Christmas Programmes on Celtica

The Christmas Underground Edition, On-Line and Podcased for Christmas 2008.

In this update; Bill’s special guest is Esteem, a young rapper from North London hoping to make the best music possible and unusually, combines all genres and types of music in his work. In Urban Legends, Wing Commander Rob Woods, the Commanding Officer of the Royal Air Force at Saint Athan reads A Letter from the Front, a poignant and true story of a miracle that happened one Christmas on the fields of Flanders.

Andrew John has been thinking along the lines of silly names for Christmas, after a bishop complained that not enough parents were giving their kids good, solid, traditional names. And we hear the Christmas message from the Queen, although this year due to cutbacks it might be slightly different.

Also who said this? We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give. Plus more great new music in this weeks programme from; Jack Frost and The Christmas Band, JJ Kane, Eye Spy, Juruda Music, Waking the Witch, Pete Walter and Spanx T Urquhart.

The New Music Radio Show
A reminder that Andrew John has brand new additions to the Playlist for December, including;

Lizzie B – Plasticine Man
Weapons of Sound – Tommy [at the Commonwealth Games]
Shimeon – Baby Oh Baby
The Everglades – You Can Be My Radio
Kate Somerset – Hold On
Elpis – Probably
Bash – Romana
Lato – Everybody Knows The Way
Dweeb – What It Is To Breathe
Janis Ian – Today You’re Mine
The Boys from Melbourne Street – Wealthy Man Palmstruck – Piece To Camera One
Paul Saxby – Social Casualty
Jack Frost and The Christmas Band – Jingle Bells

JL’s Sleigh Ride
James Lewis with the Planets Greatest Christmas Grooves in this exclusive programme for Celtica Radio International. With Interviews with Planet 9 and Slim Man and a special interview with Santa.

Plenty of irreverent humour and of course the music with soul.

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