May 24, 2020
This week, Paul chats with school librarian and disco lover, Valerie Dewhurst.
First broadcast on Rossendale Radio 17.05.20
May 17, 2020
In this week's episode, Paul chats to Canadian performance poet Rose Condo about her work, being nominated for awards and her love of all thing Joss Whedon.
First broadcast on Rossendale Radio 10.05.20
May 5, 2020
This week Paul talks to young writers whose work has been selected to part of a new anthology, Poems For A Pandemic, along with the book's curator, Angela Marston.
First broadcast on Rossendale Radio 03.05.20
May 3, 2020
This week Paul talks to poet Neal Zetter about his children's poetry his love of punk and creating new superheroes and villains.
First broadcast on Rossendale Radio 26.04.20
April 24, 2020
This week Paul has the immense pleasure of talking with award winning children's writer Jo Cotterill about her early days in drama, why she loves writing for younger readers and the pleasures and pitfalls of writing new work for a beloved franchise.
First broadcast on Rossendale Radio 19.04.20
April 20, 2020
This week, whilst still maintaining social distancing, Paul talks award-winning professional poet, performer and educator Joshua Seigal
First broadcast on Rossendale Radio 12.04.20
April 12, 2020
This week on Waffle, Paul chats to teacher, writer and vegan restaurateur Laura Chepner
First broadcast on Rossendale Radio 05.04.20
April 6, 2020
This week, still interviewing via phone lines due to the Corona virus lock-down, Paul chats with Richard O'Neill about his writing, his love of music and being an advocate for Men's Health.
First broadcast on Rossendale Radio 104.7 FM on 29.03.20
March 29, 2020
This week Paul has the absolute pleasure of talking to fellow poet Dominic Berry about his work with children, being a Glastonbury poet in residence and how music and lyrics are some of his greatest inspirations.
First broadcast on Rossendale Radio 22.03.20
March 22, 2020
This week, Paul circumnavigates lockdown with a telephone interview with the Woolly Hat Poet and primary school teacher, Benjamin Guilfoyle. They discuss World Book Day, being creative whilst working in education and we hear some of his wonderful poetry.
First broadcast 15.03.20 on Rossendale Radio.