The Poetry Show talks about GRANDPARENTS followed by Stairwell Books Presents: Declan Minskip & barriers to writing: how can we surmount these?
The Poetry Show Season Two Episode Two is about our grands: the ones we inherit from our parents, the ones we find, the elders we may eventually become.
After that we have a Stairwell Books Presents discussion about writing, and barriers we may face before we even get started. Two Rivers producer Declan Minskip bravely endures Rose’s questions (eeek) (only kidding. I’m not scary….am I?) with planned input from Emily Drew. Can depression stop creativity dead or can we harness the isolation and introspection of at least a milder depression to tap our thoughts? No one will suggest we just “snap out of it.” Mental health issues will affect most of us at some point in our lives.
Today’s show will feature live music from the brilliant Van Der Neer who will be performing in advance of the release of their upcoming album ‘Quick Silver’. The band will be talking about their background and future plans.
Mark & Zoe will also be joined by British wrestling guests;
‘The Hot Blooded’ York born and bred Dom Black, who is the Number One Contender for the True Grit Championship.
‘The Opportunist’ young and upcoming talent Myles Kayman
We will also be featuring the results from last month’s Kid-b challenge and setting up a new challenge for the following show. Playing a mix of well-known and indie music. Boris will be challenging the HMGW team, Dom and Myles to a fun wrestling knowledge quiz. There will be a competition to win True Grit wrestling Tickets to their 9th June Retribution show. So make sure you tune in to find out more about this great opportunity.
1 – 2pm – The Poetry Show & Stairwell Books Presents…
We will be looking again at ‘work’ with the Podcast
2 – 3pm – Fasil Demsash presents another edition of Black
York. Tune in for insightful chat and great music from
around the globe!
3 – 4pm – This hour is currently vacant so it’ll be a pick ‘n mix.
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4 – 5pm – Juliet chats to Mike Phan about his journey from Vietnam to the UK after being saved by the Red Cross. We talk about him arriving in Britain, how he and his family settled and how this affected his life trajectory. Listen in to a great mix of 70s and 80s music and thought provoking conversation.
5 – 7pm – Catch A Fire will be burning up the Two Rivers Radio
studio. Expect some big tunes and heavy bass – get
your skank on this Monday evening. #morefiyah
7 – 9pm – HMGW is back with you monthly dose of fantastic #livemusic, gaming & #ukwrestling news.
Tune in this evening for “Soul soaked rock” as Van Der Neer are live in session and for interviews
with not one, not, two, but three of the finest local
wrestlers! Boris Koslov @hotbloodeddom
9 – 10pm – We will be visiting the archives and bringing you a
Soul Show from weeks gone by as Paul Coull can’t
be with us this evening.
10 – 11pm – Upside Your Mind takes you on a trip from the
Basement to the Tropics and back – eclectic.
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“Fear not, dear listeners, you’ll find nothing lurking in the sahdows, no tendrils protruding from the crevasses of this show. Take a deep breath and dive into the known. The old saying says that fact is stranger than fiction, but stranger still are the things we only think we know. Expect conspiracies, cryptids, and crackpot theories cooked up by our resident purveyor-of-Weirdness Bob Horton. He’s also an ecologist by trade, so expect plenty of time in the York Zoo, where you’ll learn what Attenborough can’t (or daren’t) show you.”