Listen Again Sunday Supplement

    Every Sunday between 11am and 2pm Tim Manns presents the Sunday Supplement. The show includes interviews with a wide range of guests and on this page you can listen again to some of those interviews.

    Please click on the item below to listen. 

     

    Most recent show - Sunday 26th February

     

    Billy Ocean tells us about his Here You Are - The Best Of Tour which arrives in Plymouth on Wed 29th March.

    Richard Digance talks about his Art Exhibition & Evening Concert at the Watermark in Ivybridge on Sat 18th March.

    Phil Thorneycroft from Wolferstans Solicitors gives us advice on changes to the law regarding personal injury claims.

    The Herald's Clare Robinson with our weekly look at the local entertainment scene.

    Previous Shows

    Sunday 19th February

    Local historian Chris Robinson talks about swimming pools in Plymouth.

    Sunday 12th February

    New York based, Devon born actor Emrhys Cooper tells us the Bhutanese film, Kushuthara, in which he plays the male lead and which will be premiered in New York in March.

    Sunday 5th February

    Katy O'Brien and Drew Statton tell us about Annie jr, at the Devonport Playhouse on 10th & 11th Feb.

    Tennessee Bob joins us for our monthly chat about all things USA

    Sunday 29th January

    Phil Thorneycroft from Wolferstans Solicitors gives us advice on realising endowment insurance policies

    Sunday 15th January

    Award-winning writer and broadcaster Jay Rayner tells us about his book and tour The Ten (Food) Commandments - Jay is at The Watermark, Ivybridge on 3rd February.

    Tennessee Bob joins us for our monthly chat about all things USA

    Sunday 18th December

    French/English comedy duo Spitz & Co tell us about their show Gloria in the Mist, currently at The Drum.

    Phil Thorneycroft from Wolferstans Solicitors tells us what our rights are when it comes to returning unwanted or damaged gifts.

    Sunday 11th December

    Andy Quick of Land of the Giants tells us about the latest developments with the band.

    Sunday 4th December

    Tennessee Bob joins us for our monthly chat about all things USA

    Sunday 27th November

    Larraine Smith who is Chairperson of the Plymouth Military Wives Choir tells us about their new single and album.

    Sam Buckthought from Wolferstans Solicitors tells us about their free legal clinic on Friday 2nd December raising money for the charity Headway.

    Sunday 20th November

    Angela Collins, director of Oliver! at the Devonport Playhouse tells us about the show.

    Local historian Chris Robinson talks about his latest publication Victorian Plymouth.

    Sunday 13th November

    Head of Tourism in Ras Al Khaimer, Haitham Mattar, tells us about the Emirate, in which Radio Plymouth will be giving away a holiday.

    Sunday 6th November

    West End Star Gary Wilmot, currently appearing in BIG at the Theatre Royal Plymouth.

    Tennessee Bob joins us for our monthly chat about all things USA

    Sunday 30th October

    Jack Savoretti talks about his new album Sleep No More.

    Local historian Chris Robinson talks about "new" Plymouth.

    Phil Thorneycroft from Wolferstans Solicitors tells us about changes in in the law relating to divorce.

    Sunday 23rd October

    Former Spice Girl Melanie C spoke to Radio Plymouth's Martin Mills earlier in the week about her latest album, Version of Me.

    Shakin' Stevens talks about his critically acclaimed album Echoes of Our Times.

    Sunday 9th October

    Michael "PK" Pitkeathly tells us about HMS Courageous, Plymouth's decommissioned nuclear submarine.

    Comedian George Egg, "anarchist cook", is appearing at The Watermark in Ivybridge on Ocrober 21st and tells us about his show.

    Sunday 2nd October

    Katy O'Brien tells us about the City of Plymouth Youth Theatre Co's production of Elf the Musical

    Tennessee Bob joins us for our monthly chat about all things USA

    Sunday 25th September

    Eddi Reader of Fairground Attraction spoke to us in advance of her Looe Music Festival appearance.

    Also appearing in Looe was Neville Staple of The Specials and Fun Boy Three.

