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Listen to Coffee Culture, Lunchtime Live and Tea For Two every day to hear a great mix of music, talk and guest interviews with local charities and groups

 
     
   
     
 

JB on Coffee Culture 03/08/2015 interviewing Alan Brooke who had recently returned from Kurdistan region of Iraq.  They discuss the current situation in the war against ISIS and aspects of what is often referred to as the Kurdish Question.

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REX KONINGSOR talks about NO MORE DEATHS

 
 

A special one-off interview

Sam Hampson talks to Rex Konignsor about his work in the Arizona dessert endevouring to eradicate the high death toll of migrant workers from dehydration and No More Deaths one of the projects aimed at raising funds to carry on

Listen to the interview here

Find out more about No More Deaths here

 
     
   
     
 

JJ interviews Dr. Cleasby from the NHS Calderdale Clinical Commissioning Group Governing Body about the proposed closure of Calderdales's A&E department.

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PHIL LEVERINGTON

 
 

Celebrity Chef Phil Leverington came into the studio on the June 22nd 2013 to talk to Dean Wilkinson on the Saturday Breakfast

On the first day of the Halifax Food & Drink Festival, Celebrity Chef Phil Leverington joined Dean on the Saturday Breakfast show to talk about the festival and his passion for locally produced foods

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SARAH McQUAID

 
 

On Wednesday 23rd May 23rd 2012 Sara Hinchliffe spoke to Sarah McQuaid about music, family, touring and more

 

Sarah is currently touring Britain and Ireland (34 dates in 45 days). She took some time off of the busy schedule to chat to Sara about all kinds of things and playing a selection of songs LIVE in the studio

"A great songwriter and traditional singer, and a wonderful guitarist" Mike Harding

"Likely to make the hairs stand up on the back of your neck" Aled Jones

"A voice as rich, matured and knowing as the finest thrice-distilled Irish malt whiskey" fRoots

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SANDI THOM

 
 

On Sunday the 6th of March 2011, Tony Fitton talked to Sandi Thom about her #1 Blues Chart single "House of the Rising Sun", working with Joe Bonamassa and what's coming up from her next

Sandi Shot to fame in 2006 with her debut single "I Wish I Was a Punk Rocker (With Flowers in my Hair)" which topped the chart in seven countries and led to the number 1 album "Smile ... It Confuses People", after releasing her latest album "Merchants & Thieves" in May 2010. The latest single "House of the Rising Sun" has been Number One on the Blues chart since it's release!

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JANE DANSON

 
 

On the 29th of May 2010, Halifax celebrated Neighbours Day and Phoenix FM hosted the event. Jane Danson was a VIP guest at this event. Flo and Ellen got a chance to meet the star and interview her.

Jane Danson is famous for playing the role of Leanne Battersby in Coronation Street. The Battersby family were dubbed the "Neighbours From Hell" and made an immediate impact on the long-running show's audience. Jane also played a nurse in the drama series A&E and also played Gemma Osbourne in the ITV police drama The Bill in 2002.

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LESTER NOEL

 
 

Lester Noel came into the studio to talk to Howard Priestley on the 22nd of April 2010 on Soul City.

Howard's special guest Lester Noel, formerly of Beats International who had a number one hit with "Dub Be Good To Me" in 1990. Lester is now teaching at Ravenscliffe High School here in Halifax, aswell as running an under 16's football team in Todmorden.

Listen to this special Soul City here

 
     
   
     
 

ROSS ADAMS

 
 

Actor and voice over artist Ross Adams (star of the BBC3 Comedy series The Gemma Factor) came into the studio on the 17th of April 2010 to talk to Dean Wilkinson on the Saturday Breakfast Show.

Ross Adams came into talk about his role on the Gemma factor, plus his past jobs including the voicing of the Kelloggs Frosties advert - "They're Gonna Taste Great". Ross also tells of his plans for future projects.

Listen to the interview here

 
     
   
     
 

JEREMY PRITCHARD from EVERYTHING EVERYTHING

 
 

Jeremy Pritchard, bassist and vocalist from indie band Everything Everything, spoke to Wayne Illingworth on the Lunchtime Live on the 15th of April 2010.

Jeremy spoke to Wayne about being in a band that is on the rise on the Manchester music scene, the recording of their debut album (Man alive, released on August the 30th through the Polydor record label) and more.

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JON GOMM

 
 

Jon Gomm came into the studio on the 21st of March 2010 to talk to Nick, Shaun, Mickey and Michelle (Y.M.C.) on the YUBS show.

Jon Gomm is a well established artist throughout the Yorkshire music scene, and can easily fill any venue he plays with an ever increasing fan base. With an eccentric style of playing the guitar, using the different parts almost as different instruments.

He came in to the studio to talk about himself and his unique style, promoting upcoming gigs and his album Don't Panic and chose some songs including some from the unsigned Matt Bentley.


Listen to the full YUBS show here and visit Jon Gomm's Website

 
     
   
     
 

MERVEILLE LUKEBA

 
 

Merveille Lukeba, who plays Thomas in E4's hit teen drama Skins, spoke to Wayne Illingworth in February on Lunchtime Live.

The Congo-born actor chatted about the latest series of Skins, on-set shenanigans, his exciting future plans and much more.

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JOE BROWN

 
 

Joe Brown talked to Flo during the Tea for Two show on Monday the 25th of January 2010

Joe Brown was one of the original Rock & Roll Stars to come out of the UK. One of the first UK session men, his early career highlights include playing guitar with Gene Vincent, Eddie Cochran, Johnny Cash and other US stars when they came over to Europe.

Joe went on to top the charts with his own records, had The Beatles open shows for him and in a career packed with musical highlights has also presented several National series of the Joe Brown Show on UK TV, two series Rock Show for BBC Radio 2 and finds time to do around 100 live shows a year in the UK.

Listen here for the interview and click here for more information about Joe

 
     
   
     
  Guests from 2009 and before...  
     
 

CHIP HAWKES

HI 5

ROGER DAVIES

 
   
 

JOHN KETTLEY

SCOTT OLGARD

BILLY PEARCE

 

 
   
 

SABRINA PIGGOTT

CHICO

 

DAVE HEMINGWAY from the New Beautiful South

 
 

 
 

DOMINIC BRUNT

JAMES MARTIN - TV chef

PEANUT from THE KAISER CHIEFS

 
   
 

ED BYRNE

 

PAUL OPACIC

ANNE FINE - Children's Author