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Spook up your Hallowed Eve…..

We are getting ramped up with events now, such as Divali, Halloween and Bonfire night, so hallowed be this weekend as we expect spooky going’s on; well just look at my hair cut – So as we expect the nuisance of  trick or treat’ers to delight our door steps. We had a delightfully spooky story about a place called Gentleshaw, a horror tale told by Spencer Cork; listen again at this spooky tale – Gentleshaw Mix

Happy All Hallow's Eve

Twofer was a two track salute to poor old Steve Tyler from Aerosmith, who had fallen over again, this time not on stage – so we Played ‘Dude looks like a lady’ and ‘Love in an Elevator’.

My Comedy show picks for this week……

Alan Carr, at The O2 — “Spexy Beast”- 5th – 6th Nov 2011 •

Alan Carr is back on stage with a brand new show — “Spexy Beast”. After a few years rubbing shoulders with A-list celebrities on his very own chat show, Alan is returning to his stand-up roots in his first major comedy tour for four years.

Paul Merton and Josie Lawrence — Comedy Store  – 6th Nov 2011 •

TV’s Paul Merton will be joining Josie Lawrence at the Comedy Store Players for a night of comedy improvisation. Other comedians on the bill include Lee Simpson, Richard Vranch, Andy Smart and Neil Mullarkey.

An Evening with Rob Brydon – 7th Nov 2011 •  Lyric Theatre

Rob Brydon is touring the UK to promote his memoir “Small Man in a Book”. The star of “Marion and Geoff”, “The Keith Barret Show” and “Annually Retentive” will be delving into his past.

Live music pick for this week;

Mon 31 Oct

PJ Harvey – Royal Albert Hall

Singer-songwriter from Dorset is adored on both sides of the Atlantic for her musical artistry and dirty romantic nihilism.

Tue 01 Nov

One Night Only – XOYO, Old Street

An exciting new five-piece indie band, which have been blending intricate guitars with synths, keyboards and melodic vocals across north Yorkshire.

Thu 03 Nov

Terrorvision – The Garage, Highbury

Energetic indie band from Yorkshire have reformed after spliting up in 2001 and they are most famous for their drinking song ‘Tequlia’ which reached Number Two in the UK charts in 1999.

Fri 04 Nov

Goldie Lookin Chain – Electric Ballroom, London

Ironic rap group from South Wales produce controversial material ridiculing the ‘bling’ culture of the noughties. They perform their unique brand of hip hop in mock leisure suits and gold chains.

Music played on the Saturday Breakfast show:

Bravery – Departure – Florence and the Machine – Dog Days Are Over (radio edit) – Liberty X – Just A Little – Marina and the Diamonds – Radioactive – KC and the Sunshine Band – Give It Up  – Sara Bareilles – Gonna Get Over You  – Aerosmith – Dude Looks Like A Lady – Aerosmith – Love In An Elevator  – Young Knives – Human Again – Elvis Presley – Burning Love – U2 – Mysterious – Republica – Ready To Go – Rihanna feat Calvin Harris – We Found Love  – Calvin Harris – Acceptable In The 80s – Gotye – Somebody That I Used To Know (Feat. Kimbra) – Arctic Monkeys – Fake Tales Of San Francisco (clean) – Justice – Audio Video Disco – Audience – If You Can’t Do It When You’re Young When Can You  – Talking Heads – Psycho Killer – Amoriste – Saturday am – Britney Spears – Piece Of Me [Main Version] – Modevar – Clearly (Radio Edit) – Brett Anderson – Brittle Heart  – Tenek – What Do You What (Radio edit) -Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – AKA … What a Life! – Cerys Matthews – Arlington Way – The Horn and the Hunt – Raptor – Florence and the Machine – Shake It Out  – Tin Tin – Kiss Me – The Mirrors – Falls By Another Name –  Moby – All that I see –  Coldplay – Paradise  –  Frost – The woods –  Red Hot Chili Peppers – The Adventures Of Rain Dance Maggie  – Kasabian – Days Are Forgotten (clean).

