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live music from guitarist Will McNicol, some young musical rockers; Hysteria and a bit of jazz from Men Behaving Tradly

4 hours
First broadcast:
Saturday 15 June 2013

Live and local music, special guests and lots of fun for a Saturday morning.

On today's show we'll have our fortnightly catch up with the two Devon couples on a coastal challenge with a difference, paddling - and cleaning - their way around the UK.

As always there's plenty of live music too.

The musicians in one of the local acts today - Hysteria - are all under 14 years old!

There's jazz from the 'slightly older' performers; Men Behaving Tradly.

We'll find out how music can help people with Parkinson's Disease.

Plus award winning guitarist Will McNicol will be performing live.

And we're off to the cinema after midday for our weekly film review in Moxham's Movies.

  • Men Behaving Tradly

    Men Behaving Tradly

    Steve Dow, Zoe 'Dave' Lambeth, Tony Mann and Bob Martin are Men Behaving Tradly.

    They perform music from the early jazz period through to the Great American Songbook.

    They come from a wide range of musical backgrounds including musical theatre, blues, show bands, brass bands and teaching music and have a vast shared repertoire.

    Some of the band members of Men Behaving Tradly suspect that 'Dave' may not be a fella? We'll meet them and hear them play on today's show.

    Men Behaving Tradly's website
  • Hysteria


    Hysteria formed when their ages ranged from just seven to 10 years old.

    They are still all under 14!

    We'll meet Josh, Maisie Shaw, brothers Zach and Ben, and "Chief Headbanger" Kian when they perform live on today's show.

    Hysteria's website
  • Moxham's Movies

    Moxham's Movies

    BBC Radio Devon's resident film reviewer, Paul Moxham, joins the Saturday morning shenanigans to offer his opinion on some of the week's new releases.

    This week it's the biggie, Man of Steel. One of the biggest films of the year is a reworking of the Superman story from the producers of the Batman trilogy.

    Hear what self-confessed superhero geek Paul thinks of it after 12.

  • Around Britain 4 Britain

    Around Britain 4 Britain

    The next in our fortnightly catch up with Nick, Lee, Jo and Philippa as they make their way around the UK coastline.

    The men paddling kayaks, and the women organising 16 beach cleans en-route.

    And it all started out because of a teddy bear....

    AB4B on Facebook
  • Will McNicol

    Will McNicol

    Will is from Bournemouth but is back in Devon this weekend for a reunion with his old university pals.

    Whilst he was studying in Plymouth, Will won the title of UK Acoustic Guitarist of the Year, 2011.

    He's taking time out from his trip back to the county to perform live and tell us what he's been up to in the past couple of years.

    Will's website
  • The Parky Singers

    The Parky Singers

    Helen Sheppard is a singer, songwriter and voice coach who runs a singing school in Paignton.

    Last year, she started working with a lady with Parkinson's called Val Young.

    Val visited Helen every week for a singing lesson and they developed a great working relationship.

    They'll be here to tell us all about the Parky Singers and how music can be a therapy for people with Parkinson's.


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