Mike Howlett begins his professional travels in Sydney with the band The Affair, then joins up as bass player/vocalist/songwriter with progressive rock legends Gong in France & England, forms the seeds of The Police, & becomes one of the most successful music producers in the UK with artists such as Tears For Fears, OMD, Joan Armatrading, China Crisis, A Flock of Seagulls, Fischer Z, etc.
This week on ‘Built For Speed’ we take a look at the latest offering from that now rare film genre, the musical, as we review the singing and dancing extravaganza of ‘Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again’. We’ll also take a look at droll Kiwi comedy ‘The Breaker Upperers’. There are many fine tunes for you to enjoy as we play some of Sweden’s best artists, new Aussie tracks, classic rock and indie favourites from the 2000’s. Don’t forget our regular preview of gigs and TV for the week. Check out ‘Built For speed’ Friday 8-10pm on 88.3 Southern FM.
BEST MEDICINE – today – Emma Isaacs will talk about her book: Winging It; and later Dr Katharina Lederle on her book: Sleep Sense. Please join me, Gaytana
Our Sunday sermon on Songs of Hope on 15Jul18 was by Reverend Kevin Pedersen of Ormond Anglican Church here in Melbourne. His talk title was “Prayer”. Talk time was 22 minutes
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Listen again to Songs of Hope Sunday Worship, broadcast on 15Jul18 on Southern FM 88.3.
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