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The breakfast show couldn't possibly be the full menu without Ysella Sims poet from POETIC LICENCE. ..... her poetry so good I want to paint to it!!! I've never said that before......... PLUS Susie David from the waters of goddess & Fran Gyn. This was our last show of 2021. OMG did we party or what!! Brilliant info from Martin Seager and big up to …
 
A sparkly conversation with cellist Margit van der Zwan. Exciting times when she toured with the band Elbow for five years. It was brilliant to catch up with her many creative endeavours including recently devising and publishing a brand new card game "Quartet", song-writing and recording her very catchy single "Oo La La" with her band The Ladybird…
 
It's fabulous fun interviewing Saff Juno on 'The Full Totnes Breakfast Show'. We air three of her songs including her debut recording "December Daisies." We find out how she started her career as a singer-songwriter, the story of her new band and the passion she exudes for making music. One of her dreams is making it to Glastonbury - the stages! So…
 
James Turner enthralls us with his deep and mystical poetry but he knows full well how to make a person laugh too. You can't help brimming over with euphoric optimism after listening to this poet. His recent association with SPORK poetry mentorship programme CHANGED HIS LIFE and we learn the how and the why of it all.…
 
Robert Garnham, newly appointed BARD OF EXETER appears on the show with ex-Grand Bard and Bard of Exeter, Jackie Juno. How can Jackie Juno point Robert in the right direction? Well, tune in to hear her tips! Poetry spills out of their mouths and much merriment ensues.
 
Kerry's daughter Astrid tries hard to budge her way onto the show but she's whisked away by her dad Steve, well she's only a baby! A great opportunity to hear what starting again on the student trail has been like for Kerry who was accepted at the prestigious music college Guildhall in London. Kerry sheds light on the course, telling us about her c…
 
Great Friday show with featured artist Caro Emerald, singer-songwriter. Active since 2007, she rose to prominence in 2009 with her debut single, "Back It Up". Her follow-up single "A Night Like This" topped charts in the Netherlands. Emerald is often praised for her live performances. With Martin Seager on weather/traffic/what's on.…
 
I've been following Marcy's work online for a few years and I can only tell you she is an extraordinary writer. Today was a beautiful joy having a writer of this calibre on the show, breathing into her words and sending them into life over 1025FM airwaves. I know, it is just a question of time before she hits the bookshelves and is a writer that ev…
 
A jaunty conversation with Joe of White Space Art in Totnes, telling us about the new art exhibition at 72 Fore Street, Totnes, with artist 'Ellen Watson', show entitled "A Walk To The Sea." Joe reveals that life was not always about art galleries, indeed, he has a backdrop of interviewing and journalistic skills with "The Scotsman" in Edinburgh, p…
 
A lovely warm glow emits from 62 Fore Street, Totnes, I reckon it's Harry Potter and his magic wand dancing around 'The East Gate Bookshop'! A fun conversation with Nigel about how he and Claire came to live in Totnes. We discovered how the mutual love of books propelled them to 'TAKING THAT CHANCE' and starting the business, flinging the doors ope…
 
Great fun chatting with Steve Nayar today about his forthcoming art workshop in Mauritius, Totnes & Dartington Open Art Studios and his own powerful work, focussing on endangered species (nayartist.com). Catching up with Susie David, our roving "sea salt" reporter, today in stormy South Milton sands. Adrian Birtwell chatting with Martin Seager abou…
 
On Saturday night Glorious Chorus were at long last singing live again in the public domain in the wonderful Totnes cinema as part of Totnes XX. A sell-out gig (covid-safe), audience completely enraptured hearing live music for the first time in many moons. Even their rehearsal outside Mountain Warehouse on Totnes High Street pulled the attention o…
 
Do you ever fantasise about running an arts centre? Well, listen in to this podcast to hear it from the horse's mouth. An accidental promotor originally, turns into a creator of space, an applier of dedicated time and energy, a people-catcher and audience-pleaser. Andy has brought so many bands/musicians/poets/talented folk to the space. The heartl…
 
Have you ever had several panic attacks trying to prepare your house for visitors? You have, then look no further for the poem of a lifetime that will fully employ your laughing tackle. Edward Tripp is a stand-up poet who lives in Devon. He combines words, high-drama (and occasional theatrical effects) to convey a range of deep esoteric truths. Edw…
 
Voodoo happened in the shape of a WhatsApp connection with Sarah Kidd, Tracie Gillies and Jane Hughes who tell us all about the fab programme of events kicking off this week in town. A lively chat with the makers and shapers of all things fabulous; films, bands, dj-ing, art, poetry events connected to Lee Friese-Greene's festival, Totnes XX. Much h…
 
At 8.20am Julie Mullen connects with artist, art therapist, psychologist Ellie Baker who has recently taken up residency over the bridge in St. Ives, Cornwall. A very inspiring chat about the healing power of art, Ellie's own personal journey in art and growing up with a well known actor father, George Baker. We check-in with Margie Barker about To…
 
Jacqui Perks from Jamming Station Totnes chatting to Julie Mullen about growing up in Liverpool and Jacqui's singing background with 'Wally' her dad, asking her to do the backing vocals. We learn how music had such a big impact on her early years. Not surprising is that Jacqui with help from her friend Lee Friese-Greene put Jamming Station on the m…
 
We invited artist Fiona Green at 8.20am on the show today to discuss her involvement with Totnes XX. Her art exhibition is scheduled to open at The Gatehouse on Thursday 14th and goes on until Wed 20th October, 10-4. It's called Passion for Colour and is in aid of Landworks, a resettlement and rehabilitation charity that works with people in prison…
 
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