    In the aftermath of the Brangelina divorce announcement Phil Thorneycroft from Wolferstans Solicitors talks about the costs associated with divorce.

    Local historian Chris Robinson tells us about how Plymouth adapted to electrification in the Victorian era.

    Sunday 18th September

    Fast of the Fun Lovin' Criminals talk to us ahead of their headline appearance at the Looe Music Festival

    Lucy O'Byrne, star of The Sound of Music, talks about finding fame through The Voice

    Broadcaster Charlotte Green talks to us ahead of her appearance at The Watermark in Ivybridge.

    Sunday 11th September

    Seth Lakeman talks about his new album Ballads of the Broken Few and his current tour.

    The Herald's Clare Robinson with our weekly look at the local entertainment scene.

    Sunday 4th September

    Our monthly chat with our Colonial Cousin, Tennessee Bob

    Sunday 28th August

    Phil Thorneycroft from Wolferstans Solicitors tells us about changes in taxation of buy-to-let property owners.

    Sunday 21st August

    Stand-up comedian and serving policeman Alfie Moore talks to us ahead of his gig at the Watermark in Ivybridge on Sep 10th.

    Sunday 14th August

    P-R, lead singer with The Urban Voodoo Machine, talks to us ahead of their gig in Tavistock.

    Local historian Chris Robinson talks about Cafes on Plymouth Hoe, past and present.

    Sunday 7th August

    Lee Trigger and Richard Hemmings from the Plymouth Devils speedway team tell us how the season is progressing.

    Our monthly chat with our Colonial Cousin, Tennessee Bob

    Sunday 31st July

    Phil Thorneycroft from Wolferstans Solicitors tells us of the impact of the changes in the availability of legal aid.

    Sunday 10th July

    80s legend Paul Young talks about his new album Good Thing

    Local historian Chris Robinson tells us about Mutley Plain in the 1850s

    Sunday 3rd July

    Gareth Roberts tells us about the WCP Theatre Company's production of The Phantom of the Opera at the Drum, 12-16th July.

    Our monthly chat with our Colonial Cousin, Tennessee Bob

    Sunday 26th June

    Hannah Wood and Amy Fisher tell us about Short Changed which is at the Drum theatre on Thursday, Friday and Saturday (30 Jun-2 Jul).

    Phil Thornycroft from Wolferstans Solicitors explains his company's involvement with the Armed Forces.

    Sunday 19th June

    Local historian Chris Robinson talks about the centenary of the Battle of Jutland and how it affected Plymouth.

    Sunday 12th June

    Support act at the Rod Stewart concert, The Mariachis  came into the studio during the week

    Sunday 5th June

    Actor Maxwell Caulfield was appearing in Guys and Dolls at the Theatre Royal

    Our monthly chat with our Colonial Cousin, Tennessee Bob

    Sunday 29th May

    On the eve of their League Two play off final local historian Chris Robinson talks about Plymouth Argyle in print.

    Phil Thorneycroft of Wolferstans solicitors tells us about the legalities of taking children abroad.

    Sunday 22nd May

    David Birrell and Joshua James tell us about The War Has Not Yet Started currently at The Drum Theatre

    Sunday 15th May

    80s star Mari Wilson tells us about her new album

    Sunday 8th May

    Bobby Hodges, who stars in Riverdance, tells us about the show.

    Our monthly chat with our Colonial Cousin, Tennessee Bob

    Sunday 1st May

    We find out about the Hofesh Schecter dance company.

    Phil Thorneycroft of Wolferstans solicitors tells us about the legalities of changing your name.

    Sunday 24th April

    Local author Dick Benson-Giles tells us about his new publication The Boy in the Mask, The Hidden World of Lawrence of Arabia (Dick will be signing copies of the book in Waterstones at Drake Circus on Thu 18th May).

    Flavia who, with her dance partner Vincent, brings her Last Tango show to Plymouth Pavillions this week.

    Director Katy O'Brien and lead actress Thaila Kelly tell us about their production of Legally Blonde.

