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Meanwhile, The Urban Tiger will keep bringing you regular free podcasts of short stories, independent and original music and poems, plus occasional tracks from my friends. I look forward to your comments...
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Bloom & Wild in your Letterbox!
Had good customer service and quality during the pandemic? I have. And here's another one to listen to. These people do not disappoint (in my experience!)
Treat yourself and your loved ones.
The Hedgehog and The Carpenter
I think you will like the light-hearted message behind this story from my friend 'Juke-Box Tom'.
Boom Kitchen Curry!
Blow your brains out with the best curries I've experienced!
An unapologetic Thank You for Great Customer Service!
Here’s a reworking of my favourite track, Almost Home, from my favourite Sheffield musician, Andy Whitehouse, and fellow musician Matt Howden. This is a track I use frequently to front my podcasts and it has resonance with me on all sorts of levels. You might remember Andy from two of my previous podcasts. If you don’t, go and look for the links in our podcast library. You’ll find a full interview in Kelham Island Discs playlist and a major contribution from Andy to ‘A Stent In Time’.
Kelham Island Discs No.12: Jack Whitham in conversation with The Urban Tiger
Jack Whitham: Football legend for Sheffield Wednesday, Liverpool, England under 23's and others. A lifetime of devotion to Football, to his family, his talent for writing a good song and for performing them too. His career was curtailed by tragedy but Jack has risen above that through a determination and spirit that encompasses all the many walks of his life.
Okay so this isn't Radio One and I'm not really a DJ. But... here are a few original tracks from people I have interviewed over the last couple of years and one or two others thrown in. The mood is variable, as I say I'm no DJ, but I hope enjoyable. Get your stompin' boots on for some of them too!