Programme 7 was recorded on Sunday 8/4/2018
Forest Round Up – Adele. Topics covered: Hoe Street Central Bank (loans innovation), Rose and Crown Quiz – Migrants’ Action Group, Mill Round Up: Knitting Workshop, Scrabble Group, Cut and Paste Exhibition - fund raising for the Mill. Hatha Yoga - Back to Basics twice on Saturday 14 April.Councillors’ surgery 2nd Saturday of each month. Acupuncture at the Mill: 17th April. 3 hours. 4.30 – 7.30. Hoe Street Market – Sunday 15 April. W.F.Trades Hall. 17 Hoe Street.
Monday 16th Rose and Crown – Red Imp Comedy Club. 8.30 £15.00 tickets.
Save our Square updates from David – Fundraiser/theatrical event: Up on the High Road: Tottenham Tapestry company. Rose and Crown. Update from the public meeting, Thursday 5th April. Songs: I’m not worth the land that I live on, though I’ve lived here for all of my life Jimmy Aldrich & Sid Goldsmith.
'Sunny Come Home' from Tyneside Rain (musical) by Roger Wicks, sung by Lilly Brooke.
Hospital Radio - Adele.
Music: Errol Garner I’ll Remember April, Fats Waller – Your Feet’s Too Big
Lunch Break at Forest Radio Recording Session No. 6. Adele, David, Gudrun. Talking about America's Deep South - book by Paul Theroux.
Jonathan Bryan – Walthamstow Food Market union Representative. Talking about St. James Street end of Walthamstow Market + parking problems and lack of local police provision.
Music: Dance for Me – Christopher Williams. Bridge over Troubled Water – Simon and Garfunkel
Lunch break continued … Gudrun, David, Adele, Talking about: Parish Church of St Michael & All Angels – Palm Sunday concert. Baroque music by Buxtehude: Cantatas for Passiontide & 'Membra Jesu Nostre'.
David: Save Our Square – Hustings for April 24th. Open invitation to Council Leader Claire Coghill to come and talk about her views re: Walthamstow Town Square development.
Closing music Something in You written and performed by Steph McFearson.