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The Kim Wilde Request Show (magic 105.4) (UK-Sunday 26th April 2015)

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Win a pair of tickets to the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show here : magic.co.uk

Listen to The Kim Wilde Request Show on magic 105.4 every Sunday between 10am and 1pm (UK hour).

Today, Kim started her programme with We are family by Sister Sledge, Valerie by Mark Ronson (feat. Amy Winehouse) and later played various songs like Let the music play by Barry White, Song bird by Eva Cassidy, Beat it by Michael Jackson, The one by Kodaline, You’re so vain by Carly Simon, Rule the world by Take That, Return to sender by Elvis Presley, Simply the best by Tina Turner, Native New Yorker by Odyssey, The living years by Mike & The Mechanics Stars by Simply Red…

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Don’t forget to let Kim know what you would like to hear and why for the next Kim Wilde Request Show by filling this form (click on the picture below) :

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kim Wilde 2015 : all about Kim Wilde !

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Lifeline (BBC1)(UK-Sunday 19th April 2015) :

Please support this programme, here are the ways to donate:

Online: bbc.co.uk/lifeline

Phone: 0800 011 011 (Calls are free from most landlines. Some networks and mobile operators will charge for these calls)

BBC donation lines open mid-day on April 16 until May 14.

TEXT: You can also donate £10 by texting DONATE to 70121. Texts cost £10 plus your standard network message charge and the whole £10 goes to the Thrive. Full terms and conditions can be found at bbc.co.uk/lifeline.

POST: Please make your cheque payable to Thrive and send it to: Freepost

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Lifeline (BBC1)(UK-Sunday 19th April 2015) :

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Singer and gardener Kim Wilde fronts TV appeal in aid of Thrive.

Kim said: “I really believe in the benefits of being outdoors in a living, breathing garden. That’s why I think the work of Thrive is so important.”

Watch an excerpt here :

Watch the whole show here : bbc.co.uk/iplayer

 

The Kim Wilde Request Show (magic 105.4) (UK-Sunday 19th April 2015)

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Win a pair of tickets to the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show here : magic.co.uk

Listen to The Kim Wilde Request Show on magic 105.4 every Sunday between 10am and 1pm (UK hour).

Today, Kim started her programme with It started with a kiss by Hot Chocolate, Staying alive by The Bee Gees and later played various songs like Beggin by Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, All of me by John Legend, Love is a stranger by Eurythmics, These days by Take That, The name of the game by ABBA, I’m outta love by Anastacia, You’re the inspiration by Chicago, Don’t stop by Fleetwood Mac, When I was your man by Bruno Mars, Stars by Simply Red…

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Don’t forget to let Kim know what you would like to hear and why for the next Kim Wilde Request Show by filling this form (click on the picture below) :

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Lifeline (BBC1)(UK-Sunday 19th April 2015) :

Today at 2pm on BBC1 !! Don’t miss it !!

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Ways to donate:

Online: bbc.co.uk/lifeline

Phone: 0800 011 011 (Calls are free from most landlines. Some networks and mobile operators will charge for these calls)

BBC donation lines open mid-day on April 16 until May 14.

TEXT: You can also donate £10 by texting DONATE to 70121. Texts cost £10 plus your standard network message charge and the whole £10 goes to the Thrive. Full terms and conditions can be found at bbc.co.uk/lifeline.

POST: Please make your cheque payable to Thrive and send it to: Freepost

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Please make sure you write ‘Thrive’ on the back of the envelope.

If you want Thrive to claim Gift Aid, please include an email or postal address so that they can send you a Gift Aid form.

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For 80s pop star Kim Wilde, her roller-coaster career in the music industry started to take its toll on her mental health. She credits gardening and horticulture with helping her find balance in her life and regain her confidence.

Kim now wants more people to realise the powerful benefits gardening can have and has launched a charity TV appeal with the BBC to raise the awareness of Thrive. Thrive uses gardening to bring about positive changes in the lives of people who are living with disabilities or ill health, or those who are isolated, disadvantaged or vulnerable.

Kim says “I really believe in the benefits of being outdoors in a living, breathing garden. That’s why I think the work of Thrive is so important.