    Sunday 17th April

    Former bass player with The Jam - Bruce Foxton talks about his music and his new album.

    Local historian Chris Robinson talks about the Mayflower and its Plymouth connections.

    Sunday 10th April - Swedish singer/songwriter Benjamin Folke Thomas talks about his music ahead of appearing at the Watermark in Ivybridge on Friday 15th April.

    Sunday 3rd April - Michael Bradley of the Undertones tells us about his new book My Life As An Undertone - Teenage Kicks

    Our monthly chat with our Colonial Cousin, Tennessee Bob

    Sunday 27th March - England's 1966 hat trick hero Sir Geoff Hurst tells us how youngsters can be mascots at Euro 2016

    Phil Thorneycroft of Wolferstans solicitors with a look at how the budget is likely to affect us.

    Local historian Chris Robinson talks about the naming of ships with a Plymouth connection.

    Sunday 20th March - Robert Hadfield of Collabro who play Plymouth Pavilions on Thursday 24th March

    Neil Arthur of 80s pop group Blancmange reflects on their heyday and tells us about the reformed band.

    Tim Chipping who is appearing in Man with the Hammer at the Drum until Saturday 26th March.

    Sunday 13th March - Motoring correspondent and former F1 driver Tiff Needell gives us some useful advice on looking after your car

    Sam Pomeroy and Sean Will introduce us to the demon barber Sweeney Todd

    Sunday 6th March - Annie Worth from Sounds Musical Theatre Company tells us about The Pyjama Game which is being performed at the Devonport Playhouse from 9th to 12th March.

    Our monthly chat with our Colonial Cousin, Tennessee Bob

    Sunday 28th February - Andy Neill author of Had Me A Real Good Time, Faces, Before During And After, the ultimate Faces biography, tells us about his book

    Phil Thorneycroft of Wolferstans Solicitors with our monthly legal advice feature

    Sunday 21st February - Andrew Roachford of Cuddly Toy fame tells about new album Encore and his forthcoming tour, which starts at Plymouth's The Hub (Fri 26th Feb)

    Former motorcycling world champion Steve Parrish talks to us about his career and forthcoming appearance at The Watermark in Ivybridge (Sun 28th Feb)

    Sunday 14th February - Sam James who stars in Monster Raving Looney at the Drum tells about the play in which he plays Screaming Lord Sutch

    Local historian Chris Robinson talks about ancient maps of Plymouth

    Sunday 7th February - Our monthly chat with our Colonial Cousin, Tennessee Bob

    Sunday 31st January - Katy O'Brien and her son Will tell us about the City of Plymouth Youth Theatre production of Guys & Dolls

    Phil Thorneycroft of Wolferstans Solicitors with our monthly legal advice feature

    Sunday 24th January - Local historian Chris Robinson talks about the then-new Quality Hotel in the 1970s

    Sunday 17th January - Our monthly chat with our Colonial Cousin, Tennessee Bob

    2015 Shows

    Sunday 20th December - Local historian Chris Robinson talks about a book of Plymouth residents' memories of World War II.

    Sunday 13th December - Seth Lakeman joined us on the drivetime show to talk about his show forthcoming show at Plymouth Pavilions

    Seth played The Stranger live in the studio backed by Wildwood Kin

    Sunday 6th December - Our monthly chat with our Colonial Cousin, Tennessee Bob

    Sunday 29th November - The West country's favourite comedian Jethro joins us to talk about his latest DVD Jethro Live: 40 Years the Joker

    Phil Thorneycroft of Wolferstans Solicitors with our monthly legal advice feature

    Sunday 22nd November - Local historian Chris Robinson and film maker Alan Tibbits tell us about Plymouth in the 70s

    Sunday 15th November - Angela Collins tells us about the Plymouth Theatre Company's White Christmas

    Sunday 8th November - Stars of stage and TV Brian Capron and Liza Goddard were in town appearing at the Theatre Royal in The Smallest Show On Earth and came in to talk about the show and their careers

