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Tuesday 10:00 am 12:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am 11:00 am
Friday 9:00 am 10:00 am

with Pauline Homeshaw and  Andrew Norris

This week:-

9  We catch up with Emma Norris who is back in the UK for the summer from Uganda where she is now Headteacher at the international school where she first began  as a nursery teaching assistant 16 years ago.   We hear her story and how things have developed at the school as she has helped it to develop into the vibrant community that it now is.

9.30 Wiveliscombe Town Councillor Peter Berman updates listeners on matters concerning the Council during the last month

10    “Suzie Grogan’s Talking Books”   This month Suzie talks to poet Paul Mortimer who was on the show many times in the early days. He brings us up to date, with his success in competition, his new poetry groups and how he is experimenting with form and subject.

10.30  The Wivey Show is just a month away and today Chair Kirsty Boutflower tells listeners what excitements they can expect when arriving at the Rec on Saturday 17th August!

Repeats Monday 4pm, Tuesday 10am and Wednesday 5am and can be heard via our Listen Again link below at any time before next week’s show.


The Community Show crew


Director

Kevin Philips

Growing up in a house filled with the sounds of Basie, Kenton and Bird, my interest in music was piqued. As the period of my musical foundation was the 1970’s though, I found myself drawn to the teenage boy interests of rock music, punk and new wave, in the 1980's I moved towards indie and world music but always with an ear to the roots of blues and jazz. Latterly, my tastes have dissipated even further and this is reflected in my shows. From Lead Belly to Tchaikovsky, Elvis to Richard Hell, and Bowie to the Real Thing.




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10Radio is a community radio station serving the 10 parishes in West Somerset which incorporate Wiveliscombe, Ashbrittle, Bathealton, Brompton Ralph, Chipstable, Clatworthy, Fitzhead, Huish Champflower, Milverton, Stawley and Wellington and the surrounding area.

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