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The Calm and The Chaos

By on Mar 23, 2015 in Entertainment | 0 comments

Being awarded the Brit’s Critic Choice Award is a big thing! In the past Sam Smith, Adele and Ellie Goulding have all won it! Last year Sam released ‘In The Lonely Hour’ which has now had 1.2 Million downloads along with eight non-consecutive weeks at Number 1 in the album chart. But it is time for Sam to move over as we have a new boy in town, Brits Critic Choice 2015 winner was James Bay and he has a new album out today!   listen to ‘James Bay on Total Access’ on audioBoom   Already Hold Back The River and Scars has been released from the Calm and The Chaos album. But with these song titles, already I am ready to give protection to James so that he does not end up like these singers:   listen to ‘Celebrity Meltdowns’ on audioBoom   Instead, we want to see James calm and here at AudioBoom we have some techniques we think he should use…once...

Mind Body & Soul

By on Mar 22, 2015 in Staff Picks, Weekly Round Up | 0 comments

We’re sharing with you some of our best long listens this week!   We’ve got you covered from uncovering the theory of those curves to tips on staying motivated in your day to day lifestyle. Curve Theory Amanda Smith speaks on the evolutionary origins of the female curve.. listen to ‘Curve theory’ on audioBoom   The In-Love Experience So apparently the ‘in love’ experience only lasts 2 years, what do you think? listen to ‘The In-Love Experience’ on audioBoom “Who Am I?” Natural Healer Melissa shares 3 simple steps on how we can truly answer the million dollar question “Who am I?” listen to ‘Get the answer to “Who Am I” in 3 simple steps’ on audioBoom Motivation is the Key It’s never easy to stay motivaed but maybe this might help listen to ‘How To Stay Motivated ’ on audioBoom   For more Mind Body &...

World Poetry Day 2015

By on Mar 21, 2015 in Uncategorized | 1 comment

For centuries, poetry has been bringing together individuals and communities, to share common feelings, worries and questions about our world. Today, World Poetry Day, we celebrate this art form by listening to, reading, and even writing, poems both old and new from around the world. Classic FM Discover have shared some brilliant poems to honour the day, including a special one written by Alan Titchmarsh. Here are some of our favourites:   listen to ‘Alan Titchmarsh: The Wild Things’ on audioBoom   listen to ‘Wilfred Owen: The Soldier – read by John Suchet’ on audioBoom   listen to ‘Elizabeth Barrett Browning: How do I love thee? Let me count the ways’ on audioBoom   You can listen to more of these on the Classic FM Discover channel. However, World Poetry Day isn’t just a day for showcasing some of history’s best works. Poetry Magazine have read...

Live Premier League Blog

By on Mar 21, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

  1330 FT Liverpool 1 – 2 Manchester United (Gerrard sent off 46, Sturridge 68, Mata 14, 59) 1600 FT Hull 2 – 3 Chelsea 1600 FT QPR 1 – 2 Everton   Saturday 12:45 FT Manchester City 3 v 0 West Brom   15:00 FT Aston Villa 0 v 1 Swansea FT Newcastle 1 v 2 Arsenal FT Southampton 2 v 0 Burnley FT Stoke 1 v 2 Crystal Palace FT Tottenham 4 v 3 Leicester   17:00 FT West Ham 1 v 0 Sunderland     Share this...

Bonnie Tyler & Jaffa Cakes – How Britain Celebrates an Eclipse

By on Mar 20, 2015 in Current Affairs, Entertainment, News | 0 comments

Bits of Britain that weren’t covered in cloud have been putting on sunshades and getting out colanders to watch the solar eclipse. In ancient times, it would have been a moment of reflection over an awe-inspiring universe.   listen to ‘Cosmologist Dr Graham Smith from Birmingham University talks about the Solar Eclipse’ on audioBoom These aren’t ancient times anymore   You know where there was a total eclipse today? Bonnie Tyler's heart. https://t.co/ul1nbftyDp — Hurt&Anderson (@HURTandANDERSON) March 20, 2015   Like wolves crying out to the moon, the UK collectively seemed helpless against singing Bonnie Tyler’s “Total Eclipse of the Heart”   Bright sunshine here in Edinburgh this morning. *smug* Crescent sun viewed through pinhole camera. Soundtrack by Bonnie Tyler — Kat W (@katwhen) March 20, 2015...

International Day Of Happiness

By on Mar 20, 2015 in Entertainment, Music | 0 comments

It’s the international day of happiness. So first things first, put a massive grin on your face. Now hold it, you’ve got to be that happy all day. Need something to make you smile? Give this a whirl:   listen to ‘50 Shades of Train’ on audioBoom   If you need a theme tune for today, its got to be this.   Not feeling Pharrell? How about one of these:   listen to ‘Happy Remix’ on audioBoom   Today marks the third time of being happy one day a year with sixty organisations organised by the UN looking to social action to make people happy but how do we become as happy as this?     Remember:   “The Most Memorable People In Life” @10MillionMiler #friendship #love #quotes #leadership #quote RT @PentacleSun pic.twitter.com/YYQyibYz7g — Wright Thurston (@10MillionMiler) March 16, 2015  Try Listening to the Happy experts:   ...

The Game of Thrones #Budget2015

By on Mar 18, 2015 in News | 0 comments

If only the budget was as rousing as an episode of Game of Thrones. Hold the press – now it is. The budget today ended with a particularly blazing speech calling Britain the “comeback country”.   listen to ‘#Budget2015 “Britain The Comeback Country”’ on audioBoom   But in response to his triumphant tone Labour, the Greens and UKIP all criticised Mr Osborne’s jubilation. They say the ‘media bubble’ at Westminster will not pierce the minds of real working people who will be unclear on how this budget helps them. As Game Of Thrones returns to the TV screens this week and is one of the Prime Minister’s favourite TV shows…   listen to ‘Who is David Cameron’s Favourite Game of Thrones Character?’ on audioBoom   …We’ve investigated how Game of Throne’s characters will fair after the...

#Budget2015 – Live News and Analysis

By on Mar 18, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

It’s George Osborne’s last budget before the General Election. How will he use it to break the polling deadlock between the Conservatives and Labour? We’ll bring you the speech as it happens, along with the very best news and analysis.   And we’ve got cameras on Larry the Downing Street cat…   Share this...