachers – Your Love Alone Is Not Enough
Bob Geldof – Silly Pretty Thing
Frank Sinatra – New York New York
Small Faces – Itchycoo Park
Brandon Flowers – Jilted Lovers And Broken Hearts
James Brown – I Feel Good
Simon Webbe – Lay your hands
Black Eyed Peas – Just Can’t Get Enough
Amoriste – Saturday am
Scissor Sisters – Comfortably Numb
Verve – Bittersweet Symphony
Chris Brown – Yeah 3x
KT Tunstall – Black Horse and the Cherry Tree
Rumer – Am I Forgiven
Madonna – American Life
Adele – Rolling In The Deep
Hurts – Sunday
Pet Shop Boys & Dusty Springfield – What have I done to deserve this?

* The answer to Stuck in a moment was To the moon and back by Savage Garden, who were named after a phrase from a series of novels called the Vampire Chronicles – “The mind of each man is a savage garden.” Where am I? was the King George’s playing fields, named in memory of George V – whose sensory garden the seed swap was in aid of.

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26th February 2011 – A joined up show!

Mark Reed joined us live from Brentwood Theatre to talk about the seed swap taking place this morning to raise funds to help regenerate the sensory garden in King George’s Park. Mark also spoke about Brentwood Fairtrade Group, who were also at the theatre ahead of the launch on Monday of Fairtrade Fortnight. Martin Burgess from the Brentwood Group will be joining me on the Feelgood Saturday next week to tell us more about their campaign to turn Brentwood into a Fairtrade town, which we at Phoenix FM are pleased to support.

My clue to the Stuck in a moment quiz was that  the band was named after a phrase from a series of vampire novels.*

My cryptic Where am I? clue to a location somewhere in our area was “Did Queen Victoria’s grandson spend his leisure time here?”, with the hint that this place featured in something else we’d been talking about.*

Track listing:

Billie Ray Martin – Your Loving Arms
Manic Street Preachers – Your Love Alone Is Not Enough
Bob Geldof – Silly Pretty Thing
Frank Sinatra – New York New York
Small Faces – Itchycoo Park
Brandon Flowers – Jilted Lovers And Broken Hearts
James Brown – I Feel Good
Simon Webbe – Lay your hands
Black Eyed Peas – Just Can’t Get Enough
Amoriste – Saturday am
Scissor Sisters – Comfortably Numb
Verve – Bittersweet Symphony
Chris Brown – Yeah 3x
KT Tunstall – Black Horse and the Cherry Tree
Rumer – Am I Forgiven
Madonna – American Life
Adele – Rolling In The Deep
Hurts – Sunday
Pet Shop Boys & Dusty Springfield – What have I done to deserve this?

* The answer to Stuck in a moment was To the moon and back by Savage Garden, who were named after a phrase from a series of novels called the Vampire Chronicles – “The mind of each man is a savage garden.” Where am I? was the King George’s playing fields, named in memory of George V – whose sensory garden the seed swap was in aid of.

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26th February 2011 – A joined up show!

Mark Reed joined us live from Brentwood Theatre to talk about the seed swap taking place this morning to raise funds to help regenerate the sensory garden in King George’s Park. Mark also spoke about Brentwood Fairtrade Group, who were also at the theatre ahead of the launch on Monday of Fairtrade Fortnight. Martin Burgess from the Brentwood Group will be joining me on the Feelgood Saturday next week to tell us more about their campaign to turn Brentwood into a Fairtrade town, which we at Phoenix FM are pleased to support.

My clue to the Stuck in a moment quiz was that  the band was named after a phrase from a series of vampire novels.*

My cryptic Where am I? clue to a location somewhere in our area was “Did Queen Victoria’s grandson spend his leisure time here?”, with the hint that this place featured in something else we’d been talking about.*

Track listing:

Billie Ray Martin – Your Loving Arms
Manic Street Preachers – Your Love Alone Is Not Enough
Bob Geldof – Silly Pretty Thing
Frank Sinatra – New York New York
Small Faces – Itchycoo Park
Brandon Flowers – Jilted Lovers And Broken Hearts
James Brown – I Feel Good
Simon Webbe – Lay your hands
Black Eyed Peas – Just Can’t Get Enough
Amoriste – Saturday am
Scissor Sisters – Comfortably Numb
Verve – Bittersweet Symphony
Chris Brown – Yeah 3x
KT Tunstall – Black Horse and the Cherry Tree
Rumer – Am I Forgiven
Madonna – American Life
Adele – Rolling In The Deep
Hurts – Sunday
Pet Shop Boys & Dusty Springfield – What have I done to deserve this?

* The answer to Stuck in a moment was To the moon and back by Savage Garden, who were named after a phrase from a series of novels called the Vampire Chronicles – “The mind of each man is a savage garden.” Where am I? was the King George’s playing fields, named in memory of George V – whose sensory garden the seed swap was in aid of.

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