The Midweek Drive info for May 9th & 10th 2012
Running order for `The Midweek Drive`
Wed May 9th 2012 Listen live via www.sirenonline.co.uk at 5p.m UK time
Studio presenters Alex Lewczuk, Hannah O`Brien, Tiffany Freeman, Natasha Turney, Phillippa Blackmore, Dee Wold-
1700- Launch/Show menu
1703 Laurence Traverso – Talenter singer songwriter with his latest single about to be released www.traverso.co.uk
1715- Cameron Tilbury- www.camerontilburyinternational.com live from Nashville with his latest Country music choice.
1730- Sarah Chase- Live from Frankfurt-am-main with more insights from the world of www.ruralmediainternational.com
1755- Michele Monro ( prerecord ) with another top selection from her Father Matt Monro`s back catalogue www.mattmonro.com .
1805 Bill Steel- Actor/Former anchorperson for Tyne Tees Television and breakfast show host for Metro Radio- reflecting on his Wikipedia entry
1820- Sarah Huntley- Actress/LAMDA tutor and regular Wimbledon correspondent
1830Lily Holleman- Actress/Producer making her Midweek Drive debut from Los Angeles discussing her latest Slamdance award winning movie `@URFrenz` and more.
Possible discussion topics
The musical mindset
The rural effect
LA the Globe
The cultural milieu
Running order for `The Midweek Drive` Morning Edition
Thursday May 10th 2012
Studio presenters Alex Lewczuk, Hannah O`Brien, Natasha Turney, Phillippa Blackmore, Chris Ilsey from Running Imp, Joy Knight
8.02a.m- Launch/Show menu
8.03 Nichola Clancy Leicestershire correspondent looking ahead to the weekend Newark & Notts county show
8.20a.m Richard Fitzwilliams- www.richardfitzwilliams.com Former editor of International Who`s Who
8.40a.m Ian Lennox Author and former Tyne Tees Executive with his
unique Tyneside perspective.
9.02a.m Antiques Expert Mark Hill talking about his latest BBC2 series `Antiques Uncovered`.
9.10- Julie Delphy- Actress discussing her latest movie `Two Days in New York` with Chris Rock
9.30a.m- William Sitwell- Editor `The Good Food Guide` and gastronomic expert discussing her views on the damage done to Britain`s cooking reputation by Mrs Beeton`s cook-book. www.williamsitwell.co.uk