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Podcast title Banburyshire Brolly
Website URL http://www.banburyshire.net
Description Banburyshire Brolly music podstation. Promoting and celebrating the music, heritage and characters of Banburyshire.
Updated Tue, 14 Mar 2006 10:00:00 GMT
Category Music
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1. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 235
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This will be the last of the Banburyshire Brolly podcasts, after ten years, it's time to call a halt to things.
However, all the shows will still be available for at least the next year, thanks to the hosting deal I have with Jo Cox Design,
so you have plenty of time to listen to your favourite pieces.
I'd like to thank all the presenters who have been involved, Matt Hicks, Gregg Cave, Linda Watkins,
James and Skirky from the band Songs from the Blue House, and especially Bob Barrows.
I'd also like to thank all the musicians who have provided tracks, and all the interviewees for their time and insights.

Featuring music :
Big Tree by Steve Bonham and The Long Road
Au Jardin D'Amour by The Straw Horses
William Morris-Wat Tyler by Gregg Cave
The Linden Tree by Marion Fleetwood

And story :-
Horace The Hobby Horse by Jules Procter



2. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 234
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This year has got off to a great start and dry January it certainly hasn't been,
as I've only just finished drinking up the Gun Dog Ales and Brewdog beers purchased for Xmas,
and very enjoyable they have been. I've also spent quite a while on techie things, backing up files and such like.
But it's not just been time spent on the computer this year, I've been on a number of great walks with family,
and the Around-about-North-Oxon Meeetup group, as well as just taking Lucy the cocker spaniel out for some exercise.

Featuring music :
Slow Down by Jinski
Song of the Dell by Oka Vanga
The Dream by Chris Beck
The Gowden Locks o Anna by Hector Gilchrist



3. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 233
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I suppose this time of year is when we often get in touch with friends and family,
but once New Year is behind us, for some things go a bit flat.
Not the case for all those who will be wassailing on Saturday 9th January.
The Banbury hobby horses have been invited by Stephen Rowley to join in with the Stroud Wassail,
So Cheryl and Horton will be making the trip to Gloucestershire, for a day of fun and frolics.
(Stephen is the man who constructed Blanche, the Banbury Fine Lady's horse.)
On the way back I'll be swinging by the Fleece Inn at Bretforton, to join in with their wassail.
The podcast includes an interview with singer/song-writer John Conolly.

Featuring music :
The Sheepstealers by The Duncan McFarlane Band
Left Me Standing by FOS Brothers
This Is The Last Time (Chill Mix) by Wee Alex



4. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 232
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The festive season wouldn't be complete without silly songs,laughter and parties.
Humourous versions of familiar songs is the Austin Allegro way.
(See them at Banbury Folk Club on Wednesday 16th December).
The wonderful Gerry Colvin, who has brought more laughter than most to his performances,
talks about his year with Terry And Gerry and The Gerry Colvin Band.
(See them at Stratford Folk Club, also on Wednesday 16th December).
And the fabulous Shooter rock out the show, with their Christmas single.
Featuring music :
Wrapping Up Christmas by The Austin Allegros
The Shakespeare Carol by ColvinQuarmby
Time To Rock by Shooter



5. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 231
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At the Banbury Folk and Hobby Horse Festival, I found myself outside the Books and Ink bookshop in White Lion Walk in Banbury,
together with Caroline the musical saw player and Adrian D'Orling, all with our Eton hobby Horses.
Disco dancing hobby horse are not what you would usually associate with promoting bookshops,
but as they have just celebrated 10 years of being in business, I thought I had better return
for a more conventional interview with the owner, Samantha Barnes.
Also news of the Austin Allegros Christmas CD Snow and Jingle All the Way
Featuring music :
Mama Wind by Kimber's Men
One Man Alone by Kastaphor
Large One by Leatherat



6. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 230
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Banbury Folk and Hobby Horse Festival, which runs from 9th-11th October,
is the next social occasion after Banbury Canal Day,
and follows on from the success of the Banbury Night Market.
The podcast includes interviews with Richard Pinchin of Smoke and Spice BBQ,
and with Ali Bolton of The Blossom Shop, Woodford Halse.
Featuring music :
Down By The Lake by Gregg Cave
Lord Franklin by The Duncan McFarlane Band
The Ninth Song by Gerry Colvin



7. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 229
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A friendly time with good music, the New Forest Folk Festival was a great success,
and this show features tracks from three of the artists who performed there.
Many thanks to Nick, Keith, Helen and Jo of the Curtis family who organise the event,
and also to all the stewards, helpers and the security staff who made it such an enjoyable time.
I'll be storytelling, with Horton the hobby horse, at the BYHP Big Lunch on Sunday 6th September.
Also at Banbury Folk Festival, which runs from 9th-11th October.

Featuring music :
Astral Eyes by 3 Daft Monkeys
The Landlord's Daughter by Fabian Holland
My Heart's Where My Home Used To Be by Little Johnny England



8. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 228
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Both Swanfest and the Stratford FABFest were great successes,
as were the two recent fundraisers, for local music supporter Sean Allen,
and In The Garden, organised by the Restore charity.
I'm looking forward to Banbury Food Festival on Sunday 9th August,
as James and Sarah Pickering of Gun Dog Ales will be there.
Also to taking Horton the hobby horse, to the Thurfolk festival,
which starts on Friday 14th August.
Features an interview with Tori Rushton of Stratford Folk Club

Featuring music :
Nancy's Song by Pete Joshua
I'm Cutting Free by Winter Wilson
Everytime by Fraser and Toots
Endsong by Mark Pidgeon



9. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 227
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Thankfully, there is a multitude of festivals to get along to this year.
Many thanks to Nick, Helen and Keith for being so welcoming
and putting on a super BBQ for the helpers at the upcoming New Forest Folk Festival,
which takes place between the 26th and the 30th of August.
The podcast features an iterview with Nick and Keith and also with Tony Ecclestone,
bass player with Shooter, recorded at Adderbury party In The Park.
A number of villages are now putting together some great familiy-friendly music festivals,
Bloxham with Bloxfest earlier in the year, Adderbury has just held the Party in the Park,
and on Saturday 15th July there will be the Bodicote village Bodfest.

Featuring music :
Whisper Of The Moon by Little Johnny England
Hubbadillia by 3 Daft Monkeys
Beyond The Moon by Meet On The Ledge
Turn It Up by Shooter



10. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 226
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There are a lot of smiling faces in the world of Banburyshire, mostly due to new CDs and upcoming festivals.
With tracks from the new TRADArrr, Marion Fleetwood and Kirsty Bromley CDs,
and interviews with PJ Wright and Marion Fleetwood.
I've also been having fun at Towcester Food Festival, pulling pints at the Gun Dog Ales bar.
(Also sampling the new Summer Special beer, Hop Goes The Beagle, fabulous!)

Featuring music :
Broken Man by ColvinQuarmby
Simple Ploughboy by TRADarrr
The Curve Of My Back by Marion Fleetwood
Valley Song by Kirsty Bromley



11. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 225
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A show about the 2015 St. Richards Hospice Malvern Hills walk.
Eleven miles, through three counties, along the beatiful Malvern Hills.
With storytelling at the Wyche Inn. Thanks go to Steph and Tony.
Superb photos of the Malverns are available by Shuttershere, who support the hospice.

Featuring music :
Still by Funkdory (now known as Northsyde)
Out Of Step by Fraser and Toots
Left Me Standing by FOS Brothers
Favourite Red Coat by Gren Bartley



12. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 224
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Presented by Jules Procter.
The 40th Adderbury Day Of Dance on 25th April was a great community gathering
and Chris Leslie talks about the morris revival.
Another interview is with Steve Gold, talking about his art-photography, Oxfordshire Artweeks and the Queens Road Community Group.
And coming up it's Banbury Beer Festival and Bloxfest.

