Apollo 11, Courtney Cannon, Native Voices and the 2019 San Diego Comic Con

Robin Pierce , Fergus Jeffs, Emma Street, Eva Macdonald, Anna Lewis, William Coles and Alex Lewczuk connect with Virginia Based Courtney Cannon, Student Vet Zoe Jamison, Writer/Producer Arthur Weingarten, `Dr Trek` Larry Nemecek, Writers Samantha Lee Howe and David J Howe before wrapping up with some key reflections on Native Voices in the USA from the awesome Randy Reinholz in a special commemorative lunar exploration edition of The Midweek Drive.


Graduation, Roadkill cuisine, Oregon Shakespeare festivals and Jean-Luc Picard

Executive Chef from Rockliffe Hall Aaron Craig, University of Lincoln Events Officer Heather Knox, Tessa Snart, Shaeleigh Mackenzie, Lauren Wood and Alex Lewczuk move from Anna Lewis in Twickenham to William Coles in Edinburgh. Baylen Leonard and Leah Ross discuss the Birthplace of Country Music and their upcoming festival in Leicestershire followed by Native Voices founders Jean Bruce Scott and Randy Reinholz, `Dr Trek` Larry Nemecek, and directors Graeme Harper and Phil Leirness considering TV viewing habits and the correct pronunciation of Cecil B Demille.


Angela Rippon, Six Sixes, Native Voices and the Trump world in verse

Broadcaster Angela Rippon discusses her latest and upcoming documentary work before Jean Bruce Scott and Randy Reinholz consider cricket and poetry with Graham Lloyd followed by a fine closing sequence with Tessa Snart and Phil Hurdwood.


San Diego Comic-Con, Trump Protests,The Expert System`s Brother, Westworld , Native Voices and The York Maze

SFX Editor Richard Edwards launches the programme from the San Diego Convention centre followed by William Coles in Winchester, Anna Lewis in Shepherd`s Bush, Arthur Weingarten and Randy Reinholz back in San Diego . Award-winning novelist Adrian Tchaikovsky discusses his latest novella with Lauren Wood and Christian Arcabowicz before Tom Pearcy chats about his Jurassic Park themed York maze and the show concludes with Alex Lewczuk, Su Roys and Eva Macdonald at the seaside.


Airwolf, Native Voices, Fashion and Movies

Jean Bruce-Scott & film-maker Darren J Scales discuss `Darkwave`, `Airwolf` and more before Randy Reinholz shares his thoughts from another part of San Diego .  Kayleigh Carr  then discusses online buzz with Natasha Armstrong and Phil Leirness brings some key directorial advice to Tessa Snart and Holly McGratten.


Dinosaurs: Unextinct, Roaring Nights and Native Voices

The programme becomes firmly connected with California as Emily Marrin shares the delights of the LA City Zoo and Botanical gardens www.lazoo.org , Randy Reinholz and Jean Bruce Scott provide some highly perceptive theatrical observations and Phil Leirness reflects on his weekly sessions with the Los Angeles Breakfast Club


Native Voices at La Jolla, Carolina Hoyos and the Leirness philosophy

More great news from co-founder of native Voices at the Autry Randy Reinholz who discusses his recent time at the Sundance Film Festival with Claire Margerison, Emma Tinson and Patricia Ash before Actress/Songstress Carolina Hoyos makes a welcome return to the programme and Director Phil Leirness reflects on the episode`s content.


Native Voices at the Autry and Sue Menhenick`s thoughts on Sci-Fido

Ace co-founder of the Native Voices company Randy Reinholz joins Katie Dorr and Alex Lewczuk for a particularly surreal phoner encompassing adopted rats , Michael Jackson and 25 year anniversaries followed by premier dancer Sue Menhenick and more midweek reflections on Italy, Japan and Ballet Rambert.( original TX for `The Midweek Drive` on www.sirenonline.co.uk Wed June 24th 2015 ) 


Gay Linvill, The Big Bang Theory, Sue Menhenick and Interpretative dance

Director and Associate Director of over 750 American Classic sit-coms, Gay Linvill makes her Midweek Drive debut and discusses her superb work on the award winning show `The Big Bang Theory` and more with Chloe Baker, Alex Lewczuk, Katie Dorr, Andy Kerr and Su Roys after which premier dancer Sue Menhenick runs the interview trail from Ballet Rambert to The Smurfs, Jon & Vangelis and Prokofiev ! ( original TX for The Midweek Drive ` on www.sirenonline.co.uk Wed June 10th 2015 )


More Native Voices casting successes , web-site impressions, the role of art and more

Jean Bruce-Scott provides some exciting namechecks for more of the Native Voices company before Katie Grimason discusses her latest work in Birmingham and Phil Leirness shares some of the concept of art with Nick Elliott, Jessica Ward, Cat and Katie Dorr ( original TX for `The Midweek Drive ` on www.sirenonline.co.uk Wed May 27th 2015 )

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