Ahead of the new Premiership Rugby season, Andy Goode is making another comeback. He’s part of the brand new podcast series http://www.therugbypod.com/ which will be following all the action throughout the year. The first episode launches this week so be sure to listen.
If you’ve been missing Olly Mann from the radio airwaves – GOOD NEWS! You can find him at http://www.bbc.co.uk/threecountiesradio on Drivetime for the next couple of weeks. Tune in, you won’t be disappointed.
Javid Abdelmoneim visits Zaatari for an insight into life inside one of the largest refugee settlements in the world in this thought-provoking documentary. Home to some 80,000 Syrians who have fled their homes, what started as a temporary camp has grown to a city the size of Bath.
Alongside Anita Rani and Ben Timberlake, the three presenters immerse themselves into life in the camp as Zaatari’s inhabitants show them the reality behind the news stories.
Poignant, thought-provoking and important, this two-part documentary is one not to miss.
Tonight (Thurs 21st July), 9pm, BBC2
Edinburgh is almost upon us and The RSP have fantastic comedy talent heading to the Fringe! Susan Calman, Jo Caulfield, Bridget Christie and Wendy Wason are taking their one woman shows – tickets have been snapped up fast so be sure to check out the Edinburgh Fringe website for more details on availability.
The fabulous and funny Revan and Fennell have a sketch show, acclaimed by critics and audiences alike, going into Just the Tonic and Jessica Forrest appears in self-penned double act Trolley Girls with Olivia Nicholson.
Phil Hammond has not one but two shows at the Fringe! Dr Phil’s NHS Revolution and ‘Life and Death But Mainly Death‘ and David Reed appears in a one off special performance of Seance Fiction, the improvised seance comedy on 16th August only!
Phew…a hectic August for The RSP and we’re looking forward to seeing packed venues up there! For ticketing and more information head to the Fringe website: