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Join Julie Barker for another hour of creative writing, short stories and great music on East Yorkshire’s Vixen 101 as she talks to South Cave writer, Alina Voyce. We also hear about the online writing community she belongs to, WEbook.com. Also hear from the winner of the Val Wood Prize for Creative Writing 2013, Sharon Burton. It was a competition run to coincide with the Beverley Literature Festival and Sharon reads her story exclusively on the programme.
This edition of Telling Tales was broadcast on Saturday 16th August at 4pm and the September show will be aired on Saturday 20th Sept. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org with your stories and feedback.
Find out more about the latest developments and successes in the creative writing world in the East Riding this Saturday, 4pm, on Vixen 101. Telling Tales, presented by Julie Barker, will hear from South Cave writer Alina Voyce, about online writing community WEbook.com, and begins a two-part preview of the Beverley Literature Festival 2014 by hearing from a creative writing competition winner from last year.
There is a special programme this Saturday on Vixen 101 from 11-2. Weekend Guide looks at the many activities going on involving our part of East Yorkshire. Tony Barker returns to the airwaves to talk to Kelly Ward about a special fundraising event in the afternoon at the Market Weighton Commmunity Hall. Pocklington resident John Charlesworth will be in the studio after 12 to talk about his reunion with his grandson, thanks in part to Vixen 101, and we’ll preview a special event by a Lifestyle team at the Carpenter’s Arms in Market Weighton on Sunday.
Plus, we hope to catch up with Seaton Ross playwright Rob Winlow at the Edinburgh Festival. Meanwhile, at 11.30, there is Weekend Sports Preview with Phil High.
Whilst Paul is away for the day, the mid morning show has been handed over to the capable hands of Mark Wardman. From 11am you can tune into “Wardy on the Wireless” where we are sure that he will entertain you in his inimitable way with endless amounts of music and chat. Phil High will also be around keeping the reigns though! For a request or dedication email studio@ vixen101.co.uk or give him a call on 01430 879101.
We are pleased to announce that the fault with our hourly news bulletins has now been rectified and you should hear our normal service at the top of each hour. This was due to circumstances beyond our control.
Vixen101′s Paul Atkinson is once again on his travels – to the sunny climate of the Dominican Republic. Not wanting to leave poor “Pat the Hat” back home alone in Blighty, Paul is once again going to test the power of the internet and if all goes to plan, will once again be broadcasting the Soul Shack live from his sun-lounger on Sunday evening between 7pm & 10pm. Pat and Steve will be back in the studio, providing the music and chat, whilst maintaining the links with the “Dom Rep”, so tune in to get a live weather report from the Carribbean on Sunday night whilst listening to the best of Northern Soul .
Due to flooding in Market Weighton on Sunday 20th July 2014, the Doctor’s surgery will not be relocating from Londesborough Road to the new health centre at Medforth Street off Northgate Vale until at least the end of September.
The existing surgery and pharmacy on Londesborough Road will operate as normal until further notice.
Market Weighton suffered severe flash floods between about 7 and 8pm on Sunday, causing flood damage to numerous residential homes, shops and pubs on many roads throughout the town including, Southgate, High Street, Finkle Street, Hawling Road and Scotts Croft.
Julie Barker – presenter of the Telling Tales show
The deadline for entries from young writers for the Vixen 101-Pocklington Post Telling Tales short story competition is being extended to give them a chance to enter during the summer holidays.
The competition, which closed for adults this week (July 15th), invites East Yorkshire people to write up to 1,000 words on any subject. It was launched to celebrate the programme, Telling Tales, on Vixen 101. The prize fund has also been boosted to attract young writers with Margaret’s DIY of Holme Upon Spalding Moor adding £15 in vouchers to the £15 already pledged by Burnby Hall Gardens. This is in addition to the winning entry being broadcast on Vixen 101, online and being published in the Pocklington Post.
Presenter Julie Barker says: “Margaret Hobson’s gesture is very welcome and I hope the extra prize as well as an extended deadline will encourage more young writers to start scribbling or typing. There are plenty of writers out there and we have come across so many as part of Telling Tales. I can understand that the under-16 age group will have been pre-occupied by exams this summer, so the competition is now a holiday challenge.”
Please send your entries to email@example.com together with full contact details by 31st August 2014.
Meanwhile, thank you for those who have entered the adult category. We are sifting through the many stories.
York-based author Helen Cadbury (right) talks to presenter Julie Barker
This month, join Julie Barker for a competition special for creative writers. They include one to celebrate the city of Hull, a charity one about homelessness from Yorkshire-based SASH. The programme also hears from York-based author Helen Cadbury. Amongst many issues, Helen talks about her success in a northern crime-writing competition, which is open for 2014 entries. The show was first broadcast at 4pm on Saturday 12th July.