Wyatt Completes His 1,100 Mile Charity Bike Ride Supporting CALM #RoadtoRockstock
Wyatt has completed his mammoth 1,100 mile journey across the UK - ending at Planet Rockstock Festival in Porthcawl, South Wales. Wyatt's route has taken in 10 major cities across the UK - London, Nottingham, Sheffield, Leeds, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham - before arriving for Day 1 of Rockstock Festival on 2 December 2016.
Why? Because suicide is the biggest killer of men aged under 45 in the UK and The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) are trying to change that. Wyatt has already raised £60,000 and you can still donate by clicking on the Just Giving button. By donating to CALM you can make a significant difference.
Ozzy Osbourne talks to Wyatt about Black Sabbath’s farewell tour and more
Listen to the full interview with Ozzy, who talks of Black Sabbath's "The End" tour, which will include a headlining slot at Download Festival in 2016.
The Shortest Show On The Radio podcast
Every weekday at approximately 13:56 two worlds collide. Wyatt's daily show ends and Darren Redick's show begins - and for many Planet Rock listeners this is the highlight of the day. Planet Rock have launched a new podcast showcasing the Shortest Show On The Radio. You can listen to the podcast via:
The worst radio competition winner in history?
This is quite possibly the most underwhelmed competition winner ever ... The prize is a money can’t buy offer of a flight to Paris, piloted by Bruce Dickinson, to hear the new Iron Maiden album at an event hosted by Bruce and including an overnight stay in Paris. A dream prize for any rock fan ... but not this bloke. Listen to the unusual telephone conversation between Wyatt and the competition winner.
Gene Simmons Interview
Gene freestyles in one of his most frank interviews yet - discussing with Wyatt whether rock is dead and why rappers are the new rock stars. Plus Kiss’ long term plans for the future. Definitely not one to be missed!