Featuring music :
Washing Day by Tim Radford
Six Thousand Miles by Two Coats Colder
The River Flows On Parts 1 and 2 by Tom Leary



13. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 223
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Presented by Jules Procter.
One of the highlights of the Banbury Song and Ale weekend, was "The Stairwell to Heaven",
a set of impromptu late-evening singing sessions,
and this podcast features some recordings taken on the Friday evening.
Then it was off to Folk Weekend Oxford, for music, stories and interviews with Matt from Coldharbour and Gary from The Hut People.
And coming up it's the Adderbury Day Of Dance on 25th April.

Featuring music :
Vasen by The Hut People
The Valley by Ben Avison



14. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 222
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Presented by Jules Procter.
It's been quite a while since the last podcast, but after seeing the Rachel Hamer Band play a blinder at Banbury Folk Club recently,
I thought it was about time I got recording again to bring this brilliant band to your attention, if you haven't come cross them already.
I've finally semi-retired, leaving the world of corporate IT behind me.
I can hardly believe I started working on VME mainframes over 34 years ago, initially as a computer operator, before moving into technical support.
However, to say I've fallen on my feet, is something of an understatement,
as I've secured a part-time job as a brewery assistant working for James and Sarah Pickering at the
Gun Dog Ales micro-brewery in Woodford Halse.
Also here's a story set about 73 years in the future, Millie Steps Down

Featuring music :
Her Bright Smile by Rachel Hamer Band
Not For Keeping by Pete Watkins
Beyond The Moon by Meet On The Ledge
And story :-
Millie Steps Down



15. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 221
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Presented by Jules Procter.
On this show, there's an interview with Tim Wilkins, the festival organiser for
Banbury Beer Festival, where Jono of Leatherat kindly gave me a copy of their latest CD,
Snake Eyes.
While in between his many gigs, and duties with Music at The Crossroads, Pete Watkins
found time to pop round and talk about his music and projects,
which has resulted in two in-depth pieces featured in this Brolly.

Upcoming events :
Music at The Crossroads, Hook Norton - Fri 30th and Sat 31th May
Classic Car & Bike Show on Sat 7th June, at Drayton Leisure Golf Centre.
Followed, in the evening by a Banbury Folk Festival fundraiser "Swing Back To The Sixties"
with Sunny Afternoon, the authentic sixties beat band featuring Pete Watkins.

Featuring music :
Snake Eyes by Leatherat
Memphis To Yazoo by Pete Watkins
Listen To Me by Spank The Monkey.



16. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 220
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Presented by Jules Procter.
At Adderbury Day Of Dance, I not only took some photos, which are in the gallery,
but also managed to record chats with Tony Ecclestone, of Shooter, and Barney Newman.
Honourable mention must go to Bryan Shepherd of Adderbury Village Morris men and his gorilla outfit!
Later in the week, at Banbury Folk Club, Marion Fleetwood (of the Jigantics) and
Peter Ball (Linda Watkins Band) also spoke into the microphone
Looking forward to Bloxfest on Saturday 10th May.

Featuring music :
Willow Creek by Steve Tilston
Recycled Teenagers by Shooter
Koln Square by Tom Leary
People's Song by Leatherat



17. Banburyshire Photo Gallery
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Adderbury Day Of Dance 2014 added
The Banburyshire Photo Gallery
Visit http://www.banburyshire.net/gallery to have a look.



18. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 219
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Presented by Jules Procter.
Hot on the heels of the Banbury Song and Ale Weekend, a fundraiser for Banbury Folk Festival,
comes the 15th birthday party for Banbury Folk Club.
Well done to Derek, Mary and all the club regulars, for making the club such a welcoming place.
There's also information about the fund-raising Banburyshire Evening at Sibford Village Hall,
in aid of The Friends of The Horton and Sibford Village Hall on Sat 12th April at 19:30.

