On this week’s “In The Cooler”:
- Kevan Blackadder(Cheltenham BID says:”Cheltenham is Open!”
- Leslie Sheldon speaks about the unique online Cheltenham International Film Festival.
- Paul D Curran reads a poem from his latest Lockdown Verses collection “Would Work”
- Sean Dudden Updates the Life Without Plastic Campaign
- And Scott Ottoway reflects on his decade as drummer with recently retired international group “The Searchers.”
Kevan Blackadder,Leslie Sheldon.
Paul D Curran, Sean Dudden(centre!)
Scott Ottoway and PSL on Zoom!!
With new music from Rozalla, Matt Stell, Binky Womack.. and Chris Gardner.. and our tribute to the NHS…Lost(from David Courtney) We All Shine Together(Julie July, Isolation(Stratford Street Arts Project_and You Are Not Alone(Young Minds Matter)
And Cooler Classics (on Sunday at 11pm.. and several repeats during the week!)....
- The main feature will be Philip Sawyer’s Hommage To Kandinsky (BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Kenneth Woods)
- And Kenneth Woods speaking about an ESO initiative!!
Don’t miss it!!
These are challenging times for us all, and hopefully you are all observing all the appropriate recommendations that have been issued to get us through this situation.
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Looking out for neighbours & friends
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In the meantime, do enjoy NCCR… YOUR local community radio station, from Chipping Campden, in the heart of the Cotswolds.
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