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21:48 minutes (9.99 MB)On Wednesday 15th July 09 Mike Stevens spoke to April Pond, who is standing for election in the Norwich North By-Election on Thursday 23rd July. The interview can be heard in full here.
24:41 minutes (11.3 MB)On Wednesday 15th July 09 Mike Stevens spoke to Craig Murray, who is standing for election in the Norwich North By-Election on Thursday 23rd July. The interview can be heard in full here.
4:27 minutes (1.8 MB)Mike Bewick made us a pirate tune and wrote some lyrics, some Future Radio folk provided the vocals, stupid radio occured as a result. Thanks to everyone who participated (including a few not mentioned in the audio!!). You know who you are. Pirate noises all round. First aired on Thurs 6th Aug 09 at 08:05ish.
20:52 minutes (47.75 MB)
The best bits of Laurence Scott's Evening Delight from 10th November 2009.
9:39 minutes (22.1 MB)
Listen as Terry is taken geocaching by his girlfriend Nellie at Surlingham Broad. Find out more about geocaching at www.geocaching.com. First aired on 26th November as part of Terry's 'Marathon Broadcast'.
12:13 minutes (8.39 MB)Inna joins Phil Armes to talk about the latest project from Norfolk Education Action & Development.
25:19 minutes (46.35 MB)
The best of Laurence Scott's Evening Delight from 16th Febrauary 2010.
27:35 minutes (25.26 MB)Chloe Smith, the Conservative candidate for Norwich North, speaks to Mike Stevens about her campaign for the General Election.
12:20 minutes (11.29 MB)Mike Stonard speaks to Labour Supporter Eddie Izzard, and candidates Charles Clarke (Norwich South) and John Cook (Norwich North).
39:42 minutes (36.35 MB)Mike Stonard speaks to Simon Wright, the Lib Dem candidate for Norwich South, about his election campaign.
28:03 minutes (22.48 MB)Tim MacWilliam speaks to David Stephen, the Lib Dem Norwich North parliamentary candidate ahead of next month's general election.
28:09 minutes (22.55 MB)Mike and Jan speak to independent candidate Bill Holden about his campaign for the Norwich North seat.
35:25 minutes (28.37 MB)Mike and Jan speak to Adrian Ramsay, the Green Party candidate for Norwich South and Deputy Leader of the Green Party.
24:21 minutes (16.73 MB)Gabriel Polley (from The Workers Revolutionary Party) talks about his campaign for the Norwich South constituency with Mike Stevens.
29:37 minutes (20.34 MB)Jasmine talks to John Cook, the Labour candidate for Norwich North, about his Election campaign
28:13 minutes (19.38 MB)Charles Clarke, Labour Candidate for Norwich South, speaks to Tim MacWilliam about his election campaign.
21:40 minutes (14.89 MB)Steve Emmens, UKIP candidate for Norwich South, talks to Tim MacWilliam about his election campaign.
29:03 minutes (19.96 MB)Mike Stevens talks to Anthony Little, the Conservative candidate for Norwich South, about his election campaign.
30:44 minutes (21.11 MB)Mike Stevens talks to Glenn Tingle, the UKIP candidate for Norwich North, about his election campaign.
10:49 minutes (24.78 MB)Terry Lee joined the media scrum at Morrisons car park on Friday 23rd April - Nick Clegg (leader of the Liberal Democrats) was in the city for a Lib Dem media rally.
28:17 minutes (19.43 MB)Andrew Holland, the Christian Party candidate for Norwich North, talks about his campaign with Mike Stevens.
23:54 minutes (16.42 MB)Barbara-Ellen Joseph has a 6 year old boy who have Pathalogical Demand Avoidance Syndrome, a form of Autism. It is a relatively new diagnosis for some children with severe behavioural problems.Barbara-Ellen is proposing to set up a support group open to all families who are coping with these children. The first meeting will be at the City Academy Norwich (Formally Earlham High School) on Saturday May 1st between 10am and noon.
22:12 minutes (15.25 MB)Mike Stonard spent the day with The Green Party's Adrian Ramsey.
118:19 minutes (47.4 MB)DJ78 presents the latest edition of the shellac-disc-only show
18:34 minutes (8.5 MB)Sophie Berry from Nelson's Journey speaks to Mike Stevens on 12th May 2010.
6:34 minutes (3.76 MB)Terry took Nellie to the Swing Dance Lesson at the Spiegeltent on Saturday on 8th May 2010, part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival.
15:11 minutes (6.96 MB)Terry spent election night at St Andrews Hall, at the Norwich South Count. Whilst there he learnt a fair bit about the processes involved in establishing who has won! Warning - contains sleep deprivation.
64:33 minutes (25.86 MB)
Episode 3 of 'John Peel's Shed' - presented by John Osborne. For more information visit www.futureradio.co.uk/johnpeelsshed
13:28 minutes (5.4 MB)Terry and Mike went to visit the Wheatfen and found out about the Ted Ellis Trust by speaking to warden David Nobbs and Ted's nephew Richard Ellis.
117:09 minutes (33.52 MB)
Keith Slater presents the latest edition of Boiling Point.
57:48 minutes (23.16 MB)
The final installment of 'John Peel's Shed'. Presented by John Osborne, this is the fifth and final show in the series. For more information on the shows visit www.futureradio.co.uk/johnpeelsshed
21:41 minutes (8.69 MB)Jasmine found out all about Waveney Sailability - who specialise on giving the disabled access to the broads.
