This week’s show was a special Bank Holiday show. This is when I look back on some of the music which I have played in previous Snuggle shows. There is of course the riddle and the anagram as well as some interesting facts about steps and slugs. Oh – and I do a pirate voice which ends up sounding like a farmer! – all on Wilson Waffling Radio.
Don’t worry if you missed last Friday’s live show – listen to it here – featuring songs from the the lonesome cabin in Oregon with 7 Brides for 7 Brothers and that flying car with a musical sweet which is Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
I’m trying to rotate the content of the blog posts are on this page. Recently we have had some related to gaming and some personal ones so I thought it was probably time to write about the continuing adventure into Radio Land. This also coincides with the webpage for Wilson Waffling Radio coming into existence so it somehow seemed appropriate. So headphones on, finger on that mic button counting down to the end of the song…3….2….1…..
Friday Night is Musical Night – Recorded 20.05.16 featuring The Lion King and Miss Saigon
The lyrics competition was – “I just blew in from the windy city, The windy city is mighty purty,But they ain’t got what we got, no sirree”
I often feel that I was born like thirty years too early! When I look at the technology available now and the possible opportunities I often do wonder what I would be doing if I was thirty years younger! People will always say that it is never too late to do anything in life and I try to live to this aspiration, engaging in what I would like to do rather than, at my age, what I feel society feels I should be doing. I don’t know whether it is something about being a teacher/tutor, but I do like to present and it was always a dream of mine to have a successful radio station. Well, I didn’t have the time or the money, so what did I do – you guessed it – started my own radio station…and this is the story so far…