Here we welcome Morecambe’s very own Michael Jackson. Jackson Brayford is the guy all of Morecambe is talking about on Social Media for entertaining the people of Morecambe in all sorts of weather. Jackson has moved here to be with his fiancee from Mount Airy in North Carolina.
Jackson gives us a short interview before performing his routines for “Bad” & “Billie Jean”
Filmed live at The Palatine in Morecambe we thank them both for allowing us to use their venue for the performance.
We hope you enjoy the video!
Here in this episode we bring you Morecambe’s very own Sandgrownun Greg Lambert. Greg is well known locally for his work with the Morecambe Visitor, Journalisim, Charity work, wrestling, boxing and currently his involvement with Beyond Radio where he hosts his own show every Tuesday from 6pm – 8pm. In this episode Greg tells us about his early life growing up in Morecambe and how his childhood was hard, especially during his school years as Greg was bullied. Greg also tells us about his involvement with trying to get the Eden Project North built in Morecambe and how this could be the start of regeneration for the area. This is one of our deeper podcasts and the episode has some serious concerns with modern forms of bullying as the internet generation now witnesses. We thank Greg for coming to talk to us.
Here we are presenting top local female Darts player Jo “Twinkle” Clements. Jo joins us to discuss how she got into the game of darts from the moment she picked up her first set. Jo is currently ranked #20 in the BDO ladies world rankings. After the huge success of Fallon Sherrock competing in the PDC world championships and becoming the first female player to win a match against a male player, the female side of darts is most definitely on the rise. With sponsorship Jo fully believes she can achieve her dream of playing at the world championships one day after just missing out in 2019. This is a great insight into ladies darts and we hope to see Jo on that big stage in the near future “GOOD LUCK JO JO”
This video is a feature on the musical band Supersonic Kicks. We filmed this band at the Bowerham Hotel in Lancaster on Saturday 30th November 2019. All music heard in the video was performed live on the night by the band. The video starts with a time lapse of the band setting up and the song over is “Lonely Boy”. That is followed by a short interview with John Donnelly (Smartycap Productions) who meets the band to discuss how they formed the band and who everyones influences are. This is followed by the band performing 3 songs…..1st its “Riders on the storm” 2nd is 5:15 and finally “Alabama Song / Back Door Man. The video ends with a short clip of the band performing Sha La La. Big shouts go out to Supersonic Kicks and the Bowerham Hotel.
Meet Dickie Siddle (Richard) who was born in Morecambe almost 78 years ago and has lived in Morecambe / Heysham all of his life. Dickie tells us about life in the town from a very young age up until the present day. This is a must watch for all locals young and old.
“Local lad done good” Alan Lingwood Snr joins us to talk about his life being born on a council estate in Heysham & growing up in Morecambe. A keen footballer & boxer Alan excelled in both sports however the Royal Marines is where Alan really got the life skills he has today. This experience gave Alan the skills to start his well known sucessful local security business Lingwood Security Management.
Andy Creevy, a well known musician who hails from Bootle in Merseyside. Andy moved to Morecambe in 1985 to work as a nurse for the NHS. Andy tells his story about how he came to Morecambe and made our town his home. Andy is well known for his band “The Reggie Mental Band” and his beloved Everton FC. Andy plays 2 songs on his acoustic guitar. “Die a happy man by Thomas Rhett & Take me home, Country Roads by John Denver. This is a must watch video.
Meet Richard Allott, a proud Yorkshireman who grew up in Barnsley. Richard joins us to discuss his life from leaving school and going down the pit. He describes how he went from being down the pit and how he came to Morecambe over 47 years ago and has never looked back.