Our next radio show will be broadcast between 8pm and 10:30pm(ish) GMT on 29th September 2015 – on Dapper FM. It will be a ‘We Shall Overcome’ Special.

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The We Shall Overcome Weekend, takes place over the weekend of 2nd 3rd and 4th of October 2015. There will be cultural events happening all over the UK to both to simply celebrate our culture and to shout from the roof tops that we are opposed to austerity.

Never ones to miss out on a rebellious knees up, Peppermint Iguana Radio will be showcasing some of the bands playing up and down the country on our next show on 29th September.

Thrown into the mix we will also have some of the bands that play the Something Else in the Dean Festival 25/26/27 September, a splattering of the best new releases from recent weeks and we will be digging out some Bosnian grooves (if we can find any) to get us in the mood for our trip to Sarajevo to cheer on the mighty Wales footyball team.

To find out what makes it in to the final 28 tracks, go to tune in to  from 8pm till around 10:30 on Tuesday 29th September

As usual, a big shout out to our sponsors Rhondda Cynon Taff UNISON, the union for public sector groovers, and Dapper FM – the sole of the community


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