Category Archives: Interviews

Cornbury Festival 2019

Mon Laferte performing A Special thank you to the organisers of Cornbury Festival 2019. Choice Radio attended to what can only be described as a delicious day filled with great music and fun family activities. A special shout out goes to Nick Corston of STEAM Co. a passionate man with a flair for all things… Read More »

Keith James

You won’t have heard of Keith James. But he has released some 13 albums over the last few years. And he has lived in a kind of “parallel universe” – his words! He now has a “Best of ” double album Captured which neatly encompasses many of the themes of his work and his inspiration… Read More »

David Baldwin

David Baldwin is an actor and writer who moved to Herefordshire some 20 years ago and created a touring theatre group, Bare Bones Theatre That has now transformed into a group who write plays which are broadcast as podcasts and David came into the studio to chat to Pete Phillips about how it all came… Read More »

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Sunday Supplement – Donna Taggart

Donna has an extraordinary story to tell. Whilst working for the NHS in Northern Ireland, this 31 year-old mother of two young children posted a music video for a song that she had made. That song – Jealous Of The Angels – went viral, resulting in it being viewed no less than 130 million times… Read More »

Stuart Innes

Big Girls Don’t Cry celebrates the music of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons and will be presented at the Malvern Forum Theatre on 15th June Stuart Innes will be appearing in the show and he chatted to David Bower. Click here to hear the interview between Stuart and David.

Sunday Supplement – Ian Spiby

Ian is the director of a forthcoming play at the Vesta Tilley Studio, “Glorious!” – or, to give it its full title, “Glorious! The True Story of Florence Foster Jenkins, the worst opera singer in the world” This award-winning production of the play written by Peter Quilter comes to the theatre on May 18th and… Read More »