12th October — Rockafellas Gig. On Saturday (8th October) reporter Noah Price went along to a rock gig at Rockafellas, a live music venue in Daventry. The event was organised by Adam Witt of AW Promotions. The night of music was headlined by the glam punk band, Dead Frequency. The supportings acts were The Furious Arcs, Molotov Souls and Stonepit Drive. Reporter Noah Price interviews all the bands, Adam Witt, the owner of Rockafellas and some of the clientele.
5th October – Local Original Music No.2. This is the second Daventry Radio podcast entirely consisting of original music; written, composed and performed by local musicians. 1. Sara Spade and the Noisy Boys — ‘Beautiful’ 2. Roo Kay — ‘All That Remains’ 3. Dead Frequency — ‘Nobody’s Listening’ 4. Siôn Grace — ‘In This Garden Of Remembrance’ 5. J-Script — ‘Stay The Night’ 6. Kathy Ratcliffe — ‘Nothing Matters’ 7. Richard Hiorns — ‘Dead Man’s Bones.’
14th August – Interview with The Man Known As Fowler and Ross Lee. On Saturday (20th August), the Wrestling Institute of Northampton (WIN Wrestling) will be hosting the first of hopefully many events in Daventry, at the Saxon Suite in the Leisure Centre. Reporter Noah Price interviews the two wrestlers who will be part of the main act of the event — The Man Known As Fowler (Luke Fowler) and Ross Lee.
14th August – Win Wrestling. On Saturday (20th August), the Wrestling Institute of Northampton (WIN Wrestling) will be hosting the first of hopefully many events in Daventry, at the Saxon Suite in the Leisure Centre. Doors open at 4:30pm and the show starts at 5:00 pm. Tickets are available online at www.winwrestling.com and on the door.
6th August – Community Landscape & Archaeology Survey Project (CLASP). Reporter Noah Price interviews Stephen Young, the Archaelogical Director of the Community Landscape & Archaeology Survey Project. This summer, the organisation will be working on some history and archaeology projects around the area of Daventry.
13th May – Episode 5: retired journalist and former organist of the Norton Parish Church, Tom Price, talks about his “dearest love” — Traditional Jazz, the music of his youth. He cherry-picks some of his favourite pieces from the genre for your listening pleasure.
13th May On this podcast: retired journalist and former organist of the Norton Parish Church, Tom Price, talks about his “dearest love” — Traditional Jazz, the […]
23rd April – Episode 3: here is a Daventry Radio podcast entirely consisting of original music from local musicians. 1. Isaac Brightmore — Rambling Man 2. Daventry Brass Band — Canal Boat 3. Bikini Skate Acid Collective — Gun Fight At The Circle K 4. The Bombardiers — Shame 5. Luke Edgington — The Circle 6. Danny Boy Wild and Richard Jag-Sebastian — Dirty Day 7. Fall From Glory — Devil’s Door.
14th April 2016 – Episode 2: reporter Noah Price goes along to the Hat and the Hair open mic night at the Casey Bar and interviews some of the local musicians; the staff members of the Vineyard Community Church Foodbank talk about the free food aid service in Daventry; local farm technician Lyndon Bailey-Read answers questions from people all across the district about how to keep backyard hens; reporter Tessa Waterhouse visits two eminent mental health services in Daventry, and 13 Media Arts Ltd present the first installment of a two-part audio drama called ‘Treeline.’
29th March 2016 – Episode 1: local poet Maggie Evans reads ‘Teeth In A Jar’ from her book of self-penned poetry Unicorns and Demons which was published last year; Liam Howley looks into the significance of street names in Daventry; we ask some of the young people of Daventry whether there are enough activities in the town for their age group; Noah Price interviews local rap artist J-Script, and he also reports on a debate about the up-and-coming EU referendum which was held at the Daventry Football Club.