When I was 30 I was enjoying a successful music career, with platinum records and a European tour with Michael Jackson under my belt. I decided the time was right to lay down some roots and I moved into a 16th century barn that I renovated and treasured. To the outside world all seemed wonderful, but I was always plagued with anxiety and it badly affected my mental health.

One in four of us will experience issues with our mental health. Gardening really can help. It has been great therapy for me and can help people get back on top of things and restore balance when it feels like life is veering out of control.”

Improving good health and wellbeing is at the heart of the work of Thrive, a national charity with gardens in Reading, London, Birmingham and Gateshead, and the breadth of their work is inspiring.

Using gardening to help people in this way is known as social and therapeutic horticulture, and there are many benefits; for example, the chance for people to learn and develop new skills in gardening and growing food. This knowledge leads to an increase in confidence and self-esteem, and for some people, like Trevor who features in the film, it can be a chance to achieve a formal qualification and employment in horticulture.

Gardening can make you fitter and healthier – Thrive’s Patron Sir Richard Thompson, former President of the Royal College of Physicians, advocates this.

“I am so impressed by the work of Thrive and hope you can support this Lifeline Appeal so they can continue to use gardening and horticulture to help vulnerable people feel better and gain valuable life skills.”

Kim Wilde is Patron of horticultural social enterprise “Waste not want not” in Hertfordshire : wastenotwantnot

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Thrive is the leading charity in the UK that uses gardening to bring about positive changes in the lives of people who are living with disabilities or ill health, or are isolated, disadvantaged and vulnerable. This is known as social and therapeutic horticulture.

With four regional centres in England, Thrive inspires and encourages people it helps focusing on what they can do, not on what they can’t.

Gardeners at Thrive are on a journey and the charity helps them move on and make improvements in their lives.

Thrive works with a wide range of people. People who have injuries from accidents; people with a learning impairment; people with a mental illness; people with a physical impairment such as sight or hearing loss; people with age-related conditions such as dementia, heart problems, diabetes or stroke; young people who have social, emotional or behavioural difficulties and people who have ill health after leaving the armed forces.

Thrive also carries out research in social and therapeutic horticulture and has bought together a lot of evidence to show how gardening brings about great changes. To spread this knowledge, Thrive runs training courses for anyone interested in using horticulture to help themselves, and others, improve health and well-being.

With your support, Thrive can help more people. It can expand its activities at its four centres in Reading, London, Birmingham and Gateshead and reach out to more people experiencing social isolation or vulnerability.

Thank you for your donation. Information : thrive.org.uk

Read more : bbc.co.uk

Alain Souchon et Laurent Voulzy(FR3)(Fr-Friday 17th April 2015) :

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In that special documentary about French singers Alain Souchon and Laurent Voulzy, directed by Mireille Dumas and originally brodcast on French TV channel FR3 on Monday 30th March 2015, Laurent Voulzy explained how the song Les nuits sans Kim Wilde happened. He also declared that Kim Wilde first didn’t understand why somebody could write a song about her but finally accepted to sing on the song and to feature in the video. Excerpts of Grande Premiere and the promo video with Kim Wilde, plus part of an interview of Laurent voulzy for “La vie à pleines dents” were shown :

Promo video for Les nuits sans Kim Wilde :

Happy Birthday Marty Wilde ! (UK-Wednesday 15th April 2015) :

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(Kim Wilde & her father Marty Wilde, photo taken by Scarlett Wilde)

Marty Wilde (born Reginald Leonard Smith, 15th April 1939) is an English singer and songwriter. He was among the first generation of British pop stars to emulate American rock and roll, and is the father of pop singers Ricky, Kim and Roxanne Wilde.

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Biography :

Marty Wilde was born as Reginald Leonard Smith on 15th April 1939 in Blackheath, London (UK). After playing briefly in a skiffle group, this UK rock ‘n’ roll singer secured a residency at London’s Condor Club under the name Reg Patterson. He was spotted by songwriter Lionel Bart, who subsequently informed entrepreneur Larry Parnes. The starmaker was keen to sign the singer and rapidly took over his career. Reg Smith henceforth became Marty Wilde. His first name was coined from the sentimental film Marty, while the surname was meant to emphasize the wilder side of Smith’s nature. Parnes next arranged a recording contract with Philips Records, but Wilde’s initial singles, including a reading of Jimmie Rodgers’ Honeycomb, failed to chart. Nevertheless, Wilde was promoted vigorously and appeared frequently on BBC Television’s pop music programme 6.5 Special. Extensive media coverage culminated with a hit recording of Jody Reynolds’ alluringly morbid Endless Sleep in 1957.