Have  a Spooky weekend………

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Spook up your Hallowed Eve…..

We are getting ramped up with events now, such as Divali, Halloween and Bonfire night, so hallowed be this weekend as we expect spooky going’s on; well just look at my hair cut – So as we expect the nuisance of  trick or treat’ers to delight our door steps. We had a delightfully spooky story about a place called Gentleshaw, a horror tale told by Spencer Cork; listen again at this spooky tale – Gentleshaw Mix

Happy All Hallow's Eve

Twofer was a two track salute to poor old Steve Tyler from Aerosmith, who had fallen over again, this time not on stage – so we Played ‘Dude looks like a lady’ and ‘Love in an Elevator’.

My Comedy show picks for this week……

Alan Carr, at The O2 — “Spexy Beast”- 5th – 6th Nov 2011 •

Alan Carr is back on stage with a brand new show — “Spexy Beast”. After a few years rubbing shoulders with A-list celebrities on his very own chat show, Alan is returning to his stand-up roots in his first major comedy tour for four years.

Paul Merton and Josie Lawrence — Comedy Store  – 6th Nov 2011 •

TV’s Paul Merton will be joining Josie Lawrence at the Comedy Store Players for a night of comedy improvisation. Other comedians on the bill include Lee Simpson, Richard Vranch, Andy Smart and Neil Mullarkey.

An Evening with Rob Brydon – 7th Nov 2011 •  Lyric Theatre

Rob Brydon is touring the UK to promote his memoir “Small Man in a Book”. The star of “Marion and Geoff”, “The Keith Barret Show” and “Annually Retentive” will be delving into his past.

Live music pick for this week;

Mon 31 Oct

PJ Harvey – Royal Albert Hall

Singer-songwriter from Dorset is adored on both sides of the Atlantic for her musical artistry and dirty romantic nihilism.

Tue 01 Nov

One Night Only – XOYO, Old Street

An exciting new five-piece indie band, which have been blending intricate guitars with synths, keyboards and melodic vocals across north Yorkshire.

Thu 03 Nov

Terrorvision – The Garage, Highbury

Energetic indie band from Yorkshire have reformed after spliting up in 2001 and they are most famous for their drinking song ‘Tequlia’ which reached Number Two in the UK charts in 1999.

Fri 04 Nov

Goldie Lookin Chain – Electric Ballroom, London

Ironic rap group from South Wales produce controversial material ridiculing the ‘bling’ culture of the noughties. They perform their unique brand of hip hop in mock leisure suits and gold chains.

Music played on the Saturday Breakfast show:

Bravery – Departure – Florence and the Machine – Dog Days Are Over (radio edit) – Liberty X – Just A Little – Marina and the Diamonds – Radioactive – KC and the Sunshine Band – Give It Up  – Sara Bareilles – Gonna Get Over You  – Aerosmith – Dude Looks Like A Lady – Aerosmith – Love In An Elevator  – Young Knives – Human Again – Elvis Presley – Burning Love – U2 – Mysterious – Republica – Ready To Go – Rihanna feat Calvin Harris – We Found Love  – Calvin Harris – Acceptable In The 80s – Gotye – Somebody That I Used To Know (Feat. Kimbra) – Arctic Monkeys – Fake Tales Of San Francisco (clean) – Justice – Audio Video Disco – Audience – If You Can’t Do It When You’re Young When Can You  – Talking Heads – Psycho Killer – Amoriste – Saturday am – Britney Spears – Piece Of Me [Main Version] – Modevar – Clearly (Radio Edit) – Brett Anderson – Brittle Heart  – Tenek – What Do You What (Radio edit) -Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – AKA … What a Life! – Cerys Matthews – Arlington Way – The Horn and the Hunt – Raptor – Florence and the Machine – Shake It Out  – Tin Tin – Kiss Me – The Mirrors – Falls By Another Name –  Moby – All that I see –  Coldplay – Paradise  –  Frost – The woods –  Red Hot Chili Peppers – The Adventures Of Rain Dance Maggie  – Kasabian – Days Are Forgotten (clean).

