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Chrissy meets ‘Sugoi-ne’

James and Lucie from local band ‘Sugoi-ne’ dropped into Susy Towers to visit the Chrissy Muir show for a chat, and to play live.

Formed for only 5 months, the pair are already accomplished artists in their own right.
Lucie was scouted by the ‘X Factor’ a few years ago (we are not surprised), and what an amazing voice!

James lives in Hookwood, Horley, and Chrissy heard about his musical talents whilst chatting to Stu, his Dad, out dog walking.

Facebook: @sugoineband

James and Lucie perform live on air

James and Lucie on mic

Phil Bashford – the Hive Rooms

PHIL BASHFORD, Manager of the amazing “Hive Rooms” Recording and Rehearsal Studios in Horley, dropped into Susy Towers to chat with Chrissy about the latest developments from the Hive, and play some of the Hive’s bands, including Blackwater Sons, Cats in Space, Orange Bomb and Youth.

Pictured above are Chrissy and Phil


Hive studio
Hive drums

Christmas Carol Concert – 2018

This year’s Christmas Service comes from the Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin, in the historic borough of Bletchingley, East Surrey, and was recorded on Sunday, 23rd December, 2018.

The village contains a medieval castle and Bletchingley Place entered via the gate house at Place Farm occupied by Anne of Cleaves after her marriage to Henry the 8th was annulled. The medieval parish church in the Anglo–Saxon administrative division of Tandridge hundred dates back over 1000 years and is recorded in the Doomsday book under the ownership of Richard de Tonebridge. Bletchingley itself served higher status than that of the close by market town of Reigate up until the 14th century.

The service was held under candlelight within the medieval church, and led by the Reverend Sister Phaedra Pamphilon-Green, Rector of the Benifice of Bletchingley and Nutfield. The opening carol “Once in Royal Davids City” was led by 12 year old soloist, Sophie Thurston.

The service was recorded with permission of, and led by the Reverend Sister Phaedra Pamphilion-Green, Rector of the Benifice of Bletchingley and Nutfield.

The Director of Music, Organist and Pianist – Tristian Hall

The Choir

Sophie Thurston
Pamela Cock
Valerie Muller

April Alexander
Ellie Muller

Owen Thurston
Robert Trotman

Anthony Cock
Richard Fowler

The readers in order were:
Deacon Tim Murrill
Dame Sarah Goad
Richard Fowler
Angela Price
Pamela Cock
Kate Doody
Ed Muller
Oliver Jackson
The Reverend Sister Phaedra Pamphilion-Green

Susy Radio would like to thank everyone involved behind the scenes at the parish Church of St Mary the Virgin and the many attending in the congregation.

For Susy Radio
Engineering and production
Neil Munday

Susy Radio 103.4 wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Celebrity Chef Tony Tobin

Top TV Celebrity Chef, Tony Tobin recently took time out from his busy schedule to pop in to the Neil Munday Radio Show.

Tony gave Neil an insight into Christmas within the Tobin household, and gave some extremely useful hints and tips on making that all important Christmas meal turn out just right whilst Neil made a number of copious notes! We’ll await the Munday’s family verdict on Neil’s effort with eager anticipation! 😉

Twitter: @ChefTonyTobin

Tina Charles

TINA CHARLES is a singer who achieved huge success during the mid to late 1970s, most noticeably with her iconic hit “I Love to Love (But My Baby Loves To Dance)” which achieved number 1 in the charts in 1976 for 3 weeks.

Tina called in to the SUSY Radio studios and chatted with Neil Munday.

Facebook: @TinaCharlesMusic