APRIL 24, 2012 QueerFM Radio Arts Extra Roundup: Today featuring interview and tracks from THE QULTCH PROJECT (great ladies, supremely talented and hawt to boot!), the amazing as always musical stylings of DJ Lisa Delux, far too many laughs to mention with co-host Aedan Saint.
The poor man was surrounded by Estrogen today…great show, check us out on CiTr Radio 101.9FM every Tuesday morning at 9:30am (PST)
I have heard from a few people recently about where to watch some of my TV work, or listen to my radio show or even read the QueerFM newsletter.
In looking on this page, I realize just how remiss I have been in my duties of keeping this page up to date! It was originally intended to be a fun and fact filled repository of the inane, insane and rambles of my odd little noggin posted throughout the day, along with my radio, TV and print work.
But with a schedule that Red Bull can’t even keep up with, I often forget in the daily hub-bub of life to do just that and focus most of the humour, weird and breaking news on twitter. I fear I leave my wit and wiles to twitter more often than not, “me bad”.
Reminder to guilt ridden self: Perez Hilton was unemployed and had all the time in the world to sit on the internet…
No podcasts of the radio shows or the postings of the weekly newsletters since March? Not even videos of my TV gigs (just as well, TV does add 10 pounds!)
It has been very busy in megamouth world these days, and as much as I started this blog page with the best of intentions of making it a one stop media shop, there has been much in the way of shiny objects to keep a gal occupied!
The Outlook TV show? Well quite frankly I never get around to actually watching my spots/stories on the telly (can’t stand watching myself on TV, horrifying thought) so I simply ignore them when they come out (a girls perogative). I don’t post them ANYWHERE, I know, I know, a publicist is their own worst client I suppose.
I enclose a link here to check out some of the podcasts of the QueerFM Arts Xtra weekly radio show. The show is always fun, (I hope) entertaining and in the past month there have been some formatting changes that are only going to continue to make it better. I am really pumped about the changes going on, it is definitely becoming the “drive to work” show of choice in the mornings! Please drop a line if you have any comments you would like to share.
I am totally gobsmacked by the interest of anyone quite frankly and I thank you all for the support!
And as always, much gets posted (that I miss) by my trusty Fanpage President on Facebook.com/barbsnelgrovefanpage or you can always find me throughout the day pissing on forest fires on twitter: @megamouthmedia.
I promise I will try and get better (if you believe that I have a dusty webpage you can help me with)… Barb xxx
BBC3 Drama Lip Service set to finally air Season Two.
It has been a long dry spell (sorry couldn’t resist) for those of us addicted to the hot & heavy Dyke drama Lip Service, but the fab Glasgowian drama is finally set to air it’s second season on BBC3 April 20th 2012 at 9pm.
Lip Service, produced by Kudos Film & Television is the better written and definitely witter cousin of the American show “The L Word”. But the series has been on hiatus for so long, that the second season (which has been in the can since last summer) was beginning to seem but a dream to its’ rabid followers. Series #1 enjoyed a cult following, with an average audience of over half a million viewers tuning in per episode.
The show follows the lives of a handful of lesbian 20-somethings situated in Glasgow, Scotland, with a well rounded cast including Ruta Gedmintas (Frankie) Laura Fraser (Cat) Heather Peace (Sam) and Fiona Buttons (Tess).
Season 2 will also see the addition of a number of new characters to stir the sapphic pot, as well as the return of the first season’s excellent supporting cast of Sadie (Natasha O’Keefe) lovable Ed (James Anthony Pearson) and serial womanizer Jay (Emun Elliott).
This year promises a much gritter “darker” series, with bombshell after bombshell, especially in episode 2. Harriet Braun, the series creator states: “I’m delighted that this second series has given me a chance to develop more compelling stories for our characters as well as mixing things up with some new and intriguing faces.”
CAST: Cat is played by Laura Fraser, Sam by Heather Peace, Frankie by Ruta Gedmintas, Tess by Fiona Button, Nora by Sinéad Keenan, Hugh by Stuart McQuarrie, Lexy by Anna Skellern, Sadie by Natasha O’Keeffe, Jay by Emun Elliott and Ed by James Anthony Pearson.