Photographer/film Director Ilana Rein welcomes newbie Chloe Devlin to the team before discussing the nature of reality with Matt Cardum from the University of Lincoln Events office.
Alex Lewczuk and his regular co-hosts present the perfect show to be hearing while you’re steering – with an added dose of the big things from the worlds of literature and culture.
Marketing and Communications Officer for the Los Angeles Zoo Association Emily Marrin launches the second part of the programme.
Singer Songwriter Paul Zollo, Star Trek expert Larry Nemecek and Director/Producer/Acting Coach Phil Leirness cover a range of issues with Hannah Brown ( whose epic challenge merits a full music bed) Tessa Snart, Holly Mcg and Fiona Williams with echoes of Peggy Lee`s `Is that all there is ?` throughout .
Singer/Songwriter Elles Bailey makes a welcome return to the programme in the midst of her latest UK tour before author/musician/photographer Paul Zollo discusses his outstanding writing work with Tom Petty and many more. The programme concludes with a special Birthday greeting for a member of the Snart family !
Events and Conferences Officer Natalie Dilworth makes her programme debut with news of the amazing world of Open Days at the University of Lincoln. Andy Kerr & Anna Lewis discuss the latest challenges from Jersey and Alex Lewczuk connects with Kelly Craig & Dr Rachel Casey from the Dog`s trust to find out the true…
Annette Andre shares another premier audio missive from San Diego, the voice of the Honey Monster demonstrates his Latin credentials and Phil Leirness follows in the transport footsteps of Nick & Joanna Grazilli as the programme continues its journey through the audioverse.
Professor Jason Whittaker provides Anna Lewis with some advice on moving homes, William Coles & Alex Lewczuk attempt to come to grips with Skype and Shaeleigh Mackenzie is delighted to hear about Angela Rippon`s upcoming Television mini-documentaries.
Novelist William Coles launches the programme from Edinburgh whilst Hannah Brown, Natasha Armstrong, Tessa Snart & Alex Lewczuk welcome musician Phil Rambow to the programme before discussing the legacy of Sir Roger Moore with Starburst literary editor Ed Fortune and premier Producer Arthur Weingarten & actress Annette Andre in San Diego.
The programme continues with the Midweek Drive debut of ace actress Jayne Heitmeyer ( after a couple of technological phone-line challenges ) who shares her experiences of `Maps to the Stars`, Earth: Final Conflcit and more with Editor/Writer Tara Bennett in LA and the Lincoln team before Sara Bullimore looks ahead to the June Newark…
Professor Fiona Moore finally co-hosts an entire programme which segues from Camo in Nashville to Jeannette Longworth & Simon Sanchez from www.blunderbus.co.uk with Shaeleigh Mackenzie, Sam Stone, David J Howe, Patricia H Ash, Andy Kerr, Ed Fortune , Alan Stevens and Alex Lewczuk.