8 hours ago

Coming up on 7th March, interview with Dame Laura Lee, CEO Maggie’s Cancer Centres on Derek & Steve's Sunday Show.

11 hours ago

HUW JANUS at 5pm
It's A London Thing

Join Huw Janus from 5pm playing a selection of brilliant songs inspired by London.

There are thousands of songs about London. Of course there are: musicians and ... See more

14 hours ago

CORINNA at 2.30pm
Away With The Fairies

In this week's show, you’re going to be spending the whole week with Away with the Fairies. Chase away those Monday feels with songs that take you right ... See more

2 days ago

BARON DENDEN - Midnight till 2am

Going to be exploring summer party vibes tonight. Baron DenDen, Washed Up Has Been, relives the glory days on-air, midnight till 2am on Incapable Staircase.

2 days ago
Photos from Incapable Staircase's post

It is almost Sunday again which means it is time for 'The Sunday Show’ with Derek & Steve. This week they are in conversation with Miriam Margolyes. Miriam is thoroughly lovely and very honest, ... See more

2 days ago

BISCO at 6pm
Disco Biscuits & Gravy

Retreat to Cornwall's Forgotten Corner with @bisceeezy for the rugby come down.

Winning sounds from Nérija, Sonzeria, Toshio Matsuura Group, Anchorsong, and ... See more

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Bisco is an educator and a maker. Once a poor man’s pirate in the Bristol Channel, Bisco now resides on the line between land and sea, on the coast of south east Cornwall making pots. Finding his way in life by spinning yarns and dancing a merry dance, Woodwose #21 weaves journeys towards the horizon.
Embracing great company and perfect solitude in equal measure, saying yes to something you’re not sure you can do has become his leading mantra. As well as just getting on with it.


Saturdays @ 6.00PM
Disco Biscuits & Gravy aims to deliver a fresh breath of global beats and rich gravy rhythms on a Saturday evening.
Pick up your berimbau and jenga


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A blog about BISCO things

Inspired by others and with a frivolous attachment to smashing through puddles, I find myself out on the trails.


Running. Moving. Open moors.


The British weather makes this outdoors a belter.


And different again by Sunday.


Within half an hour, soaked through, tumbling over tree roots and wiping all sorts from my face.


Take a left.


The brambles scratch the shins and water rolls out of the shoe.




Breathe it in, and get it; that’s the order.


I can see the sea.



MDS 2012
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