Lucy Dixon star of Waterloo Road and Hollyoaks chatting to Dave Stearn about preparations for the 2016 panto at Buxton Opera House, in her starring role of Snow White.
In a quest to find the most hilarious jokes and one-liners from the world-famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival, TV channel Dave sought help from 10 of the UK’s foremost comedy critics. They searched the venues at the festival to find and nominate their favourite jokes that were then put to the public vote.
Pure’s Bradley Lucy caught up with Steve North; the GM of Dave TV to discuss the winning joke, how you can take part next year and what the Fringe festival means to up and coming comics.
Derby born Folk Award winner Lucy Ward came into the Roots & Fusion studio on her way to Manchester for a trip round Afleck’s Palace.
She sang five songs including an A Cappella version of King Willie – also known as Child Ballad #6, Willie’s Lady
We also recorded a bit of a chat, that lasted a good 15 minutes before I decided I should play some more music…
Wonderfully recorded as always by Aaron Hixon (www.soundcloud.com/brokenchiken)
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Lucy Zirins returned to Roots & Fusion for her fourth session, and this time she brought a friend – double bass player Andy Crowdy.
Lucy has just released her latest EP, What’s In Front Of Me, recorded with her touring band The Southern Company.
She & Andy played 5 songs from the EP and had a chat with Rick.
1) What’s In Front Of Me
2) Falling To Pieces
3) You Won’t Remember Me
5) Worry & The Wine
Roots & Fusion sessions are recorded by Aaron Hixon – www.soundcloud.com/brokenchicken
The Lesbian and Gay Foundation run a weekly Drugs Clinic, aimed at helping people who have a problem with using alcohol and illegal substances.
Under the Rainbow has been speaking to their Wellbeing Manager, Lucy Rolfe.