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Back for Good and Bat For Lashes, Radiodread and Macs....

Huw Stephens Huw Stephens | 17:02 UK time, Thursday, 31 August 2006

i still havent quite recovered from Reading, had a lot of fun there though. so much ace music going on and not enought ime to see it all. Mastodon, YYY's, Arctic Monkeys, Get Cape and Primal Scream stick out though. Ooh, and Mazimo Park on the last night. blogged about it on my myspace too with atop ten of highlights. ignore the bit about Imogen from big Brother though innit:)
tonights ite the Raido 1 Wales show with Beth Elfyn, and we've got a few stormign Reading live tracks to play.
Had loads of fun doing the covers show on Tuesday - thanks to all of yall for suggestions of covers. the Wedding Present sesison was special - Back for Good has never sounded so good! Listen again if you missed it.
this Staurday im off to Macs Fest in Carmarthen - its a strong line up with Automatic, Euros CHilds, Texas Radio band, Kentucky AFC, Killa Kella, High Contrast and loads more playing. Gonna be introducing a few of the bands there and a spot of djing too.
not sure what m doing tonight, but Rob has Bat For Lashes in sesison on his show tonight - gonna have to give it a listen!
currently playing: Radiodread. genius:)

Comments

  1. At 04:31 PM on 22 Nov 2006, Bob wrote:

    Dear bbc raido 1 I was very dissopinted when you did the comment about antie bulling week. The vale first and middle school are doing a lot about antie bulling week! There are compestions games on line at www.vale.w-sussex.sch.uk and they have a friend ship bench antie bulling children who were special armbands and they have to tell children off a bit like a teacher or an adult! On friday this week the vale middle school are going to do some thing very eye spotting. Come and look at the vale school in vale avenue or vale drive! PLEASE CAN YOU SAY THIS ON THE RADIO IN THE ANTIE BULLING POINT OF YOUR RADIO TALK! YOURS SINSERLY BOB

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