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.
The programme continues with Bill Coles sharing his thoughts on the concept of `Mayland`, Steve Dickinson counting down the hours to the 4th SciFi Scarborough event, Natasha Armstrong experiencing her first phone-link and Phil Leirness bringing a whole new concept to the notion of dramatic exits.
Jean Bruce-Scott & film-maker Darren J Scales discuss `Darkwave`, `Airwolf` and more before Randy Reinholz shares his thoughts from another part of San Diego . Kayleigh Carr then discusses online buzz with Natasha Armstrong and Phil Leirness brings some key directorial advice to Tessa Snart and Holly McGratten.
USA Editor for the world`s No 1 Sci-Fi magazine Tara Bennett returns to speak of Buffy, Otters and more before UK Editor Richard Edwards shares his thoughts on the genre and film director Phil Leirness concludes the programme with his customary elan.
Gareth Kavanagh makes his programme debut with more news on the 3rd Vwoorp Vwoorp issue ahead of the final word on this year`s Academy Awards from film critic Richard Fitzwilliams in London and Director Phil Leirness in Los Angeles.
Another perceptive audio contemporary commentary from www.annetteandre.com leads to Ed Fortune discussing the possibilities for the New Doctor and Lily Holleman and Phil Leirness moving from Minions to Secret Agents- with an added bonus Emma Tinson return.
Producer/Writer Arthur Weingarten shares his FBI experiences before William Coles reports live from Disneyland Paris and Sam Stone, David J Howe and Phil Leirness connect from downtown Hollywood.
Internationally acclaimed Violinist Rachel Barton Pine discusses her musical philosophy, Director Ilana Rein reflects on current people power and provides a tribute to the late Richard Hatch together with Sci-Fi Scarborough co-founder Steve Dickinson and Director James Twynham shares his thoughts on his upcoming movie `Barbie`.
Socially conscious songwriter Alun Parry makes his programme debut after which TV Director Graeme Harper discusses his recent RTS lecture and work on the 21st Century Robin Hood series, Jemma Joy dispenses words of grammatical wisdom and Film Director Phil Leirness shares how feline Fuzz came into his orbit.
The first Midweek Drive for 2017 features Natasha Armstrong, Ben Lewis, Alex Lewczuk, Camo from Nashville, Director Graeme Harper and www.kaldorcity.com with Alan Stevens and Professor Fiona Moore in the first segment of this audacious audio.