Have  a Spooky weekend………

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Spook up your Hallowed Eve…..

We are getting ramped up with events now, such as Divali, Halloween and Bonfire night, so hallowed be this weekend as we expect spooky going’s on; well just look at my hair cut – So as we expect the nuisance of  trick or treat’ers to delight our door steps. We had a delightfully spooky story about a place called Gentleshaw, a horror tale told by Spencer Cork; listen again at this spooky tale – Gentleshaw Mix

Happy All Hallow's Eve

Twofer was a two track salute to poor old Steve Tyler from Aerosmith, who had fallen over again, this time not on stage – so we Played ‘Dude looks like a lady’ and ‘Love in an Elevator’.

My Comedy show picks for this week……

Alan Carr, at The O2 — “Spexy Beast”- 5th – 6th Nov 2011 •

Alan Carr is back on stage with a brand new show — “Spexy Beast”. After a few years rubbing shoulders with A-list celebrities on his very own chat show, Alan is returning to his stand-up roots in his first major comedy tour for four years.

Paul Merton and Josie Lawrence — Comedy Store  – 6th Nov 2011 •

TV’s Paul Merton will be joining Josie Lawrence at the Comedy Store Players for a night of comedy improvisation. Other comedians on the bill include Lee Simpson, Richard Vranch, Andy Smart and Neil Mullarkey.

An Evening with Rob Brydon – 7th Nov 2011 •  Lyric Theatre

Rob Brydon is touring the UK to promote his memoir “Small Man in a Book”. The star of “Marion and Geoff”, “The Keith Barret Show” and “Annually Retentive” will be delving into his past.

Live music pick for this week;

Mon 31 Oct

PJ Harvey – Royal Albert Hall

Singer-songwriter from Dorset is adored on both sides of the Atlantic for her musical artistry and dirty romantic nihilism.

Tue 01 Nov

One Night Only – XOYO, Old Street

An exciting new five-piece indie band, which have been blending intricate guitars with synths, keyboards and melodic vocals across north Yorkshire.

Thu 03 Nov

Terrorvision – The Garage, Highbury

Energetic indie band from Yorkshire have reformed after spliting up in 2001 and they are most famous for their drinking song ‘Tequlia’ which reached Number Two in the UK charts in 1999.

Fri 04 Nov

Goldie Lookin Chain – Electric Ballroom, London

Ironic rap group from South Wales produce controversial material ridiculing the ‘bling’ culture of the noughties. They perform their unique brand of hip hop in mock leisure suits and gold chains.

Music played on the Saturday Breakfast show:

Bravery – Departure – Florence and the Machine – Dog Days Are Over (radio edit) – Liberty X – Just A Little – Marina and the Diamonds – Radioactive – KC and the Sunshine Band – Give It Up  – Sara Bareilles – Gonna Get Over You  – Aerosmith – Dude Looks Like A Lady – Aerosmith – Love In An Elevator  – Young Knives – Human Again – Elvis Presley – Burning Love – U2 – Mysterious – Republica – Ready To Go – Rihanna feat Calvin Harris – We Found Love  – Calvin Harris – Acceptable In The 80s – Gotye – Somebody That I Used To Know (Feat. Kimbra) – Arctic Monkeys – Fake Tales Of San Francisco (clean) – Justice – Audio Video Disco – Audience – If You Can’t Do It When You’re Young When Can You  – Talking Heads – Psycho Killer – Amoriste – Saturday am – Britney Spears – Piece Of Me [Main Version] – Modevar – Clearly (Radio Edit) – Brett Anderson – Brittle Heart  – Tenek – What Do You What (Radio edit) -Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – AKA … What a Life! – Cerys Matthews – Arlington Way – The Horn and the Hunt – Raptor – Florence and the Machine – Shake It Out  – Tin Tin – Kiss Me – The Mirrors – Falls By Another Name –  Moby – All that I see –  Coldplay – Paradise  –  Frost – The woods –  Red Hot Chili Peppers – The Adventures Of Rain Dance Maggie  – Kasabian – Days Are Forgotten (clean).

