There’s a brand new 2 hour mix of material in The Loop on Radio Wildfire – Now playing 24/7 a completely new selection of stories, satires, poetry, spoken word, music and interview on www.radiowildfire.com – another two hours of live literature and chat.
In this edition …
The Loop brings you a great, must hear, selection of spoken word, poetry, music and song from Like A Diamond In The Sky, a superb cd from Canada’s Labour of Love magazine.
The Loop brings you a play from the excellent Bunbury Banter Theatre Company, their spine tingling At the Fourth Minute by Lee Ravitz.
The Loop brings you poetry and soundscape from Alison Boston, Paul Lester, who celebrates Earth Hour, and the unaccompanied and unmistakable voice of Roy Mcfarlane.
The Loop brings you a story from Keith Large - larger than life with The Tisbech Terror.
The Loop brings you song from Matt Leonard Price.
The Loop brings you the third part of Mal Dewhirst’s series The Lost Poets. Episode 3: Kenneth Rexroth.
The Loop brings you all this and a couple of hidden tracks.
PLUS: Irons In The Fire: Jan Watts’ Laureate’s Diary - the monthly diary from Birmingham’s Poet Laureate
AND there’s Gary Longden’s Listings, in this month’s show Gary looks back at the year and lists some of his favorite events, venues and poets.
So join us and listen by going to www.radiowildfire.com and clicking on The Loop
(And don’t forget, you can upload soundfiles of your own work to the ‘Submit’ page of the Radio Wildfire website. Mp3s are our preferred format. You can also ensure you always get reminders of upcoming shows on Radio Wildfire by following us on Twitter.)
The Loop is curated by Vaughn Reeves and will play online continuously for the next month, except during our live broadcast on Monday 7th May starting at 8.00pm UK time with a full programme of pre-recorded tracks, live studio guests and conversation.
We hope you enjoy it.
Best wishes from the folk at Radio Wildfire.
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 currently broadcasts live 8.00-10.00pm (UK time) on the first Monday of every month.