Oooh Gari Davies on the Gaydio!

I’ve just come back from recording a radio interview with the lovely Andrew Edwards for The Sunday Forum on Gaydio – due to broadcast on Sunday 13 May 2012, 7am – 9am.

It was fantastic to be invited along to discuss my website, and to share some of my thoughts surrounding the Arts in Manchester (and London) at the moment, and I very much hope that the listeners enjoy it – please, drop me a comment or email, and let me know what you think/thought!

Should I sound a bit timid, my apologies, it was my first time – though in my defence, I chose an AWESOME Sunday Morning song for you – so treat me kindly y’all! ^_^

If you’re visiting this post on the back of the show, massive hi and thanks for finding me; regular readers, thanks a mil for the support over the years – it’s got my site to where it is today, and opened up a whole manner of opportunities like this! I very much appreciate you!

So, how do you get to hear me on Sunday, I hear you all cry out?! Well…

Gaydio is broadcast on 88.4FM in Manchester…

…and Worldwide via the Gaydio website!

It is also available directly through iTunes, or associated Gaydio apps.

The Sunday Forum is a show that is available ‘On Demand’, so if 7am-9am is right in the middle of your disco nap, you can also catch the show later on, at your leisure.

NB – If you’re curious about the title of this post, you should know that I’ve lived my whole life in the shadow of this jingle for the Radio One DJ from the 80s, Gary Davies, which anyone and everyone over the age of about 30 always sings in my face – and now it’s all come true!!! ha.

About Gari

Northern lad; living out in the Peak District and rediscovering life after having had a brain tumour.

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