Posts Tagged ‘BBC Oxford’

Toyah on the Radio: Nick Piercey/BBC Radio Oxford

February 27th, 2017

bbcoxford13aToyah guests on Nick Piercey’s show on BBC Radio Oxford today.

Toyah Willcox + Cycle for Charity
The ’80’s Invasion’ tour is back in 2017 with Toyah & Westminster Abbey to Islip cycle.

• Listen online live at the BBC website or post-airing at BBC iPlayer.

BBC Oxford: New Toyah Interview @ BBC iPlayer

August 19th, 2015

Toyah guested on Kat Orman’s show on ‘BBC Radio Oxford’ yesterday. The interview is available to listen to at BBC iPlayer, and will be for the next month.

Toyah Willcox and the Wallingford superhome: Kat meets Mike Bicknell from Wallingford. Ten years ago Mike, who was a keen runner, almost lost his leg in a road accident. Plus Kat finds out about a house in Wallingford that has qualified for “Superhome” status and talks to one of the headlines acts from this weekend’s Fairport’s Cropredy Convention Toyah Willcox.

• Toyah’s interview, which took place backstage at Cropredy on Saturday, begins at approximately 46m 30s into the programme and runs for around 9 minutes (plus a play of I Want To Be Free). Toyah talks about her early life and school days, rebellious teenage years, what influenced her imagery: “I wanted to be completely different, almost genderless“, visiting Oxford, Aaaaaaaah!, and her set at Cropredy.

BBC Oxford: Kat Orman: Toyah Interview @ BBC iPlayer

April 26th, 2013

Toyah guested on Kat Orman’s show on ‘BBC Radio Oxford’ yesterday afternoon. The interview is available to listen to at BBC iPlayer. It will remain online until next Thursday.

Join Kat Orman for amazing stories from Oxfordshire.

• The interview begins at approximately 2hr 6ms into the programme and runs for around 25 minutes (including the music and a travel update). Toyah talks about what she’s been doing, enjoying work, her inspirations, how a lack of support drives her on, Madonna, memories of the 80s, Hormonal Housewives, previous visits to Oxford and more. There’s also plays of ‘I Want To Be Free’ and David Bowie’s ‘Life on Mars’.

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