Malcolm Joseph

Malcolm Joseph – 08/08/2021

Bass player Malcolm Joseph chats to Kev Castle on Nottingham Hospitals Radio about influences, his career, working with Grace Jones, Massive Attack, 7th Heaven and his latest E.P. “Robotronic”

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Daniel James

Daniel James – 08/08/2021

Singer/actor Daniel James chats to Kev Castle on Nottingham Hospitals Radio about Song For Europe 86, 90’s duo Yell, his new music and the inspiration behind his latest songs.

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Thomas Cameron

Thomas Cameron

Tenor Thomas Cameron Talks to Kev Castle On Nottingham Hospitals Radio about his careers, influences, musical theatre and fashion.

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Kev Castle

He’s back: Kev Castle

We’re really happy to welcome Kev Castle back to the NHR studio this Sunday (21/03/2021).

With his blend of music, interviews, Sunday morning energy and of course his ‘Dad Jokes’.

This week, he’ll be chatting to Jo BK all about her 10k MIND fundraising runs she is doing every single day of 2021. Also on the show, author Paula Clark will be chatting about her new book “The Diary Of A Lockdown Mum”

Then of course, they’ll be the Dad Jokes (Did we mention those?). A new book has been purchased. You have been warned!

Join Kev and welcome him back 09:00-12:00 this Sunday.

If that isn’t enough for you, then touch the dial (do they still exist?) We’ve got much more for you this Sunday-

13:00 – 15:00 Join Richard Smith and the team for the Sunday Social

19:00 – 19:30 We continue the Elvis Uncharted Series

20:00 – 20:30 By popular demand we are repeating “Bletchley Girls”, a three part stage play adaptation.

We’re with you 24 hours a day. Listen via your bedside unit or online at http://nhradio.org.uk/play-online/

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