59:59 minutes (34.33 MB)
Kate Roma presenting.
On todays show the latest news from NNF 2011 - Matt Burman and Dasiy Turnville Petre.
Leila Lahfa interviews Tim Clare about his attempt to write and perform 101 Poems in a Day.
Norfolk New Writing Forum hosted by Mark Bond Webster - this month the author Elspeth Barker is interviewed about her most recent work.
Russell J Turner comes into the studio to review Josie Long at the Playhouse and to highlight some forthcoming shows.
Future Radio is pleased to present a new series airing throughout December: 'Soundphiles'
Soundphiles, presented by Kate Roma, will provide a truly eclectic mix from the ancient to the contemporary covering the organic to electronic, folk to experimental, classical to world - the weird and the wonderful.
The series will run over 4 weeks airing on Thursdays throughout December 10pm - Midnight.
Playlists and podcasts will be found on the show homepage after each episode airs.
58:48 minutes (23.56 MB)
Peter Beck presents;
Mary Gauthier interviewed by Kate Roma at Norwich Arts Centre; Alan Smalls reviews the latest play from the Sewell Barn Theatre and Peter talks to Bob Percy (the purveyor of wonders) and David from the Bicycle Shop about forthcoming events there.
In one of the closest run finals in the competitions' history, Hello Bear are the winners of Next Big Thing 7.
60:00 minutes (34.34 MB)
Peter Beck presents:
Music from Next Big Thing Semi Final 1 bands.
Kate Roma talks to Peter about the semi finals of the NBT 2010
Russell J Turner reviews the Pillowman recently on at Norwich Playhouse
Bev Bishop from Creative Arts East talks to Peter about forthcoming projects.
40:10 minutes (16.1 MB)Simone and Toby present 45 minutes of film talk, including new cinema releases, the latest film news, and soundtracks. This week features special guest Chris Rodden, who programmes and introduces films screened at Cinema City and the Sainsbury's Centre for Visual Arts, tying in with the art exhibitions at the SCVA. The current exhibition, Surreal Friends, celebrates the artistic achievements, extraordinary lives and enduring friendship of three leading women surrealists who fled Europe in the 1940s and came together in Mexico City in 1943.