So you missed my one hour special on BBC Radio Merseyside’s Folkscene on Sunday?
Well, actually everybody did to an extent – the last 15 minutes wasn’t broadcast due to a technical glitch.
Don’t worry if you missed my appearance yesterday on BBC Radio Merseyside – it is on their Listen Again feature.
I spent a lovely half hour chatting to Jimmy McCracken about songwriting, Woody Guthrie, Malcolm Pinnegar of The Dirty Thirty, and AFC Liverpool.
I will be appearing live with my guitar on BBC Radio Merseyside this Sunday (9th June 2012).
I’ll be on from around 2pm chatting and playing live to Jimmy McCracken.
You can hear BBC Radio Merseyside on 95.8FM or online at http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/radio/bbc_radio_merseyside/listenlive
I will be appearing live on this Saturday’s Spencer Leigh Show “On The Beat” (14th April) on BBC Radio Merseyside at 7pm.
I will be talking about the forthcoming Woody Guthrie Special at The Phil featuring Woody’s daughter Nora, and about my gigs supporting folk icon Andy Irvine this month.
This is a quick post to tell you to tune in to BBC Radio Merseyside on Sunday night/Monday morning.
I’m being played on Roger Hill’s Pure Musical Sensations, his alternative music show.
The show starts at midnight and runs through until 2am.
I’ll be headlining at Levellers Day at Warwick Hall Garden in Burford this Saturday.
This years theme is jobs – the future of employment.
The speakers include climate jobs expert Barbara Harriss-White, Newsnight’s Economics Editor Paul Mason, and Leader of the communications union (and fellow Scouser) Billy Hayes.
I’ll be appearing on BBC Radio Merseyside’s flagship folk show Folkscene on Thursday night as the guest of the always charming Geoff Speed.
Okay, I know I said this last week and I got my mucking dates fuddled up but tonight really is the night!!
Those in the Leicestershire area will be able to listen in to the Breakfast Show on Radio Leicester on Mon (7 March) to hear me chatting about my new song The Dirty Thirty.
I’ll be on BBC Radio Merseyside on Friday on the Billy Butler Show, talking about a John Lennon style bed in that I’ll be taking part in at the Bluecoat at the end of the month.
I might even be playing a song.
There’s a great report on BBC Radio 4′s Today programme this morning about the protest outside Lib Dem conference.
The Oh Mr Cameron song gets an airing too, so you’ll hear me singing my little heart out for a bit.
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