Soon afterwards, Parnes persuaded the influential producer Jack Good to make Wilde the resident star of his new television programme Oh Boy!. The arrangement worked well for Wilde until Good objected to his single ‘Misery’s Child’ and vetoed the song. Worse followed when Good effectively replaced Wilde with a new singing star, Cliff Richard. Before long, Richard had taken Wilde’s mantle as the UK’s premier teen-idol and was enjoying consistent hits. Wilde, meanwhile, was gradually changing his image. After considerable success with such songs as Donna, Teenager In Love, Sea Of Love and his own composition Bad Boy, he veered away from rock ‘n’ roll. His marriage to Joyce Baker of the Vernons Girls was considered a bad career move at the time, and partly contributed to Wilde’s announcement that he would henceforth be specializing in classy, Frank Sinatra -style ballads. For several months he hosted a new pop show, Boy Meets Girls, and later starred in the West End production of Bye Bye Birdie. Although Parnes was intent on promoting Wilde as an actor, the star was resistant to such a move. His last major success was with a lacklustre version of Bobby Vee’s Rubber Ball in 1961.

Later in the decade he recorded for several labels, including a stint as the Wilde Three with his wife Joyce, and future Moody Blues vocalist Justin Hayward. Wilde enjoyed considerable radio play and was unfortunate not to enjoy a belated hit with the catchy Abergavenny in 1969. He also found some success as the writer of hits such as Status Quo’s Ice In The Sun. By the 70s, Wilde was managing his son Ricky, who was briefly promoted as Britain’s answer to Little Jimmy Osmond. Ricky later achieved success as a songwriter for his sister, Kim Wilde. In 1994, Marty Wilde appeared at London’s Royal Albert Hall with Brenda Lee, Joe Brown, Eden Kane and John Leyton in the nostalgic Solid Gold Rock ‘N’ Roll Show. In the following year he presented Coffee Bar Kids, a BBC Radio 2 documentary programme that examined the origins of rock ‘n’ roll in the UK. In the new millennium he was still regularly performing at nostalgia concerts.

(Source: The Encyclopedia of Popular Music by Colin Larkin. Licensed from Muze.)

Official Marty Wilde website : martywilde.com

Teenager in love :

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Kim Wilde Live in Paris – Trianon (Fr-4th October 2012) :

It’s alright + Chequered love :

 

The Kim Wilde Request Show (magic 105.4) (UK-Sunday 12th April 2015)

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Listen to The Kim Wilde Request Show on magic 105.4 every Sunday between 10am and 1pm (UK hour).

Happy Easter !! Today, Kim started her programme with Thriller by Michael Jackson, Haven’t met you yet by Michael Bublé and later played various songs like Because the night by Patti Smith, You came by Kim Wilde, So strong by Labi Siffre, Hold back the river by James Bay, Sweet Carolyne by Neil Diamond, Can’t get you of my head by Kylie Minogue, You’re the inspiration by Chicago, Dub be good to me by Beats International, When you’re in love with a beautiful woman by Dr. Hook…

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Don’t forget to let Kim know what you would like to hear and why for the next Kim Wilde Request Show by filling this form (click on the picture below) :

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Kim Wilde Live in Denmark (DK-Saturday 11th April 2015) :

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Kim Wilde & her band performed live in Denmark at the Naestved Hallen on Saturday 11th April 2015.

