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On the net aims to provide links to the best of the web for Music, Film, Theatre, Television and News.

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Lyn Paul and David Jensen.

Lyn Paul
pictured with
David Jensen
after recording
From The Bottom
To The Top,

20th July 2006.

Lyn Paul at Radio Suffolk.

Lyn Paul
pictured at
Radio Suffolk,
13th March 2007.

Radio Links

Over the years Lyn Paul has been a guest on a long list of radio shows, giving interviews to DJs such as John Dunn, Brain Matthew, Simon Mayo, Pete Murray and Ed 'Stewpot' Stewart, occasionally taking part in studio discussions (Woman's Hour), and singing on music shows such as Bob Holness Requests The Pleasure (1992) and Vince Hill's Solid Gold Music Show (1993).

In 2006 Lyn was a guest on Capital Gold's From The Bottom To The Top, hosted by David Jensen, and on Friday Night Is Music Night, hosted by Aled Jones.

In 2007, while she was appearing at the Regent Theatre in Footloose The Musical, Lyn popped into the studios of BBC Radio Suffolk for a chat with DJ Nick Pandolfi.

Radio Stations

BBC • All stations
BBC Radio 2 (88-90.2 MHz FM)
BBC Radio 4 (92.4-94.6 MHz FM)
BBC Radio Five Live (693, 909 kHz MW)
Capital Gold (1548 kHz MW)
Heart (100.7 MHz FM)
Insanity Radio (103.2 MHz FM)
Magic (105.4 MHz FM)
More Than 40
NPR Radio network [USA]
Wythenshawe FM (97.2 MHz FM)

Radio Programmes

Friday Night Is Music Night
Woman's Hour

Disc Jockeys

John Dunn
Tony James
David Jensen
Simon Mayo
Pete Murray
Ed Stewart

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Who said that?


You see, wire telegraph is a kind of a very, very long cat. You pull his tail in New York and his head is meowing in Los Angeles ... And radio operates exactly the same way: you send signals here, they receive them there. The only difference is that there is no cat.
Albert Einstein

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