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    Posted: March 18 2013 at 17:13
The Between Two Worlds progressive rock show, now in its third year and 120 somethingth show, is on every Monday evening from 8-11ish UK time, broadcast from Milton Keynes by host Kevin Slaymaker. The show features many unusual bands, great music and also plenty of trivia. You can listen in by going to http://www.crmk.co.uk/listen and you can also join Kevin and his listeners in the chatroom at http://us11.chatzy.com/betweentwoworlds

There's about an hour left of tonight's show so you can catch it if you're quick. The theme tonight is "Space".
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The Between Two Worlds progressive rock show on Monday 25th March at www.crmk.co.uk from 8pm will be of biblical proportions as it will last just over 3 hours. This weeks theme is the Bible and will feature characters, places and general stuff from within it`s text. Music comes from Arena, Flower Kings, KC, Ark, Warhorse, Progeland, Jefferson Airplane, Jethro Tull, Genesis, The Inner Road, Goliath, Rachels Birthday, Ramases, UH, No Man, In Search For, Peter Gabriel, Bader Nana, The Enid, Kingfisher Sky, ELP, IOEarth, Times Up, Gracious and Neal Morse.

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http://www.crmk.co.uk/listen
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No show this evening as Kev is on holiday. He'll be back next Monday (8th) with a special show featuring one of the regular listeners - it's "The Man On The Street Who Loves Prog" show.
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On Monday 8th April from 8pm BST (7pm GMT) Malcolm Weinberg is the Man on the Street Who Loves Prog studio guest. Malcolm has chosen an excellent line up of bands that have infused him with a love of progressive rock music over the years. He will regale us with tales of why he likes these bands and I`m sure there`ll be a couple of anecdotes along the way. The music will cover 4 decades, the globe and will include some debut bands for B2W. Lots for us to look forward to so please do your best to support Malcolm on the MOTSWLP show.
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After last weeks Man on the Street Who Loves Prog edition of the Between Two Worlds progressive music show at www.crmk.co.uk we are back with a normal show this week from 8PM on Monday 15th April. There`ll be a couple of worthy birthday mentions and some crackingly good and diverse selection of prog rock for you to enjoy including music from Spocks Beard, Kaipa, The Flower Kings, Also Eden, Astra, The Room, Paidarion, Caravan, Paradigm Shift, Culpepers Orchard, Edgar Broughton, TImes Forgotten, Jonesy, X-Panda, Uriah Heep, IQ, Infinite Wisdom, FramePictures, The Pre Decimals, Pilgrym and Comedy of Errors.


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Thanks for the info. I live in Milton Keynes but had never heard of this before.
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The B2W progressive music show for Monday 22nd April.

Its that time of the week again when I indicate to all as to which bands are on my Between Two Worlds progressive music show on Monday 22nd April. As usual we have a fine mix of prog from acround the world, across the decades but not quite beyond and a cou[ple of debutants for B2W. There is a theme this week whereby all songs played will be linked, somewhat tenuously in places, to the previous song. So, the Journey Begins (long version)!! at 8pm UK time with The Minstrels Ghost and will continue (but not in this order) with Fatal Fusion, Eloy, Ayres Rock, Indukti, Camel, Moonwagon, Kevin Ayres, Bunchakeze, Colosseum, Arena, Man, Taylors Universe, Gong, Cathedral, Spring, Kevlar Red, Edenbridge, Wang Wen, Echo, Greenslade & Abbfinoosty. There is quite possibly a themed chance for some IQ, Corvus Stone and 8 Days in April at the end as the traditional B2W bonus songs. I'm sure you can spot some obvious links from this list and you would be right but to find out the rest then you'll need to log on and listen in.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote FatOldSun Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 29 2013 at 14:16
Hypnos 69 began the show, now playing are Eye 2 Eye, followed by Siddhartha, Lunakiss, After Crying, Overhead, Darkwater, Also Eden, Hybrid Ice, Jonesy, Mars Hollow, McLuhan, Crystal palace, Fatal Fusion, 7 Ocean,, Flash, Saens and Franck Carducci.
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Just starting now - from the DJ Kev Slaymaker:

Having had a week away from B2W I'm back with a Welsh special. Loosely based on my holiday to the land of the red dragon I'll be linking some Welsh folklore trivia concerning the Welsh dragon, the lady of the lake as well as Gelert the dog to progressive rock music as per B2W tradition. The landscape including Snowdonia, castles, bara brith, bridges, roads, coal, copper, slate and gold mining also get a mention along with the red kite, chough, farming and sheep! Lots to look forward to then and it all starts at 8pm UK time on Monday 3rd June at www.crmk.co.uk

If you want to join in any online chat then please log onto;

http://www.chatzy.com/BetweenTwoWorlds


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Monday 10th June 8pm till 11pm UK time sees the 135th Between Two Worlds progressive music show and if you log on and listen in tomorrow you will hear music from England, Scotland, USA, Romania, Turkey, France, Russia, India, Pakistan, New Zealand, Australia, Finland, Sweden and Denmark. Snafu, The Old Man and the Sea, Third Ending, Iris (Romania), String Driven Thing, Vulgar Unicorn and Spontaneous Combustion all make their debuts to go with Uriah Heep, Lyadrive, Wolfspring, Overload, Motherjane, Little Tragedies, Beardfish, Abbfinoosty, Spring, Asia Minor, Airlord, Easter Island, Lord of Mushrooms, Moonwagon, Nice Beaver, Jonesy and Solstice. A great evenings music to look forward to and you can carch it all at;

www.crmk.co.uk

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Just starting now...

