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Monday Matters from 13th April – featuring Mike Culley from the Southend Planetrium
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
The final Monday Matters with Jason McCossan of 2014 includes the Quiz of 2014 with Kyra Cross and Nicky B; Crap Karaoke and a look back at the year in music including those who passed away.
Also, Jason and Kyra pay a visit to Santa on the Sittingbourne and Kemsley Light Railway Santa Train and how else to finish but with the story ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.
On the show today, Jason speaks Catherine Roberts about the subject of Dark Tourism – people who visits places or sites that have been the location for an event involving death or murder.
Also the featured artist is US country singer, songwriter and one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century Johnny Cash whose birthday is on 26th February. Kyra has the gig guide and latest music news.
In Music Matters we play interviews and music from the life of George Harrison who would have been 71 on 25th February. George was the guitarist and vocalist with The Beatles, the world’s most successful group. As a solo artist he had the 1970 worldwide No.1 single ‘My Sweet Lord’. He was also a member of the Traveling Wilburys with Tom Petty, Roy Orbison & Bob Dylan.
And we give the last word to Harold Ramis died at the age 69
Monday Matters with Jason McCrossan on 106.9SFM – broadcasting to Swale in Kent and to the world on www.sfmradio.com.