Christmas 2007 Underground Edition

Hello again, news about the Christmas update of the Underground Edition.

As it’s Christmas, we have a slight re-arrangement of features in this weeks special programme.  We continue with the new series of Urban Legends, with A Letter from the Front, A poignant seasonal tale from 1914 and the trenches of World War One, read for us by Wing Commander Rob Woods of the Royal Air Force at St Athan.

About three quarters of an hour into the show, I’ll be talking to master photographer Derek Booth about getting the best out of your camera this Holiday, with Dereks tips and tricks.

As always at this time of the year, we have the traditional Christmas message from our alternative Mrs Windsor.

Also who said this?  “Do give books – religious or otherwise – for Christmas. They’re never fattening, seldom sinful, and permanently personal.”

Plus we’ve also got some great new music and information on the artists from amongst others Urban Ego, Eye Spy, Elizabeth, Colin Wilson, JJ Kane and four traditional Carols from the Mormon Tabernacle Choir & Orchestra.

Finally, a quick reminder that in the new year Andrew John will be returning to the Celtica Radio Airwaves, and the Underground Edition too with a load of new features, starting off with a look at the Golden Bull Gobbledegook Awards.  And also in the New Year, we’ll be welcoming a new voice as a regular presenter and also part of our Management Team here at Celtica Radio, that’s Glenda Jenkins.

Merry Christmas!!!

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