Former X Factor winner Matt Cardle is touring Kent this summer with his “Intimate & Live” tour. He will be at the Marlowe and Orchard Theatres in July.
His tour has been devised to show his versatility as aside from winning X Factor, his previous albums have all reached the top 10 and he is best known for “When We Collide” – one of the Top 40 best-selling singles of the last decade.
Alongside hits from his previous albums and some personally selected covers, Matt will also be previewing some of his new material from his forthcoming studio album, Higher Power for the first time.
Among his achievements is an award presented last year for “Best West End Debut”, following his role as Huey Calhoun alongside Beverly Knight in the acclaimed West End production Memphis.
He spoke to Jason McCrossan on 106.9 SFM.
He will be at the Marlowe Theatre on Tuesday, July 5. For tickets call 01227 768768 or you can visit marlowetheatre.com
He will also be at the Orchard Theatre on Tuesday, July 19. For tickets call 01322 220000 or you can visit orchardtheatre.co.uk
Monday Matters Reporter Bonnie Britain was lucky enough to meet up with lead singer and writer Dan Gillespie Sells from The Feeling. The band members worked as session musicians for several years before coming together as a group.
Their debut album Twelve Stops and Home was released in the UK in June 2006 and their most recent album “The Feeling” was released on the 4th March 2016.
The Earth Hour project is a charitable organisation organised by the World Wildlife Fund WWF whose mission is uniting people to protect the planet. Earth Hour is a global annual event where millions of people switch off their lights for one hour to show they care about our planet.
Earth Hour 2016 took place in an unprecedented 178 countries and territories, making it the biggest celebration for our planet ever. Shareen Brown spoke to Jason McCrossan on his Saturday morning breakfast show about events happening in the UK.
Monday Matters with Jason McCrossan is broadcast on 106.9 SFM in Kent. On the show tonight we hear the latest news from around the world; the latest from the Oscars and the featured artist is Buddy Holly who would have toured in the UK from 1st March 1958 – and it would be less than a year later the 22 year old was killed in a plane crash.
In the final hour – we play more Buddy Holly songs and hear interviews from his short, but amazingly productive life.
On Jason McCrossan’s Saturday Breakfast Show on 106.9 SFM, ahead of Valentines day he spoke to flirting expert Jean Smith about the art of flirting successfully.
Jean shared her hints and tips to improve how we communicate with each other – using the art of a flutter and a flirt.
Monday Matters reporter Bonnie Britain returns with a look at an event aimed at breast cancer awareness called Coppafeel. Boobball is a charity game held in the olympic park and Bonnie managed to get interviews with some of the players. Tom Fletcher from Mcfly, Ashley James, Gaby Roslin, Dan Edgar and Kate Write from TOWIE and Kristin Hallenga all spoke to our Bonnie.
Monday Matters with Jason McCrossan is broadcast on 106.9 SFM in Swale, Kent.
On the show this evening – the team go through the events of the day as well a report on the job loses in Wales and after 9pm Jason speaks to Dr Jim Hoare about the North Korea he visited and knows.
The featured artist is Robert Palmer and Kyra Cross brings us the latest music news.
A charity single by The Lewisham And Greenwich NHS Choir which includes doctors, nurses and physios is hoping to make this year’s coveted Christmas number one spot.
The song, “A Bridge over You” features a mashup of the smash hit by Coldplay and Simon and Garfunkel, and is an emotional celebration of the thousands of NHS staff who go the extra mile every day.
Caroline Smith who is an alto voice in the Choir, spoke to Jason McCrossan and Kyra Cross on 106.9 SFM Saturday breakfast show. Caroline told Jason that as it’s a charity song, all proceeds will be shared between Carers UK and Mind (including Mind’s sister charities in Scotland and Northern Ireland), and in the new year a smaller percentage will also be distributed amongst smaller charities in the New Year.
A number of celebrities have been linked to the charity single and you are encouraged to download the song and tweet or post #loveyournhs – as Jason, Kyra and Jan did!
The song is available from Itunes, Amazon and google.
For more information or support, the NHS 4 Xmas website is here.
As an MI6 field officer, Matthew Dunn acted in deep-cover roles throughout the world. He was trained in all aspects of intelligence collection, deep-cover deployments, military unarmed combat, surveillance, and infiltration. Matthew has written a new book which is released today called The Spy House and he spoke to Jason McCrossan on 106.9 SFM about spying and his new novel.
The book is avaiable from amazon.
David Videcette is an Ex-Scotland Yard detective, who worked on the anti-terrorism branch of the Met police during the 7 July London bombings in 2005.
He spoke to Jason McCrossan and explains what the UK police and Security Services learned from the 2005 bombings and also says how the cuts to policing could have a detrimental affect on our ability to stop a terrorist attack like that seen in France.