In The Cooler, Interviews, Music, NCCR

“In The Cooler” 7 – 9 pm Friday 18th October 2019(Rpt Sunday Noon till 2)(www.nccr.co.uk)

On this week’s programme….

Interviews with:

  • Director William Wilkinson talking about Blockley Amateur Dramatic Company’s forthcoming production of “Cranford”..
  • Robert Saunders of Deuce Music introduces us to the new music of Airport Impressions,Ray Ramon and Deep Blue Sea..
  • Sean Dudden updates us with some positive plastic news
  • And a few minutes chatting with UB40’s Duncan Campbell
  • Not forgetting updates from Cavendish Park Care Home , and a Frank Sinatra song request from Rosie……

By the programme’s end, we shall no longer be strangers in the night……

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“In The Cooler” 7-9pm Friday 13th September 2019 (rpts Sunday noon- 2pm & Tuesday 6-8 pm) www.nccr.co.uk

On this week’s programme…

Jonathan Vickers from Cotswold Players tell us all about the October production of “Julius Caesar” at the Cotswold Playhouse, Stroud.

A further update from Bath’s Sean Dudden on the Say No To Plastic Campaign..

..and LIVE, in the studio…Julie July tells us about some of the tracks from the “Lady of The First Light” album, and her recent time in New York where she did a gig at The Bitter End club, the club where both Bob Dylan and more recently Lady Gaga have performed..And look what happened to them!!

Do listen in!

http://www.nccr.co.uk Noon – 2pm Sunday 15th September 2019 and Tuesday 17th September 2019 6-8 pm

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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!!

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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!!

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NCCR “In the Cooler” 7-9 pm Friday 9th August 2019, rpts Sunday 8-10 am, Monday 2-4 pm..and Listen Again!!

Mel Hoskins and Kelly Smith will be In The Cooler with all the latest news from Cavendish Park. They will be talking about their recent involvement with the CAREbadge  initiative and choosing some of their favourite tunes. 

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Jenni Turner will also be in the studio in her role as Editor of The Cotswold Times.

Rosie Fuller will be outlining the Ocean Film Festival, (at several Cotswold venues soon), Sean Dudden will be giving us an update on the campaign “A Life Without Plastic”..

.. and we may get a call from Titus Jennings(!!) who may tell us all about the Experience to follow!!

Plus plenty of music..including something from a listener in Nepal!!

Listen at http://www.nccr.co.uk , Tune In, Mytuner radio apps, Smart Speakers. 7-9pm Friday 9th August 2019

 

 

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NCCR “In The Cooler” 7-9pm Friday 26th July 2019 (Rpts 8-10am Sunday, 2-4 pm Monday)

“In The Cooler” this week is truly community focussed!

And we start off with some Cream… Malcolm Bruce (son of Jack Bruce) tells us about The Music Of Cream 50th Anniversary Tour !

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We shall be speaking with Rob Willott about Blockley’s Little Village Hall and its £18,000 upgrade plan.

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Sean Dudden will be phoning in to tell us about the community based initiative “Life Without Plastic”..

The Classic Car and Bike Show it is being held on the 28/7/19 from 11am at the Playing Field Bisley Old Road Stroud Glos GL5 1NL admission is free and there are no charges for anyone wishing to display a car or bike….

There is the Arts Alive Exhibition in Bourton-on-the-Water 3rd to 10 August.. https://www.tomshepherdart.com/

You can go on the beach near Evesham!!

Martyn Slater, Chairman of Stroud Vintage Transport and Engine Club (SVTEC) gives us a heads up on the event..(2-4th August ) …and its a Glen Miller tribute!!

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And Caroline Ardron celebrates the First Anniversary of the Cotswold Clubhouse in Bourton on the Water..with some summer special offers! (We interviewed Caroline this time last year ahead of the Grand Opening…!! See what radio exposure can do for your organization/business!!!)

And our special guest is the legendary American singer /songwriter Dean Friedman, who is currently on his UK tour, and he speaks with us ahead of the SongFest North in Crewe this coming weekend…

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And then there’s the music!!

Did I mention we shall be having a Shalamar competition??????

So www.nccr.co.uk 7-9 pm Friday..

Friday Night is “In the Cooler” Night!!

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NCCR:”In The Cooler” Friday 25th January 2019. Holocaust Memorial Day Special.

Sunday 27th January 2019 is Holocaust Memorial Day.. with a theme: Torn From Home.

So, “In the Cooler” will make its own contribution to the event with several interviews…

Jennifer Silverston, chair of Cheltenham Hebrew Congregation outlines the day’s events.

Holger Off (of the internationally renowned Berlin Comedian Harmonists) reflects on the music and legacy  of the 1930s Comedian Harmonists.

Barbara Winton (daughter of Sir Nicholas) tells us about how her father  contributed to saving 669 Jewish children from Prague in 1938.

John Fieldsend, one of the 669 “children” rescued reflects on his life since being torn from his home..and his parents..

Paul Curran reads “The Welcoming Land”,by Clemence Dane.

Sean Dudden is a Youtube film maker who determined to film Auschwitz.. and speaks of the emotional cost in doing so.

Professional film and internationally acclaimed documentary producer Paul Kittel acquaints us with the background to the Chris Tarrant Extreme Railways episode “Hitler’s Holocaust Railway” ..

Joe Twilley of the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust outlines the Trust’s educational work, and its current involvement with present situations

..and historian Simon Schama adds the historian’s perspective..

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What is Holocaust Memorial Day?   Simon Schama

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And Kenneth Woods discusses music that came out of the Holocaust in the first February programmes of “Cooler Classics.”