Tag Archives: interview

Profile – Tim Bradshaw / Non Filter

Tim Bradshaw hosts the eclectic music show Non Filter every Sunday from 7-9pm. Here Tim talks about his career, the show and his other activities, including teaching and touring. Tell us something about yourself. I’m a multi instrumentalist musician. I’ve done a lot of touring and recording with some big names and not so big […]

Profile – Dan Whitehouse / The Glass Age

Dan Whitehouse

Singer-songwriter Dan Whitehouse presents ‘The Glass Age’ on Brum Radio, inviting each month a musical guest to discuss with him the emotional impact of music, our listening habits and how our human experience and ways of connecting have changed through the ‘glass’ of virtual meetings and communication. He talks about his show, his career and latest […]

Presenter Profile – Monday Night Indie Club’s Sam Oliver

If you like guitar music, Brum Radio’s Monday Night Indie Club is your kind of show. Presenter Sam Oliver shares more about the show and his views on the current scene.  Tell us something about yourself, your musical influences and interests. I’m Sam, I’m 26 and I’m originally from Wigan but Birmingham has been home […]

Mrs Barbara Nice and Friends Podcast in Lockdown: You have a lot of catching up to do

Since the Beginning of Lockdown, the Mrs Barbara Nice and Friends Podcast has been releasing episodes almost DAILY to help her fans fight off isolation gloom. Each episode of the podcast features not only Barbara but an entertaining and oft-times hilarious chat with a wide range of guests. From comedians such as Jenny Eclair, Mark […]

The Janky Musings of Shaun ‘Gambowl’ Walsh and the Plagiarists

Mindful profanity. Existentialism. Lyrical tom-foolery. These are the less than subtle subversions of local band, Shaun Gambowl Walsh and the Plagiarists, whose often satirical performances have been regularly tickling (if not disturbing) unsuspecting audiences across t’greater West Midlands areas and beyond. From Pop song’s about Ketamine to jazzy tales of woe. Psychedelic space punk to […]

The Luciferous tones of The Bonfire Radicals

A few weeks back I had the pleasure of meeting up with Katie Stevens and Michelle Holloway of the Bonfire Radicals; Sat in Sorrento Lounge, Moseley, surrounded by the joint’s trade mark cluttered and majestic decor. They shared the low-down on their journey from student jammers at the prestigious Conservatoire, to leading the charge in […]

Saffiyah Khan, The Specials and the tale of Mike Horseman’s Organ

In early 2017, outside of Birmingham Central Library, a very frustrated fellah in the midst of a political protest managed to get himself into a stand off with Brum’s very own, Saffiyah Khan. As she displayed a charming and calming example of empathy (with a hint of fearless nonchalance) toward his angst, local press captured […]