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The Great British Beer Festivals!

Duration:
2 hours, 59 minutes
First broadcast:
Thursday 06 December 2012

A fully interactive show for all the family, featuring music, special guests and listeners on the phone.

Music Played

31 items
  • Image for 10cc

    10cc Wall Street Shuffle

    Million Sellers Vol.13 - The Seventie, Disky

  • Image for Andy Burrows

    Andy Burrows Hometown

    (CD Single), Play It Again Sam UK, 1

  • Image for Lulu

    Lulu To Sir With Love

    The Don Black Songbook, Play It Again, Sam

  • Image for Stevie Wonder

    Stevie Wonder I Wish

    Songs In The Key Of Life (Vol.1), Motown

  • Image for Tom Jones

    Tom Jones What's New Pussycat

    Magic Moments: The Definitive Burt Bacharach Collection, Rhino

  • Image for Cliff Richard

    Cliff Richard Mistletoe & Wine

    It's Christmas (Various Artists), EMI

  • Image for The Doors

    The Doors Touch Me

    The Best Of The Doors, Elektra

  • Image for The Doors

    The Doors Break On Through (To The Other Side)

    The All Time Greatest Rock Songs ..., Columbia

  • Image for Elvis Costello

    Elvis Costello Veronica

    Elvis Costello - Extreme Honey, Warner Bros

  • Image for The Script

    The Script Six Degrees Of Separation

    #3, Sony

  • Image for Marlena Shaw

    Marlena Shaw California Soul

    Sampled 3 (Various Artists), Virgin

  • Image for Robbie Williams

    Robbie Williams Different

    (CD Single), Island, 4

  • Image for Carole King

    Carole King It's Too Late

    Carole King - Tapestry, Epic

  • Image for Carole King

    Carole King Will You Love Me Tomorrow

    Carole King - Tapestry, Epic

  • Image for Carole King

    Carole King (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman

    Carole King - Tapestry, Epic

  • Image for Carole King

    Carole King I Feel The Earth Move

    The Female Touch 2 (Various Artists), Global Television

  • Image for Russ Conway

    Russ Conway Side Saddle

    The Best Of The EMI Years, EMI

  • Image for Elton John

    Elton John Are You Ready For Love

    (CD Single), Southern Fried

  • Image for Cliff Richard

    Cliff Richard The Millennium Prayer

    (CD Single), Papillon

  • Image for Jeff Lynne

    Jeff Lynne Mercy Mercy

    Long Wave, Frontiers Records, 4

  • Image for New Radicals

    New Radicals You Get What You Give

    (CD Single), MCA

  • Image for Gipsy Kings

    Gipsy Kings Bamboleo

    Mundo Latino (Various Artists), Columbia

  • Image for Dave Brubeck

    Dave Brubeck Take Five

    Rediscover The 50's - Here Comes Summ, Old Gold

  • Image for The Overtones

    The Overtones Higher

    Higher, Warner Bros, 3

  • Image for KT Tunstall

    KT Tunstall Suddenly I See

    (CD Single), Relentless Records

  • Image for Steve Winwood

    Steve Winwood Higher Love

    Burning Hearts (Various Artists), Telstar

  • Image for Take That

    Take That Shine

    (CD Single), Polydor

  • Image for Pet Shop Boys

    Pet Shop Boys West End Girls

    Now That's What I Call Music '86, Now

  • Image for One Direction

    One Direction Little Things

    Take Me Home, Sony

  • Image for Ed Sheeran

    Ed Sheeran Lego House

    (CD Single), Asylum, 1

  • Image for Eddie Cochran

    Eddie Cochran Somethin' Else

    The Eddie Cochran Story, EMI, 16

  • Pause for Thought

    From Simon Cohen, who runs a communications agency.

    I’ve noticed that the Leveson report on press standards fails to mention the most famous journalist in the world...

    It’s Superman! Now, why of all the professions he could have chosen, did he decide to be a journalist? To fight for truth and justice.

    But as many Superman fans know, in a recent comic book storyline, Clark Kent resigns from his position at the Daily Planet, fed up with press standards. Unstirred by Lord Leveson’s reference to the Internet as an ‘ethical vacuum’, our favourite superhero is going to take up the fight for truth and justice online - as a blogger.

    And why not? With communication flying across the Internet at superhuman speeds, it would seem to be a perfect place for the Man of Steel.

    Malcolm X once said ‘The media’s the most powerful entity on Earth. They have the power to make the innocent guilty and to make the guilty innocent, and that’s power. Because they control the minds of the masses.’

    In the age of the Internet, we all have the power to control the minds of the masses. Citizen journalists and social media can help take down oppressive regimes. We can even build or break a person’s spirit with a single tweet.

    How we use these superpowers, for good or bad, depends on our own internal fight for truth and justice. Everything we say, everything we do, communicates something about who we are. If I send someone a stupid or insulting message, it reflects more about me and my values, than it it does about them.

    So before we take a poke at press standards, we might consider our own personal standards, and how they come through in the media we put out in the world. As soon as we think we are acting in some kind of ethical vacuum, and there’s no repercussions, the Lex Luthors inside us start rubbing their hands. How will you use the superhuman powers at your fingertips? The world depends on you.

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