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We have the most action packed show yet and it looks like this:
2pm Start and the usual eclectic mix of music with a tribute to the England footie team.
includes: 230pm: GemSong- Dee introduces our newest feature and plays a song you will know but "lost" somewhere in the recesses of your mind!
3pm: Life, The Universe and Everything. A longer discussion on key topics around science, business, education & learning, society and life in general. Followed by Dee's Thoughts, which will be a direct response to what she has just heard. Listeners are encouraged to comment throughout in the chatroom or on FB. This week a flashback to the "scientists prove Einstein wrong" debate of a couple of years ago!
315pm: Movie Matinee: The Music of John Williams
330pm approx LSO Rocks
335pm approx: Born in the USA- in respect of it being July 4th!
4pm approx- more songs!
415pm: The Zone, hosted by Lady Black, with the first full 1 hour episode (of 3) of Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle's The Lost World. Follow the amazing adventure of Professor Challenger and his team of explorers who find a prehistoric world at the top of a mountain peninsula. Plus a classic episode of X-Minus 1.
6pm: Going To The Darkside. An EPIC piece of rock to warm you up for The Baron's Rock Show.
See you then!
Good afternoon TWSers! And well done ENGLAND!
Good afternoon Baron and my fellow TWSrs, the music is helping me get through my boring job hunt.
Afternoon matey, we'll see what we can do to keep you bouncing along!
Remember this one?
Awesome album and this title track, awwwww maaaaaaaaannnn!
Time for it!
Just time to fit in....
How can someone so slight looking have such a BIG voice????
She has some power in her voice Darren.
Something special on the LUE slot today, my original (and later proved entirely correct) refuting of the scientists who claimed they had proved Einstein wrong re the limiting constant that is the speed of light. Share you comments either in the chatroom or here.
Neutrinos - sub atomic particles, recreated in experiments, seem to have zipped faster than light from CERN, near Geneva, Switzerland, to the OPERA detector at the Gran Sasso lab near L'Aquila, Italy. Conceptually, it's a simple result: neutrinos made the 730-kilometre journey 60 nanoseconds faster than they would have if they were travelling at light
Einstein's theory of relativity says nothing can travel faster than the speed of light, so is Einstein wrong, or has something else occurred?