Have  a Spooky weekend………

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Spook up your Hallowed Eve…..

We are getting ramped up with events now, such as Divali, Halloween and Bonfire night, so hallowed be this weekend as we expect spooky going’s on; well just look at my hair cut – So as we expect the nuisance of  trick or treat’ers to delight our door steps. We had a delightfully spooky story about a place called Gentleshaw, a horror tale told by Spencer Cork; listen again at this spooky tale – Gentleshaw Mix

Happy All Hallow's Eve

Twofer was a two track salute to poor old Steve Tyler from Aerosmith, who had fallen over again, this time not on stage – so we Played ‘Dude looks like a lady’ and ‘Love in an Elevator’.

My Comedy show picks for this week……

Alan Carr, at The O2 — “Spexy Beast”- 5th – 6th Nov 2011 •

Alan Carr is back on stage with a brand new show — “Spexy Beast”. After a few years rubbing shoulders with A-list celebrities on his very own chat show, Alan is returning to his stand-up roots in his first major comedy tour for four years.

Paul Merton and Josie Lawrence — Comedy Store  – 6th Nov 2011 •

TV’s Paul Merton will be joining Josie Lawrence at the Comedy Store Players for a night of comedy improvisation. Other comedians on the bill include Lee Simpson, Richard Vranch, Andy Smart and Neil Mullarkey.

An Evening with Rob Brydon – 7th Nov 2011 •  Lyric Theatre

Rob Brydon is touring the UK to promote his memoir “Small Man in a Book”. The star of “Marion and Geoff”, “The Keith Barret Show” and “Annually Retentive” will be delving into his past.

Live music pick for this week;

Mon 31 Oct

PJ Harvey – Royal Albert Hall

Singer-songwriter from Dorset is adored on both sides of the Atlantic for her musical artistry and dirty romantic nihilism.

Tue 01 Nov

One Night Only – XOYO, Old Street

An exciting new five-piece indie band, which have been blending intricate guitars with synths, keyboards and melodic vocals across north Yorkshire.

Thu 03 Nov

Terrorvision – The Garage, Highbury

Energetic indie band from Yorkshire have reformed after spliting up in 2001 and they are most famous for their drinking song ‘Tequlia’ which reached Number Two in the UK charts in 1999.

Fri 04 Nov

Goldie Lookin Chain – Electric Ballroom, London

Ironic rap group from South Wales produce controversial material ridiculing the ‘bling’ culture of the noughties. They perform their unique brand of hip hop in mock leisure suits and gold chains.

Music played on the Saturday Breakfast show:

Bravery – Departure – Florence and the Machine – Dog Days Are Over (radio edit) – Liberty X – Just A Little – Marina and the Diamonds – Radioactive – KC and the Sunshine Band – Give It Up  – Sara Bareilles – Gonna Get Over You  – Aerosmith – Dude Looks Like A Lady – Aerosmith – Love In An Elevator  – Young Knives – Human Again – Elvis Presley – Burning Love – U2 – Mysterious – Republica – Ready To Go – Rihanna feat Calvin Harris – We Found Love  – Calvin Harris – Acceptable In The 80s – Gotye – Somebody That I Used To Know (Feat. Kimbra) – Arctic Monkeys – Fake Tales Of San Francisco (clean) – Justice – Audio Video Disco – Audience – If You Can’t Do It When You’re Young When Can You  – Talking Heads – Psycho Killer – Amoriste – Saturday am – Britney Spears – Piece Of Me [Main Version] – Modevar – Clearly (Radio Edit) – Brett Anderson – Brittle Heart  – Tenek – What Do You What (Radio edit) -Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – AKA … What a Life! – Cerys Matthews – Arlington Way – The Horn and the Hunt – Raptor – Florence and the Machine – Shake It Out  – Tin Tin – Kiss Me – The Mirrors – Falls By Another Name –  Moby – All that I see –  Coldplay – Paradise  –  Frost – The woods –  Red Hot Chili Peppers – The Adventures Of Rain Dance Maggie  – Kasabian – Days Are Forgotten (clean).

Have  a Spooky weekend………

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