Setlist : 1)Chequered Love-2)View From A Bridge-3)Cambodia-4)Anyplace, Anywhere, Anytime-5)Never Trust A Stranger-6)A Little Respect-7)The Second Time-8)I’ll Stand By You-9)Wonderful Life-10)Words Fell Down-11)To France-12)Forever Young-13)You Came-14)You Keep Me Hangin’ On. Encore : 15)Poison-16)Kids In America.

a review about it : sn.dk/Naestved

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Pro Lanscaper Magazine (UK-Wednesday 8th April 2015) :

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Singer and gardener Kim Wilde fronts TV appeal in aid of Thrive

(by Iszara Morgan)

For 80s pop star Kim Wilde, the roller-coaster of a career in the music industry career had started to take its toll on her mental health. She credits gardening with helping her find balance in her life and regain confidence.

Kim now wants more people to realise the powerful benefits gardening can have and will be hosting April’s BBC Lifeline Appeal on behalf of the charity Thrive, which uses gardening to bring about positive changes in the lives of people who are living with disabilities or ill health, or those who are isolated, disadvantaged or vulnerable.

“I really believe in the benefits of being outdoors in a living, breathing garden. That’s why I think the work of Thrive is so important,” said Kim.

“When I was 30 I was enjoying a successful music career, with platinum records and a European tour with Michael Jackson under my belt. I decided the time was right to lay down some roots and I moved into a 16th century barn that I renovated and treasured. To the outside world all seemed wonderful, but I was always plagued with anxiety and it badly affected my mental health.

“One in four of us will experience issues with our mental health. Gardening really can help. It has been great therapy for me and can help people get back on top of things and restore balance when it feels like life is veering out of control.”

Improving good health and wellbeing is at the heart of the work of Thrive, a national charity with gardens in Reading, London, Birmingham and Gateshead, and the breadth of their work is incredible.

Using gardening to help people in this way is known as social and therapeutic horticulture, and there are many benefits….for example, the chance for people to learn and develop new skills in gardening and growing food. This knowledge leads to an increase in confidence and self-esteem and for some, the chance, like Trevor who features in the BBC appeal, to take a qualification in horticulture.

Gardening can also make you fitter and healthier – Thrive’s Patron Sir Richard Thompson, former President of the Royal College of Physicians, advocates this.

Thrive works with a wide range of people. People who have injuries from accidents; people with a learning impairment; people with a mental illness; people with a physical impairment such as sight or hearing loss; people with age-related conditions such as dementia, heart problems, diabetes or stroke; young people who have social, emotional or behavioural difficulties and people who have ill health after leaving the armed forces.

Thrive also carries out research in social and therapeutic horticulture and has bought together a lot of evidence to show how gardening brings about great changes. To spread this knowledge, Thrive runs training courses for anyone interested in using horticulture to help themselves, and others, improve health and wellbeing.

Kim, who is Patron of a horticultural social enterprise called Waste Not Want Not, near her home in Hertfordshire, added: “I am so impressed by the work of Thrive and hope you can support this Lifeline Appeal so they can continue to use gardening and horticulture to help vulnerable people feel better and gain valuable life skills.”

Thrive’s BBC Lifeline Appeal also features the stories of Mel Porter and Trevor Burke and will air on Sunday April 19 at 2pm on BBC 1. It will be repeated on Wednesday April 22 at 11.50am on BBC 2.

Read more : bbc.co.uk

The programme is available to watch on the BBC website shortly after broadcast on April 19 www.bbc.co.uk/lifeline

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Ways to donate:

Online: bbc.co.uk/lifeline

Phone: 0800 011 011 (Calls are free from most landlines. Some networks and mobile operators will charge for these calls)

BBC donation lines open mid-day on April 16 until May 14.

TEXT: You can also donate £10 by texting DONATE to 70121. Texts cost £10 plus your standard network message charge and the whole £10 goes to the Thrive. Full terms and conditions can be found at bbc.co.uk/lifeline.

POST: Please make your cheque payable to Thrive and send it to: Freepost

BBC Lifeline Appeal

Please make sure you write ‘Thrive’ on the back of the envelope.

If you want Thrive to claim Gift Aid, please include an email or postal address so that they can send you a Gift Aid form.

Kim Wilde’s Number ones of the 80s (magic 105.4)(UK-Monday 6th April 2015) :

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On Easter Monday, Kim Wilde introduced a two hour Special 80s programme on the UK radio magic 105.4 between 10am and 12am.

