March 30th Show Updates.

More new programmes are available on demand and as downloadable free podcasts.

Bill Everatt’s Underground Edition…
In this weeks show, we listen to the words and music of the band Hitchcock, and Matt Droog will be talking to us from the band.
More Golden Bullox from Andy John.The Urban Legends continue with the Corpse Candles.  Also who said this? Money frees you from doing things you dislike. Since I dislike doing nearly everything, money is handy.

Plus more new music with information on the artists from amongst others Marsha Swanson, J-RHEL, Sarah Warne, Session, The Agua De Coro and Anca.
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The Steve Edge New Music Radio Show…
Steve Edge is back with brand new additions to the Playlist including;-
RainPops – Too Pretty To Love
Delta – Silver and Gold
Moon Medicine – Simple Town
K
rishna Black Eagle – Pheonix Rising
Offset – Worlds Apart
Sarah Warne – The Witness
Sunsoma – Hollow
Heidi – Lost In You
Nova Celtica – New Gold Dream
David Garside – Mr Wise
Auto Pilot – Sound in the House
Matt Dean – Thank God Its Friday
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Footsteps…
Keith Berry-Davies with the March 30th update of Footsteps, presented from the Vicarage in Weston-Super-Mare in England, this programme features news about the Cartoonist Kurt Westergaard who has been in hiding since 2005 when he depicted the Prophet Muhammad with a bomb in his turban.  News also of the recent events in Tibet, about the lack of religious freedom there and the sub-standard treatment of Asylum Seekers by the UK Government.

A book review of The Must Know Stories by Rev Robert Harrison.  Also, another chance to hear Dave Easterbrooks’ interview with the faith artist Tony Mallah.

Plus music from 1 to 1, Pagan band the Blue Horses, AltarD, Common Destiny, the Reverend Zen and Homeless in America.

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