New Podcasts

Reading Rock Choir, award nominated rubbish and post Covid queuing

How a choir has kept going during lockdown and why we’re proud of our rubbish

Hugh Fort, Rachel Nemeth and Tom Canning return this week with the 96th episode of the Real Reading Podcast.

The latest episode focuses on the tragic events of Saturday, June 20 that saw three people lose their lives, and how Reading has reacted to the terrible events.

There’s also a look at the news Reading and Bracknell’s rubbish tips have been put up for an award, and the important question around what you’d happily queue up for in a post Covid world now a lot of non-essential businesses are reopening.

The Big Interview

This weeks special guest interview is with Reading Rock Choir leader Lucy Hewes who discusses how she’s managed to keep things going during lockdown.

Listen to the latest episode below, or find it on your favourite podcast app by clicking here.

Village rivalries and Rocket Kings Dave Stewart talks Space Camp Real Reading Podcast

Tom Canning and Rachel Nemeth discuss village rivalries and Berkshire's lovely villages on this weeks Real Reading Podcast. As well as that we talk to Dave Stewart of Rocket Kings ukelele band who've released an album – and we have an exclusive track to play you.
  1. Village rivalries and Rocket Kings Dave Stewart talks Space Camp
  2. Party in the newsroom and Ginger Perkins cake and coffee
  3. Scaffolding
  4. Burghfest, Burgers and Bikes
  5. Rising Sun crowdfunder, right Royal concern and Garrard lookin' good

By Tom Canning

Works for Reach PLC. Chatting on the Real Reading Podcast, writing on Football in Berkshire and drinking at the Bracknell Ale & Cider Festival.

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