The playlist was : 1)Atomic by Blondie-2)Every little thing she does is magic by The Police-3)Fame by Irene Cara-4)99 red balloons by Nena-5) True by Spandau Ballet-6)There must be an angel by Eurythmics-7)The sun always shines on TV by a-ha-8)It’s a sin by The Pet Shop Boys-9)I think we’re alone now by Tiffany-10)Too many broken hearts by Jason Donovan -11)Feels like I’m in love by Kelly Marie-12)Make up your mind by Aurra-13)Come on Eileen by Dexy’s Midnight Runners-14)Careless Whisper by George Michael-15)First time by Robin Beck-16)Easy lover by Philip Bailey & Phil Colins-17)Don’t leave me this way by The Communards-18)I wanna dance with somebody by Whitney Houston-19)I owe you nothing by Bros-20)The only way is up by Yazz-21)Do you really want to hurt me by Culture Club-22)One day in your life by Michael Jackson-23)Perfect by Fairground Attraction-24)Red red wine by UB40-25)The reflex by Duran Duran.

If you missed it, listen to it again by clicking on the magic logo below :

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Magic 80′s (UK-Monday 6th April 2015) :

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Kim Wilde will be presenting tomorrow a special 80s radio programme on magic 105.4 (UK) from 10am.

Trailer :

 

The Kim Wilde Request Show (magic 105.4) (UK-Sunday 5th April 2015)

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Listen to The Kim Wilde Request Show on magic 105.4 every Sunday between 10am and 1pm (UK hour).

Happy Easter !! Today, Kim started her programme with Kingston town by UB40, Back to black by Amy Winehouse and later played various songs like Blame it on the boogie by The Jacksons Five, Happy Birthday by Stevie Wonder, There must be an angel by Eurythmics, How long by Ace, Need you now by Lady Antebelum, Songbird by Eva Cassidy, Pray by Take That, Up on the roof by The Drifters, A little less conversation by Elvis Presley versus JXL…

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Don’t forget to let Kim know what you would like to hear and why for the next Kim Wilde Request Show by filling this form (click on the picture below) :

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Die Kim Wilde 80er Show (RPR1)(Ger-Thursday 2nd April 2015) :

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Since November 2013, Kim Wilde has presented her 80′s radio programme on German radio RPR1 from Monday to Thursday between 19h00 and 20h00. Listen to it live here : rpr1.de

Her playlist for today was : 1)More than this by Roxy Music-2)A kind of magic by Queen-3)Shattered dreams by Johnny Hates Jazz-4)New sensation by INXS-5)You’re the inspiration by Chicago-6)Poison arrow by ABC-7)Maniac by Michael Sembello-8)Looking for clues by Robert Palmer-9)Wonderful life by Black-10)Too shy by Kajagoogoo-11)Homely girl by UB40-12)Club tropicanna by Wham-13)Higher love by Steve Winwood-14)Wishing (if I had a photograph of you) by A Flock Of Seagulls. At the end of her 80er Show Kim gave a preview of the songs she would play on the next Show.If you missed it, listen to it here :

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Sign up your radio station for The Kim Wilde 80s Show here : thekimwilde80sshow.com

The Kim Wilde Request Show (magic 105.4) (UK-Sunday 30th March 2015)

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Listen to The Kim Wilde Request Show on magic 105.4 every Sunday between 10am and 1pm (UK hour).

Today, Kim started her programme with Never forget by Take That, Let the music play by Barry White and later played various songs like Rollin’ in the deep by Adele, Let’s stay together by Al Green, I got my mind set on you by George Harisson, How will I know by Jimmy Jac Man, Black eyed boy by Texas, Get down Saturday night by Oliver Cheatham, Lady by Kenny Rogers, Rhinestone Cowboy by Glen Campbell, Linger by The Cranberries, Only when you leave by Spandau Ballet, Forget you by Cee Low Green…

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Don’t forget to let Kim know what you would like to hear and why for the next Kim Wilde Request Show by filling this form (click on the picture below) :

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The Kim Wilde 80s Show (Retro FM)(Estonia-Saturday 28th March 2015) :

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Estonian Kim Wilde fans can listen to the Kim Wilde 80s Show on the Estonian radio RETRO FM every Saturday and Sunday between 10 and 12am or 8 and 10am (UK hour) and the same radio programme is brodcast again on Monday and Tuesday between 19h00 and 21h00 or 5 and 7 pm (UK Hour). Information here : retrofm.ee