Featuring music :
Mercia by Meet On The Ledge
Worcester City by The Vogwells
Fare Thee Well To Tarwathie by Jim McAdams
Farewell Song by Linda Watkins



19. Banburyshire Fund Raiser
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All are Welcome to "A Banburyshire Evening"
A Fund-raising Evening of Stories and Songs
In aid of The Friends of the Horton and Sibford Village Hall
On Saturday 12th April 2014, from 19:30 to 22:30
At Sibford Village Hall. Admission £5. Refreshments available.

This is the second event in 2014, for Jules Procter, "The Banburyshire Storyteller" to work together
with community groups to produce a "Banburyshire Evening" as a collaborative fund-raising mechanism.
The admission fee will be split equally between The Friends of the Horton, and Sibford Village Hall.
The family-friendly evening will be a mix of Banburyshire tales and songs performed by Jules.



20. Banburyshire Fund Raiser
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A total of £90 was raised at "A Banburyshire Evening"
In aid of The Friends of the Horton and Drayton Village Hall
Held on Saturday 15th March 2014, at Drayton Village Hall, Banbury

This was the first event in 2014, for Jules Procter, "The Banburyshire Storyteller" to work together
with community groups to produce a "Banburyshire Evening" as a collaborative fund-raising mechanism.
The monies raised was split equally between The Friends of the Horton, and Drayton Village Hall.
Thanks to all who made it such a success!



21. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 218
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Presented by Jules Procter.
This podcast is a mix of thanks and anticipation in the Banburyshire community, including
an interview with Tom Farmer, landlord at the Banbury Cross pub and,
good luck to Nick Quarmby after his announcement of retiring from touring.
There's also information about the fund-raising Banburyshire Evening at Drayton Village Hall,
in aid of The Friends of The Horton and Drayton Village Hall on Sat 15th March at 19:30.

Featuring music :
Gawkey with If I Had My Time Again
ColvinQuarmby with The 100 Years War
Cave with After The Rain
Bewarethisboy with To have and to hold.



22. Banburyshire Fund Raiser
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All are Welcome to "A Banburyshire Evening"
A Fund-raising Evening of Stories and Songs
In aid of The Friends of the Horton and Drayton Village Hall
On Saturday 15th March 2014, from 19:30 to 22:30
At Drayton Village Hall, Banbury
Admission £5. Refreshments available.

This is the first event in 2014, for Jules Procter, "The Banburyshire Storyteller" to work together
with community groups to produce a "Banburyshire Evening" as a collaborative fund-raising mechanism.
The admission fee will be split equally between The Friends of the Horton, and Drayton Village Hall.
The family-friendly event will be a mix of Banburyshire tales and songs performed by Jules.
Often humorous, frequently bizarre and sometimes bewildering!



23. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 217
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Presented by Jules Procter.
Instead of the usual quiet January, this year has got off to a flying start, and I've been dashing about all over the place, even camping out a few nights. I've been along to two wassail events, firstly at the Fleece at Bretforton, which was incredibly cold outside but a terrific evening.
The following weekend it was up to Drayton for the inaugral Banbury Wassail.
Then off to the re-opened Banbury Folk Club, and the newly-launched Wychwood Folk Club.
Interviews with Bill Bates and Mark Pidgeon are featured on this podcast.

Featuring music :
Rag'n'Roll Band with Booze Blues
Pete Joshua with Lundy Island
Mark Pidgeon with End Song



24. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 216
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Presented by Jules Procter.
At the 2013 Banbury Folk Festival I was told I should stop calling myself an apprentice storyteller,
and following the five hour Banburyshire Tea Party
and with the one-man show I put on at Banbury Folk Club after the festival, I'm inclined to agree.
As for the Banburyshire Tea Party thanks go to Gregg Cave, Nick Ellison, Pete Joshua and Tim Hall for the music and singing,
also to Pat and Ro for the cakes and to Holly and Millie helping to sell them.
We raised £70 for the Friends of the Horton, one of the good causes I'm more than happy to support.
If you are part of a fund-raising group or have a venue such as a village hall or pub, and would like to put on a joint fund-raising event, then get in touch.