This Mondays (17th) Between Two Worlds progressive music show at 8pm will have a slight 1970`s bias this week and feature Uriah Heep, Stray, Edgar Broughton, Ulysses, Pink Floyd, Aquarium, Utopia, Phideaux, PFM, Agents of Mercy, Fatal Fusion, Solstice, Argent, Camel, Jonesy, Here and Now, Also Eden, Jasper Wrath, Kansas, Crucible, Pain of Salvation and Uriah heep in that order!!
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At 8pm this evening the Between Two Worlds progressive music show will have an electrical theme. There will be a wide range of wonderful progressive sounds from around the world and from across the decades. 8 new bands will feature and there's some modern prog early on for Talby's birthday!!

The music; www.crmk.co.uk

The chat; http://www.chatzy.com/BetweenTwoWorlds

Between Two Worlds is what Monday evenings are for from 8pm !!!!!!!!!!!!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote FatOldSun Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 15 2013 at 14:03
Monday evening on the 15th July will see the 3rd anniversary of the Between Two Worlds progressive music show at www.crmk.co.uk from 8pm UK time. To celebrate we will be replaying the very first B2W with some added progressive goodies. So if you have ever wondered what bands and music made B2W first show then you know what you'll have to do.
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Tonight's Between Two Worlds is an introduction to progressive music show where we can hear a lot of bands, a few explanations and definitions of prog if that is possible and all with a little help from the show's regular listeners who have made up the playlist between them!! So stand by for an eclectic show featuring many classic prog bands, some relatively unknown bands, a couple of debut bands and a curve ball band. The chat room will be occupied if you fancy a chat and Kev`ll be trying to sort things out from the sauna that will be the studio. Hope to see you later.


Monday 22nd July from 8pm UK time at www.crmk.co.uk

To chat; http://www.chatzy.com/BetweenTwoWorlds
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Post Options Post Options   Quote FatOldSun Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 05 2013 at 13:57
This weeks show on Monday August 5th will be an all German affair as we explore some of its wonderful progressive music. There`ll be mostly obscurish bands with a few more well known thrown in for good measure and it will all be linked with the usual trivia.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote ProgDoomer Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 15 2013 at 22:54
How would I be able to submit my project's music for possible airplay in your show? My project's name is Subject to Thoughts. www.subjecttothoughts.com. Let me know. Mark
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Post Options Post Options   Quote FatOldSun Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 26 2013 at 14:02
Kev Slaymaker is back from his holidays in Devon and Somerset and all set for tonights Between Two Worlds show. I know its a bank holiday and Man U are playing on the TV but where would we be without music and if you wish to catch the show, or even part of it, then you'll need to log onto www.crmk.co.uk from 8pm until 11pm to hear some outstanding sounds that are all linked to our holiday? Bands on tonight's show include, Mostly Autumn, The Tangent, Hoggwash, Subsignal, Marillion, Syd Arthur, Skyclad, The Old Man and the Sea, Pendragon, Karnataka, IOEarth, Fairport Convention, The Strawbs and The Minstrels Ghost.
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Its that time of the week again when Between Two Worlds listeners get a preview of what to expect on Monday evenings show, so here we go!! With music from 15 countries including Slovenia, Venezuela, Romania and India as well as some of the more established prog countries it promises to be an eclectic mix of music that starts at 8pm UK time. B2W can be found at www.crmk.co.uk and the show has a Moon theme whereby all music, songs, albums or bands contain the word Moon which means that there will be the usual mix of info, facts and figures relating to all moon words used in the show. Hope to see you there.
PS; It should finish around 11pm as usual!!

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In less than an hour (starts at 8pm) the Between Two Worlds progressive music show at www.crmk.co.uk will be live online and working its way through music from 15 different countries. Once again there is a 'theme' running through the show which sees each of the 29 tracks start with the the drummer!
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Between Two Worlds 149 will be looking at Light and Dark things in this weeks themed show. We start off with our vdgg theme 1 theme tune at 8pm followed by the dark and light of a Thunder and Lightning storm. We'll then head off Into the Dark where we'll encounter Dark Souls, The Dark Age and Dark Matter before coming Out of the Darkness. At the Speed of Light we'll be saying Let There Be More Light through Artificial Light like those City Lights. However, we soon find that The Lights Have Changed to the Light of a Thousand Stars where Shimmering Lights such as the Northern Lights will have us Tripping the Light Fantastic before we go back Into the Dark to encounter the Darkside of The Darkest Hour. Darkwater then take us to pay Homage to the God of Light.

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