In The Cooler, Interviews, Music, NCCR

NCCR “In The Cooler” Friday 25th February 2022 (rpts Sunday noon till 2pm) Available on Listen Again (www.nccr.co.uk) & Mixcloud.

  • Joe Matera, Australian with a track out soon with The Korgis.
  • Chris St John(US), a relative newcomer with a song that will resonate with parents when the children leave home…..
Chris St john.
  • Mark”Funkybatch” explains all!
Mark aka Funkybatch
  • Doris Brendel, daughter of international classical pianist Alfred Brendel -who visited Chipping Campden often for the International Music Festival- has a very different style!!
Doris Brendel & Lee Dunham: Mass Hysteria album cover
  • Mark Brzecki(Big Country) reflects on what keeps him going….
  • With additional music from: Billy Fury, Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel.

Friday 25th February 2022…7-9pm 1st broadcast. Repeats Sunday 27th February 2022 Noon till 2pmAvailable on Listen Again (7 days) and on Mixcloud.. (for a while longer!!)

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NCCR “In The Cooler” 7-9pm Friday 8th November(Rpt Sunday Noon-2)

On tonight’s show:

  • Stephen Belinfante of the Cheltenham Philharmonic Orchestra has news of the CPO’s 125th Anniversary Concert….
  • In the Studio will be Anne Docherty & Mark telling us about Comedy at Work!!
  • Mark Brzezicki of 80’s group “Big Country” enjoys looking back over their career, and forward for the current tour…
  • With new music from Chloe Collins, The Kut and Soul and Rnb artist No-El DaCosta ..
  • Not forgetting “In The Cooler”‘s sponsor, Cavendish Park Care Home,with some outstanding achievement news….

And matters arising!!

Do tune in..

“In The Cooler” (Fridays 7 – 9pm rpt Sun noon-2pm) 
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Sponsored by Cavendish Park Care Home,Offenham Road,Evesham WR11 3DX

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Events and Shows, In The Cooler, Interviews

Mark Brzezicki (Big Country) & the 35th Anniversary of their first album “The Crossing”

Mark Brzezicki of Big Country talks to NCCR “In The Cooler” about the band’s tour and the 35th anniversary of their first album “The Crossing”.

(“Big Country” Image)

Jamie Watson Bruce Watson Mark Brzezicki Simon Hough Scott Whitley

(Sincere apologies for audio quality. Phone malfunctions at the time of recording..but you can clearly hear Mark’s voice…turn volume up!!)