This podcast includes a story "It's Time For Tea", inspired by Jo and the handbell she uses to get her family along to meals!
Get well soon, we miss your bubbly personality at work.


Featuring music :
Carmina with Mostly Myself
ColvinQuarmby with Broken Man
Gray Hawke with Zanzibar



25. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 215
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Presented by Jules Procter.

This podcast is all about the 2013 Banbury Folk Festival which takes place from
the 11th to the 13th October, and the music features artists who have supported
the festival through fund-raising events. Derek and Mary Droscher have put an enormous
ammount into the festival, both in terms of effort and in finance.
The age of grants for music festivals and events is now past, so earlier in the year I put forward
some ideas to Derek and Mary on how I could help out, and hopefuly reduce the strain on them.
The result is the Banburyshire Tea Party, five hours from midday to 5 o'clock, of music, stories
and humour, taking place on Sunday 13th October 2013 at The Milers Bar,
upstairs at the Mill Arts Centre, Banbury OX16 5QE
Music will be provided by the internationally reknown and Northamptonshire based singer-
songwriter Gregg Cave, accompanied by Nick Ellison.
There will also be the Oxford guitaist Pete Joshua, with his legendary song introductions,
and the great stalwart of Banbury Folk Club, Tim Hall, who will be both playing guitar
and reading some humourous tales.
I'll be performing some stories and there will be plenty of opportunity for audience participation,
as Tim has some good sing-along pieces lined-up and later in the afternoon there will be
The Return Of The Guy Puddlers,the comic sketch act.
With an appearance of Breathless, the Yorkshire Green Dragon, and a plentifull supply of cake,
it will be a fun afternoon.

Featuring music :
Something Nasty In The Woodshed with Steel Cranes
Linda Watkins with Close To The Wind
Kevin o'Regan with Ticking All The Boxes



26. Banburyshire Photo Gallery
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Evesham Morris Dance Festival 2013 added
The Banburyshire Photo Gallery
Visit http://www.banburyshire.net/gallery to have a look.



27. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 214
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Presented by Jules Procter.

Back after another lengthy gap, with a theme of the regions of England.
Since the last podcast, Pat and I have travelled to Cornwall, Dorest and Shropshire.
Enjoying the delights of Betty Stoggs ale at Marazion, and Palmers 200 at The Anchor Inn at Seatown.

Featuring music :
Peter and Barbara Snape with Mary Ellens Hot Pot Party
Billy and Lozz with Dexy's
Meet On The Ledge with Mercia

And stories :-
Climbing Everest In Dorset
The Cherwell Valley Fish Farmers - a Salt Way Story



28. Banburyshire Photo Gallery
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A selection of pictures are now available on
The Banburyshire Photo Gallery
Visit http://www.banburyshire.net/gallery to have a look.



29. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 213
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Presented by Jules Procter.

I'd like to thank Linda Watkins for taking the time to talk about her new CD Behind The Clock, on this, show 213 of the Banburyshire Brolly podcast.
The music featured is the title track, Behind the Clock, and the fund-raiser song Courage in aid of Combat Stress.
Please visit the Combat Stress website at http://www.combatstress.org.uk
The incdental music is Spiders in The Rain, the instrumental track Linda mentions.
Also don't forget to visit Linda's newly re-launched website, http://www.lindawatkins.co.uk for gig information, background about Linda and you can even purchase her music.



30. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 212
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Presented by Jules Procter.

It's been 18 months since the last Brolly podcast.
In show 212 I talk about why I've returned to podcasting, and why I've been away for so long.
Thanks go to all the doctors, nurses, professionals and volunteers, in the NHS
and at St Richard's and Katherine House Hospices who have helped us,
in what has been a very difficult time for the family.

