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TV Chat / Not In My Name - New Internet Single
« on: February 05, 2003, 07:51:01 PM »
"Not In My Name" is to be played on Tom Robinson's BBC Radio 6 radio programme tonight, available on digital radio.

TV Live / Glastonwick
« on: December 10, 2002, 01:24:06 PM »
Any of you who came to Glastonwick last year might be interested in this, which I'm copying over from Attila's newsletter...

and for no good reason.......what a bloody shame.
Glastonwick, the annual Southwick Beer, Music, Poetry and More Beer Festival which we have run in our home village for the last seven years, is no more. Despite being the most successful community event ever seen in Southwick, giving about 1500 people a really good time every year and making profits of many thousands of pounds  each year for Southwick Community Association, their trustees have told us they are refusing to host it at the Barn Theatre and Community Centre again. The reason they gave is they ‘haven’t got enough volunteers to staff it’ -  which is nonsense. For every one volunteer they provide we provide five, and we could easily provide ten. Their definition of ‘community’ is very bizarre, and it obviously doesn’t include us.
If you have enjoyed Glastonwick in the past, you may have come in the future, or you simply like the idea of a festival where BOTH the real ales from small independent breweries AND the music are excellent (at other festivals I’ve been to it’s always been one or the other, but everyone who’s been has agreed we've cracked it!) please email Southwick Community Association’s trustees your feelings (as politely as you can) at
and copy your message to our local paper, the Brighton Evening Argus at
because many of their staff came to Glastonwick too, they are as fed up as we are, and this one will run and run! Cheers everyone. We won’t be beaten.
If anyone (CAMRA,  breweries, local council ents officers, where are you?) has any suggestions or proposals - anywhere in the country - for taking the Glastonwick ‘good beer and good music/poetry’ idea somewhere else, then we, the organisers, would love to hear from you at this address. Alex Hall, Beer Maestro, probably has contacts with more small independent breweries than anyone else on the planet. And we know lots of musicians and poets!
We will be holding ‘Glastonwick - The Wake’ at Shoreham Airport Bar on either or both of the 30th and 31st of May as part of the Adur Festival. It won’t be Glastonwick. But it will be good...
Please forward this email to anyone you know who enjoyed our festival.
And thanks to all of you who came!

TV Live / Thanks T.U.T.S!
« on: June 04, 2002, 06:01:55 PM »
Just wanted to say thanks to all of you who came to the gigs over the last few days. Special thanks to PK for all his help and for wearing that cap, and to Steve for the tadpoles. Believe me, it's great for me to see so many familiar friendly faces in the audience when I'm playing. With supporters like you lot, things can only go well! So now, along with other tour highlights over the last 25 years - Damned/Adverts, T.V. & Tom Robinson - I have a new one to add to the list...the already legendary...T.U.T.S LONG WEEKENDER!!
See you next time,

(nächstes mal Auswärtsspiele?)

World Abused / Question: The end of the world?
« on: March 13, 2002, 08:55:29 PM »
Answer: George Bush III

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