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Doctor Sleep – Film Review DuggystoneRadio By Glenn Barr

Doctor Sleep was written by Glenn Barr Moviemakers could have gone down a safe obvious path with a sequel to Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 classic horror movie, The Shining, and released a straight to video rip-off not based on Stephen King’s original novel. However, other than the dreadful 1997 TV movie remake, they didn’t get the […]


The Irishman – Film Review – Glenn Barr – Duggystone Radio

The Irishman by Glenn Barr   The Irishman follows hit man Frank Sheeran (Robert De Niro) as he looks back on a life of crime. Indeed, the movie is like a dream come true for fans of Goodfellas as it brings the band back together for one last gig, so to speak. The band in […]


90s Subculture

Many highlight the 90s as the time that marked the Golden Age of underground music zines cataloguing subcultural movements. Without an avalanche of Tumblr accounts offering endless information on what your favourite band is wearing, Soundcloud recommendations about who to listen to next, or Twitter documenting your most-loved guitar player’s childhood fear, publications such as […]


Ford Capri – A Retro Look Back – By Jack Mortimer

Ford Capri by Jack Mortimer for The Road Show So pretty much everyone the world over knows about the Ford Mustang. It was a brilliant idea – a sports car that was both affordable and practical for everyday use as a family car. Well sadly over here in Europe it wasn’t sold officially (in RHD […]


Rock 4 Charity – Duggystone Radio Outside Broadcast

Mark Weech From Duggystone Radio covered the “Rock 4 Charity” event held at Action Indoor Sports Bristol   The event was to raise funds for two amazing charities that Mark Weech is very passionate about (you can donate below on the links) Bristol Heart Institute www.justgiving.com/raymondsims (Above and Beyond) Helping  Henry Henry from Midsomer Norton who […]

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7 Killer Tips of How To Grow A Podcast and Keep Listeners Engaged

Growing a Podcast and Retaining Listeners It’s a question podcaster always as and want to know, so here are 7 Killer Tips we know work. Here at Duggystone Radio we have been creating audio content for some time now, we’ve made the mistakes, we’ve done the research into systems, equipment and processes. Our seven top […]

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What They are Saying.

A lovely testimonial from one of our Sponsors. “Duggystone Radio’s Geordie contacted Clean MyRide for a sample to review on the Sunday evening ‘Bikers Night’ show on DuggyStone Radio. To say it was a success is already an understatement. Not only has Geordie become a convert to our bike wash degreaser product but he’s brought […]

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Ozzy Osbourne one of our best-loved Rock and Roll stars has serious health issues Ozzy has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease.  Speaking on Good Morning America with his wife Sharon Osbourne, the singer made the revelation.   Ozzy said: “I got a numbness down this arm for the surgery, my legs keep going cold. I […]

2020 Track Of The Month List   Each month in 2020 we will be picking a track we believe is worthy of being our track of the month, it’s going to be tough as there is so much emerging talent. So if a track appears on this list then it’s going to be good. To […]

What is the perfect business 1:2:1 to get the most out of, that’s the question on the business show as well as some current affairs news and some banging tracks from:- The Petty Cassettes, The Mirror Pictures and Longstay   This is the Podcast of the show so it’s at full audio quality.   Longstay […]

The Voice Returns to UK TV screens in Jan 2020 As music reality Tv shows go “The Voice” has to be the most genuine of them all with some real talent.   Olly Mur who was the winning judge in 2019 was genuinely emotional when one of the duos explained they were twins. Olly explained […]

Trotters Independent Traders Double Pack on Pre Order for 2020 A vehicle that’s been discussed on the Duggystone Road Show   Check the roadshow out below   The Road Show #11 Del boy was known for his Reliant Regal (not to be confused with the Reliant Robin) added to his car collection with his green Ford […]

One of Music very talented drummers dies at 67 1952-2020 Neil Peart, the legendary drummer of Rush, has died, an announcement released from the band. Neil was 67. What The Band Had To Say Peart passed on Tuesday, January 7th. The cause of death is reported as brain cancer. Neil joined Rush in 1974 after the […]

The Intro to the Show   Let’s start with some stats (always a good place) 86% of potential  consumers will check  local businesses reviews 89% of consumers read businesses’ responses to reviews 40% of consumers only take into account reviews written within the last two weeks 57% of consumers will only go with a business […]

A lot has been written about how much millionaires and billionaires read, they read to expand their knowledge of the world and extract new ways of thinking, predicting trends and staying ahead of the curve. So are we expected to all be able to consume page after page of text? Not everyone is an avid […]

Welcome back Star Wars! The Rise of Skywalker is a return to form of sorts, especially if one considers that the original trilogy was based on old Saturday matinee drive-in Flash Gordon tales – and that is precisely what we get this time around – a classic adventure movie! Finn, Poe and Rey work together, […]

The Christmas Chronicles by Glenn Barr It’s the season to be jolly and this daft film makes it easy! The Christmas Chronicles starts with a broken family that needs healing in time for Christmas Day. Squabbling siblings, Kate and Teddy stumble their way into the sleigh of Santa Claus (Kurt Russell), causing him to veer […]

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