So the next Doctor Who regeneration of My Life In 8 Songs is almost upon us. What will it look like this time. Tune in to MSP Waves in 60 minutes to find out.
There will be news, news, news all the way - with 8 songs rolled in for good measure.
And we have news and discussion coming in loud and clear from @morkrock, @krnel, @johnvibes and @gregorypatrick of @informationwar. I believe @breezin may be joining us from South Africa. And to round it all up @flauwy will be filling us in about his 1UP project.
Eight songs, eight news stories - something for everyone.
Come dip your toe in the water and see what bites...
The shows airs from 8pm - 11pm UTC on Thursday on MSP Waves Radio.
I am delighted to have Chris and Katya from @breakoutthecrazy coming back on the show to talk about their new EP - Pause Rewind that they have just launched.
Also live on the show Priscilla Hernandez @yidneth is coming along to present her massively popular new release Līgo.
She will be talking about how the song and the beautiful video for this traditional Latvian folk song came about.
There will also be six more most excellent songs posted by steemians this week interspersed between the news stories :
From South Africa @morkrock is coming along to tell us about the rapidly deteriorating situation for white farmers in his country :
Joining the show from Canada @krnel will be discussing the dangers of vaccinations and social media censorship :
Free Thought Project writer @johnvibes will be coming on the show from the USA to talk about topics such as beer companies investing in cannabis and the dangers of fracking affecting drinking water supplies :
With news from the blockchain @flauwy will be joining us from Costa Rica to talk about the 1UP project.
As this show progresses towards full news based content I will be looking for more contributors who would like to present their stories
If you are interested in this please contact me on Discord @Pennsif#9921.
The 'My News in 8 Songs' show airs on MSP Waves Radio on Thursdays from 8pm to 11pm UTC.
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