Dancing Years at Sofar Sounds in London 13/11/2012. Organisers have announced another London gig for November 22nd. Westminster University students have the chance of getting guaranteed tickets to the often over subscribed event. All you need to do is sign up to their mailing list and when a gig you want to be at is announced email email@example.com with the subjet ‘Westminster’. It’s first come first serve so get in there quick!
“If you have the passion for makeup and creative flare you can start from the bottom and work your way up by assisting other makeup artists or working on a makeup counter. You never stop learning new tips and techniques and you are continually growing through experience.”
Jimmy Blake and Olly Douglas present an exclusive session with American folk-soul singer songwriter, Chastity Brown.
During the podcast we talk to her about growing up in the deep south, her first European tour and her new album Backroad Highways. She also plays I Left Home from the album as well as an exclusive live version of Man and Gun.
If you haven’t heard of her already, where have you been? She’s got her own Wikipedia page and everything! Are we spoling you today or what?
Earlier on we went live for an hour on the radio for a show full of music, film and tv news. You missed it? Where have you been? Luckily for you we’ve condensed the show into a best bits podcast. Enjoy
TV boffin Lindsey Brown drops by to update you on all the latest reality tv, Vampire Diaries and Homeland (no spoilers, promise!) our music reporter Rianne Gorden pops in to tell us about Plan B being named as the most influential musician in London and we catch up with commuters to find out if they like the idea of having their morning commute play listed by an app.
We’ve also got an exclusive session from American soul singer Chastity Brown on the way, stay tuned to WNOL Arts.
The author of Bridget Jones, Helen Fielding, has begun work on a third book in the series. The first two books Bridget Jones’s Diary and The Edge of Reason sold more than 15 million copies worldwide and inspired two films under the same titles.
Fielding said: “My life has moved on and her will move on too. She’s still trying to give up drinking and smoking, and she’s still on the diet”. The second film adaptation, The Edge of Reason, was released eight years ago, with a further film sequel Bridget Jones’s Baby due for release in early 2013. Colin Firth and Hugh Grant are set to return as Mark Darcy and Daniel Cleaver.
Text and photo by Julija Maria Asarzyte