Wednesday, 28 March 2012

march 30th Rose Taylor

Rose is a young writer from St Agnes coming on the show this week along with regular contributor, Myrna Combellack.

Saturday, 24 March 2012

March 23rd

 On Do the write thing, Dawn Sirley with her memoirs of growing up in the 50s and 60s in Cornwall.  How things have changed and judging by the feedback, it brought back memories for a lot of people who can remember what life was like then. Dawn was the eldest of eight and her tales of keeping goats and rabbits were a pleasure to hear.
Music from New Reed, poetry loops all by Paul Farmer. Other music by Willy Wilson, Miss Ann Foxglove and Perry St John.

March 21st

What another triumph for the Blantyre drama group at the Keay today. Such a lot of energy and enthusiasm and that is just the audience!!
The theatre was standig room only and everyone pulled together to make it look easy though we all knew what hard work went into it!!
Well done to everyone and thanks to those who helped make it possible.

March 16th

In the studio today, Roger Radcliffe from StAgnes. He gave us some great poems and he is also curator of the St Agnes museum. You can visit the museum for free and also buy his book whilst you are there.
Music today from Bob Devereux, Konteth Karrek choir and Willy Wilson.

Friday, 16 March 2012

Eden storyteller Diana Mullis March 7th

This week we had Diana Mullis from the Eden storytellers in the studio and she brought two of her tales in the oral tradition of storytelling. Music was from the A39s, Willy Wilson, Bert Biscoe and Konteth Karrek choir.
To listen to this showplease click on the link below.

Wednesday, 7 March 2012

St Pirrans special march 2nd

In the studio we had Bronia, Nikki, Ali and Allen. Niki and Bronia were two of Allens creations, Dorcas and Lulu, cornish ladies of a certain age.
We had all the cornish songs plus stories from me and Ali.
No show last week due to me having a truly awful bug.
Hopefully we will have the lovely Marge on again in a few weeks.
To listen to the show click on the link below