Friday, September 19, 2008

Into the weekend...

Hello again Zoners,
has it been a good week ?
It's been a busy one here at AZ Towers, doing all sorts of allegedly complicated things with Studio parts, whilst all still went along as normal. Well, as normal as it can be here !
As ever, Johnny was recording shows, and last Tuesday, Zoe returned, her first visit here since her Iceland trip. Add to this, that the new Gil Legine opus has arrived, after a few months break.
Plenty to be getting along with !
Pride of place this coming week, schedule wise, seems to be split amongst 3 people, as it turns out. Earlier today, Johnny Reece was aired on WCRV 97.7 in Pennsylvania, and on Sunday, they will air the brand new Zoe Paranoimia Show - it's first airing, anywhere.
Johnny also appears on Hesser College Radio, on Saturday (Noon EST) via This will be his show before last, from 11th September.
Into next week, and we are aired by Radio Seagull ( and yes, you know the times by now don't you ?
Mon, Tue, Wed, at 21.00 CET, and respectively, it will be Richard Bismarck, Zoe (August Show), and then the brand new Johnny Reece Show, on Wednesday.
Repeats of these run at 03.00 CET on Fri, Sat, Sun...
RTI will also air Johnny's new Show, on Monday evening, on Sky 0195 and globally via, at 22.00 CET.
We hope to expand our worldwide outlets shortly. Watch this space !
Ah, I hear you ask, when will we hear the newies from Zoe, and Gil ?
Well, via Radio Seagull is the answer, with first airings of the new Zoe Show on the 6th and 10th October, whilst The Gilster is around on 7th and 11th October.
In both cases, worth the wait, I assure you !
Oh, and these will be repeated too, approximately a fortnight later. At the end of this month, I will be publishing the full October Album Zone Schedules, right here.
So, do tune in when you can please, and don't be afraid to say Hi !, whoever, and wherever, you are. Our broadcasting reach does seem to be stretching far and wide (should that be further and wide ?) and that's just how we like it.
Have a fine weekend everyone, and thanks, as ever, for your support.
Steve Lloyd PR The Album Zone