Whether you like great music or just well-written biography, the book Don’t Worry ‘Bout The Bear is a treat. It tells the story of Birmingham’s unassuming music powerhouse, Jim Simpson, the blues-loving jazzman who launched Black Sabbath on to an unsuspecting world (and the world is still unsure as to whether to thank him or […]
Author: Dave Lee
With Father’s Day only 2 weeks away, here are a few ideas for football fans of a Stoke City persuasion: PREMIER! Stoke City’s 10 Years in the Premier League by David Lee There’s a surprise! Yes, PREMIER! celebrates Stoke City’s 10 year adventure (& sometimes misadventure) in football’s Top Flight between 2008 and 2018. This […]
Nathan Jones comes out fighting after being grilled at the Middlesbrough press conference. “I’m not Harry Potter,” he admits to David Lee.
Although a great goalkeeper at the time, Gordon Banks would only really become the world-famous legend he is today in the years following the 1966 World Cup…
Pick up a signed copy of the new Stoke City book this Sunday: “PREMIER! Stoke City’s 10 Years In The Premier League” by David Lee …at a special book-signing event The Coachmaker’s Arms, Hanley. It’s this Sunday, 2-3pm, just a stone’s throw from the centre of Hanley. Two 6TR bods have got together for this […]
One of The Potteries’ greatest old pubs has a new landlord, & it’s someone 6 Towns Radio knows well! 6TR director Rob Ledgar has taken over The Coachmakers Arms in Hanley with his partner Debbie Clarke. And very much in 6TR style, he is wanting to use it to boost the local community spirit and promote […]
Stoke And I: The Nineties When I was told I would be writing a review of a brand new book by an esteemed writer about one of Stoke’s great decade I naturally thought they were talking about my new book! [Esteemed writer?! Uh? – Ed] But thankfully this is Trouserdog’s new book about the fall […]
His Stoke City international players return, & somehow Paul Lambert has to put them all together to beat Arsenal on Sunday. Any news on Mame Diouf, asks Dave Lee…?
Happy to have 2 clean sheets and be higher in the table, not worried about Bournemouth beating Chelsea, and thinks Berahino “Really knows where the goal is”. Hm…
Gone are the days when the players swanned off to Dubai. “I don’t think that’s ever going to be the case!” For the break in fixtures due to the early FA Cup exit, players have been put through their paces for the Watford game, one of their “15 cup finals”. SCFC Press conference, PL talking […]