Featuring music :
Megson with Rose On The Stem
Wee Alex with This Is My Bliss
Greg Cave with And We Couldn't Stop Smiling
Nick Lines with Heavy Horses
Also featuring stories
Chas and Dave
Size 14 Boots



31. Banburyshire Wiki
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Wiki added with Banburyshire Stories,
calendar details and other stuff.
Visit http://www.banburyshire.net



32. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation
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All (200 +) shows of the Banburyshire Brolly podstation
are now available at the Banburyshire.net website.
Visit http://www.banburyshire.net/ to have a listen.



33. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 211
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Presented by Jules Procter.

This is a combined Brolly podcast and Radio Horton Show.
Most of this show is devoted the telling of a chilling Banburyshire Tale, The Cursed Warehouse.
I've had the opportunity to tell a shortened version of this at the Banbury Folk Club,
and this is as close as it gets to being the full length tale.
It's one of a number of Banburyshire stories which will be available on the
banburyshire.net web site, as part of my attempt to become a story-teller.

Featuring music :
McCrory Brothers with No Turning Back
Butterfly Catchers with Doin' Time
Megson with Flood Water



34. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 210
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Presented by Jules Procter.

Since the last show there's been a general election, with a very interesting result,
the Banbury Beer Festival has taken place, with The Machine Breakers playing on the Thursday,
and I've sung a couple of my own songs in public for the first time on over 20 years.
Thankfully normality still occurs, as an audio piece recorded while walking Bob and Lucy over at Edge Hill, attests to.
Also David Stevenson recently supported Liz Simcock at a gig over at Cambridge
and Mark Pidgeon showed me how real song-writers work.
Featuring music :
David Stevenson with Compass Rose
The Machine Breakers with The Land Was Stolen
Mark Pidgeon with Demons
Liz Simcock with Beachcomber



35. Banburyshire Big Picture
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The photo album for Banburyshire has been updated with pictures taken
out and about this year
Look out for Derek at the Song and Ale weekend, and for the blue sky due to
the volcanic activity in Iceland. Not forgetting the Ironstones railway.
How many of these places have you been to?



36. Banburyshire Quiz
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The Banburyshire Quiz
Over 1000 questions in this multi-choice, multi-media quiz.
About Banbury and the surrounding are. With questions supplied by many
Banburyshire folk.
Featuring music from The Boxhedge Clippers and Ravens Taunt



37. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 209
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Presented by Jules Procter.

This is a combined Brolly podcast and Radio Horton Show.
One of the things about being a dog-owner, is that you have to get out in all weathers, and in all seasons.
The majority of the time this falls to my wife, but I always like to do my share where I can.
Thankfully the countryside around Banbury is full of great walks, and I sometimes record a piece, if I've remembered to bring along my MP3 recorder.
While I think we can say we've had some interesting weather in 2010, if you're wearing the right clothes and footwear it can still be great to get out in the elements.

Featuring music :
Carmina with Still Falls The Rain
Wilber with Red Haired Boy
Al Maslen with Warwick Road
annA rydeR with A Child Like Me



38. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 208
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Presented by Jules Procter.

The sad news has been that of the death of Vicki Williams, following a determined battle against cancer.
Vicki and husband Trefor, have long been working hard to bring folk music to a wider audience across the UK,
and have been great supporters of both the folk club and the festival.
The bubbly enthusiasm of Vicki and the charm of Trefor came across when I first interviewed them
at the 2003 Banbury Canalside Folk Festival.
Vicki will be greatly missed, and my sympathy is with Trefor and his family.

The next Song and Ale weekend will be taking place at the Drayton Leisure Golf Centre
on the weekend of 9th to 11th April.

Featuring music :
The Odd Sods with Paddy Works on the Railway and The Mountain Road
Trefor and Vicki Williams with Changing Light
Jim McAdams with Roses and Almonds
The Duncan McFarlane Band with Lord Franklin



39. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 207
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Presented by Jules Procter.

