In The Cooler, Interviews, Music, NCCR, Uncategorized

NCCR “In The Cooler” 7-9pm Friday 27th December 2019, rpt Sunday 29th Noon till 2) www.nccr.co.uk

 

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Spot the guest!! The gallery isn’t definitive, but gives a feel for the more than 220 guests who shared with us during 2019.

The end of another year “In the Cooler” gives me the opportunity to say “Thank You” to all those guests who have graced our studio in Chipping Campden, or who otherwise have bravely allowed me to interview them about their music/book/charity/project/event during the last 12 months!! There’s enough material here for a book or two of my own!!

And a special “Thank You” to our programme sponsors “Cavendish Park Care Home”, who join with NCCR in putting something back into the community.

So, this week’s edition of “In the Cooler” will be a looking back at the past year’s guest list, a few reminiscences, and plenty of music!!

Please join me on Friday evening (7-9pm)(www.nccr.co.uk) or Sunday Noon till 2..and on the Listen Again link…..

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

Cooler Classics, Interviews, Music, NCCR

NCCR “Cooler Classics” 8-10pm Monday 28th October 2019(Rpt Sunday 3rd November 2019 at 11pm)

In this evening’s Cooler Classics, Peter Hunt, Chipping Norton Choral Society will be talking about the CNCS history, and its next concert – on SUNDAY 3 NOVEMBER 2019 at Cheltenham Town Hall- in collaboration with the North Cotswold Chamber choir, CNCS will perform Walton’s Belshazzar’s Feast – accompanied by the Cheltenham Chamber Orchestra.

Debbie Jagla, MD of Orchestra of the Swan(OOTS) will be speaking about the new recording project of OOTS,”Timelapse”, and how we can all be involved!!

And expect an eclectic mix of appropriate music, including excerpts from William Walton’s Belshazzar’s Feast (it doesn’t end well!!) and a mix of contemporary and classical music, providing a soundscape across the years……

Tune in at 8pm on http://www.nccr.co.uk

In The Cooler, Interviews, Music

NCCR “In The Cooler” 7-9 pm Friday 30th August 2019(rpt Sunday noon-2pm, Tuesday 6-8 pm)

On this week’s show..

Orchestra of the Swan’s MD Debbie Jagla is in the studio to remind us of the forthcoming community events in connection with the Stratford Music Festival.


Chef Rob Kennedy will no doubt give us some useful tips on that Sunday roast and other Cotswold Culinary delights..as well as telling us how his career has progressed (he has cooked for monarchs!!).. and how you could have him cook for you!!

(Rob Kennedy Image)

Sean Dudden will update us on “A Life Without Plastic”.. this is serious…
The Cotswolds- an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – lets do our part to keep it that way!!

And not forgetting some great music!!

And matters arising!!

So, tune in…www.nccr.co.uk Friday 7pm!!

In The Cooler, Interviews, Music, NCCR

NCCR “In The Cooler” Friday 5th July 2019(rpt Sun 8-10 am, Mon 2-4pm.)

A double helping from our resident poet Paul Curran related to the new Poet Laureate Simon Armitage (expect a track from The Scaremongers) and  Les Murray, an outspoken Australian poet (complete with accent!!)

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Paul Curran, Les Murray & Simon Armitage.(Copyrights acknowledged)

Dan Szor speaks with us about whiskey, gin, the Cotswolds, Cotswold Distillery and the Cotswold Distillery Festival on Saturday 17th August! Cheers!!

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Dan Szor and Debbie Jagla

Debbie Jagla MD of Orchestra of The Swan (OOTS) outlines the future community based programme of the OOTS.. and her own near;y famous musical career…

And if the connections are good, a report LIVE from the CORNBURY FESTIVAL...

Tune in!! Friday (LIVE )7-9 pm http://www.nccr.co.uk