Tuesday, 27 May 2008

Radio Interview - City Talk 105.9

Please note the change in date and time. City Talk wish to have more time discussing ITLAD and CTF so it will now be for about half an hour on Wednesday 4th June at 1400. They have also confirmed that listeners can phone in or email comments.

You may all be interested to know that I will be interviewed by Dean Sullivan on City Talk Radio 105.9 on Wednesday 4th June 2008 at 14:00 UK time (BST). I will be on-air for about 20 minutes. This can be listened to on 105.9 FM in the Merseyside area of the UK and for those of you spread across the globe this can, by the wonders of the internet, by listened to by logging onto the stations website http://www.citytalk.fm/.

Many of you may recognise Dean Sullivan as the actor who played Jimmy Corkhill in the long-running 'soap' Brookside. Indeed Dean had the rather dubious 'honour' of closing the long-running series by having his character paint a change on the roadsign that featured in the opening credits. "Jimmy" added the letter 'd' at the end of "Brookside Close" to make it "Brookside Closed". As a long-term fan of the show this was, for me, a very sad ending to a brilliant TV series.

I think that this will be an interview well worth listening into. You may also have the opportunity to phone in whilst I am on air ... if this is the case then the number is ++ 44 (0)151 708 1059.

5 comments:

Karl L Le Marcs said...

Thanks for the advance notice Tony, I shall certainly be listening on Tuesday.

I have been on City Talk's sister Radio station myself on occasion and have been to the tower (Link to photo of Tower)

Don't Look Up Tony !!

*smile*

Ed said...

Hi
I've met Dean on many occasions, such as his notorious birthday party last summer. But most notable was when he supported me at my Radio Merseyside event last July (the one you could not attend),

I think he will give yuo a fair interview.

Maybe I should call in and say hi to you both!?

Good luck. Ed

Karl L Le Marcs said...

Ed: Did you ever do BBC Radio Merseyside? When they were housed on the somewhat misleading "Paradise Street"?
I was on with Roger Lyons on the late show and with Gary Flitcroft on the afternoon Sportshow.
Not been to the new building yet, but it looks FABO.
The views from St John's Tower where Radio City and Talk City broadcast are wondrous.

Anthony Peake said...

ED: By all means call in and say hi. It would be good to see you.

Karl L Le Marcs said...

Oh Heavens To Murgatroyd!

I shall be tutoring in a separate area of my 'gestaltness' at that time on Wednesday so can't listen it.

Is there any kind soul who is technically minded that can record the interview?