Listen to it live here : kuula.retrofm.ee

Read an article about its launching here : elu24.postimees.ee

Kim Wilde’s playlist for today :

part 1 : 1)Everywhere by Fleetwood Mac-2)Never too much by Luther Vandros-3)People are people by Depeche Mode-4)I got you babe by UB40 & Chrissie Hynde-5)Vienna by Ultravox-6)Right here waiting by Richard Marx-7)The final countdown by Europe-8)Part time lover by Stevie Wonder-9)Another step (closer to you) by Kim Wilde & Junior-10)New Year’s day by U2-11)What is love ? by Howard Jones-12)It’s raining men by The Weather Girls-13)We built this city by Starship.

part 2 : 14)Turn back time by Cher-15)Sweet dreams by Eurythmics-16)1999 by Prince-17)Owner of a lonely heart by Yes-18)Just the two of us by Bill Withers-19)You can call me Al by Paul Simon-20)Brass in pocket by The Pretenders-21)Heaven is a place on Earth by Belinda Carlisle-22)Never give up on a good thing by George Benson-23)Shake the discease by Depeche Mode-24)De do do do, de da da da da by The Police-25)I got my mind set on you by George Harisson-26)Poison by Alice Cooper.

If you missed it listen to it again here :

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Sign up your radio station for The Kim Wilde 80s Show here : thekimwilde80sshow.com

 

Buterfly World Music Meadow (UK-Friday 27th March 2015) :

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Today, Kim Wilde opened the new Butterfly World Music meadow at Chiswell Green (Herts) at 10.30 am on Friday 27 th March 2015. More information here : butterflyworld

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A video of the opening :

Lifeline filming (UK-Thursday 25th March 2015) :

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Kim Wilde will feature in the BBC1 Charity Appeal TV programme called “Lifeline” which will be brodcast on Sunday 19th April 2015 in partnership with the UK charity organisation Thrive. Thrive is the leading charity in the UK that uses gardening to bring about positive changes in the lives of people who are living with disabilities or ill health, or are isolated, disadvantaged or vulnerable. This process is known as social and therapeutic horticulture. Read more about it here : thrive.org.uk

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Les infos (TLV) (Belgium-Monday 23rd March 2015) :

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A TV news report about Kim Wilde’s performance at the Belzik’ Festival on Friday 20th March 2015. This report included an interview of Kim as well as live parts for Chequered love, View from a bridge and Never trust a stranger :

Classic Meets Pop (Poland-Saturday 21st March 2015) :

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Kim Wilde & her band performed at the musical event “Classic Meets Pop” along with Katie Melua, Level 42, John Miles… at the Atlas Arena in Todz on Saturday 21st March 2015. Setlist : 1)You came-2)Cambodia-3)Kids in America. Encore : Hey Jude (with other artists).

A review about it with photos here : plasterlodzki.pl

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In the afternoon, Kim Wilde sent this photo via twitter with the following message : “Show sounding amazing backstage @nightoftheproms #lovemyjob

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Hey Jude :

Cambodia :

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Kids in America :

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Bel’Zik Festival (Belgium-Friday 20th March 2015) :

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Kim Wilde & her band perfomed live at the Bel’Zik Festival at the Hall de criées in Herve (Belgium) on Friday 20th March 2015. Set list : 1)Chequered love-2)View from a bridge-3)To France-4)Anyplace, anywhere, anytime-5)Never trust a stanger-6)A little respect-7)The second time-8)Stand by you-9)Wonderful life-10)Words fell down-11)Cambodia-12)Forever young-13)You came-14)You keep me hangin’on. Encore : 15)Poison-16)Kids in America.

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More live photos and a review about Kim’s performance : lacapitale.be

An article about it : lavenir.net

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More live photos here : lavenir.net

Just before going on stage, Kim Wilde posted this selfie on twitter with the following message : “Back in the saddle, wish me luck !

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You came :

View from a bridge :

Wonderful life :

You keep me hangin’on :

 

Cambodia :

Poison :

Kids in America :

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