- Adam Bomb to Tour UK
HONOURARY Scouser and lead guitarist Adam Bomb will be performing with his band on the Third World Roar 2004 Tour across the UK during January through March of 2004. Tour dates are as follows:-
THIRD WORLD ROAR 2004 UK TOUR
Jan 15th SWINDON The Queens Tap
Jan 16th PONTYPRIDD The District
Jan 17th CARDIFF The Point
Jan 18th NEWPORT TJ's
Jan 20th WORCESTER Marrs Bar
Jan 21st TAUNTON Rockers Live
Jan 22nd PLYMOUTH The Phoenix Tavern
Jan 23rd HORSHAM The Rock Asylum
Jan 24th LONDON The Underworld with Angle-Grinder Man ROUND 1
Jan 25th LONDON 12 Bar (acoustic show)
Jan 27th STOKE ON TRENT The Talbot Hotel
Jan 28th HEREFORD Manhattans
Jan 29th SHEFFIELD The Boardwalk
Jan 30th BRADFORD Rio
Jan 31st LIVERPOOL The Cavern
Feb 1st ASHTON UNDER LYNE Witchwood Live
Feb 2nd LIVERPOOL Barfly
Feb 3rd HOYLAND G &T'S
Feb 4th LINCOLN The Falcon
Feb 5th DONCASTER The Leopard
Feb 6th HULL The Springhead Pub
Feb 7th HARROW Rayners Live
Feb 8th SUTTON IN ASHFIELD The Diamond
Feb 9th YORK Fibbers
Feb 10th REDCAR Elgins Bar
Feb 11th HARTLEPOOL The Studio
Feb 12th SCARBOROUGH Murray's Music Bar
Feb 13th NEWCASTLE Trillian's
Feb 14th DUDLEY JB's St. Valentine's Day Massacre Show with Angle-Grinder Man ROUND 2
Feb 15th PETERBOROUGH The Metropolis Lounge
Feb 16th COLCHESTER The Soundhouse
Feb 17th LEICESTER The Musician
Feb 18th CATFORD The Green Man
Feb 19th SOUTHEND Riga's Music Bar
Feb 20th CROYDON Cartoon Club
Feb 21st HOVE Portland Rock Bar
Feb 22nd ASHFORD The Prince Albert
Feb 23rd IPSWICH Drum & Monkey
Feb 24th NORWICH Brickmakers Arms
Feb 25th SOUTHHAMPTON The Brook with Angle Grinder Man ROUND 3
Feb 26th POOLE Mr Kyps
Feb 27th PENZANCE Acorn Theater
Feb 28th ST. AUSTELL Band Club
Feb 29th NOTTINGHAM The Running Horse
March 1st SCUNTHORPE The Imp
March 2nd BOSTON Axe & Cleaver
- Local school one of 14 finalists across the UK
ST. EDWARD'S COLLEGE in Liverpool has been announced as a Schools Question Time Challenge finalist. Only 14 schools across the UK have reached the final stage and won a £500 cash grant from BT to stage a local School Question Time event.
Pupils from the winning schools will have the opportunity to become part of the production team producing a real BBC Question Time program for broadcast on BBC ONE in summer 2004.
The Challenge, which launched last November, invited schools to apply for a free education pack produced by BT in association with the Institute for Citizenship. Schools used the pack to help in the teaching of Citizenship for secondary school pupils and as a guide to create their own proposal for a Schools Question Time event.
St. Edward's College's proposal stood out from the crowd as the school will be approaching a high-profile panel for the event including the local playwright Willy Russell and Mike Storey, Leader of the City Council.
The event will provide an opportunity to discuss matters of local, national and international concern and allow pupils to be fully engaged in current affairs and topical issues. Debating such issues in a public setting will help pupils to understand the importance of developing arguments intelligibly and listening to the opinions of others.
Each of the 14 finalists announced today will now go on to make their proposed plans a reality with the help of a £500 BT grant. They will also receive professional support in staging their event from taking part in a Schools Question Time workshop on the 4 February, as well as receiving advice from members of the BBC editorial team.
The special edition programme will be broadcast in the regular time slot on BBC ONE in July 2004.
For more information log on to www.citizen.org.uk.