Radio Wildfire tonight!

Seasonally adjusted to take account of the Bank Holiday, April’s show is transmitting on the 2nd Monday of the month relieving your thirst with more live literature and music in our monthly two hour live internet transmission of re.Lit on http://www.radiowildfire.com

There’ll be tracks newly uploaded to our webpage by vocal artist Stephen Mead (USA); poet Huw Parsons (Wales) accompanied by the violin of Jan Hurst; Brendan Gallagher (USA); a play from Cynthia Morrison (USA); with more still to be added to the playlist.

There’ll also be tracks from Can You Hear Me Now, a cd from Canadian poet Linda Stitt.

This month’s play from the Bunbury Banter Theatre Company is The Everything of Nothing by Michelle Powells, a creation myth – with added Weetabix (and parsley sauce).

Plus more poetry, stories and song from the Radio Wildfire archive.

The show is presented as always by poet and performer Dave Reeves.

Join us: Monday 13th April from 8.00 pm UK time at http://www.radiowildfire.com

Radio Wildfire: there is a certain relief in change … (Washington Irving)

re.Lit Live! is produced by Vaughn Reeves with backroom support from Ali McK.

… Why not send your own tracks to Radio Wildfire by going to the
‘Submit’ page of our website and uploading MP3s of your work. Spoken
word and music, comedy, storytelling, poetry, song and aural art, they
are all part of the eclectic mix we are looking for when we create
Radio Wildfire Live!

Follow Radio Wildfire on Twitter @radiowildfire

p.s. Please pass on this information to anyone that you think might be interested. Thank you.

WHAT IS RADIO WILDFIRE?
Radio Wildfire is an independent online radio station which blends
spoken word, poetry, performance literature, comedy, storytelling,
short stories and more with a novel selection of word/music fusion and
an eclectic mix of musical styles. http://www.radiowildfire.com broadcasts
live 8.00-10.00pm (UK time) on the first Monday of every month.

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