First Monday of the month and it’s time for another selection of poetry, spoken word and music, coming to you over the internet in a live broadcast from Radio Wildfire.
From amongst the work recently uploaded via our ‘Submit’ page, there’ll be poetry from landscape poet and sound manipulator Mark Goodwin with music and mix from German producer Schillerschule, instrumentals from Ben Macnair plus, from Cornucopia Radio the very wonderful ‘The Lovesong of J D Wetherspoons’ written by Christopher Bellamy & Brian Stephenson – an excellent addition to our programming, we think, with Valentine’s Day on the horizon.
Also amongst the read and the said, we’ll be featuring a newly released cd from Paul Lester, just himself accompanied by himself, enthralling with more of his off-kilter poems and tales; and we’ll be going back to the Offa’s Press live cd recording to hear a selection of pieces from their anthologies.
And, as well as the aforementioned Lovesong, we’ll be cashing in on the looming mid-February lovefest like a red rose seller hawking wares around a candlelit restaurant, with tracks selected from the Radio Wildfire archive, including extracts from Julie Boden’s Love in Leamington and more words …
The show, as always, is presented by poet and performer Dave Reeves and produced byVaughn Reeves with backroom support from Ali McK.
Join us: Monday 1st February from 8.00 pm UK time at www.radiowildfire.com
Radio Wildfire: where roses are read
… 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!
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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. www.radiowildfire.com broadcasts live 8.00-10.00pm (UK time) on the first Monday of every month.