Niresh is an 18 year old street Magician from South Harrow. The first party is the audio clip of the interview we did with him and then look at the You Tube video of him performing on Harrow Community Radio 87.7 FM on the 29th December 2011
As Part of the Tuesday Club on the 13th December Julie Vee spoke to Poulomi Desai, director of the Usurp Gallery. You can here the full interview below. If you want to find out more about the Usurp Gallery then please follow the link below.
One of this country’s most sought after comediennes returns to the Harrow Arts Centre for a sell out gig. Keeping her audience in stitches, Gina recalls her many mishaps during an array of thrill-seeking holidays. But despite the spills, she keeps on travelling – and Friday saw her filling the Grade II listed “Elliot Hall”, part of the former Royal Commercial Travellers’ School in Hatch End.
Gina decided 3 years ago to up sticks and move to Hollywood, and she’s not done too bad with regular appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and now her own 1 hour stand up special airing on Showtime. Gina flew over on Thursday from the sunshine of LA to attend the show in Harrow on Friday (28th) for the second date of her “Gina Yashere Live in Colour” tour.
Keith Chilvers spoke to Gina on the Community Sequence last Saturday, you can listen to the interview below
On Tuesday the 4th October Julie’s special guest was Ben Wealthy, ward Councillor for Greenhill. Ben went through all his musical choices, as well as telling us way he wanted to become a local Councillor at such a young and how his life has changes since winning his seat in May 2010.
On Tuesday the 6th September Julie special guest was Chris Perdue from the Trinity Bar in Harrow. Chris went through all his musical choices, as well as telling us a little more about the bar, the bands that have played and are yet to play there and it’s place in the community. This is a fascinating interview about the last dedicated music venue in Harrow.
On Sunday the 28th August Michele Monro, daughter of the legendary British Singer Matt Monro will was in conversation with Vic Moont. Michele was discussing her recently written biography, Matt Monro: The Singer’s Singer as well as reflecting on her childhood memories of one of Britain best loved and most successful singer
He also spoke about Matt being the favorite of other well none singers including Sammy Davis Jr and Frank Sintra. To listen to the show again just click on the link below.
Your Voice Your Potential played live at the Wealdstone Youth Centre on Thursday 19th May 2011. The collective of young people from Harrow, were showcasing an album they have been working on over the last 12 weeks. The album, which is a mixture of Hip Hop, Grime and R & B has been produced by Antoine Stone.
The whole set was recorded for broadcasting on HCR so check out TRS (The Rob Show) on Saturday to hear the session. If yo can wait until then there’s a track below to keep you going!