21:57 minutes (8.8 MB)Jasmine finds out about Waveney Stardust, talking to Roy Purdy.
9:54 minutes (6.81 MB)Alex Brickham, Simone Hayes and Terry Lee went to Horning on Saturday 5th June to witness the start of The Three Rivers Race, and learn a little more about the Broads' top sailing event.
15:47 minutes (9.04 MB)Mike talks to Robin finds out about the Nancy Oldfield Trust.
29:29 minutes (11.82 MB)Tim MacWilliam speaks with Brendan Joyce about the general state of Norfolk Wildlife after a harsh winter.
19:00 minutes (7.62 MB)Paul Eldridge talks about why cutting reed and sedge is so important.
8:42 minutes (3.49 MB)
Lydia Martin spoke to Jenny and Kieran from RSPB Strumphaw.
117:48 minutes (40.45 MB)
Richard Harrison and Peter Wood present a special programme about legendary musician Eddie Cochran who tragically died in April 1960. The one hour exclusive documentary is followed by an hour of Cochran's songs covered by a huge variety of artists.
8:47 minutes (3.53 MB)As part of the relaunch spectacular on Friday 2nd July, Terry caught up with Little Bear and Old Bear from the popular former B reakfast Show feature 'Old Bear Stories'.
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58:56 minutes (23.61 MB)Chance Music presents an eclectic and topical playlist from French gypsy musician Titi Robin, rock diva Lady Gaga, the monks of a Benedictine monastery and contemporary composer Jonathan Harvey.
18:04 minutes (12.41 MB)If you are anxious to lose some of those Christmas Pounds (the weighty ones) and get yourself fitter you may like to join Linda Mellor-Steedman in a spot of group hula-hooping. Forget all those expensive pieces of useless get that are advertised on the Shopping Channels. They are expensive and generally end up in the garage. Hula Hoops are cheap to buy and fun to use. Linda is setting up classes around the County. She is a qualified keep fit instructor with a lot of experience.
116:59 minutes (53.56 MB)Another fine two hours of tropical rare groove with Keith Slater. Perfect for a Sunday morning....
5:05 minutes (3.49 MB)Terry spoke to Ninja from The Go! Team ahead of their gig at the Waterfront, King Street (February 24th) about the new material from the band. First broadcast on Friday 28th January 2011
35:24 minutes (16.21 MB)Adam Aiken joins Tim MacWilliam with his regular advice feature for getting the best of your personal finance and avoiding the pitfalls Running time 35 minutes - First broadcast 28th March 2011
30:54 minutes (14.15 MB)Adam Aiken joins Tim MacWilliam with his regular advice feature for getting the best of your personal finance and avoiding the pitfalls Running time 35 minutes - First broadcast 18th April 2011
13:41 minutes (15.66 MB)
Active Norfolk Fit 4 Work Corporate Games 2011 Podcast
57:59 minutes (39.83 MB)
LGBT Issues, News and Listings for Norwich with great music! This week a callout for LGBT parents from a BBC Documentary Maker, Read Out Proud discussion of the Chrysalids and review of Kaboom.
58:05 minutes (39.89 MB)
This week's show features a live set from Kimberley Moore, the Read Out Proud book is 'The Colour Purple' , Gaytime TV focuses on Grey's Anatomy and you'll hear the usual Vox Pops, News and local listings. Great music including Nicki Minaj, the YEah Yeah Yeahs and a medley of your favourite LGBT TV themes.
57:59 minutes (39.82 MB)
The 27th June show features Wimbledon (fashion and grunting), Dr Who and the usual Listings and News as well an interview with Hazel Simons of LGBT/Disabled Group. Read Out Proud is Alan Hollinghurst's The Line of Beauty.
18:55 minutes (34.64 MB)Tim Macwilliam talks to Scott and James, members of the band The-Colour talk about their new charity release for The Bryan Gunn Leukaemia Appeal intitled 'Who Are Ya!' to suit the theme. They say it's a 'Norfolk song for the Norfolk people and a Norfolk club.'
58:18 minutes (40.03 MB)
In this week's Pride Live we talk Pride London, Dogs and Sarah Waters, Read Out Proud is about a Gay Teen Coming of Age novel and as usual there's great music including Epic East live in the studio.
57:52 minutes (39.73 MB)
In this week's show Di and Luke talk to Martin from Sinsins about love stuff, we hear about Dugald Ferguson's photography exhibition, Eloise O'Hara's paintings, and Dug Digs the floats and costumes pimped at the Lord Mayor's Procession. The winner of the Pride Dog competition is announced and the Pride Chive Scone is launched. Great Music, News and Listings too.
57:33 minutes (39.52 MB)
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The final show before the big day is about Norwich Pride. We'll be talking about the events on, and leading up to Saturday 30th July; we’ve got a fiendish music competition which lasts all week, we'll hear from from Passion Productions dancers who'll be on the Pride main stage, we find out more about what's going on for people who want to party, people who want to picnic and people who want to parade. Loads of great music too as well as News and that all important Weather Report - will the sun shine on Norwich on the 30th and Cromer on the 31st?
59:12 minutes (40.66 MB)