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Interview Sunday 29th November 2020

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Based in Lakenheath, Suffolk, Wing Song are a duo featuring vocalist Linda Spencer and keyboard player and vocalist Sue Crowe. They performed ‘Saltwater’ at a concert last year with just piano and vocals and decided to record and release the song as they felt the message about climate change is still very poignant. ‘Saltwater’ was originally released in 1991 and 2016 by Julian Lennon who

co-wrote it with Leslie Spiro and Mark Spiro.

Sue Crowe

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Interview Sunday 22nd November 2020

Right Said Fred who are a London-based English band formed by brothers Fred and Richard Fairbrass in 1989. Their achievements include number 1 hits in 70 countries including one US number 1, one UK number 1, and a number 1 in Japan.

Right Said Fred

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Simon Gross – AKA MR SHOWBIZ is set to release a Christmas charity single “Showbiz Christmas”, a song about the very best of Christmas – a real earworm, sold to raise money for Age UK.


Taking us back to a time when cheesy catchy pop was in the charts all year round “Showbiz Christmas” is evocative of the novelty party hits of Black Lace, the knowing wink high-camp of Right Said Fred with a children’s presenter style nod to Slade. All combining to make one of the catchiest

Christmas songs you’ve heard in years.

Mr Showbiz

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Interview Sunday 6th December 2020

Limahl Won the hearts of millions of fans in the 80s as the lead singer of British band Kajagoogoo, Limahl enjoyed the instant celebrity of hitting the top of the charts with his debut single ‘Too Shy’ which was followed by two more Top 20 hits ‘Ooh to Be Ah’ & ‘Hang on Now’ (all of which he co-wrote).

Limahl

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Interview Sunday 20th December 2020

David Barry

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Interview Sunday 17th January 2021


David Barry has been an actor for more than sixty years, having worked with some great actors in his time, including Laurence Olivier, Paul Scofield, Vivien Leigh, Tyrone Power, Mai Zetterling, Anthony Quayle and many others, including the great cast from Please Sir! and The Fenn Street Gang. Having cut his teeth writing television scripts with episodes of Keep It In The Family for Thames Television, David had his first novel, Each Man Kills, published in 2002.

Next up under the Spotlight

24th January. 11.30am

VALERIE LEON

Valerie Leon made her West End debut in

FUNNY GIRL with Barbra Streisand at  the

London’s Prince of Wales Theatre.


This was followed by many TV appearances which include The Saint and The Persuaders, The Baron, Randall and Hopkirk Deceased, The Avengers, Up Pompeii, Nobody is Norman Wisdom, The Goodies, Roy’s Raiders and The Morecambe and Wise Show.

Valerie Leon