May 20th update of the Underground Edition

Hello again, thanks for tuning in, this is Bill Everatt, with the news about the May 20th update of the Underground Edition.

Ok troops, in this weeks show, we have an Urban Legend called The Visitor at Waunfawr, this actually means large moor/heathland in Welsh  Its a large village on the outskirts of Snowdonia National Park, Gwynedd, in North Wales.  The Marconi Company built a large high-powered Long Wave Wireless Telegraph transmitting station near the village in 1914 which worked in association with a receiving station at Tywyn. The building is now used as a climbing centre, although this weeks Urban Legend has a more supernatural than technological basis.

Andrew John seems to be hitting the target this week, you could say.

Also, who said this?  “A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort.”  Now who do you think said that?   “A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort.”

Plus we’ve also got some great music and information on the artists from amongst others Christian Calcatelli, Bali, Talk Engine, Koopa, Public Symphony and Clarity.


May 20th update of the Underground Edition — 2 Comments

  1. Dear Bill and the entire staff at Celtica Radio, Heartfelt thanks for your support and coverage of REVEREND ZEN on your station. Best Regards, Jack Evans & REVEREND ZEN; NY, USA
    Here are the details!
    Best Song Nominee 2007 Los Angeles Music Awards
    Reverend Zen’s “Dangerous Times” receives Best Song nomination in L.A. Music Awards.
    The New York based rock/jazz/R&B group Reverend Zen has just been nominated for Best Song in the 2007 Los Angeles Music Awards (AC/AAA Category) for their song “Dangerous Times”.
    “Dangerous Times” is Reverend Zen’s VH1 Song of the Year Contest Finalist track from the band’s debut cd Angels, Blues & the Crying Moon.’s Independent Study / Artists You Need To Know describes the album as, “Great song writing, lyrics and arrangements from Reverend Zen.” John Schoenberger of Billboard’s Radio and Records adds, “Angels, Blues & the Crying Moon by Reverend Zen is simply a very good record.” All songs on the release were written by band leader Jack Evans and his co writer James Gerard.
    The 17th annual Los Angeles Music Awards take place Nov.29th, 2007 at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles.
    Contact Details:
    Reverend Zen Music; 111 Katonah Ave, Katonah, NY 10536 (914)232-8946; Blakjak Music Records & Anamosa Songs ASCAP:
    use above address.;; Reverend Zen epk at:;
    Available at:; iTunes;;
    Contact Information:
    Jack Evans / Blakjak Music