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Introducing My New New Radio Show!

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In my new show 'Anything Goes' we will look forward to a more normal way of life when we can once again enjoy live performances, local films, storytelling and talks. Our guests on 'Anything Goes' will reflect the amazing variety of talented performers and creatives living and working in our area as well as a look at local venues and their planned programmes.

Upcoming guests on Anything Goes

Friday 30th July - Helen Tiplady

Helen has been a part of Cornwall's Arts scene for over 20 years, starting out as a performer - most notably with C-Scape Dance Company, Helen moved into choreography, teaching, producing and project management. Helen is currently Deputy Creative Director at Hall For Cornwall and leads the Get Creative team (amongst other things!).

Friday 6th August - James Randell

James is Front of House Manager at AMATA (Academy of Music and Theatre Arts) at Tremough Campus, Falmouth University. The theatre has built a reputation of showcasing new talent and work from within the University alongside local Cornish theatre companies, it has also attracted well known, world class performers. The latest project opens tonight - Friday 6th August, with live performances in the theatre being streamed as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Digital Showcase.

Friday 13th August - Brett Harvey

Brett is a Cornish film maker, writer & director. His debut feature film Weekend Retreat won multiple awards including Best Director at the London Independent Film Festival 2012 and his second feature Brown Willy (described by The New Statesman as “Cornwall’s answer to Withnail and I”) won the Golden Chough at the Cornwall Film Festival 2016.

Brett has made films for Lucasfilm, Kneehigh Theatre, o-region, Plymouth Theatre Royal, Freefall Dance Company, Cscape Dance Company, Three Cane Whale, Sarah McQuaid, Theatre Damfino, The People’s String Foundation, Black Books, Hedluv + Passman, Hall For Cornwall and The Eden Project.

His recent short film, Hand, is an intensely personal look at the beginning of his journey dealing with early onset Parkinson’s and will be screened at the Bristol Science Film Festival this summer.

Brett's highly anticipated third feature Long Way Back is due for release this year and insider information confirms it to be his best work.

Friday 20th August - Calvin Dean

Calvin grew up in Polruan, across the river from Fowey, and Polruan remains his family home. Calvin's breakthrough role was as Darren in the 2009 film Tormented alongside Tuppence Middleton and Olly Alexander. Calvin has also appeared in Doctor Who, Dancing On The Edge, Trauma and most recently in the massive television hit It's A Sin. On stage Calvin's performance in Kneehigh's FUP as Tiny Santee received richly deserved rave reviews.

Friday 27th August TBC

Friday 3rd September TBC

Friday 10th September Wyl Menmuir

Wyl is a Cornwall based author, editor and teacher of creative writing. His novel The Many was nominated for the Man Booker award was an Observer Best Fiction of the Year pick. and his lastest novel Fox Fires has been warmly received and widely acclaimed. Wyl has worked with Kneehigh Theatre and the National Trust and also writes for Radio 4, The Guardian and The Observer. Wyl co-created The Writers Block in Cornwall and somehow finds time to lecture in Creative Writing at Falmouth University.

Friday 17th September TBC

Friday 24th September TBC

Previous guests -

Louise Martin, Rebecca Mordan, Anna Maria Murphy, Catherine King, Anna Keirle, Sarah McQuaid, Catherine Lake, Shazz Andrew, Sarah de Courcy, Suzy Bennett, Laura Frances Martin, Bec Applebee, Ellie Leah, Emily Alden, Kirsty Mitchell, Jim Carey, Tango In The Night, Norman Bellis

If you missed any of the programmes and would like to catch up, follow the links below -














Join me on Friday afternoons at 5pm for chat, giggles and some very cool music.


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