This show consists of "Under a Green Sky", a Banburyshire Tale, abridged into five parts.
Our largest challenge is to emphasise the important of timely action to prevent catastrophic
changes to our environment. Copenhagen was a signal that politicians still haven't got the message.
"after becoming a grandparent, these issues took up more of my considerations.
But as a lifelong ecologist and technologist, I have always been hopeful for the future,
while being mindful of the issues."
Listen to the story, and spend some time reflecting on how you would like to see the world.

Featuring music :
Jon Fletcher with A Sailors Life, recorded live at the Port Mahon in Oxford.
Tom Leary with The White Moon
The Machine Breakers with There Was A Time
Gren Bartley with Carry Her Safe
American band, The Puddle Jumpers with Thoughts
Little Johnny England with The Way Things Ought To Be
Cave with After The Rain
Vikki Clayton with Locks and Bolts
and Neil J Gow and Wee Alex with Does Anyone Mind



40. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 206
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Presented by Jules Procter.

All the music on this show has a Scottish theme.
There have been many celebrations this year marking the 250 years since the birth of Rabbie Burns,
and it is a sign of just how influential his work has been in the number of places it turns up in,
both musically, poetically and geographically.
At this time of year it is traditional to think about family and friends,
regarding back over the year and looking forward to the coming year, a tradition I fully endorse,
and it's something I think we should do more often.
The contact of friends, some of whom I haven't seen in too many years, is also always a cheering event.
So best wishes to Lance in Exmouth, Owen, Ticker and all the Oxford crowd and Dave and Pip in Salibury.

Featuring music :
Corn Rigs by Hector Gilchrist
The Dashing White Sargeant by Coila
Ae Fond Kiss by Jim McAdams
Auld Lang Syne by Wee Alex



41. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 205
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Presented by Jules Procter.

It's already been a number of weeks since the Banbury Canalside Folk Festival
and this weekend the post-festival party took place. There has been some very
postive feedback about the festival, and work is underway for the 2010 event,
which will be known as Banbury Folk Festival.
On Friday 13th November a festival fund-raiser will take place, with the Tindalls
as support, and headlined by Something Nasty In The Woodshed. Entrance of only 5 pounds,
and the event takes place at Kings Sutton Memorial Hall, starting at 20:00.
For more details and a location map, pop across to the Ride A Cock Horse Folk Club site.
Congratulation go to Nick and Lesley Turner, as Drayton Leisure Golf Centre
on the Warwick Road, Banbury has become the first Golf Range in the Berks, Bucks
and Oxon region to achieve the national accreditation of Range Mark.
This achievement also makes them only the fifth Golf Range in the country to achieve the accreditation.

Featuring music :
Old Maui by Scarecrow
Johnny England by Little Johnny England
Mary Standford Of Rye by Meet On The Ledge

Also features an interview (in French!) with Heretique.



42. Banburyshire Brolly music podstation - Show 204
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Presented by Jules Procter.

Welcome to a combined Radio Horton show and Banburyshire Brolly podcast.
One of the beauties of producing a podcast, is that you get a global audience, eventually.
I've also been lucky in featuring music from across the world, sent either by e-mail, or on CD.
The other week, the new Machine Breakers CD was dropped off by a chap out walking his dog!
This show features him, Steve Matthews, talking about how he has progressed from just being a music fan,
to becoming a band member, via band photographer for The Machine Breakers.


Featuring music :
Galileo's Apology by Dave Pegg and PJ Wright
Slide Engine no 12 by Wilber
The Land Was Stolen by The Machine Breakers
The Fiddleship by Cloudstreet



43. Banburyshire - farewell
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May 4th 2019
After 30 years of promoting music and events, it is time to call it a day.
Please take time to have a look at some of the
things we have done.

All the best, Jules.