    Sunday 1st November - Our monthly chat with our Colonial Cousin, Tennessee Bob

    Sunday 25th October - Top comedian Jasper Carrott was in town to promote his December visit to Plymouth Pavilions

    Part 1

    Part 2

    Local artist Peter Blackler tells us about his new project, The Plymouth Series

    Phil Thorneycroft of Wolferstans Solicitors with our monthly legal advice feature

    Sunday 18th October - Local historian Chris Robinson at the commemoration of the Napoleon Stone on the Hoe

    WCP Theatre Company's Gareth Roberts tells us about A Christmas Carol at the Devonport Playhouse

    Sunday 11th October - Actor and musician Laurence Fox who is appearing in Lewis on ITV and has a new album out in February 2016

    Sunday 4th October - Phil Thorneycroft of Wolferstans Solicitors with our monthly legal advice feature

    Our monthly chat with our Colonial Cousin, Tennessee Bob

    Sunday 20th September - Nell Bryden tells us about her latest single Wolves

    Local historian Chris Robinson on the damage Plymouth suffered during WWII

    Sunday 13th September - Mavis Humphries & Joyce Hele of Plymouth Jazz Club

    Sunday 6th September -Mike Pender of the Searchers tells us about his autobiography, Origins of the Searchers and The Search for Myself

    Our monthly chat with our Colonial Cousin, Tennessee Bob

    Sunday 30th August - Phil Thorneycroft of Wolferstans Solicitors with our monthly legal advice feature

    Sunday 23rd August - The stars of Jersey Boys, appearing at Plymouth's Theatre Royal

    Sunday 16th August - Local historian Chris Robinson on Plymouth's waterfront walkway

    Sunday 9th August - Founder member of the Alice Cooper Band, Dennis Dunaway, who has written Snakes! Guillotines! Electric Chairs! My Adventures in the Alice Cooper Group.

    Our monthly chat with our Colonial Cousin, Tennessee Bob

    Sunday 2nd August - Mike Grainger of GT Motorcycles tells us about the Plymouth Megaride, held on Sun 9th Aug, and GT Motorcycles' open day on Sat 15th Aug

    Phil Thorneycroft of Wolferstans Solicitors with our monthly legal advice feature

    Sunday 26th July - Brian Southall, author of The Road is Long... The Hollies Story

    Jarra Brown MBE, author of 46 Miles, A Journey of Repatriation and Humbling Respect

    Sunday 19th July - David Buckley, author of The Music And The Changes, a book on David Bowie's music

    Sam Pomeroy tells us about the Cyclone Theatre Company's production 603 Miles, at the Barbican Theatre

    Local historian Chris Robinson on place names in Plymouth

    Sunday 5th July - Ahead of Bastille Day we spoke to Consul Honoraire de France Alain Sibiril and Brittany Ferries Head of Marketing Richard Price

    Our monthly chat with our Colonial Cousin, Tennessee Bob

    Sunday 28th June - Phil Thorneycroft of Wolferstans Solicitors with our monthly legal advice feature

    Sunday 21st June - Danny Goffey formerly of Supergrass talks about his new group Van Goffey

    You can also look at the official video for "Race of Life"

     

    Sunday 14th June - The voice of Rose Royce, Gwen Dickey looks forward to appearing in Plymouth on Friday 19th June

    Local historian Chris Robinson on the 70s in Plymouth

    Sunday 24th May - American humourist and author David Sedaris

    Sunday 17th May - Justin Hayward of The Moody Blues

    Local historian Chris Robinson takes us on a tour of Plymouth's oldest pubs

    Sunday 10th May - Rick Buckler formerly of The Jam talks about his new book, That's Entertainment - My Life In The Jam

    Sunday 3rd May - Jim Cregan formerly of Family and Cockney Rebel and for 18 years with Rod Stewart as guitarist and co-writer. (The song referred to at the start of the conversation is Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me) by Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel)

    Sunday 15th Feb - Sharleen Spiteri of Texas

    Sunday 11th Jan - John Challis (Only Fools and Horses) & Jeffrey Holland (Hi De Hi)

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