The 106.9 SFM Christmas Pantomime 2014: Snow White and the SFM Dwarves!
Packed full of everything you ever wanted in a panto: innuendo, amateur acting… and Terry Wogan.
Narrator: Nick Berry
Producer: Kyra Cross
Snow White: Lauren Holtum
Buttons: Dan Pope
Prince: Gary Croucher
Wicked Stepmother: Jason McCrossan
Widow Twanky: Pete Flynn
Magic Mirror: Mark Rogers
Roger, the crazy Professor: Roger Wingco Wrapson
Fairy Rockfather: Dave Fuller
Doc: Tony Weaver
Rocky: Kev Wilson
Poppy: Kevin Field
Indie: Darren Lawrence
R: Ollie Field
B: Lui Haider (R + B, geddit?)
Margaret: Sam Gillham
WITH A SPECIAL APPEARANCE FROM:
Terry Wogan: Stuart Baker
Jason McCrossan presents the final Saturday Breakfast show of 2014. Jason is joined by Kyra Cross bringing the latest travel news and listener updates and there are the usual features including Tranquil Time with Gill Fraser Lee – the last poem of the year is called Winter Landscape by John Berryman; Feather Barkweasle makes her last appearance of 2014; there is a Christmas edition of Pick of The Number One Pops – where all the songs were number one on the Christmas days of 1965, 1975, 1985 and 1995.
In the final hour – Stu James joins the show to challenge Kyra for the Christmas Crown as we play Blockbusters with the late and great Bob Holness.
The Sittingbourne & Kemsley Light Railway is the preserved southern half of the former Bowater’s Railway built to move the raw materials for paper making and also the finished products around the mill at Sittingbourne.
Jason & Kyra from Monday Matters on 106.9 SFM took a trip on their Santa train – and even got to meet santa.
In the final hour of Monday Matters Jason had the John Lennon hour – which included music as well as an edited 20 minutes of the final interview John ever did with the BBC’s Andy Peebles on 6th December 1980 – two days later he was shot five times by 25 year old Mark Chapman outside the Dakota building in New York City.
Chapman had been stalking Lennon for days and asked for an autograph as Lennon walked through the courtyard. After he signed a piece of paper Chapman fired. Lennon was pronounced dead from a massive loss of blood at 11.30pm.
John Clare was an English poet, the son of a farm labourer, who came to be known for his celebratory representations of the English countryside and his lamentation of its disruption. His poetry underwent a major re-evaluation in the late 20th century and he is often now considered to be among the most important 19th-century poets.
The poem December by John Clare is read by Gill Fraser Lee (@AHappyflower) on Jason McCrossan’s Saturday Breakfast show on www.sfmradio.com.
Mike Culley is from the Southend Planetarium and chats to Jason about NASA’s Rosetta mission to land on the 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko comet as well as his highlights of 2014 and a look forward to 2015.