Click of the Day - A Week in Radio - 02 July
Pick of the week from BBC Radio Swindon and BBC Radio Wiltshire - audio highlights you might have missed, or want to hear again!
Love local radio? This is your chance to listen again to some golden moments; nuggets of noise - our best bits. Informative, irreverent, serious - but always entertaining. We'll bring you some of the very best bits of BBC Radio Wiltshire.
This is radio to rave about...
Sunday 8th July -
"Zeya" could just be Wiltshire's next big success story. Hear her sing live with Mark Smallman on guitar.
Zeya will be performing at the Marlborough Jazz Festival and at the Sutton Benger Festival on the John Peel Stage.
Saturday 7th July - Lacock Proms 2007
Proms at Lacock... soprano Juliette Pochin talks about why she wants her daughter to be a plumber and you can find out which hit TV theme she wrote and what movie soundtracks she's sung on.
Friday 6th July - Wiltshire's Future F1 Star
As another big weekend for British Formula 1 ace Lewis Hamilton beckons we think we've found an F1 star of the future....
Owen Hunter an 11-year-old from Westbury is, like Lewis Hamilton once did, currently showing off his skills in go-karts...
Thursday 5th July - Baby Abduction
Six weeks after her baby son Sebastian was abducted by his father in America, Swindon woman Samantha Lowry has given her first interview and spoken exclusively to BBC Radio Swindon on Mark O'Donnell's Breakfast Show...
Wednesday 4th July - Labour Pains in GCSEs
Going into labour for the first time has got to be one of the most daunting experiences you'll ever go through - so just imagine what it would feel like if you were just 16 - and about to take one of your GSCE exams.
That's what's happened to Charlotte from Melksham - but she decided to go ahead and sit her exam, even though her waters had just broken...
Zombies in Swindon?
Tuesday 3rd July - Scare in Swindon
Part of a Swindon street was cordoned off for several hours after powder was pushed through the letter of a shop. It meant people working within the cordon were kept in their buildings. One Swindon man found himself confined to the Old Town café on Devizes Road - with his wife stuck a few doors down. William Mills told Shelley Keen what was happening ...
Monday 2nd July - Zombiefied Swindon
People say all sorts of things about Swindon - but no-one's ever accused it of harbouring the undead…until now. A film called 'Attack of the Rat-Faced Zombies' is being filmed in the town in the next few months. David Watkins is the man behind it - and he dropped into the BBC Radio Swindon Breakfast show to tell Mark O'Donnell all about it.
last updated: 09/07/07
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