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New Schedule Announcements: 3rd July 2015

What does that say? One of our radio shows is being filmed?

Here at W!ZARD Radio Station, we don't like staying still. We don't like staying comfortable. At least once a year we make changes to and extend our broadcasting schedule to give you more of the high quality radio broadcasting you always ask for.

From Friday 3rd July 2015, W!ZARD Radio Station will be shifting our broadcasting schedule from the current 39 hour schedule to a new 42 hour schedule, broadcasting every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10am to Midnight (UK time).

Below you can view our new broadcasting schedule, along with notes explaining some of the new shows and presenters who you may not be familiar with yet. Closer to the July launch date, more details about specific shows will be announced.



Friday's have some of the biggest changes of the entire line-up, with a series of new shows and show expansions visible on…
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Films

Review: Second Coming

Gritty, hard hitting and surprisingly relateable.

Review: Second Coming
Second Coming is a look at the life and struggles of a family living in London who are experiencing the strange phenomena of child birth… but they haven’t had sex for ages?

Difficult questions arise between Jax (Nadine Marshall) and Mark (Idris Elba) when they are torn apart by this virgin-birth reality and, if that doesn’t seem to be a big enough problem, they are having issues relating with JJ (Kai Francis Lewis), their teen son.

It’s gritty, real and hard hitting – although it does feel a little bit out of place on the silver screen. There is something about the texture and feel of the film which suits the likes of Eastenders mixed with Waterloo Road. Regardless, these challenging roles are performed with passion and power, a big feat considering how real some of the issues raised in the film are.

Whilst one may think…
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Films

Review: Insidious: Chapter 3

P.S. We apologise to the man sitting next to James during the screening.

Review: Insidious: Chapter 3
As a huge horror fan myself, when I found that that a prequel to the infamous Insidious series was being filmed I screamed like a little girl… a similar scream I would shortly use again when actually watching the film.

Insidious: Chapter 3 is set before the haunting of the Lambert family (1 and 2) and reveals the story of how gifted psychic Elise Rainier (played by horror veteran Lin Shay) reluctantly agrees to use her ability to contact the dead in order to help a teenage girl who has been targeted by a dangerous supernatural demon. Of the worst type. The film is set-up in a way which suggests that, without the happenings of Chapter 3, the other two films wouldn’t be possible.

For this release, Leigh Whannell (who has written the other two Insidious films) has also taken the director role, taking over from buddy James…
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