A face for radio

28 February 2008 by Lisa

Black and white portrait of Lita Roza

See, I like to make the effort when I appear on the radio!

(It’s not really me. This is actually Lita Roza from Liverpool, the first British female artist to ever have a UK number one hit in 1953 with ‘How Much is that Doggie in the Window?’)

Make sure you check out ‘The Pool’ show with Dave Monks on BBC Radio Merseyside, from 8pm this Sunday 2 March! I’m going to be on choosing my top three favourite Liverpool tracks of the moment and talking about ‘The Beat Goes On’.

So tune in to hear my choices…a bit of eighties, a bit of punk and some wooly-hat-wearing-Velvet-Underground- meets-psychedelic sounds. I once did a similar thing choosing some tracks on the fantastic Halton FM a few years ago (yes, the dizzy heights of stardom) but at the BBC you get free coffee and the microphones are bigger.

If you miss the show you can also listen online for a week after it has aired by going to the BBC Liverpool website.

BBC Radio Merseyside – ‘The Pool’

Every Sunday evening from 8-10pm

BBC Radio Merseyside 95.8 FM, 1485 AM and on digital

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